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These cards are advertised and sold as having 4gb of DDR5, but actually only have 3.5gb and then 0.5gb of slower stuff.
I don't think so. The only difference between a 970 and a 980 is that nVidia gimps the 970's GPU by 2 SMMs, which is 1/8 less than a 980. Strangely, 3.5GB is also 1/8 less than 4GB.
Trouble is, RS buys the phones at retail cost and loses money on every unit.
That's simply not true. Mobile phones have accounted for half or more of Radio Shack revenues since they started selling them years ago, and are basically what's kept Radio Shack afloat for so long.
So, Bitcoin wil be subject to volatility, like every other currency and precious metal in history, and that will cause troubles for the people who actually extract the stuff. Who (aside from anyone in the mining business) knew?
The problem with bitcoin is its volatility relative to other currencies. Combine purely speculative/thinly traded exchanges with a lack of an underlying economy of any note, and that's what you get.
The US sees only a small fraction of this issue (see also the town of Dearborn, MI) by comparison.
The US sees quite a bit of this issue, just not with Muslims.
$34M is puny even by Texas standards. Here in N.Y. that can't even buy an election.
I've got news for you, sonny...*New York* is puny by our standards. Yee Haw!!! [gunshots]
So if the dark matter would just get out of the way, we could see this new particle ALOT better, right?
(the above question pretty much sums up my knowledge on this subject)
I'm glad we didn't enter into a maunder minimum like folks were nervous about.
I, for one, was hoping for a *extended* Maunder Minimum. Because global warming and stuff.
Give us the real details that matter, like Terms of Service.
Sorry, downloading a document that size will put you over your data cap.
I don't see how a government takeover will enhance competition.
Can you point me to where in any of the linked articles this coalition is talking about takeovers? I've assumed that their goal was to offer a competing service to the telcos, not to takeover any existing telco service(s).