Re: I use me as the themostat
It's the opposite in Phoenix Arizona.
Too hot, turn on the A/C.
Too cold, turn off the A/C.
WTF is a boiler?
347 posts • joined 19 Feb 2008
It's the opposite in Phoenix Arizona.
Too hot, turn on the A/C.
Too cold, turn off the A/C.
WTF is a boiler?
Well you're right about things being different in different regions. Here in Phoenix Arizona all we care about is cooling (air conditioning) and not heating. For heating most homes use a heat pump (a/c run in reverse) or for those who have gas in their neighborhood, then a gas furnace. And that gets turned on maybe 3 months out of the year.
Can't speak of the other items due to lack of experience but I can assure you my DJI Phantom couldn't at any velocity break a cockpit window or puncture a tyre.
Remember when Steve Jobs said FaceTime was going to be released as open source? Yes I'm still bitter.
So I'm pretty sure I have a 20% off coupon there, however, I bet this product will be excluded.
Considering I live in the US and I've never heard of this store I'm not surprised.
When I was younger I sure bought into the write once run everywhere mantra. Since the realities of Java's security issues have become obvious I've whittled down my Java dependencies down to one app. For the rare occasion (once a year?) I purchase something on eBay I use JBidwatcher. Runs brilliantly in Java on my Mac.
I just need everyone to move to HD Voice like the G.722 codec. We have IP phones which compress everything using non-HD codecs, then our conference bridge is external which again compresses everyone using a non-HD codec. By the time I am hearing people from around the world with different accents and sometimes on mobiles with worse call quality/compression I cannot understand half of what is said. I can't believe we still have the same low (or lower) quality phone connections we've had for decades.
You say: Don't use Verizon or AT&T. They've got the crappiest service
What?! In the U.S. they are the only ones with good coverage. They have the best service. (You didn't mean customer service right?)
How do I get one in the states?!
So we all know what "c**t" is referring to. Was this censored in the book, or by El Reg? And if so, is there a list of words that El Reg won't post? Because clearly "fuck" isn't among them.
The new Amazon Fire HDX 8.9 suffers from the same problems as being pretty much identical to the 2013 version. I'll be curious if you have a similar article about that, or if only Apple gets the love.
Andy Prough says:
Who are you talking to? Why would I care? Your comments aren't even responsive to anything I said in any perceptible way.
Whoa! Slow down there Nelly! Your original post said:
Seems like the only reason to do that is to make darn sure no one ever repairs one. Keep that upgrade purchase cycle alive and well.
The AC's post was addressing what you said. He explained if you needed something repaired you could get it done under warranty. That also explained how you wouldn't be contributing to the upgrade cycle. Not sure why you couldn't see how that directly addressed some of your concerns. Your response sounded downright spiteful.
Your misspelling of Apple like a whiney child really improves your street cred here. Hate all you want but grow up.
No! No! If there isn't a riot there isn't a story! Ah the Daily Mirror mode of journalism I see...
Clearly (unlike me) you don't know any Google fanbois.
I thought to be called a Worm the software has to distribute itself?
This is a Trojan Horse that installs a botnet client. Not a Worm, not a Virus.
The cloudy bit is easy. Got Ethernet? You can have a cloud.
So will this replace Raspian on the Raspberry Pi? I'm all for a consistent/standardized streamlined embedded OS standard. But at the same time this reminds me of Swift that Apple released...
Is it an answer to a question no one asked?
It's probably missing approval from needed bods who lacked incentive.
You said: Phones generally can't be upgraded to support the tech if they didn't ship with it.
Wow, actually with iOS 8 all the iPhones 5s, 5c, 5, and 4s will also get this feature, so no that's not that accurate.
I don't expect El Reg to simply regurgitate some market analyst with a shoddy track record.
This is covered in better detail here and proves this market analyst is not that reliable:
Damn: Don't know if my "Think" Clients was a typo or an autocorrect issue but it's too late to edit the post now. :(
Weren't these called Terminals back in the day? (When the Cloud was called a Mainframe)
Then Think Clients? (When the Cloud was called a Server)
While the technology stack is compelling (192 core GPUs in an under $300 package) I think the industry shut the door on this type of setup a while ago.
How do you magnetically detect a tree? I must have missed the article that covered that topic.
Was I the only person who thought the picture of Deral Heiland had him wearing a fez? Not sure what that is behind him.
So given a choice between the DOJ and Apple...
Here's an interesting take. http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702303740704577527211023581798
"Roll on the iHinge. Who ever said that Apple under Tim Cook was dull?"
Lately your negative Apple comments have felt more like trolling but that one was funny. I am an Apple fan but I can laugh at something funny.
Wasn't going to read yet another net neutrality article until I saw the image of Flufflepuff dancing on a rainbow. Well played. And after reading the entire article it does offer an interesting perspective.
Notice the link at the top of this page that says, "Send Corrections"
You could've just submitted it there instead of posted publicly.
AC says: Which is exactly why Apple are outselling Samsung Galaxy S3/S4's...... oh, err...
While I agree Android devices (over all models) outsell the iPhone, The Samsung Galaxy S3 and S4 have not outsold the iPhone. Stop living in your dreamworld of unicorns and rainbows.
Unicorns and Rainbows: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRC4Vk6kisY
So Android tabs can be purchased in squids? Good to know says Zoidberg!
If I was Apple, I'd buy Qualcomm and beat them until they had one chip that did all bands. Then I'd sell a world iPhone.
Steve, you would put non-ECC RAM in an Enterprise installation? I don't like that my laptop doesn't have ECC RAM let alone my servers!
Was that in Windows? I've been bitten before by poor Linux drivers for trackpads. They just don't seem to get them right. So if it was in Linux, check how it works in Windows before you blame the hardware.
Chris 244 is right. It's 16 Gb AKA 2 GB.
What? This is equivalent in hardware (not capabilities) to Apple's Lightning to HDMI cable which also snaps apart and doesn't have proprietary screws. Of course, neither has anything you could replace or upgrade so who cares how take-apart-able it is?
As for flat edges, I would think someone so well versed in industrial design to be able to fault Apple's designs and who is familiar with Pentalobe vs Torx vs Phillips screw types would know that cutting a straight edge is much easier (i.e. cheaper) then cutting a rounded edge.
Paris, because she's just as confused as you.
Clearly he is bagging on Dell to bring the stock price down so his private offer looks better. And he's in a good position to be able to do that too. Is that legal?
You say: He's not trying to get the price down
Then you say: talking down ... the company brings the current price of the shares [down]
Way to contradict yourself. Well done sir. (Sorry I used "sir" if you are female. I guess a Dark Lord could just as easily be female.)
I've been a hardcore console gamer since the Atari 2600. Looks like once the next gen consoles ship I will no longer be a console gamer.
This sounds fantastic! The world is saved!
Oh wait, I wonder if Richard Chirgwin read Dave Wilby's Register article "Hot new battery technologies need a cooling off period"
The amount of storage you get access to is infinite. It's cool because it's like Dropbox only free with unlimited storage.
While your legalese quote may be correct I find it hard to believe that appears on the VESA standard/license. Perhaps it's from when Apple was licensing the tech directly prior to VESA standard adoption.
"The fact is this discovery could help supply Japan with 60 per cent of its annual needs merely with the contents of a single vessel."
They failed to mention the vessel was 1/3 the size of Earth.
As much as I lament the de-emphasis of the Mac I can't help but notice their market share is still increasing against competitors (unlike you claim) but all computers that aren't phones or tablets are taking a hit.
I'd say the market at this point is Samsung and Apple. Even Dell looks to be losing out in this market... I mean they are solid in the data center but even Dell cites declining home sales as an excuse for their quarterly issues. And honestly, weren't home sales pretty much not important once Commodore and Atari gave up?
Ok, so he's chosen not to user a computer much (email once a day??) or even have a smart phone and never works from home. Then he uses his credentials to try to argue that no, his not lazy or technically challenged, he is doing it for the sake of brain health and so should we all!
You know that at the bottom of every El Reg article there is a link entitled "Send corrections" Instead of posting here you could've submitted the correction there.
Lord knows if they kept track of the number of corrections anyone has sent I'd have one of those little gold badges by my forum name. O:-) In fact maybe they could give out a gold Pedantic Grammar Nazi badge to people who've sent in the most corrections!
I think I'm on to something here...
I think you're missing the point. I haven't seen a graphics adapter, audio interface, video capture device, hard drive, etc that used DisplayPort as their input.
Thunderbolt allows for having a graphics card external to the computer. My guess is you have a desktop the size of a computer from 20 years ago that has a bunch of PCI ports. Good for you. Most of us real computer users have adopted laptops. But for people like me who game (or in a previous life did a lot of CAD and 3D design work) an external video card is very important for when our laptops are sitting on our desk. In fact, we could even see a line of displays that included a PCI slot to install a 3D card directly into the monitor. Since laptops either don't have a discrete 3D card or the mobile discrete cards in general aren't very powerful this is a huge plus for anyone that doesn't have a giant old style box with tons of expansion slots.
Regarding licensing, I cannot argue. I've been waiting for the ViDock to come out to add a 3D card to my wafer thin laptop. Problem is (according to Village Instruments) Intel won't let small developers develop for the standard. And another barrier to entry I understand is at least currently Mac OS X doesn't support 3D graphics cards over Thunderbolt (all though there is no reason they couldn't fix their software issues in their OS to support this.)
So the point is Thunderbolt can do a lot more than DisplayPort. But it would be much better if the licensing were more open. And its uses are going to be for new products going forward (like embedded graphics cards in monitors, A/V capture products, docking stations, etc.) not just external hard drives. Hell, I have Thunderbolt and USB 3 on my Mac and guess what 3TB external hard drive I just bought? USB 3.0.
You can bet when LightPeak finally matures (i.e. to the point of being all fiber optic like Intel originally demonstrated) Apple already has a design of the MagSafe power connector that combines the power and data into a single plug so finally laptop users only have to connect a single cable when they put their laptop on their desk. Currently even if you have a Thunderbolt display you still have to connect two cables to give you wired gigabit ethernet, USB, FireWire, Audio in and out, Thunderbolt chaining ports plus power.
Yeah. I have both Google and Apple's maps and Apple's works better and is more accurate in my area so I think the cock up about maps is damn silly. And the truth is, tackling maps is a difficult problem to begin with so errors (of which I've seen many on Google's maps) are understandable.
The date bug though, that's elementary stuff. I think it's worse.