Limited in what way ? Buy now !
... the warehouse will only ever have 100 of these at any one time ... for ever
smallest precision attainable does not mean what you think it does. You meant highest precision attainable
DRM is simply an artificial barrier to entry. A good investment requires a company with a good product and a high barrier to entry. In the 80's they had it good. It was too hard to copy movies and songs. Then it started becoming easier and easier and now it is almost as easy as a click and watch, or click and listen any content. So they are trying to stuff the rabbit back in the hat after it has procreated. It is game over.
What is the armed guard there for ? Who cares if they pinch the hard drives. Prove to me that nobody has access to it by simply giving me the encryption keys. I want to know the data is inaccessible even if they are hosted by the NSA.
Hang on, I like the idea of windows on a bra. Finally they might get an upvote from me.
Yea but you can get many more digital signals with the energy of a single analogue signal. Which means with the energy of a degraded analogue signal you can still get a perfect digital signal. In the reverse case, by the time the digital signal is failing, had you had an analogue signal there you would be getting absolutely nothing.
Those two put out what they swallow. The undersea stuff
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The writing you could not decipher was Greek
... wooosh :-) I have a Nexus 5
This is not a fair comparison, the iPhone is twice the price.
There is a reason they publish this. To get these guys scared, and second guess and by extension save some children. This is a good thing, even if it was CGI and entrapment.
Well with smart meters accurate enough to tell when you are watching TV and what, Now with these sensors knowing what you are flushing down the toilet How about some environment monitors so they know what we exhale
Its getting pretty creepy
Effectively it makes more mines profitable creating jobs. Its the same counterintuitive thing that automation creates jobs, everybody else can go back to hunter gathering.
We need some real numbers. If there is only a 50% chance of being hit by a city shattering meteorite in the next 10,000 I don't think it is worth bothering. I know it will suck if it landed in my backyard or even my front porch, but it is not worth it. There are other things we should spend money on like super volcanoes or massive earth splitting earthquakes or even rogue killer bees that spread zombie viruses.