Why shouldn't it?
Why shouldn't it?
I don't think any sizable population thinks apple invented the smartphone. They did, however, make the first mass-market-usable smartphone by refining and simplifying the idea.
Yeah...like more than a handful of US consumers give a rats ass about emissions....
Most are interested in the actual performance, looks and how well it works over the years.
Most are interested in having a legal car. States could, rightfully, refuse to allow registration renewal on these cars.
So you want a monitor, not a TV?
Adding to your comments, you won't have this issue in HURD due to the lack of USB removable device support, so that stale lock wouldn't exist to begin with.
I'd guess the vast majority of intel chips are in laptops. Most laptops under $800 or so have intel video.
And server operators don't care about xorg drivers, so you wouldn't count them in the consumer base that counts for developing graphics drivers.
From the article:
"The vulnerability affects any Linux Kernel version 3.8 and higher. SMEP & SMAP will make it difficult to exploit as well as SELinux on android devices. Maybe we’ll talk about tricks to bypass those mitigation in upcoming blogs, anyway the most important thing for now is to patch it as soon as you can."
SELinux makes it difficult, but they're going to tell you how to get around it once it's fixed.
SELinux doesn't block access to this vulnerability, it merely makes exploitation more complex.
Many would argue that what they're doing isn't legal, it just isn't completely illegal depending on how you look at it.
They're selling their IP to the new holding company (in Ireland/etc) for close to $0. If you attempted to do this, for example setting up a C corp, having said C corp buy your own house for $50 and showing a capital gains loss on your personal sheet, funnelling all of your income into this C corp, and then paying yourself nothing and using the "profits" (your income) through the C corp to support yourself as reinvestment, you would be taken to court.
The reason they get away with it is because there's no way to prove what their IP was worth since it was never on the open market. None of the iPhone IP was developed in Ireland, but the irish company bought the rights to all of that IP for essentially nothing, then relicenses it to the other Apple companies in each country for huge amounts of $$.
Where are there ads in windows 10?
Serious question, I haven't seen any.
You are fairly misinformed.
1. The PS3 could save data to usb, but could not save installed games to USB.
2. Both consoles (PS4 and xbone) come with fairly slow 2.5" laptop hard drives. This is why the new 1TB xbox comes with a hybrid drive, and why a lot of people replace their PS3/PS4 hard drives with hybrid or SSD drives. Many people are seeing DECREASED load times by moving to usb3 storage.
3. Any 3.5" drive can be converted to a USB 3.0 drive with a $20 enclosure. I don't know where you're getting "x10 more expensive". Often, due to how they bundle drives and decrease warranty period, USB drives are CHEAPER than the equivalent hard drive bought on its own.
4. You can plug an SSD into a usb3 enclosure, and you can even buy retail USB3 SSDs.
I agree Microsoft should let you replace the internal drive, but apart from the fact that having a usb drive sitting on top of the xbox is ugly, there's no actual downside.
If you look at the SSD blacklist it's HUGE, and not just filled with Samsung drives.
The only three in that list I'd count in that list are facebook, twitter, and blogspot. Notice that no traditional news websites, forums, or user content sites apart from the three listed are ahead of reddit in the list.
I'd really agree that facebook is the front page of the internet, though.
If a $X GPU plays games at 1080p/60fps with all settings on max, there is no point to a $2X GPU, unless you are going to go at a higher resolution.
So the high end cards will work at 1080p, but why would you buy one if the mid end cards are just as good for your usage?
It's intended for first person shooters. You both "look" and jump/reload/etc with your right thumb.
This controller frees up your thumb to let you always look and turn while doing A/B/X/Y functions.
It's too expensive and I won't buy one, but I can see the point, especially for serious halo/battlefield/etc players.
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