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Aren't such things illegal in Berkeley because of the Nuclear Free Berkeley Act (Chapter 12.90):
Forget this boring job, I'm driving to Baltimore with my camera phone tonight!
Okay, I've managed to get the monitor off my laptop (it must have been stuck; I had to pry it off). Can someone tell me how to re-attach it as portrait?
Per the Corning website:
"In lab tests, Gorilla Glass 4 withstood such drops up to 2X better than competitive glass designs."
from the PC Mag article:
"They found that Gorilla Glass 4 is up to two times tougher than competitive glass. The company said it survives drops up to 80 percent of the time."
Program odd fingers to unlock the phone, then offer up your thumb to unlock it. After three tries it fails and requires your passcode, rendering your data safe. Right?
Isn't a big iPad just a big iPad?
The big question is: strong enough to tether the space elevator?
Who else is ready for completely self-driving cars? Time for a Slashdot poll!
This is certainly how my cat handles invasive species...
Whoops, I meant '_lacking_ a hinge', not barring...
It might seem fussy, but I don't really think it is: the biggest trouble with MS's claim that the Surface can double as a laptop is how poorly it fits on your lap. Barring a keyboard hinge, you have to hike the thing in close so that you can use the stand on the back, which, for me, is too close (arms bent like I'm mocking a chicken). Also, it doesn't allow me to get the proper angle of the screen, plus the whole device is really wobbly.
I guess this doesn't matter if you never put your laptop in your lap, but if you do, there are far better keyboards available for the iPad.
I think the point it Sac is still vaguely local to SV/SF. If you needed to be there say, once a week, you could jump on the Capital Corridor Express. But it's far enough away that prices are significantly lower, and it already has a fair amount to offer as it houses our reasonably-to-well paid state government.