Earlier. Silver certificates.
Earlier. Silver certificates.
The only thing worth using on yahoo is mail, which I suspect is where the traffic comes from
Flickr is all I'm concerned about. Other than that, Yahoo is valueless to me.
Meanwhile, Trump has had four bankruptcies and is the subject of multiple class action suits over the scam that was Trump University.
Multiple is a bit of an understatement 3500 would be more accurate http://www.usatoday.com/story/...
Wasn't Bill Clinton raked over the coals by the Reps. for having just one!
Kurzweil ist a stellar example for that. He is also wrong, 100 years ago, Newspapers were rare and expensive, but they did report all the things that mattered. At that time, the idea was already several centuries old (on paper).
This is the problem with having a plutocracy. You have to make up lots of bullshit jobs for all the kids-of-someone-rich who didn't win at the talent lottery.
How do Chromecast, Miracast, "Ipad cast" work?
Big momentary glitches, visible compression artifacts all the time, lots of processor overhead you don't get with a wired link.
HDMI has bandwidth of 340MHz, and throughput of 18 Gbit/s. Get back to me when your WiFi can support that.
My stereo has neither USB nor bluetooth, and damned if I'm gonna buy a new stereo with my new phone.
A bluetooth receiver costs all of $5... I've got a couple to retrofit otherwise decent (and expensive) older car stereos/entertainment systems. The sound quality of bluetooth in general is no match for hard-wired, but it's an option.
My concerns are much more practical... FM radio is a nice option to have in phones, and the headphone cord doubles as the antenna. Bluetooth obviously can't do that.
I also like the no-brainer ability to just plug in a cord and everything works... No navigating menus to select the device you want to send sound to.
I also flatly refuse to hassle with a bunch of different devices with separate batteries that need routine recharging. That's the only reason I don't carry around a bluetooth earpiece and keyboard with my phone... If they could both securely clip-on to my phone and have contacts allowing them to recharge their own batteries from my (larger) phone while not in-use, I'd love to have them. Until that happens, no go. My corded ear-buds (sitting in my bag for years) will be ready to go whenever I want with no maintenance.
When somebody puts a site on the web they are making it publicly available to anybody that wants to connect to it. Trying to to then impose constraints on how people access that content *after making it available* has no moral validity at all. The web was not invented to be "monetised", and fuck corporate apologists like you would try to rewrite history to make it so.
I'd like to see this with bluetooth instead of a dock so you can just leave the phone in your pocket. Not sure if the bandwidth would work though.
One of the big things the Lapdock provided was POWER to the phone... Can't get that if you leave your phone in your pocket.
And no, bluetooth doesn't provide remotely enough speed for screen updates... WiFi is faster, but still not realistically fast enough, and you'd have to lose your internet connectivity to use it that way. Not to mention your phone would be consuming a lot of power just to refresh the screen, instead of doing any useful work.
The headphone jack has worked for 50 years and it can work for another 50 more because it's universal.
50 years ago, most everyone's headphone jacks were 1/4" (6.35mm), and only monaural. They introduced 3.5mm (still mono) way back when, but almost nobody was using them until much more recently. When stereo was needed, two 3.5mm jacks/pins were used side-by-side. It was only more recently that 3-connector stereo jacks were introduced.
They also shrunk it again to 2.5mm, which was popular on dumb phones and 2-way radios, but that one didn't catch on too well. But you can just as easily say that sub-mini plug has been around for decades, so we should all be happy to use that...
And they added a 4th conductor, most often for video (but possibly for a microphone), but nobody agreed to a standard so the wiring is always incompatible between devices, and that didn't catch on very well, either.
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