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+ - SPAM: Eye Makeup

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Comment: Way to many, lets see (Score 1) 260

by kactusotp (#47718497) Attached to: How many devices are connected to your home Wi-Fi?
4 computers

1 laptop

2 consoles

3 phones

3 tablets

1 voip desk phone

1 nvidia shield

3 handheld consoles

so 18 and that isn't counting the arduinos kits, ouya that died or the two laptops I'm fixing for a friend. When a few people come over that generally bumps up the phone, tablet, handheld and sometimes even laptop count :P

Comment: Re:Devices (Score 1) 151

by kactusotp (#47605033) Attached to: Satya Nadella At Six Months: Grading Microsoft's New CEO
I'm on my third natural keyboard, I've been using them exclusively since my first system in 1997. (I'm not counting the ones I forced work to buy so I can use them there as well BWAHAHA) and the previous two both had to be replaced due to user error.

The first the number pad stopped working after a mate spilt a glass of lemon and vodka into it and didn't tell me and when i pulled it apart to clean it since the keys where sticky, the trace came off attached to the spacer.

The second died when I spilled diet coke in it, but I did the right thing, took it apart, washed it with distilled water, then dried it with a hair dryer melting the keys >. Had the current one for a number of years, I would replace it if I could find a natural keyboard with mechanical keys but I am yet to find one. (If you know of one with the same form factor that has mechanical keys I will give you internet hugs, but a comfort curve isn't enough sorry.)

Comment: Re:Autoimmune disorder... (Score 1) 350

Because when I move house/change providers I don't get to keep my IP unless it is from a block and then I move the entire block. Phone numbers are portable (at least within the same SZU (Standard Zone Unit) in Australia) and you can port between providers, or even preselect calls to connect to multiple providers for different calls. I could send some calls out my primary provider and some out Joe's isp, and still want my caller id to be ok. When it comes to voip calls there are rules in place about updating ACMA caller id lists but there is are huge hurdles to do it, and the little guys generally don't or if they do, simply mark it as a non geographic location and never update after that. But the biggest issue is that there isn't a direct Customer -> Call terminator link. There may only be 2 national terminators that then have interconnects with smaller players who in turn resell to a number of others and you Joe's shack ties onto the bottom somewhere. All of the players tell the guy below them that caller id is their responsibility, so they don't check what the clid is when you send it, since they don't know what numbers you are responsible for. We have a VOIP provider that pretty much told us as long as we only send numbers we own there isn't a problem.... the day we realised it was amusing taking two mobile numbers of our staff, spoofing two calls between their mobiles and joining them while listening in at the same time. "Hi Steve how are you going?" "Not bad? You" "Yeah just out at dinner, what's up?" "Um yeah about to go to the movies, how can I help?" "Er you called me didn't you? Did you pocket dial me?" "No you called me, I saw your incoming number" etc etc...... Call back again 5 minutes later with a third mobile number incoming to both of them, then again with people they are with... rinse repeat while they try and work out what is going on.

+ - SPAM: Corliss Review Group: This is what the new reversible USB 3.1 cable looks like

Submitted by Hosaiffdein
Hosaiffdein (3490391) writes "In December last year the technology consortium responsible for the USB standard announced that the next generation of connectors would be entirely reversible – now the first picture of the new plug has appeared online.

As expected, the new design looks pretty much identical to Apple’s Lightning connector — a proprietary standard which is also reversible and appears on the latest iPhones and iPads.

The new USB 3.1 Type-C is similar in size to the current Micro USB design used to charge most small gadgets and will break computability with current ports.

The designs are not expected to be finalized until July and it will take many months more before manufacturers start to introduce the new Type-C to their products.

This latest update to the most widely accepted connector in the tech world will offer increased bandwidths of up to 10Gbps but for most of the clearest advantage will never having to fiddle with getting our USB plugs the right way round."

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+ - The FBI Gamified the Hunt For One of Its Most Wanted->

Submitted by Daniel_Stuckey
Daniel_Stuckey (2647775) writes "The FBI just gamified its latest manhunt. As I was just scanning the bureau's many twitter feeds, I saw a couple of fresh tweets reporting that William Bradford Bishop, Jr. had just been added to the bureau's most wanted list.

When I clicked on the tweet that offered a photo gallery of Bishop, the 'Family Annihilator,' some studio-lit photos of this gallery-quality clay bust were far beyond the everyday mug shots I'd expected.

"Am I'm picking out which glasses my character in GTA will wear?" I thought as I looked at artist Karen Taylor's masterful 3D rendering of Bishop. Bishop is a man who has been a fugitive for almost 40 years (he's 77 now, and Taylor age-processed him to look that old) after allegedly killing his mother, his wife, and their three sons in Bethesda, Md. Bishop, a former Foreign Service officer for the State Department, is described by the FBI as "highly intelligent," and investigators on his case believe he could be hiding in plain sight."

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Comment: Re:best pepper? (Score 1) 285

by kactusotp (#46590267) Attached to: I prefer my peppers ...
The local burger place has a "Red face runny nose II" challenge burger that if you can complete in 20 minutes it is free. The guy puts in 2 bhuts in the patties but to make the sauce he uses pure capsaicin in a 1:4 dilution.

As someone who has taken the challenge and lost (finished but took me 40 minutes instead) it can be described as a once in the life time experience, and I mean that in a good way. At that level you no longer feel chilli heat. Your mouth and tongue tell you that it is temperature heat and that you are hurting yourself. You blow on it, you try and cool it down only to check it with the back of your hand to realise that it is pretty cold after 10 minutes. However I have never tasted a more flavoursome burger, I could taste all the spices, all the different flavours, I could taste the sweetness of the bhuts but I couldn't tasty any chilli heat.

Cons however were that my face did go numb and my hands shook, and pretty much the next two days I lived on the toilet.

How bad was it? It burnt to pee

+ - Bitcoin being used to trade child abuse material, IWF warns->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Child abuse material is being stored, shared and sold by criminals hacking innocent sites on the open web, who are then using the cryptocurrency bitcoin to sell the material.

Research by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has discovered the emergent use of the bitcoin digital currency as a payment mechanism, with criminals hiding images and video on hacked websites that are unknowingly hosting the illegal content.

“This is the first time we’ve seen bitcoin be purported to be accepted as the only payment for child sexual abuse on the open web and not hidden in the dark web,” said Sarah Smith, technical researcher at the Waterbeach-based IWF and author of the report."

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Comment: Re:You wouldn't download a car. (Score 1) 141

by kactusotp (#46097313) Attached to: New 3D Printer Can Print With Carbon Fiber
Yeah but that is because the bodies are fibre glass, look rubbish and don't perform as well as the cars they are copying (weight strength etc). Building a carbon fibre shell is something else entirely. You are getting most of the benefit that the cars you are copying and you are using the best material. Sure you might not get the strength of a cross woven sheet but it will be a damn sight better than what is available now. And the whole idea isn't of getting a Gallardo for cheap, it is to build an incredible looking car that is unique, one of a kind, and performs better than the current options available to modders.

Comment: Re: will be interesting to see what they do with (Score 1) 104

by kactusotp (#45691983) Attached to: Google Acquires Boston Dynamics
Automated cars means all that wasted time consumers spend paying attention to the road can be redirected to Google services and ads. But really where the big money will be, is space mining. Teams of Autonomous vehicles, with enough smarts not to get stuck making Google doodles on the moon.

Comment: Re:Apple bashing (Score 5, Informative) 452

by kactusotp (#42240793) Attached to: Australian Police Warn That Apple Maps Could Get Someone Killed
I live in Perth (the capital of Western Australia not the UK one) I'm 20 minutes drive from the city centre, 15 minutes drive to wonderful beaches, and 10 minutes drives in several directions to bushland remote enough that if I had a heart attack while walking they would never find the body. Australia is a big empty place, your biggest dangers (apart from hitting a roo, or dozing off and driving into oncoming road trains (single lane 110kmph YAY)) is not making it to the next petrol station. Its ok in urban areas, but as soon as you leave metro... better make sure you know your fuel efficiency. But if you do stray off a main road, even by accident, its not like there is any space to turn around. Up in shark bay we pulled off onto a beach carpark and went down a sudden incline over the shells. No way to turn back and the only way was forward and hope the loop put you back somewhere else. Long story short sedan started to bottom out so we lost our nerve and tried to turn around. Big mistake, soon as we left the compressed trail we sank to the chassis at all 4 wheels. No reception, had hike through the bush back to the main road to hail a tourist bus to get the townsite to send out a truck to pull us out.

Comment: Re:Apple bashing (Score 5, Informative) 452

by kactusotp (#42240429) Attached to: Australian Police Warn That Apple Maps Could Get Someone Killed
You obviously haven't driven in Australia much.. Google maps See how you are driving through national parks and farmland before getting back to an urban area? Well Apple maps just takes you through a different national park and dumps you there. 45C is also 113F. And there is no phone reception or water. And people have already been stuck for 24 hours

Comment: Re:Good (Score 2) 280

by kactusotp (#41785729) Attached to: HTC Losing Ground Faster Than RIM or Nokia

Seriously. Name one single thing that makes the HTC OneX a better phone than the Galaxy S3. Nothing. Nothing whatsoever.

The Camera. Being able to record 1080p video and take 8M photos is huge if you have a kid. Trust me, you want nice photos you can blow up or view full screen but you also want to record incase they do something cute? Now you can do both. Single biggest reason I can not move to another phone. My wife has the XL with 4g, and I'll admit that is probably a better buy than my One X since I don't seem to get as much benefit from the quad core chip but it is a pleasure to dev for too. Other "better" things start to get subjective and include the 25gb bundled drop box for two years, but I really do prefer the build quality on the One series compared to my mates S3. His feels cheap and plastic in comparison. Finally I know I'm going to get flamed for this... but I actually do like sense. >.> yes I know point and laugh but it is nice to use for my mid 30's self. Oh and that screen.... <3

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