Where is the Nexus 5 half the price? Everyone is selling the Nexus 5 for $350 with contract while the iPhone 5s is $200 with contract.
The Nexus 5 is $350 for the one with 16GB of space, $400 for the 32GB one, and that is with NO contract.
iPhone 5s is only $200 with a contact, if you want to buy it outright without a contract, it costs $650 for 16GB and $750 for 32 GB.
In other words, about 1/2 the price.
The more I'm going to have to pay for the privilege.
Pretty much false. I remember in the 90s a T1 costing ~$700 for the ISP, and ~$700 for the telco fees, and only giving 1.5 Mbps. Nowadays it is common for households to have 10x that speed down stream and roughly the same speed for upstream, for ~1/20th the cost.
I believe we will see most of the coverage tonight trying to paint the shooter as a supporter of one side or the other on this whole stalemate deal. Fact is, unless he managed to shoot a few legislators, it won't matter anyway who he sides with, since he's obvious nuts.
The way the story is worded, I'm suspicious that the woman in the car never fired a shot. That the only shots fired were from the police. But that is just speculation.
380 miles per second
.11c would be ~20491 miles per second, quite the difference indeed.
We've reached this point with some devices, but a screen isn't a high enough resolution until Anti-Aliasing isn't needed in any form.
Came here to say the same thing. I'm looking forward to the new 4K monitors finally starting to come out, which may spell the end for AA.
In case anyone was wondering what NT stood for
V +1 = W M + 1 = N S + 1 = T
I forget where I read it, but I recall NT standing for New Technology.
How are you using the phrase "cozy efficiency". Just wondering. Her own apartment?
I suspect efficiency is an American term meaning a small apartment.
..."They've also provided data dumps of the Bitcoin addresses involved" mean?
I'm not up on bitcoin minutia. If these d-bags were running miners, that means that they own the coins... their wallet. So, what addresses do they mean? Specific coin IDs?
Yes, they went to a wallet that the ESEA owned. In your wallet, you can setup numerous addresses that you can give to unique miners so you can see how many bitcoins specific miners are brining in. You can also just use a single address to have all of your bitcoins sent to. Either way, they'd all end up in the same wallet. As an example, here is the address I used when I first tried mining on a pool, you can use it to see how much I bothered to get from this specific pool.
It seems that Julian Assange is a hardcore Bitcoin fanboy... he spent about a third of his interview talking about it.
That said, if he took his own advice and invested heavily in Bitcoin back in 2011 when they were less than a $1 each, he'd be a wealthy guy right now.
Yes, you are very correct, at least as of May 13th 2012.
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