I though one of the common complaints of gamers was that the XBox 360 and PS3 were holding back development. If the XBox One has 8 GB, "ports" of Xbox One games will also be written to take advantage of more than 2 GB of memory.
However as the summary stated: "If they get cut, then layoffs might be next"
So very true. Look, soda, junk food, coffee? How much does any of that cost? A few bucks here and there? You are right, its nothing, you can afford all of that on your salary now if you want it right?
But.... flip it around....its really cheap. So why take it away? If the company is hurting for cash, ending soda and coffee is such a small change that its not going to actually help anything. If the company is THAT strapped.... its time to worry.
Even if you don't take advantage of it, I would be wary of a company that cuts ANY perk that doesn't cost them much. In fact, I would just be worried about them cutting any perk at all, because it really shows what their priorities are, and... a change in the priority of "be an attractive place to work to employees" is a serious red flag.
- 1) The Democrats couldn't pass a less odious measure in a Democratic-controlled Senate. Good luck passing that in a Republican-controlled House.
- 2) I'll happily put this on my own guns after the police have used it for five years on theirs, and have come to accept it as a reliable technology.
- 3) All in all, Congressman Tierney did this, in all likelihood, to help solidify his re-election next year. Since he got the press he wanted, I congratulate him now on his impending victory.
Tuner. It's tuner you illiterate tool.
No, it's 'tuna'.
Do not install Xbox One in the bedroom and/or avoid having sex in the same room as your Xbox One.
Which room does your Xbox One have sex in?
One Tool to "do" them all, and in the darkness * them.
What the hell is wrong with their numbering conventions? They went from Xbox 360 to Xbox 1? Are they starting all over again from version 1?
No, they just switched to a mod 360 versioning system.
If you have an XBox 360, why go with something 359 releases out of date?
Actually they use 8.491853096 bits to store the version number, so "One" is overflowese for "361".
(3 quatloos for whoever spots the problem with that first.)
I think the Vampires vs. Zombies genre is just now heating up.
I'll only watch if the main character is a popular dead president.
Maybe he'll be the vampire this time.
They're not proposing using this for longhaul - although, there are lots of longhaul microwave links. You design for the fade margin and availability you need taking into consideration the rain fade. No big deal. These issues are common to all microwave links.
The point of TFA, and the exciting thing about this technology is it provides a way to do last mile distribution potentially to homes, in a multi-gigbit class. If the manufacturing cost goes down, this does provide a interesting solution to the distribution problem for low-density areas.
Running fiber along main trunks isn't that expensive. Getting it off the main trunks to people's houses in the country makes it cost-prohibitive.
I agree but, isn't the opposite also true? Just because its tax doesn't mean its good either.
I applaud them for every dollar they save from the grubby hands of the warmongering, US government that gleefully cuts education before its murder machine. This country doesn't deserve loyal taxpayers. This country deserves to take on the population of greece so they can show us how to really avoid tax like champs.
If they sold something other than crappy walled gardens, this might make me want to buy their products.