Good news everyone: Futurama has been doing exactly this, for many years. So if this Russian guy tries to patent it, Matt Groenig can claim prior art.
So, over the past 5+ years, people have been migrating away from high quality cameras, and high quality TV sets, to the crappy photo sensors and highly compressed tiny screens of your average smartphone.
Does that mean that people are getting smarter?
WhyTF would anyone want an inbuilt PDF viewer?
A browser is supposed to display whatever I click on - any file, any format. If it can play sound, play video, display photographs, display text... then why not a PDF? Seems strange to have one document format that it *cannot* display, and requires an external application to render.
Or did you want the browser to call an external program for things like
most users are technically savvy
All the technically savvy Ubuntu users left for other distros after the Gnome 3 fiasco.
I parsed that as the (Austin Mini) Maker's Fair, and was excited....
until I realized it was in Texas, not Birmingham, and that cars will only be involved in analogies.
Article summaries shouldn't force the reader to use Google to understand them.
Not all fettishisms are sexual.
All of the fun ones are.
The *video* is not real time either - it is delayed by 1/60th (or 1/72nd, etc) of a second. So, whether you process your audio in the CPU, in the GPU, or elsewhere, you need to have it line up with the delayed video.
Yeah, you can do computationally heavy things in a GPU. We've done that for years. All this is saying is that some audio signal processing tasks are computationally heavy.
Yeah, my car crashed, which made my car crash.
Even with clean sensors, what happens in a heavy rainstorm? Or a snowstorm? Or fog?
1. Install bitcoin mining software on your PC.
2. Run it whenever you aren't using the computer.
4. Use the profit to buy whatever game you want.
Firefox already has password tools - it can optionally store the password from different sites. It should be simple to extend this to warn the user if any two passwords are the same.
Firefox uses *local* storage for this, on the user's computer, so it will be more secure than any remotely-hosted solution.
When people hear the words "performance art", they imagine a filthy, flea-infested guy with an MFA, fellating an chimp in the middle of times square while his acolytes hand people burning dollar bills and chant about hegemonic paternalism.
Yes, that is what Unity is like. Good comparison.
When you can cold boot in less than 10 seconds, why use hibernation??