40% of their workforce? I guess the worst part of this is that there are still ~6,750 more jobs to lose...
"The Columbia Engineering team wanted to discover what was making CVD [chemical vapor deposition] graphene so weak. In studying the processing techniques used to create their samples for testing, they found that the chemical most commonly used to remove the copper substrate also causes damage to the graphene, severely degrading its strength. Their experiments demonstrated that CVD graphene with large grains is exactly as strong as exfoliated graphene, showing that its crystal lattice is just as perfect. And, more surprisingly, their experiments also showed that CVD graphene with small grains, even when tested right at a grain boundary, is about 90% as strong as the ideal crystal."
What does this mean for the future of not just foldable displays and super long bridges, but of space tourism?"
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Did you really just say they should release a non-touchscreen version of the iPod touch?
You understand that that number is flawed, right? He only figures in the average lives of products that Google has killed. It's kind of like looking at all the people who died of heart attacks, finding out they lived to an average of 48 years old, and then telling the general population that, on average, they're going to die of a heart attack when they're 48 years old.
But please, jump on the anti-google circle jerk. It seems to be the thing to do at the moment.
Actually I don't think headers on either side get compressed.. so I'm probably totally wrong on this.
Fair enough. But then you turn on gzip compression and it drops to 1/7th of that...
Linking to "Canada's Best Satirical Newspaper". Really sir, an article stating "Cucumbers Cause Genital Baldness" didn't trigger your skepticism?
It's been 14 years since I did any graphics programming, and I was thinking back, "Yeah, I remember this being an issue back then."
The world is unfair in so many ways. I suppose it's not surprising that people forget that we can strive to make it better.
Honestly, I went the other way on this one.
Samsung has just had their product ruled demonstrably inferior by a court of law. Not exactly a marketing message they want celebrate.
Unless you've invented a device to transmit people's thoughts and intentions, then their words are all we have to go by.
Yeah, I'm over 40, and my father was a software guy before me (still working for Adobe).
I came here to say this. Language matters.
You have color graphics? I'm still using my monochrome 80 column card...