147 posts • joined 13 Apr 2013
Not to worry
That cloud computing thingy is the greatest invention since the wheel... or NOT!
In addition to making lots of money, does Musk make lots of meritless claims?
AMD and HSA are the clear choice
That however won't stop Nvidia nor InHell from doing their own thing and suffering the consequences as both try to find a viable business plan now that their empires are crumbling.
Those who are honest are not motivated by the amount of money they receive as a reward, they are motivated by doing what is right. If the amount of the reward is what determines what a person does, then they have no moral compass and that will eventually be their downfall.
I'll take odds on this
Manning and his lawyer haven't got a snowball chance in Hell of a presidential pardon. There is probably less than 1% of people in the U.S. that think what Manning did was right. That leaves roughly 90% who think Manning is guilty of treason. The judicial system is in place to protect society from predators like Manning. There isn't any chance of a presidential pardon for him.
No surprise here
The clueless TWITS need to get a life.
Life's a bitch
...and then you die.
If you must warn them
It's way too late.
I hope so
I hope Manning has to spend everyone of the 90 years in prison.
...can be led down any profitable path by a charlatan.
Re: Chop off their hands and gouge out their eyes
This isn't a bad suggestion but the bleeding hearts of the world would be aghast at proper punishment for piracy.
Before you know it...
...someone will declare an economic recession in Asia, the UK and U.S.
He already misses his girl friend and home. His life in Russia is not looking too promising. Reality has a way of catching up to traitors.
This is no surprise
Snowden, ASSange and Fat Boy Dotcom constantly make meritless claims. Only a gullible fool would believe these attention seeking morons.
Wow, 136 years !
That would be great if the judge gives Manning the full 136 years in prison without parole. Now THAT would be justice for a change. Blighty could learn something from this case regarding punishment for cyber crims.
Here's a clue
Other countries do exactly the same monitoring as the U.S. It's a necessity to maintain world peace and reduce terrorism and crime. Just because the assembled masses are clueless doesn't mean there is anything wrong with this surveillance.
Another one bites the dust...well maybe another two bites the dust?
AMD is focused on all viable revenue streams
AMD is not abandoning the X86 market at all. They are just expanding their offerings into other markets as the PC industry matures and sales plateau. This is what all businesses must do to survive. Intel's sales are down as are most companies in the PC industry.
This ain't rocket science
There is no doubt that the more information that is disseminated on hacking, the worse the problem is going to get so I support the ban on this disclosure. Those who actually need to know this info. will be able to obtain it. There is no doubt that a number of white hats by day are black hats at night. Hopefully they burn in Hell for their crimes.
Just deduct it...
...from Tim Cook's $700 Million annual salary.
It's the least they can do
Any responsible entity would warn that CHILD PORN is illegal.
Assange's day will come
Sooner or later he'll decide to leave and eventually he will be caught and prosecuted for his crimes, regardless of ill-informed public opinion by the clueless.
There are a lot of dirtbags out there
It's amazing what these scumbags will do to get attention.
I'll bet the statistics don't account for rural aspects of living
I'll bet the statistics don't account for occupations and activities of rural residents, which would again make city living far more dangerous. Daily auto accidents alone in city environments raise the risk of death or serious injury.
As far as the U.S. is concerned I doubt life is any wose there than in Blighty or other parts of Europe.
Another one bites the dust
Scammers are out to fleece the ignorant. This scammer will be residing in prison for the next five years.
Hope this stupidity is defeated
It's amazing how naive people are when it comes to the operations of the world and their security.
Just expel the dumbarse kids
It's a PITA dealing with dumbarse kids who don't want to abide by the rules of society. Just expel their arses and let them use home schooling or remain dumbarses.
Die shrinks below 32nm have resulted in almost zero compute performance gains as Ivy bridge and Haswell confirm. The primary benefit to smaller die shrink is lower power consumption - but even with lower power consuption the transistor density creates serious cooling issues which require slower CPU frequencies or expensive cooling systems. The days of significant gains from die shrinks are long gone. AMD's 28nm Jaguar core CPUs are as good or better than Intel's 22nm chips as far as CPU performance per watt and overall power consumption is concerned.
Lotus F1 is just branding no matter how many Lotus you see in the parking lot. In fact there was litigation over this a few years ago. Lotus F1 is only Lotus in name.
That being said they do pretty well for a mid-budget team. Their chassis seems to be a fundamentally good design that is adaptable to most tracks. CFD is a catch 22 in that the results are only as good as the data input and the software. While Boeing is certainly an expert on airflow, the airflow on a vehicle traveling on the ground vs. in the air is considerably different.
They did exactly what they should have done
They followed orders and did exactly what they were suppose to do and no one was harmed or even endangered.
Let's be honest
The majority of people in the world are clueless. They have no idea that their very security has depended on national and world surveillance since the world wars. If these clueless masses had any idea of what the security people do to protect them from harm every day, they might understand the necessity to monitor all forms of communication. Alas, most people are simply too dumb to appreciate the efforts of their own governments and allies. It won't matter how much you try to educate them because they have no understanding of how the world really operates because others have protected them for decades.
If it was in the range of $800 and had an AMD A10-5750, then I might consider it.
AMD is moving forward
AMD has definitely found new markets and products that are helping them rebuild in a very bad economic environment worldwide. That's impressive. A $29 millon quarterly loss on a billion dollars in sales is insignificant in the grand scheme of business. Some of the previous quarters AMD made good money but showed negative numbers because they purchased SeaMicro, bought out of exclusive CPU production with GloFo, etc.
Someone who doesn't understand the accounting - and there are many who fall into this category, falsely conclude that AMD has only experienced red ink in recent times, which is untrue. In addition SeaMicro will be bringing in nice revenue and developing new micro servers by Q4 of '13. It's good that AMD has made the painful transition but they seem well positioned going forward despite the naysayers.
I hope some fool shoots one down...
...and goes to prison for 5 years. We'll see how they like that punishment. The FAA has already warned these clowns what is in store if they shoot at a drone or a normal aircraft.
The people who write and distribute...
...this SCUMWARE should be hung by their balls for about six months until they have a clue.
They must use 10,000 volt grid power in China?
So once again the kneejerk reaction is wrong
I'd have no reservations flying on any current commercial aircraft. The 787 battery deal was a fluke and has now been over-engineered to compensate for what may have actually been a slight battery manufacturing issue. That of course won't stop the clueless media from hyping every incident from a bug hitting the windshield to an uncleaned seat pocket...
no surprise here
Carter was booted from office because he is a highly educated individual who is an idealist and out of touch with reality. He lives in a 1950's world, not the modern world.
I doubt it
Since numerous entities have developed the same basic tech concurrently over the past few years I doubt Apple's current patent will be sustained on appeal.
IB and Haswell a big disappointment
By almost any metric IB and Haswell are a big disappointment and offer little reason for anyone to upgrade.
AMD is doing better
no matter if you use GAAP or non-GAAP, AMD is doing better in a very dismal economic environment worldwide. The one penny diff between GAAP and non-GAAP is meanless. What is important is that AMD's console contracts account for approx. 5 Million custom APUs over the next few years. It also sends a clear message that AMD's APUs are superior and the future as they are literally changing the PC landscape for the better and forever. Discrete CPU/GPU components will be a very limited market segment going forward in all market segments as APUs are superior in price, performance and energy consumption.
It will all work out
Eventually the perps will be caught and prosecuted. What goes around generally comes around. Prison will be a good education for the perps.
...it's good to hit people between the eyes to wake them up.
If the claims are true...
...then I hope they pay a high price for throttling traffic.
Only in America...
The paid liars will try anything to get some of Apple's billions of cash stash.
Typical knee jerk reaction
The batteries are not suspect. It's in the galley area and could be something as simple as a coffee pot left on or overheated.
Works for me
I hope the CIA makes Snowden's dreams come true.
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