I've been eyeing the LG V10... open removable back, so I can get an extended battery, SD card. The T-Mobile version has a Cyanogenmod port, but I don't see one for Verizon. Some of the other LGs have slide out batteries; removable so you can have multiple, but limited volume so you can't upgrade the capacity much.
Dr Who moved to Amazon for now, in the US at least. 1-8 are included with Prime, season 9 costs more money.
Previous post was right. It was an A&E and Granada production. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt01...
It's called Chip On Board and it is slightly cheaper and better performing than using a packaged IC.
Sometimes you can replace them with packaged equivalents during repair.
It's probably to do with smaller notebooks and their lack of a numpad... I had one user that failed to log in a number of times and it turned out that they had last changed their password on a notebook where numlock was turned on at login and some of the alpha keys got remapped.
Cross between EE and CS. Someone who has been trained to understand both hardware and software. Fairly common in embedded design.
...but discrete soundcards, especially external ones, are still alive and well if you record. The noise floor of internal sound cards hasn't gotten that much better (a PC is very noisy RF environment), and if you need mic preamps, quarter inch jacks, optical in, etc, they generally don't fit on a PCI card or laptop.
But for general gaming or home theater use? Nope. Send the audio out over the HDMI out, or SPDIF for DVI/VGA rigs, and let the amp sort it out.
At least two more
Hauppauge WinTV DCR-2650
Infinitv line (I own one of the PCIe quad tuners; works well in my Mythtv box, but depends on the CCI bits set by your cable company.)
It's a crapshoot depending on the CCI settings of your cable provider, but yes, they do. I have the quad tuner from Ceton, and from Verizon FIOS I get locals, expanded basic, and some of the premium channels with my mythtv backend. I recently rebuilt the box; it's currently running on Ubuntu raring, with an AMD A10 and 5x3TB in a ZFS array.
You'll also need a listings provider; I use Schedules Direct, which just works but does charge.
(Under linux, you'll only receive channels with no flags or the Copy Freely flag. In the absence of CCI flags, the Ceton tuner will also respect the old school analog (macrovision?) flags that are ignored by clear qam tuners.)
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