Wish I had mod points.
Wish I had mod points.
You know, some people say this, but give absolutely no evidence for the assertion. I use a Windows desktop and 2015 Macbook Pro daily (as well as Linux on servers) and honestly prefer Win10 to OSX. The file explorer is much more intuitive for me, it handles multiple displays much better, and obviously there's whole gaming thing.
I think some Mac fanboys probably haven't used Windows since Win 95, and still think it behaves as badly. It's like me comparing Win10 to OS9 (which was truly terrible - I had to suffer through that!)
Er, so MS managed to show off probably the best tool for creatives/artists at a fairly good price - totally bespoke design.
Apple? Another laptop, almost identical in performance and features to the one from 3 years ago, but more expensive, with a retina touchpad instead of a touch screen. Plus they kind of overlooked the fact a lot of people like to plug their phone into their laptops to leech power for charging. So there's a dongle for that.
Yeah, that "happened" I guess...
"Why do they get a free pass to act like they are lead by a KGB thug?"
Because they ARE lead by a KGB thug?
My guess is that any forum you frequent will live down to that prediction...
Chrome is actually significantly faster with WebGL / GPU accelerated content, when compared to Firefox. I've found FF to feel slower and less stable for some time now.
If you're going to try a hackneyed troll like this, kid, learn to be a little more subtle. You're like a guy running naked through a shopping mall, screaming "I'm a troll, I'm a troll! Please give me some attention! Pleeeeease!!!"
Has Slashdot somehow attracted edgy Youtube commenters now? It's so dull to read useless diatribes full of personal attacks and passive-aggressive dick waving. I'd hope we're a little more intelligent here. Why do people even post this garbage? Do they think it makes them "cool", or maybe that it'll impress someone? Maybe it's just a cry for attention from a lonely 12 year old I guess...
Why would Sony or MS sue? They've both sold the consoles, so they don't really care what people do with them after that, as long as they don't mod them to pirate games. Even in that case, the worst that will happen is banning the machines from their networks.
Which product(s) have the same specs as a RPi and cost $500?
On the projects I work on at least, the cost of the MCU hardware is almost irrelevent. In fact in most commercial projects involving microcontrollers or embedded systems, the cost of development boards is not that important. If you're rolling out a large volume of devices you're almost certainly going to be using a custom board anyway. Aside from all this, I can't imagine the cost of the board will be far out of line with similar products; as it'll need to compete when it's released for sale.
For deaf users, the choice could be from a number of sounds - maybe with filters added to prevent them being piped through an audio search engine.
I think this idea will make it harder and less profitable to run spam bots, which is always a good thing.
There's no sense in being precise when you don't even know what you're talking about. -- John von Neumann