It me, fam.
It me, fam.
The second Bitcoin got mentioned, 100% positive this is a scam. It is essentially the currency of criminals and psychopaths.
I wonder why it is I even bother.
X-rated theaters still exist and are in practically every porn shop with an 'arcade.' Even today in 2016.
Plenty of people don't want their significant others to find out. These kinds of people go to these establishments.
What do you mean "slide".
We wallow in it.
Yoga bridesmaid pr0n? Here we come.
Also, there is caching, and also, some loads are heavy on longish FPU operations.
So... it doesn't quite work out that way. Also, multicore designs can have separate memory.
One example of multicore design that's both interesting and functional are the various vector processor graphics cores. Lots of em in there; and they get to do a lot of useful work you couldn't really do any other way with similar clock speeds and process tech.
You put an extra space in your quote. Editing fail.
No, it's ok. You have to shit *and* piss his pants. It's two-factor authorization.
You cherry pick the bad ones.
Well, I cherry picked the high end devices, yes -- because they were sold claiming the feature sets that were compelling. Now, the fact that those feature sets were incomplete, and/or buggy, and/or mischaracterized... that's something I didn't pick. But it's been very consistent, and the higher end the device, the more consistent it's been.
It just sounds like you do business with shitty companies.
Well, Canon for the camera. Marantz for the pre-pro. Kenwood for the radio. I totally agree they are shitty companies. And they won't be getting any more of my money. It's not like I can't learn.
The bottom line is, these devices have, and were sold trumpeting, the mechanisms that would allow them to be fixed and/or improved. They aren't fixed, and they surely aren't improved in any significant way. I'm just reporting it, and drawing a general (and accurate) conclusion about considering "network upgradable" to be anything more than marketing hype.
You don't like what I'm saying, okay, more power to you. I'm still saying it, though. And I'm still right, so there's that.
My Minolta X-700 SLR from the 70s takes better pictures than most DSLRs today. Fluorite lenses FTW.
You *DO* know they make A-to-K mount rings, right?
Only if people from Dell have a similar complaint and then manage to come across the same attorneys.
A "failure" here includes an app that crashes. In your case you're saying the touch screen has failed to work, 4 times in a row, and somehow you know it's about to be 5 times.
The chance of a failure involving the touchscreen is statistically (from the report you didn't read) 3%. Raising 0.03 to the fifth power gives a failure rate of 0.0000000243.
Still going with Occam.
Well, literally hundreds of millions of people (per year) buy iPhones (last 12 months was 215 million) and don't have this problem.
I could see you getting a bad phone - shit happens. I could (just about) see you getting *two* bad phones out of two. There is no way I'd buy that you got three successive phones that failed in the same way, as for five ? Well, I'll be charitable and say you must be the unluckiest person on the planet. Is your name Brian by any chance ?
For reference: "In line with the firm’s fourth-quarter report, a study that analyzed smartphone failures during the first quarter of 2016 determined that Android devices cause far more problems for their owners than iPhones. According to Blancco Technology Group’s new data, 44% of Android phones experienced failures between January and March of this year, compared to 25% of iPhones"
Occam's razor says I still think you don't look after the phone, assuming you're telling the truth. Sorry.
Who goeth a-borrowing goeth a-sorrowing. -- Thomas Tusser