A sim is a hell of a lot cheaper than buying a race car, driving to the track, racing your car, potentially losing your car, fixing your car, getting new tires and brakes, etc.
And where exactly do these "magnets" go? Do you have to clamp those instead to your table? You are still clamping something down at the end of the day.
By fart of course, you mean, Fucking Art.
slashdot has been dead for a while.
I'll trade you my Prusa i3 for it!
The problem with a carrier like MetroPCS is the lack of reliable and fast data connections.
/. this is Charlie Demerjian, one of the biggest tech trolls out there. He has a personal vendetta against Nvidia, Microsoft, and Intel. Ignore the troll. They're called SEMIAccurate for a reason.
ha ha ha, now is the time for linux on the desktop!
Apple pretty much already manages Foxconn... All the processes are designed and supervised by Apple.
You mean like how a new FX-8150 just keeps up with an i7 920 that was released 4 years ago?
Yes, people are stupid for not liking things for the same reason I do.
Rivals? Hah, try exceeds by a significant margin. China as a whole is incredibly corrupt on a level beyond the western world.
Hey, guess what, they were banning users who were actually cheating, not just users who were using Linux.
But go on with your pathetic analogy.
I know how these things work, I'm a manufacturing engineer and program 5 axis machines on a daily basis. The work has to have significant constraints placed on it for it to work easily with a robotic system however. Frequently this is not possible.
The amount of capital outlay required to do something like that is immense. It's simply not cost effective except for certain product lines.