We did it, slashdot!
We did it, slashdot!
And 3 seconds later there'd be 50 more apps just like it. Prank your friends with an alert that the phone is going to explode! Use your phone on an airplane with this app that claims the battery is fine!
How do you know if you have an unsafe phone if you don't read slashdot and don't know your battery indicator is supposed to turn green if you're OK?
Seriously, if they're going to push out an alert, it needs to go to the people with explodey batteries, and leave people with OK batteries out of it. A nice big popup reading "This device has been recalled due to exploding. Please return it to the store you purchased it from" that cycles through a few dozen languages and cannot be dismissed except to use the phone.
So wait, now slashdot is filtering for content on the front end? I mean, the lameness filter always (except before it did) did basic checks for ascii art and all caps, but now they're checking for insulting people?
This is a "spectacularly brain-damaged suggestion" and "drug-fueled".
If they didn't want it on facebook, they'd have put a naked kid on front.
And some people forget that fly ash is made by burning coal. It would be interesting to see if they simply wasted the heat from the coal though.
If I wasn't replying, I'd give you a +1 for (B). Compact or not, it's a huge pain in the ass to have a bunch of those patch cables, not just for USB A but for the USB power and the HDMI as well. With points to soldier to, it'd be easy to cut cables to fit.
I think you are confused. Intel and AMD are competitors. Intel's spokeperson says that their hardware will not work with the OS installed on almost half of the computers. AMD's spokesperson says they are not interested in that market either.
Wow, Microsoft must be paying a fuckton of money to AMD. Windows 7 is still 47% (down only about 5% from Q1 2016 and probably not moving any farther now that free upgrades are over). If my competitor stood up and said "we are walking away from half of the market" my response would be "We are committed to supporting the half of the market our competitor just abandoned."
Is AMD independently wealthy enough to also ignore half of the market, or is Microsoft making them wealthy enough to do so? Stockholders ought to be asking that question right now, especially given the weak position that AMD is in.
The article I read says that the battery cells are all made by Samsung, but the pack (and controller) was made by another company. The Note 7s in China all have their battery packs made from the same Samsung cells by a different company, and those haven't exploded yet.
The argument was never about what button you push on your keyboard, it has always been about how fucked up your shit gets when someone else opens it in a different editor.
If the validation was done wrong, then the test isn't valid until the validation is done right.
If the validation was done right but the patients' privacy was breached, fine them under HIPAA and if the company isn't bankrupt, let them do their testing.
One of many guides for it that I've read using a second video card and monitor hookup with the card itself assigned to a VM using IOMMU with something like 97% benchmark performance of bare metal, but I don't have a second video card to try it with, so I'm stuck with playing 2D games in a window.
I did exactly this, using Qubes at home. It took a little getting used to, but once you get the hang of it, it makes sense. It greatly reduces the risk of things like XSS and browser exploits leaking banking or other important information. I don't particularly consider myself the enemy of any state, but the increasing number of drive-by exploits targeting Joe Nobody for the purpose of extracting money (whether ransomware, stealing card numbers, whatever) makes this a reasonable course of action even for people not participating in espionage or whatever.
Shame that trying to game in a VM sucks hard, but that's the tradeoff.
When it is not necessary to make a decision, it is necessary not to make a decision.