It's almost as if you didn't look at the picture in the linked article.
It was never a "drone" (whatever the fuck than means any more).
Is there a human in it? No...then...
I think I see the problem: They didn't allow any burn-in time for the cables before doing the listening test - they just plugged them in and started listening as if that was going to sound correct.
A real listening test needs at least of couple of weeks for the atoms in the cable to settle down after moving/bending it in any way.
And don't forget that cables need to be burnt in for a month or so before they achieve full sound.
(Moving them or bending them in any way de-aligns the atoms and means another burn-in period...)
THIS! But testing Ethernet cables passing TCP is pointless anyway... Where is the Bit Error Rate specs here? Digital data is either correct at the bit level, or it's not...
It's almost as if you didn't read the article before posting that.
Hint: The problem perceived by audiophiles isn't caused by data errors.
How is this news? The iPhone 6 is already foldable, I remember seeing videos when it was launched.
It won't be the government that pushes people towards autonomous cars. It will be insurance companies.
No it won't. It will be the day people realize you can move down highways while surfing facebook and watching porn.
The day that happens you won't be able to sell an old manual-control car for more than about $50.
It's almost as you heard about gyroscopes but completely missed the bit where you can mount two in parallel (rotating in opposite directions) before you went on the Internet to let everybody know what an expert you are on gyroscopes.
FTA: "It's more expensive than NAND"
I have not done the sums, but I doubt that 1000x NAND's endurance is sufficient for also replacing DRAM.
No need to do any "math". DRAM is written millions of times per second, this would only last a few seconds as a PC's main data store.
13-year-olds are quite capable of making their own porn these days.
Using the cameras and networking hardware given to them by their own parents.
I don't think they're trying to stop a 12 y/o who is determined to see porn. Rather, they're trying to stop someone from clicking on a link that brings them to adult content without a warning. It seems reasonable to me,
Wrong. They're trying to get some more votes from one of their demographics.
Nothing he can legislate will reduce the amount of porn children have access to.
Is he going to shut them down in just the UK or in the whole world?
Nah, people are like dogs in this respect. They need a vertical surface.
Nikola Tesla is turning in his grave.