The bean of the coffee makes the thoughts quicken, the pulse increase;
The breath is a warning to others
For he is the Kwikii Mart Haderach!
Windows 10 "Anniversary Update" includes Edge 14, which supports VP9. That leaves Apple as the holdout supporting only codecs that require payment of a royalty to a patent pool.
And the iPad Pro has a display 2732x2048 pixels in size. It's not quite 3840x2160 (home 4K-class res), but it's still bigger than 1920x1080.
Because a Lightning adapter is cheaper than an Apple TV.
But then because of limited throughput over Lightning, the Lightning adapter uses AirPlay protocol anyway, and it isn't even full 1080p.
I watch most of my videos in 240 or 480p. Upscaling makes mos of them look good enough
I watch screencasts of tech support scam baiting. The 480p stream is just barely enough to be able to make on-screen text legible.
We getting rid of Northern Ireland then?
Reportedly a majority of Northern Ireland voted "remain in the European Union". Once Britain exercises Article 50, I anticipate a referendum to rejoin Ireland gaining support.
And then, I'm assuming, the hypervisor would put the guest operating systems into hibernation while the hypervisor restarts for security updates. Is that how it typically works?
the expense of having to own 4 copies of a game if you and your kids want to play through a game together
That's what Steam sales are for: four copies at $10 each are cheaper than one full-priced copy at $60.
The Super NES was good, but crippled by the fact that MODE 7 could only scale and rotate backgrounds, not sprites.
In the same generation, Genesis needed the Sega CD peripheral to rotate anything, and though Neo Geo could scale, it couldn't rotate and was too expensive for most players.
it's a tablet with actual joystick and button input, instead of touch screen garbage. And honestly, that alone sounds like everything I've ever wanted from a tablet.
Didn't the Archos GamePad, the NVIDIA Shield, and a bunch of Android tablets by JXD do that?
If there isn't enough demand for low end computers they'll just disappear
Exactly my point. The market will have locked down appliances at the low end and high end general purpose computers at the high end. This spells trouble for anybody who wants to make the transition from tasks that can be done on a locked down appliance to tasks that require a general purpose computer.
I'll think I'll write an app where you talk, it then produces text
That'd be a killer app. Double the killer, in fact.
The fear is that low end builds will rise to the price of high end builds as the majority of the low end market switches to a phone, tablet, or Chromebook as a daily driver.
My only cheap computers are an old Netbook I didn't have the heart to get rid of, and a Chromebook I take to breakfast. Those are cheap and I don't care if they are lost or get stolen.
With 10.1" netbooks becoming harder to find as manufacturers make 11.6" their smallest size, I do care if mine gets stolen.
fortune: cpu time/usefulness ratio too high -- core dumped.