Do you think the BBC should have disregarded his transgressions as they did with Jimmy Savile?
Miracast is the name for the industry standard which Intel WiDi is part of.
If your TV can't nativly receive Miracast (TV manufacturers give it different names. e.g. Samsung Allshare Cast) you can buy a miracast receiver dongle.
That's the easy bit.
From browsing intel forums, it seems WiDI is mainly supported on ultrabooks which have all Intel components, including the wireless network adapter and display.
I see lots of retailers in my area using battery powered card readers that do transactions via the cell phone network. I expect they would work fine in a power outage as long as the cellular network was up.
You can save a lot of money if you can live without owning a car at all.
For me insurance, registration and licensing are fixed costs. I'm paying them just by owning a car at all.
Depreciation cost has an age component and at distance travelled component.
Oil, tires and other service items are incremental costs which are significant, but less than fuel cost.
I use a mixture of car, bicycle and public transport. I think my biggest saving is that I'm happy to keep and older model car. I know if I drove everywhere, I would be strongly tempted to buy a newer and more luxurious car.
The 1.0.0 and 0.9.8 version of openssl do not have support for TLS 1.1 or 1.2.
If you want to stick to using SSLV3 and TLS 1.0, good luck to you. Have you heard of the POODLE attack?
Keep the hard drives immersed in air and connected via the SAN
There is an even simpler measurement that correlates well with obesity risks - waist circumference.
No scales or body fat measuring devices are required, only a tape measure.
The old excuses like being "big boned" or having high muscle mass don't apply.
Don't focus on weight, which has many confounding factors. If your waistline decreases because you lose abdominal fat, you will be healthier.
some seriously uptight humourless strain of Aussie has arisen.
They have always been around. The word wowser comes to mind.
The vast majority of road wear is caused by heavy trucks. If you only consider road wear, trucks would be taxed at 100-1000 times the rate of cars. Somehow, I can't see that working politically.
That's a bad comparision.
The AMD FX-9590 ($260) is beaten by the i7 4790 CPU ($310).
The $1050 i7-5960X CPU doesn't have any competition, which is probably why Intel charges such a large premium. I couldn't justify the purchase of one, but some people have to have the best, regardless of the cost.
AMD cpus are only slightly cheaper than roughly equivalent Intel CPUs.
I think they are good value for multithreaded performance, but Intel still has the lead for single thread performance which is important to most desktop users.
I still don't know why AMD doesn't have a NUC/BRIX style platform. These are growing in popularity for media boxes and non-gamer desktops. They don't need the fastest or lowest power CPUs, just a middle of the road performance. I think AMD could compete quite will in this sector.
The complaint is on behalf of Asian-Americans, that is American citizens of asian race or ethnicity.
If the 1500 children of mainland Chinese billionaires are actually American citizens, they should not be discriminated against.
Classic Yes Prime Minister scene on survey rigging.
Determining the right metrics isn't easy. Repairs minus returns and complaints might be a better metric, but event that would be flawed, because a percentage of complaints and returns might be on a false premise. When metrics are emphasized they are usually gamed. Even discounting incompetency a tech might cherry-pick the easy repairs to increase the number. Relying on numbers without understanding of what those numbers mean is a recipe for failure in any industry.
Twitter isn't profitable. Therefore it's value is based on perception, i.e. the belief that it will someday become profitable.
I do agree that the title is misleading. If the earnings report had been release at the normal time the price would still have dropped. This happens all the time with stocks. There possibly was a stampede on this occasion, with people trying to sell quickly to beat the market.
The price is a reflection of supply vs demand. If the demand changes drastically, but the supply does not, expect the price to change as well.