Re: How many times?
That would explain the deja-vu.
1569 posts • joined 6 Jun 2007
That would explain the deja-vu.
You expect this sort of thing from no-name Chinese camera makers, but a high profile company like Sony? Well I suppose their rootkit team had to go somewhere.
The point of the fiery destruction is that the probe doesn't crash in to and contaminate one of the major moons. But with all this diving in and out of the rings with a non trivial chance of collision, are the boffins sure that a debris cloud couldn't form that could eventually reach the moons?
If you thought the Windows 8/10 interface was a step backwards, just wait until you have to wear a clunky headset to use it.
They aren't forced to be a tax cheat in the same way you aren't forced in to childish uppercase name calling.
I'm pretty sure my smart TV has nowhere near room for a data set of 100GB, what gives?
The Hudson ditching was due to bird strikes taking out both engines.You might be thinking of the Colombian crash, if you are thinking at all.
Should have gone with an ARM SOC.
It's not like they haven't stolen most of the secrets already.
We are better off than the rest of Europe now, and in 5 years we'll be hell of a lot better off.
And that's not a fake story.
You don't use the calendar time set by NTP for anything other than human readable output, any program that is remotely sensitive to time differences should be using the monotonic API, which is just a value incrementing at a constant rate and completely unaffected by leap seconds or any other adjustment to the calendar time.
I was going to post vegans should go away and procreate, or a euphemism to that effect, but I'd rather they didn't breed in anyway, think of the poor children denied the delights of a bacon butty.
One word; Elop.
The US is only a week extradition treaty away...
Sorry but vegans are the most self-righteous self-denying fools on the planet, and will get no respect from me.
I'd say its less about learning something, and more about knowing they wont get the cash from congress to spunk on some even more hideously expensive ground up new design, and instead keeping favour by retaining employment at some of the old Shuttle factories.
My first job after university was writing the cabin software for the A330/A340, I hope they are using something a bit better than old 68000s in the A350.
Better than the uncontrolled test(s) on Mir.
Did they compare the result of the lip reading against the text of the BBC News subtitles? If so the error rate is going to be much higher, as the subtitles are often gibberish.
The high end Itanium systems are rotting on the vine with no significant new silicon from Intel in years, which tends to put an inverse halo on the rest of the range. Which is a shame, as a lot of the mid range systems are quite nice.
...make it up!
So we can expect armies of nutjobs marking legit stories as fakes now, so their preferred fakes wont stand out.
I was going to say something, but then I remembered the situation with UK broadband, government money and BT, and realised we are in no to position to comment.
Kind of hard to feel sorry for Linkedin now they are owned by Microsoft.
The UNHCR left out execution by anti-aircraft weapon, which he reserves for his personal favourites.
@Voland's right hand: is there no subject that you don't feel qualified to spout crap on?
Around our way not only did the new LED lights involve a pole swap, but they also removed one in every 4 poles too, so there are now great sections of what now looks like absolute darkness compared to the new bright lights.
Ironically 3 out of the 4 remaining lights shine in to our back garden, making it impossible to see the stars, unless you hide behind the shed one the one spot they don't reach, and then you can only see directly above you.
Ours seem to be particularly badly designed to spill so much light away from the road. At my parents the new LED ones there are so tightly targeted that while the road is well illuminated the front of the houses are now in darkness, you can hardly see them on the other side of the road. Of course my parents are now worried this will allow criminals free reign to creep around.
So a bloody bad idea all round.
I'd love to see a Steve ¡Bong! vs Donald Trump showdown.
@bombastic bob: Whatever the merit your views may have is completely destroyed by using silly names, it makes you look like an idiot.
While reading the article you can start to see some merit in the idea, but then you get to that screen shot of the start menu, and realise the full horror of having to put up with Windows 10.
IC2 in police parlance.
My hearing threshold is down to 8KHz.
If the Scot Nats get their way( and vote to SCEXIT the UK) perhaps they will be built at Barrow alongside the new subs.
The Scot Nats are so deluded, they think they can get independence, still build the ships for R-UK and keep a couple for themselves while they are at it. In the words of the great lady "NO, NO, NO".
From the description of the coherency, it sounds like it should be a multi-line rail tracks next to the old PCI free-way, rather than just a faster free-way.
Another reason for the further analysis of the signals only coming out now, is that they have been monitoring the signals from other aircraft flying in that region for several years to correlate the pings against the known positions and flight profiles of those aircraft.
I suspect this is an European institution looking create Brexit FUD in the UK, but if it is applied Europe wide they will find it's European firms that will have more to lose.
What a load of blinked crap from someone too afraid to leave Microsoft's apron strings.
Yes there are thousands of Windows programs to download, most with dodgy downloaders which will also install a load of malware too unless you are extra vigilant. On the other hand Linux has thousands of programs available in its repositories, which are only a click a way in your software installer, and never, ever, download crap you don't want.
..the site my brother-in-law decided to show me is on the banned list. He was telling us how he gets movies for his kids for free, and brought the site up on the smart TV in our playroom. I've never seen such a steaming pile of add infested low quality crap, and had to completely reset the machine to make sure it was free of any nasties afterwards. I'll gladly pay for Amazon Prime to avoid our kids being subjected to endless unsuitable adverts, such as online gambling sites and loan sharks.
Isn't nearly as scary as the real thing.
<<<No joke>>> (Don't do it)
ARM based IOT board like the Raspberry Pi - £30
Cheapest board with an Atom on board - well over £100.
Not going to fly.
With thinking like this we would never have discovered half the world, America included. The explorers of the past made huge sacrifices on long sea voyages, with damage to their health far worse than loosing some muscle mass or an increased cancer risk, for those that survived at all.
The astronauts are willing to take the necessary risks to explore another planet, it just needs the pen pushers and politicians to have the bottle to do something which may go wrong.
Hey, who wasn't - and who isn't?
What you read was wrong, once Article 50 is triggered there is no mechanism to revoke it.
...a large MVNO will trigger some more investment in O2's infrastructure, and get them off the bottom of the table for data speed.
Lee D wrote:
But Truetype rendering - and pretty much all font-rendering - is a horrible job. Everything from font hinting bytecode machines to sub-pixel rendering integrating with graphics drivers.Strange then how RISC OS was performing fully vector rendered, hinted and anti-aliased font plotting back in 1989 on an 512KB 8MHz ARM2 Acorn Archimedes.
I hope Microsoft's cloud does exceptional well, as eventually Microsoft will be the only one actually running Microsoft software.
Just change buy to runaway.
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