Servers can be run on virtualized IPs, like in the ten last years...
Shouldn't that be illegal?
The Insight and Prius are *not* pure electric vehicles. As for Ford, neither are the Escape and Fusion.
The Chevy Spark is new, but not the same class as the Tesla (smaller city car), but it's a start.
When they start building 100% electric Corollas, Civics or other mass-market cars, then maybe prices will go down.
Tech: 2 C64s (first model), 3 1541 and 1 1541-II. Logitech optical cordless desktop (mouse needs a new battery door, holding with tape). both NES consoles.
Appliances: My mom's old Panasonic Dimension 4 microwave/convection oven, my 1970 something fridge (still kicking)
AV: 1974 Marantz 2240, 1980s Alpine AL80 tape deck, old Sony turntable, 1970s Harman Kardon speakers. 2000s RCA 52" HD RPTV, 27" Trinitron CRT.
As a previous poster wrote, most things made before mid-eighties were built to last, not so for the newer stuff that has to be either replaced or repaired after only a couple years of use.
Ballmer works at Mercedes?
Tesla could do what Lexus did, and focus on customer service. Besides, they already have a head-start...
When big established manufacturers (Think Honda, Toyota, GM and Ford) build electric vehicles, prices are bound to come down. Even more so when patents on battery technologies expire / gas prices get higher. Until then, Hybrids are the best compromise.
Meanwhile, government agencies use the same exploit without any fear of retaliation (even buys them with your money)
No I don't want hybrid drives. I'm on my third year on my OCZ Agility2. In the same time 3 1TB spinning drives have developed bad sectors. I'll keep them separate...
(I like your controller idea, kinda similar to what Intel does on newer chipsets)
but the SSD will wipe the floor with the HDD. That's why you install one smallish SSD for OS and APPS, and a big HDD for data and such
Tape is far from dead...
Try one... Even the crappiest SSD will be much faster than a standard HDD. OS will be smoother, apps will load faster, swap will be faster.
Yup... Public mobile had everything unlimited for 35$/month, were bought by Telus, and guess what? no more unlimited and a pathetic data quota for 45$...
Did they lay new fiber, or stopped throttling because Netflix paid?
Reviving means repairing, replacing caps and other components. (which I haven't have to do on my Nintendos and C64s)
This is really turning out as another reddit forum