13 posts • joined 20 Jul 2009
Picture from the teardown. Doesn't look user replaceable.
OMAP5 is coming. With hardware virualisation + a dock with display port, usb 3 and ethernet.
Support for QNX and Android etc.
Havind a dedicated Cisco tablet seems like a waste of resources.
It's a wonder that Apple employees are able to make children...
When reviewing these items...
Please compare with e.g. a Domestic freeview TV/ STB (E.g. the Sony Freeview Box) and see how many channels that picks up in comparison with the same aerial.
Else it is hard to gauge performance
How are they gonna stop the towerblocks with their cantennas?
MUPPETS ......we should have got behind and supported the kangaroo.
If a company e.g. outsources their CAD drafting work to India. Will they have to pay VAT on the services if the client is based in UK?
Yes they do.
You need a easy way for ideas to flow up the organisation, get users used to asking for advice on more than desktop support. If desktop support is too awkward, people tend to resort to self fix / colleague fix. Which is hard for the IT leadership to monitor improve process.
is it just me....
Or it the latitude range getting a little too complicated?
Now a completely sealed / waterproof laptop with a wireless dock could be a very cool thing.
What a load of poop
ID card should also have RSA style 2 factor authentication built in also (like pn + token no). Would be a boon for accessing websites . Secure transaction etc.
77 quid or whatever it is is a f*cking ripoff for a bit of paper / plastic.
Anyone else slightly scared where this is going?
Once the systems get linked up enough and most of our data is easily harvested. What is to stop the controlling authorities to start doing experiments / simulations on the general population for fun....
Just because it's possible doesen't mean we have to use it.
Just get a big frickin' laser and etch all the really important stuff you want to keep onto the surface of the moon.
I'm not suprised....
For that amount of money a plasterer could easily chase the wires into the wall. Eliminating the need for wireless.
If it was say 200USD the story would be different.
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