Moonquakes could be a serious concern for underground bases. http://science.nasa.gov/scienc...
There was an interesting article on
/. some time back about Nissan experimenting with this. Powering buildings using a Nissan Leaf during peak demand then recharging them when energy was cheaper.
The real question is do the Google engineers having these kids know they can't just abandon them like their other offerings?
Your dumb friends tagging you in everything.
I disagree that the hobbyist crap is plaguing Google. I think it's a large part of what keeps them innovative. A lot of it doesn't leave beta but the ideas and core concepts get recycled into other products in their ecosystem.
Rest assured, there will be plenty of hats.
Not the prized Daggerfall-through-the-world algorithms!
Still seems silly considering the hardware probably isn't the profitable piece.
I dunno I live in the north and these simple facts are apparently not understood here either.
From what I've read SteamOS is going to be a free standalone OS that you're free to customize and install on any device you want. The Steam Machines Valve will be selling aren't consoles under lock and key, they're just PCs with a form factor more fitting for a living room. SteamOS is supposed to have the ability to stream Windows games from a running Windows box with Steam installed as well. Their new controller, while not likely to completely replace the keyboard and mouse looks pretty promising too. I wouldn't expect them to drive all gaming to controller / console style games.
Spending twice as much on foreign aid as we do on NASA, outrageous!
Roll for initiative...
Can't wait to get my XBox One Shooter bundle.
Phew good thing that article a few hours back has us covered.
Who the hell is Uber?