Thanks for ruining the bitchfest.
White.... all colors could mean white.
Now do it on about 20 Watts while still having the robustness and flexibility of a human brain.
Let's not lose sight of how beating someone in a complex task doesn't equate to what humans intelligence.
Don't get me wrong, though, this is an impressive point we've reached in technology.
Yeah, so what. At least 4 in of 5 Americans agree with the EULAs on the software they use too.
I think that it's not too hard to get 4 in 5 Americans to agree with anything that makes them feel worse if they choose anything but that option.
Nadella speaks the truth.
From the perspective of Microsoft looking outward, the Windows 10 platform has definitely opened up visibility and authority to access almost every user's actions and files at a level that no other platforms ever has.
Who knows... maybe they already have all the Microsoft source code.
There are state sponsored hackers, right?
Microsoft is making a valid point why people should not buy any XBOX units until Scorpio because that upcoming model is going to be much better than the XBOX of today. This is the same philosophy that appeals to people who want to wait many years to get the next best thing... not a major portion of the buying public this Holiday season.
Sony is saying that what they have today is better than what they had last year and they think it's great.
Despite the marketing, when you're playing the games, you're not counting pixels, you're looking at image quality. For example, even though these consoles use modelling shortcuts instead of real-time ray-tracing, the image quality is sufficient. And people that want a console now don't feel the need to wait for many potential image quality improvements.
So which message will appear most compelling to someone shopping for a console this year?
To me, it seems that Microsoft is shooting it's Holiday sales in the foot.
I think it's because doctors don't approve laws for doctors, but politicians approve laws for politicians.
You clearly have no idea what you're talking about.
Even Bob Metcalfe said something like your knowledge is only nlogn above mine.
Nonetheless, enjoy a little https://xkcd.com/949/
" -- a mission that is currently on track to chart one billion stars in the Milky Way."
On track? It sounds like it passed that goal.
It's about time.
The other day Tim Sweeney of Epic games said we need about 40 TFLOPS to get realistic (non-human) visuals, Current generation is 5 to 10 TFLOPS.
After that, we probably need it to run off of a AA battery.
There's still some room to advance from where we are today.
I get it. So they just changed everyone to be half a plan above where they chose to be. If these people wanted more data, then they'd have chosen those more expensive plans with more data, but they didn't, so Verizon chose for them. It's like ordering a medium size and they say "oh, we give you more than medium, so you pay us more, no? Don't break contract or you pay us more then too. Have a nice day."
I won't use Verizon mobile because of poor policies like this. I have a non-verizon plan that has unlimited data... but only the first 3GB is fast. After that, it's slower. I asked Verizon how I could make sure I don't pay more than my budget for data and they said I could have them turn off all data at 3GB or pay their relatively expensive overage charges. So they won't have my business.
This comes accross as a monty python bit akin to "I spit in your general direction".
Anyone can do any amount of work provided it isn't the work he is supposed to be doing at the moment. -- Robert Benchley