Internet of Trash
39 posts • joined 3 Sep 2009
Internet of Trash
It's just a PR show + tax avoidance.
Some of the Samsung printers/cartridges are OEM by HP.
It just works.™
There isn't such a thing call 'quality advertisement'.
IoT - Internet of Tears
Tegra can't compete, Nvidia decides to sue.
Powered by NSA.
Any screenshot of the notification bar? I have seen my colleagues' LG phone notification bar is so cluttered out of the box that it reminds me of a toolbar ridden desktop web browser.
M$ Scroogle campaign anyone?
Alright HTC, where the hell is 4.3 or 4.4 for Butterfly S?
Federal Bitcoin Institute.
Can any industry insider points out if this Corning-Samsung deal will affect Apple?
From what I have observed, HP breeds the worst engineers I ever encountered - engineers who speculates instead of analyse. Worse than those 'expert opinions'.
P. S. I am a contractor for HP.
I killed somebody to understand the complex human anatomy.
"The Avoton also has a controller to drive four USB 4.0 ports and another controller for various legacy I/O devices."
Can anyone show me how a USB 4.0 port looks like?
What rounds numbers? The numbers you quoted are base 2.
Which is why Seagate warranty now comes with a year only!
If you can't innovate, litigate.
Does it stands for BlowJob Party?
Siri, play my porn collection!
What the fuck is wrong for buying fake and cheap stuff?
If this type of trends continues in China, no one will want to invest there.
Quicktime (for Windows) has become a bloatware nowadays!
Now it just looks like Sony XMB except for icons, we have images for each item.
The whole article wrap with a single hyperlink!
Please do not listen to the crackheads @ A*STAR. That institute/organisation invents nothing fruitful whilst wasting Singapore tax payers money.
Ya right, just like how Apple does things...
The rain has stopped; just that the water cannot be cleared.
One Rich Arsehole Calls Larry Ellison
HTC is a Taiwanese firm! Definitely not Korean.
Wait wait, since when games are essential?
Pfft... stop recommending the malware-ridden Digsby to others.