I wish my phone was 50% more durrable. Having a new phone after my last one that I need to basically treat like an egg is silly. I have to get it clear coated and put in a case. I want something I can throw around without fear, make a call do some texting and maybe have some internet time on.
Depends on what you are using to read on. If I use my phone or tablet I get eye strain after a long read. If I read on my kindle 2 I don't have any issues at all with eye strain. I can read it almost anywhere I read a regular book as well(took it in the bath one time felt nervous the whole time). Real issue with it is the battery, which lasts forever if I have wireless turned off.
The real big thing I dislike about the ebook is the pricing is crappy and I can't really share my books easily(US has a way to loan out certain books but I'm Canadian)
I think the e-ink craze kind of died off though which is unfortunate for ebooks.
Or grab the average temperature of the servers on the bottom of the rack and apply an equivalent heat source to the one server and see what the error rate is.
going to the doctor once a year is good for you, and good for keeping healthcare costs down. Preventative treatment of things is key to keeping costs of expensive surgeries and treatments at later stages of disease and injuries. I'm guessing you are probably healthy but man you should get checked out. I got checked out and found out I had high blood pressure and cholesterol which apparently after talking to my dad every male person in my family has. Thing is, you never know unless you get checked out. Go get checked out.
I think that's why having free healthcare for everyone can end up being cheaper and extending peoples life spans. You end up with people not afraid of a doctors bill, or increasing premiums. You can go in get checked out and if they find something you're in better shape to get treated.
It might have been a very large push in getting Nvidia to be more supportive of an open driver.
They have also been putting out a better closed driver for linux for years in my opinion. I have never had anything but issues with the radeon amd drivers. Sometimes you want things to work more than you want them to be open. This could be very good for the opensource community.
I have had android devices from carriers with little to no support on them. They are locked and push out the updates themselves. These updates never see my phone. I've also had devices like my xoom that received the first major update in Canada months after the update was released in the states. If you could manage your own updates you could also hold off on device breaking updates until they have been properly tested.
Apple at the time was in a very hard place probably worse than Dell currently is. Jobs did an amazing job in fixing that company back up. Maybe it inspired Mr. Dell and Steve would be quite content with someone trying to replicate what he managed to do. Dell has a long way to go and I'm not sure it will be done, but at the end of the day Micheal Dell did half of what he said. Gave investors back a large chunk of change and is changing business structure.
It's a bunch of people hired to creep on kids who don't know or care to set their privacy settings responsibly enough. What the school should really be doing is sitting these kids down and talking about proper use of the internet, predators and how they can use public information. Instead of helping these kids grow up they want to track and follow them for infractions.
It's fucked up really, I mean what happens when one student sets up an account for another student so that they can post inflammatory things. Does this group somehow know which accounts were created by actual students and which ones weren't?
You can justify anything I suppose but maybe in the end it will be a lesson to these kids not to post stupid shit to the internet, that way when they get older they won't do it. Only silver lining I can think of.
After further reading ignore what I said I thought we were talking about hackathons like it was some of the games at def con where you hack into systems and play games. Not coding or building hackathons.
The fun in cheating in such an event is that you can be caught. Break the rules and you lose. No ill will should be held against a person/team who cheats but it should be seen more as a failure to institute your hack properly. Except this time you are hacking the game.
What are you even talking about. Micheal Dell started that company from the ground up building computers one at a time by himself. He put a lot of hard work and time into that company and he sees it's in trouble. So instead of cashing out and getting the fuck away like most people would he takes it appon himself to buy up the company, make it private and try and fix it. He's definitely tied to that company he's treating it like he would a child that has lost it's way. What you are suggesting is that he's just some random guy who happens to have the same name and it's not a big deal. It's a huge deal, you know he's not going to come in there and run it to maximize profits short term, that he's not going to sell off everything to show profits to investors. A move like this suggests that he wants to go in there an fix the company long term without worrying about investors breathing down his neck.
Your trivializing this action in a day when it doesn't usually happen with large companies. Even apple was still publicly shared when Jobs took back his roll.
A portion of the A7 that has to be accessible to the OS for login attempts. A firmware update or OS update might allow that user data to be uploaded eventually. Not to say that Apple would do that, just that it could be possible.
If it has network connectivity sure. If your phone is stolen and removed from any networks you could potentially break into the phone and have an unlimited amount of time to access the data. The best security feature Apple had on the ipad was delays between incorrect login attempts leading to eventual wiping of the data. I wonder if an incorrect finger scan will result in the same delay and wipe or if it's disabled in case of accidental miss entries.
I'm curious to see if someone can easily circumvent the fingerprint scanner with traditional methods.
If best buy advertised as "Buy the whole 5th season for 22 bucks" yeah it's best buys fault. They didn't advertise correctly. The problem with apple isn't that they sold half the season it's that they sold the full season and then it was broken up and you only got the first half. It's a bait and switch they should get a refund or the second half which they thought they were paying for in the first place.
If AMC screwed apple then apple could turn around and sue their pants off for damages to them caused by this. Though I doubt that they would, considering they can just take the hit for the cost of lawyer fees and keep their contract with AMC. Apple might not be directly at fault but you have to go after the person who screwed you and Apple screwed it's customers either intentionally or unintentionally.
No one won the cold war, the USSR folded. No one ever wins a war you just lose less. I guess if winning is getting to stick around then you might win but I think that hardly should count. I'm starting to feel like someone is closing the lid on a pressure cooker and about to turn it on.