G.Skill does not manufacture the memory dies, it purchases the memory dies and assembles them into a DIMM memory module ready for sale to customers - Wikipedia.
Which means that technically they are assembling memory modules, instead of producing them from start to finish.
There are just four companies in the world which actually produce memory chips and they are: Micron (Crucial), Samsung, Hynix, and Toshiba.
as machines are getting closer to acquiring human-like language abilities
Nope, nothing like that is happening. Algorithms which work with speech are still stupid as fuck and have exactly zero understanding of the language.
Even the most talented translators have major troubles trying to translate things between dissimilar languages. The way people separate things in the world in order to call them differs so much between languages, proper translation is oftentimes simply impossible unless you describe a thing in one language using a paragraph in another.
I stopped using Adblock+ long ago, because it makes all my web browsers consume more RAM, than when running without it.
IOW pop music has turned to utter compressed shit.
Also among several dozen of people who I know quite well, I'm the only person who has his music collection on his HDD. Others don't bother.
Which one do you mean?
* Pulse Audio?
* Unity/Gnome 3/KDE 4?
* Windows 8/10?
It's not that people hate something that's mainstream. The problem is that mainstream is often a polished turd which companies or alternatively gifted individuals try to sell you as something which is better and novel, while being in an order of magnitude less usable and having tons of bugs.
It's not about only Unity: Linux/GNU in general is one big mess of an OS.
If you ask people who actually use their PCs for work, most of them will tell you that the best DEs are reminiscent of Windows 95 with various small productivity improvements like Search in the Start Menu, icons only in task panel, vs. icon + application name, virtual desktops, widgets and good keyboard shortcuts. Also people generally cannot tolerate simplicity and scarcity in regard to customizability and features first introduced by Apple, now reduced to nothingness by Gnome 3/Unity/Windows 10. I know quite a lot of people who were relieved after migrating from Unity/Gnome to "old fashioned" XFCE.
For some reasons various UX wannabes try to reinvent the desktop every few years and they fail, fail and fail. The prime examples are well known: KDE4/5, Gnome 3, Unity and Windows 8/10 interfaces (yes, Windows 10 Start Menu is as horrible as Windows 8 apps start screen). It seems like modern designers are hell bent on turning your beautiful PC UIs first designed for display/mouse/keyboard, into some grayish mess of huge buttons, tons of white space and nondescript controls meant for tablets and phones. I cannot imagine a common UI which will work equally well on such distinct platforms. I suspect it just doesn't exist.
I absolutely loved this: Reg now behind invisible HTML5 Bitcoin paywall
Tender and kind. Just what the doctor prescribed.
What about being unable to
I still prefer to watch movies in the comfort of my home while nothing and no one are distracting me from them.
To err is human, to moo bovine.