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275 posts • joined 26 Sep 2012
Search on eBay - "Hystou Fanless Core i5 Mini PC Desktop Computer" Loads of variations.
That we know what end they're thinking of taking this idea to.
So please Mr Turnbull, If you only watch one video this year...
Why Electronic Voting is a BAD Idea
That they HAVE tried turning it On and Off again, when they should have turned it Off and then On again!
Ha, this reminds me of when I was a kid and sometimes went out with dad on a Saturday doing line testing as the 'navvies' (Irish labourers mostly from the term 'navigator' for ditch digger etc) laid new telephone cables.
I got to help make tea in a teapot about 400mm (16") across with stout handles at the front and back so that you could pick it up and pour it.
Full of water bought to a seething boil, a packet of tea (Typhoo iirc) half a bag of sugar and a lot of milk.
Everybody had strong, sweet tea with milk and liked it! :-)
The only thing that needs to happen is that when talking about the bandwidth we pay for, the words "up to" are replaced by law with the words "at least". When the law ensures that we all get what we pay for then Telco's will finally put in place an infrastructure that can actually deliver it
So there'll be no irresistible temptation to fiddle with any of this tech? - https://engineering.linkedin.com/architecture/brief-history-scaling-linkedin - for about a month at least I'm guessing.
Why insisting that Government departments adopt IPv6 never got anywhere.
"Our grandchildren will crap on our graves in revenge for the state of the world we will leave them."
I'm being a bastard and getting cremated rather than going for Carbon sequestration. The grand-kids will have been breathing atoms of me for years.
Maybe so, but the more the power companies lower their watts per dollar the better and better things like this will look. Sooner or later someone will figure out a way of manufacturing them for the right price then it's just a matter of power storage, which is already doable but also needs a price improvement.
Does that Broadcom division source the chips (CPU and now WiFi) used in the Raspberry Pi boards?
to see a picture of Jimmy Edwards labelled just "twitter_headmaster" :-(
If there's a bunch of people who pay to go in to not watch the movie, either the movies have too much time with nothing much happening to hold their attention continuously, or they are just a**holes there to annoy people. So make movies that cater to the ADD crowd and/or get some big blokes to throw the nuisances out.
I see what you did there...
The BACP people now know that harboring murderous thoughts and wanting ten minutes with the miscreants and a baseball bat can be perfectly normal.
Don't let them hear you say that! https://c9.io/
It would be much better used for the emergency services with the extra range and superior wall penetration. I think this has been mentioned in other stories earlier this year.
They already made Galileo look rubbish themselves with the Edison module - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26978356/compare-intel-galileo-and-intel-edison
There is One fibre connected to the node and likely Tens of copper lines connecting it to the premises.
Shouldn't it be called Copper To The Node (CTTN) ?
They're building a brand new fab to produce flash just when everybody is hot and sweaty for Xpoint memory which will make it all obsolete? Pull the other one.
Actually it's right. Suppose they measured the error to picosecond accuracy but the uncertainty was 140 parts per million (I have no idea what the accuracy actually was) then they have a result to within +/- 0.000000000140 of a second.
Is that when talking about the bandwidth we pay for, the words "up to" are replaced by law with the words "at least". When the law ensures that we all get what we pay for then Telco's will finally put in place an infrastructure that can actually deliver it.
Venus is closer to the Sun, has no planetary magnetic field and still has a thick dense atmosphere. Any other bright ideas? - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus
I see that Returns for SSDs seem to be limited to 15 days or so. Is that allowed now in Australia or is this the first dilution of consumer's right since the TPP? Warranties look like being with the manufacturer perhaps. Some clarification would be nice.
If there will ever be an update to my Kogan / Benq Agora-4G phone from Android 4.4.2.
Could be worse though - https://medium.com/@tuesdev/as-many-others-i-didn-t-want-to-wait-the-next-6-8-months-to-receive-a-oneplus-2-invite-ba20ac8606ae
that this serious problem has been rectified. P.S. 7 Billion people don't give a shit, why is this on an IT/tech news site?
Definition is an old and inadequate measure. The new hotness is bit-rate. Just looking at the god-awful crap that is served up in childrens TV timeslots in particular is nauseating. Lego-vision on sudden scene changes and artifacts around borders of different coloured objects make me wonder how they ever hope to keep young viewers as they grow older when they serve them low-grade slop like that. I can well imagine that even at HD for sports there will be inadequate bit-rate employed to save a bit of bandwidth and transmitter power, too bad if the rubbish codec skimps on a bit of the scene holding vital detail to see what really happened.
If we don't hear from them that there were big problems, we can assume that's because there were? ;-)
So long as they run a gold-plated nuclear-powered steam locomotive on it.
I am fed up of waiting for the trans-Atlantic one.
if the US didn't think of spooks in the five-eyes alliance as working for them too and so had equivalent information on those people too. If that was shown to have any grain of truth this could get even uglier.
"... the pay in these outfits is typically better and working conditions higher."
What, Krugerrands and flying at 30,000 plus feet? Or have you got your sentence muddled?
"... the pay in these outfits is typically higher and working conditions better."
Someone was listening... http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/06/16/aws_lambda_java_support/
That VirtualBox 5 will support headless servers, just in time for a headless version of Windows Server?
That should be 'dwarf moons'?
I wonder what average rate Telstra manages during downloading movies to T-box users.
It's all about Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics CRM. Wouldn't want to mention having private global Skype aspirations and frighten the telco's, now would we?
If making a battery pack is as complicated as building a car or truck. I wouldn't think so.
On the other hand, how many other manufacturers will join in to make an open spec' product?
84.08 KHz. Wow, it's been over 40 years since I measured an '84 Delta' pilot back in Nottingham D. :-)
"it is possible for new finds to overthrow years of research" -> "it is possible for new finds to overthrow decades of dogma" ftfy
Someone thinking outside the box.
"Chubb also reiterated his long-standing call for Australia to sort out its research priorities so as to settle what research areas it sees as important to fund in the future" -> Which children do you really want to live? Which ones do you think will contribute most to the bottom line in the future?
Over a watch with an e-ink display? I doubt it.
This makes it very clear that Microsoft's Windows 10 on ARM 7 support and development will only be there to support the relatively tiny maker market using Windows 10 on the new Pi 2 B.
I can see that already has a long future behind it.
Their left hand really doesn't know what their right hand is doing, does it?
'feral' - tfify
eBook - £5.99, Paperback - £7.99 ?
You have - "Price £3.59 (Ebook) / £5.59 (Paperback)"
Presumably not raging VAT as the eBook is 66% more and the paperback is 43% more (approx).
No worries, problem solved, Amazon has it cheaper than the publisher. Of course it does!
but not that good!
Shouldn't that be 'intragalactic' travel agency, not 'intergalactic'?
to buy shares in glove companies.
Someone begat and raised these pieces of crap. I say take them out and any family they have 2 generations either way to be sure we remove them from the gene pool. Christmas spirit can take a back seat after getting torrent-lockered. Good job I do regular backups to Blu-Ray.
Soitec, a French manufacturing company, says it has used techniques designed for making microprocessors to produce solar cells with a record-setting efficiency of 46 percent, converting more than twice as much sunlight into electricity as conventional cells.
There had better not be mirrors involved!