If you've got 3,000 drives at home to come up with directly home applicable numbers, then please share them.
This is mostly useful to compare models vs models as the environment is kept the same.
It's completely legitimate to say model X is more reliable than model Y, it's not valid to say model X has a Z% failure rate in a home environment however.
The chip does mostly use public/private key methods, however the NFC aspect does transmit the magnetic stripe data.
Why? Cause it means they can just use modified PoS machines rather than making new ones from scratch - the existing system needs that data so they made it less secure by keeping it pretty backwards compatible.
People thought they couldn't sneak a new OS on your computer without permission as well but here we are.
It'll be in the TOS somewhere in legalese.
More than 'sort of'. Look at the photo of the car after the crash.
It's almost entirely intact with minor damage if you ignore the roof!
Very easy to see how the car thought it was clear - it technically was up to about a meter/4 feet above the road.
Sorry I didn't catch that, someone else must have also been using your frequency and it came across all garbled.
Maybe an organisation should be set up to make sure everyone uses different frequencies? Then your message could get through intact.
Nope, you want lower frequency ranges for that, higher frequency = shorter distance.
Frequency multipliers and other fancy tricks.
You generate a 10mhz signal, then add it to a 20ghz sine wave. Bingo you've got a 10mhz channel at 20ghz.
That's a simplification of what wifi channels do.
I wonder what would happen if you spun the wheels in to the corner to increase traction.
Or if the traction would vanish entirely once the tyre surface started moving sideways.
Hi Bernie Troll.
And the OS should also handle installation of programs and keeping them up to date.
Oh wait my computer has done this for over a decade. Love Linux's lack of useless install wizards.
Battery life is the entire reason why I bought my Pebble Time in the last kickstarter.
People who wear watches that need daily charging are either:
1. People who take their fitness seriously - not applicable anymore with the Pebble Time 2 with the new heart rate monitor.
2. Tossers who love showing off their smart watch and the Pebble's dimmer (but entirely usable) screen isn't suited for that.
Stop living in the 90's.
These days there is a vastly higher chance that 99% of consumer gear 'just works' on Linux without stuffing around with drivers.
Only with Windows can you take a new computer, clean install the OS and have not a single peripherals working out of the box.
Even basic stuff like Ethernet will often not work.
"I'm growing older, but not up." -- Jimmy Buffett