Guess I should state that I like it running Android. The others are running various versions of Windows...
Very happy with my Samsung 12.1 Galaxy Note Pro. But, they've discontinued it. Will Apple be the only offering this form factor? Or does it take them to legitimatize the 12" screen size?
I think you're on the right track. There's a methodology underway that has enough momentum that it's got it's own buzzword: SDN -- Software Defined Networking
it uses the very architecture you're suggesting: essentially a bunch of PCI cards working to form a network switching matrix.OpenFlow is a standardized communications interface for controlling systems like SDN. Interesting reading.
Didn't work for me. One of my raspberry pi parrot videos used a snippet from Elvis' Blue Christmas. Sony sent a takedown notice to Google and took it down. Two appeals resulted in a strike on my account due to "Copyright Infringement".
So much for "fair use". In light of this case, I wonder if I should put the video back up?
Why has it taken 18 MONTHS to start looking for another sponsor?
this is the article by Sean Gallagher that Corey references. IMO, it's the more interesting read...
The word you're looking for is B-A-C-K-L-A-S-H. I think backslash is an alternate universe of Slashdot...
This is EXACTLY the reason why I bought the S5, replacing my S3. I went into the Verizon store to plunk down the $575 (IIRC) for the S6 -- the S6 Edge looks like a gimmick. But:
1) No SDCard
2) No Replaceable battery
3) Not waterproof!!!!!!
I see that the quiet release of the S6 Active on AT&T fixes #3, if I want to be on AT&T. But, the first two are deal breakers in my book. I replaced the battery on my S3 and my son is happily using it today. Without the SDCard, one is forced to pay an extra $150 for 32GB of storage. If I wanted an iphone, I would have bought one.
I really like the S5. When it comes time to upgrade it in a year or so, I hope they've changed course and I can replace it with another Galaxy.
OK, sounds like uConnect is a trusted application? Who wrote uConnect? Seems like they're the ones' with some 'splainin' to do'...
I've been following this -- I thought -- pretty closely. There's a smoking gun. To answer the recall, they've got to actually do something. What's the "fix"? Yank out the radio? Does that fix it?
Seems to me that a lot of this stuff is going to get worse before it gets better due to "smart" features such as collision avoidance, remote start, an the like. There will likely be a management device with privileged access to the CAN bus. What measures are being put into to place to protect that trust?
Hoping to be able to follow them in my '68 Dodge Polara convertible. Is the sensor in the front or back? Want to make sure they get the full effect.
I love watching the gas gauge move down on acceleration!
"Let's show this prehistoric bitch how we do things downtown!" -- The Ghostbusters