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How they have pulled the said build so very much a none!
347 posts • joined 29 May 2009
How they have pulled the said build so very much a none!
[quote]After all, nobody would ever ignore best practice right?[/quote]
In the same way no one would release an update without testing it first and taking notice of an problems said testing flagged up
Imagine that the man is transexual and is looking at the lady is red shoes and thinking "I would look good in them shoes" and the image is changed completely different!
A picture without context is a poor thing to get angry about!
but Apple is closer to 90% of the profits. I know if I owned a business which I would like to be.
So your saying defending your valid patent which you have used to make and sell thing is bad but buying patents so you can sue someone is all fine. Could this article be more Facebook is great, go Facebook go (RAR RAR RAR!_
Whatsapp encrypts messages end to end but the "new will not take up any space on your Google account" backup is not.
There does not appear to be an option to still encrypt the backup and have it take up space on you account :/
how many offsite scripts these websites are going to need in order to display.
you can force a downgrade from 1.3 to 1.2 in some way
YOu have put an extra ' at the end of your link
It does not have 256GB of DRAM on board not at that price anyway, looking around I see it should be 256MB of DRAM.
Looks realistic to me /sarcasm
True but in all your examples the newer technology was fast, cheaper and more reliable with a better life span, sadly at this point SSD over HDD is faster, more expensive and with a short life span.
makes about as much sense as driving a supercar around with the hand brake on.
While "The age of hard drives is over as Samsung cranks out consumer QLC SSDs" it will not happen while you use such a slow interface!
The device uses 32 x 1Tbit (128GB) 64-layer V-NAND die and does 540MB/sec sequential reads and 520MB/sec sequential writes, looks like it is hitting the limit of Sata.
If we look at a HDD say the Seagate BarraCuda (1TB around £40 and 2TB for about £52) (https://hddmag.com/seagate-barracuda-review/) we see it has does 210.9MB/sec sequential reads and 205.2MB/sec sequential writes. Yes quite a lot slow but at a massively lower price, which in the mass market is key.
For speed you would want something like 970 EVO POLARIS 2TB M.2 2280 PCI-E 3.0 X4 NVME SOLID STATE DRIVE, (3500MB/sec sequential reads and 2500MB/sec sequential writes)
TLDR if your going to go and buy a still relatively expensive SSD over a HDD for increased performance atleast ditch the handbrake that is the SATA III interface.
"Piriform said that even when its Active Monitoring tool is turned off, it will still collect, for its own internal analytics, some anonymized information, such as the installed version, which features have been used, and details useful for hunting bugs. The developer, though vague on exactly what is slurped, assured users that the snooping was nothing to be afraid of."
When you collect data you should always say what and why you are collecting and above all allow me to opt out of it!
Sorry it looks way to expensive for me to play that.
I'm guessing even with them getting 100% of the money nothing is going to be any cheaper!
Maybe instead of not putting it on the play store they should do both, that way people would get a choice.
my mum will shoot!
If you can not answer why doing something is good or bad for you it junk science!
Questionnaires Science can give an idea of where to look for answer it does not in of itself answer any. Remember the simple correlation is not causation!
<quote>She argued that getting people off Facebook isn't a terribly good idea because not being able to volunteer a social media profile can make someone the subject of suspicion in countries such as the US.</quote>
Seeing that most people do not have a Facebook account, I find the idea of not being able to volunteer a social media profile can make someone the subject of suspicion in countries such as the US to be utter garbage.
Most likely because they where cheap
The scariest quote in the hold article and at the heart of what is wrong with"Autopilot"
<quote>Enhanced Autopilot feature – which was supposed to grant vehicles the ability to drive themselves semi-autonomously under human supervision.<quote>
People are bad at pastively supervising and then take with no notice when a critical decision has to be taken. It looks to me a large factor in the Uber crash.
The idea that the car can drive itself then when it has a problem seamlessly hand control to the uptil then car passenger is deeply flawed and it is a design that is going to kill people!
Indeed if you have that level of access security become a fig leaf. Sure it seems to cover up the private stuff but with poke it the right place it is all laid bare.
Or they could just cut back on the data collection. It should be up to me to turn it on what I want to share and not have hunt around to turn it off!
Another correction but one of omission rather than error, you can still get a breast screening after you are 70 just you have to ask rather than being automatically invited. (https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/breast-cancer-screening/faqs/)
@1 hr LucreLout
The sums also do not account for putting money into a workplace pension.
Surely the disc where worth nothing without a valid OEM CD key?
If your going to write "Secure" code it would be a good idea to Audit all the code that includes any others people's code you are using (and libraries) is also secure?
That would be feet as 280 feet is about 85 meters.
Nobody did that is why the article reads "A patent application published yesterday" rather than "A patent granted yesterday"
Make it split the sharing stuff with your friends from the spying/data mining/advertising parts.
The Planck’s mission used leftover cosmic microwave background radiation to map the sky just after the big bang and got 67km per second per megaparsec. The second study improved on previous Hubble results by including more stars and peering 10 times farther into space and got 73km per second per megaparsec, differs from Planck’s by 9 per cent.
Considering if when you look further away it is further into the past then instead of speeding up it is slowing down?
Or they make their own ammo
I agree something is fishy about this, just what that is time will tell. The problem is by the time people figurer what that is could be too late :/
Why you ask could be the greedy can never have enough!
It is a start but in of itself has little to no reals science or as you put it:
[quote]However, the study is better seen as preliminary work than a resounding smackdown, and there are a number of caveats that need to be considered before you ditch your lunchtime bag of crisps.[/quote]
There seems to be a lot more of these "questionnaire" style of study, they can identify an area that needs a lot more study but in of itself tells use nothing. Name any food and there is likely to have been a study of this type that has said either it is good or bad for you!
As for "ultra-processed foods " it is a bit like I could say salads are bad for you, but fail to tell you what is in the salad or what dressing was used.
Sure it is, if it was truly supported then you would have added this ages ago and not with so much reluctance.
OKay so it is extended support which seems to translate to "We would rather not support it, but it would look bad to dump it"
@djstardust it was 25 half devices
Never Archive Scrap All?
patch it later, increasing a thing for both Hardware and software.
A smartphone element to an old existing patent and shazam as if by magic you have a new patent for the modern era!
A film from a short story can work, but a series from it is a bit of a stretch?
The first standards for 5G have been agreed, meaning industry can press ahead with hyping up 6G/
[quote]Google Play reports a mere 50,000 download of Essential's Camera app so far, the Android Police blog notes. This doesn't paint the full picture, but it can be assumed a fairly complete one, barring a few brush strokes*.[/quote]
An odd way to count sales, considering when you connect to the play store they knows what phone you are using!
So rather than count some app downloads they could say how many of the phone had been to the play store instead?
[quote]In the context of the Civil War, Lincoln also memorialized the sacrifices of those who gave their lives at Gettysburg and extolled virtues for the listeners (and the nation) to ensure the survival of America's representative democracy: that "government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from ...[/quote]
Sadly he lost the page on which he defined who or what the people was.
The bonus is you do not have to work for them anymore.
Showing the same price on Amazon too.
That would a good but for the problem they do not have the 513,774.16 coins spare to give away.
If only we had cycle lanes that were not a narrow strip on on the left hand side of the road where the drains hide, more commonly called the gutter.
[quote]"Various secure variables (cryptographic keys that allowed access to DXC procured Amazon Web Services resources) were hardcoded into a piece of work being shared between multiple teams and with the project architect."
Then on September 27, a member of the technical team created a personal space on the public Github, and the code was loaded to this unsecured repository that allowed individuals as yet unknown to access and use it.[quote]
Hard Coding cryptographic keys into anything sounds like a very stupid thing to do the unsecured repository just let it out into the wild.
I believe not as it was the special "multi-signature Ethereum wallets " that had the problem and not all the wallets used to hold Ethereum
That is not due to NoScript but the number of off site scripts some web sites seem to need to display content. Even the simple Google.co.uk as scripts from 5 different domains.
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