One observation leads to dozens of more questions.
680 posts • joined 9 Jun 2008
One observation leads to dozens of more questions.
If user A is being throttled because of exceeding some cap, how can they measure this? Other users on the same link would be fine. Couldn't they only tell if the link was being throttled for everyone?
I recall years ago I had a version of MS SDK that used an ActiveX installer running under IE6.
Worst install ever.
Don't DeepMind’s neural networks also consume power and require cooling? (Unless they're using a rat's brain in a jar.) Are they sure there's a net gain?
E. Miscreants learn how to infect the Scalar i3 tape library with ransomware.
F. Restores are carelessly done to a system still infected.
Some day you will be tried, convicted and sentenced by an AI computer. No need for those expensive judges and lawyers and scarce court rooms.
Yes I'll be keeping my netbook thank you very much. And it runs Windows 7.
Should have named it Shark with Laser.
Why bother? Looks like there are plenty of victims ready to cough up without it.
"That's the kind of combination an idiot would put on his luggage!"
Might as well, the TSA and all the crooks know how to open it anyway.
That's a refreshing change from 11111111.
Do us a favor and delete it all? Thanks very much.
Where I live the real estate agents drop notepads off regularly so I have a stack piled up.
...six-core i9 ... 4.8Ghz ... 32GB of DDR4 ... Radeon GPU with 4GB DDR5 ...4TB of SSD...
what good it is if the keyboard doesn't work?
"UMC, Taiwan’s oldest semiconductor assembly line, has been expanding operations in China"
I'm surprised China doesn't kick them out too. China has been putting the heavy squeeze on Taiwan lately.
If you talk in your sleep .... is Google listening?
Ha ha ..... my upvote made the count 13 !!
If you give an unmotivated person a lengthy crushingly boring job requiring constant attention, don't be surprised at the result.
So this is how on those cop shows they can hack in to any camera anywhere.
Why would they upgrade an old product rather than sell you a new one?
MY guess the real number is between 10 and 20.
FBI: end of the world as we know it
Where's George Clooney when you need him?
These are the guys that pass the laws allowing them to snoop on everyone, then get upset when they find out someone else is doing it. /cynic
At least you have something to push.
I'm not surprised, with all the data collection/mining going on now.
It makes sense that any patch could contain a flaw that requires another patch. For example, every month for a year Microsoft has sent me KB2952664.
Take Facebook's away from them. Solves two problems at once.
Wonderful teaching resource, shows you how to turn a pop bottle into a ballistic missile.
HAMR...MAMR.... what the hell do they need all that enormous storage for? So Google/Facebook/NSA/FSB can store more and more information on us? Stop the train, I want to get off.
Miserable getting caught, isn't it?
Don't use Best Buy's service, better yet don't do business with them at all.
This is why we need AI so badly - to distinguish the good from the bad guys.
...for those individuals walking around looking at their iToys instead of where they're going.
Maybe they've figured out a way to use those bladeless fans for propulsion.
Wait ... with 12000 satellites, couldn't they task a few for the rest of us poor folk?
"...still run Windows 98 ..."
The ones I worked on some years ago ran OS/2.
... lack of documentation ...
Unfortunately they stored it all in the Cloud.
"...not true anywhere else..."
It makes me cry to see to amount of taxpayer money pissed away by this, mostly to IBM...
When I fly somewhere I like to put a lock on my suitcase. The lock must be TSA approved, which means they (and almost anyone else) can open it. Consequently it makes no sense to put anything of value in there.
This is what the FBI wants with your device. If it comes to pass, people will adapt, which means not keeping anything private on the device, and finding another way to do things. My device has a password, but there is nothing in there to protect, I just do it to make life harder for the crooks (and whoever) if it is stolen.
I hate what they're doing to citizen's rights in the name of terrorism, but the horses are all gone now and most people don't care.
How is it a company that nets $7.8m in a good year is worth 1.6 billion? That's 0.5 percent. Better to put their money in a bank account.
Kill ..... Kill ....
When I was shopping for a mobile, replaceable battery was one of my checkboxes. I chose a LG-G4. When (if) it needs a new battery, it will take all of 30 seconds to replace.
It's not just ad blockers, using a VPN can trigger captcha blocks. Even Google search does it. I hate the damn things and always find somewhere else to go.
What I'd like to know is, if the American officials are so freaked out, why they allowed Kaspersky's tools on their computers in the first place.
"...the exception of some Atom processors..."
Joy ..... my 6 year old netbook is secure.
Does it use another 1.35 MW for cooling? Or do they use it to warm Tokyo in winter?
Get a life.
Bring your own wheels? Cool
All that crashing, reloading and notifications, will make for a great user experience. Glad I use firefox.
Isn't this the industry norm? Let the user do the testing.....
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