Intel still doesn't get it.
2479 posts • joined 19 Oct 2008
Intel still doesn't get it.
Most of the picture is black.
Thought this was about the Windows Phone that only got a handful of backers.
All Windows vendors have the same cognitive delay. For them to realize a version of Windows is unfit for purpose it has to be unavailable for sale.
You do know that the purpose of the Foundation is education, right? Supplying your industrial controls development needs is an incidental sideline.
One would think if the clocks are mentioned you might also mention that there are 4 cores, they're 64 bit, there's a better GPU. You know, for completeness.
But then comment posting on the forum is still hosed as well, so... Sigh. Your ad network or whatever appears to be locking the page until it completes a very slow media load on detection of a mobile browser. Which is counter to the general tech-savvy nature of the site. Aspiring to be the next Yahoo?
It's a proper PC on a SODIMM. What a wonderful world.
We have it. And not just in Telecom. Apparently appointing the fox to guard the henhouse is blatantly, unashamedly direct official policy now.
We've covered the small capacity. Now let's talk about the large chips.
Look at those beasts. They're huge! If this is what it takes for 32GB capacity, they're going to need 6 or 7 die shrinks before this can fit a marketable amount of capacity on that board. Might as well back RAM chips with capacitors or something.
What is this, flash storage for ants?
The first article I read on this today managed to say NASA planned a mission to !Go! to a black hole. So good catch avoiding that potato reportage quality.
Everybody knows the OS isn't software.
That's good news for the consumer. And bad news for spinning rust.
I look forward to watching another flight next week.
Market share of IE is down by half this year. Is that mentioned?
The tort lawyers cannot escape the cash horizon
First quality submarine drones for the aquatic enthusiast. Made in Taiwan from a clever engineering design quite like that used by the US military. Fully autonomous. Lithium rechargable batteries, runs for days. HD webcam standard, optional sensor packages available.
Explore your underwater world without getting cold and wet. Only at finer department stores and online via Amazon.com.
Tough market for storage startups.
Uncle Larry is not in the "giving stuff away" business.
You should've started migrating then, not now.
There's a mossy little two bedroom house in downtown Bellevue, Washington. The glass skyscraper is literally wrapped around it, towering over everything. With only a Northern frontage, sunlight has not struck that house since the tower was built.
Of course Microsoft would plead incompetence before malice.
But does it matter?
Windows is more secure if it can't communicate over any networks.
> And if you choose to do so, you'll be helping to chip away at Intel's domination of desktop CPU world and inject a little more competition and innovation into the market. ®
Or you could just get a Chromebook and an Android tablet. They work well with your phone, and inject even more competition and innovation into the market.
People in swing states lied to the pollsters. Deliberately. That is what went wrong. And that is the end of the utility of polling.
Like we wouldn't anyway.
MJF covers "all things Microsoft". All the action is in mobile these days, and she would like to stay relevant, but Microsoft is dead in mobile. So rumors like this give her hope. That is what it's good for. She thinks it might bring Microsoft Windows to mobile.
It won't. Emulation is slow. It's not gonna happen. She fell for this once before, when reporting on the release of the original ARM based Surface.
How you bring Windows to the mobile ARM platform is simple: you don't ever stop developing it for multiple platforms. Unfortunately for Microsoft, they crossed that bridge and burned it over 20 years ago.
Now let's look at Firestone auto maintenance chain. They rob people in the same way.
Where have I read this before?
Apparently Microsoft is a top Linux vendor. Who knew?
"Really, I'm not out to destroy Microsoft. That will just be a completely unintentional side effect." - Linus
Bonus: "If Microsoft ever does applications for Linux it means I've won." - Linus
Too hilly for a solar roadway. If there are some lava tubes nearby, those might do for a base though. Gotta start somewhere.
... for the copyright maximalists and their war on the Commons. Just the copyright part of this treaty was grand theft of public property on a global scale.
Use of the office to meddle in the election is just cause for termination.
But everybody knows the FBI is Republican and the CIA is Democrat. The NSA won't say who they're rooting for.
SpaceX hasn't reflown a rocket yet. Let's not get ahead of ourselves.
The plan is never to get less money out of the same customer. Never.
I imagine there is far too much to browse tonight. Some of the NASA stuff looks interesting.
In Q2 Microsoft's phones are no longer called out by name in Strategy Analytics' report. They are grouped in "other", and all of "other" sold 0.3%.
>" (2) most HP models with PCL support work fine"
HP buys companies from time to time, occasionally even printer companies. To my understanding only these recent acquisitions lack Linux printer support, and only for a short time. In servers (Compaq) and printers HP Linux support has always been leading, not following. It is their consumer and client tat that seems willing to require the Beast.
The transition to mobile is here. Surprised it took so long.
The pee sea can't dry fast enough to suit me.
I remember these from the Vista campaign. They kept trying to convince the world Vista was going gangbusters because they had sold a lot of licenses. But usage wasn't showing up because everyone was using their "downgrade".
It's all the same to their bottom line though. They still got the money.
At this time however it looks like that "1 billion installs" target for Windows 10 is far away indeed. Developers can take their sweet time moving over.
You weren't using Windows for anything important, were you?
Macros in the original sense were great. Making them Turing Complete was the mistake.
A billion Vulcan devices shipping next year? Devs better skill up.
In this case, "Enterprise" is defined as "Idiots spending way too much of somebody else's money on technology they're not personally going to have to use." Microsoft's ideal market - a field where the end user already knows he's a victim of procurement even before delivery, and must trudge on making the most of it because every month the rent comes due.
Because nobody sane would spend this much of their own money, or choose this.
Once upon a time their response would have been: "So?"
What is this? Memory for ants?
And disk... So slow.
Perhaps examination of her emails revealed that they didn't want her to send any more of them in her official capacity. Probably for her own good.
She lied to Congress on the set top box thing, on behalf of the MPAA.