You're missing the point. The summary describes it as a 'Software Defined Network Network', a true innovation.
They've got so much cheap compact compute horsepower to play with, it's almost obscene. 2048-wide FFT? In my day you would be overjoyed with a simple time-domain autocorrelation pitch detector.
What does that make Wind River then?
Carbohydrate: 17 MJ/Kg
Lithium battery: (non-rechargable): 1.8MJ/Kg
Lithium battery: (rechargable): 0.75MJ/Kg
So until the power source gets a bit more 'organic' I guess it will remain tethered.
You're missing the point. PV modules are expensive, plants are free.
(1600 years old and thirty push-ups, but yup).
Maybe because agriculture and fermentation have been used for thousands of years, whereas lithium and lead-based rechargeable batteries have lifespans less than a decade?
Al Jazeera, the Arabic news channel, is broadcast across most of Europe. Can France take action against it if it broadcasts any anti-Israeli material?
Those 20 or so cars pictured in TFA use up those 256,000KWh of saved energy per year. Hmmm...
I wonder if she will be cloned in the distant future? Ideal source material to use for consistent, replicable experimental results over a long period of time. Fix the 'infinite lives' mod that's gotten into the genome and it's perfect. She really will live forever I think.
Call me old fashioned, but I like the idea of an e-reader that uses standard replaceable batteries rather than a custom, non-replaceable li-ion cell. That way it isn't useless/tethered for a period when the battery dies, I don't have to drag a charger around, and the reader itself doesn't end up as landfill in a decade when the battery stops holding a charge.