Nothing ground breaking
Probably just a phone variant of this unpractical gimmick
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This is similar to the concept of the Blake's 7 teleport. The organic matter is copied, the information transmitted and reconstructed at the other end.
The original is then destroyed.
I doubt however that many people would willingly submit to being slowly milled out of existence on the off-chance the printer hasn't run out of "ink" at the other end
I have the Aorus X3 reviewed here for work, and commonly use it to drive 3 1920x1080 displays ( 2x external, 1x lcd ) - I find it really hard to use anything less these days ;-)
The only reason I don't run the LCD at 3200x1800 ( giving a hefty 7040 pixels of horizontal resolution ) in this setup is because text-scaling between multiple resolutions on different workspaces/desktops isn't handled too well by Ubuntu and Windows.
I was pleasantly surprised the intel chip can handle these resolutions without effort, despite the comparison to the nvidia 870m.
"I would much prefer to see Capaldi face off against a manic John Simm-style Master."
No no please. If you have a Doctor with the potential gravitas of Capaldi then you have to give him a Roger Delgado adversary.
I was very disappointed when they squandered the excellent and sinister Derek Jacobi master and transformed him into the young clownster Robert Simm version.
Maybe if it keeps getting bent in his pocket
...is having to not only worry about website or app rendering correctly on a dozen different browser and OSes, but also whether or not x million different graphics card and video driver version configurations are breaking your user's experience. ( much like traditional game development ).
I can't see it catching on, not unless Drones can be engineered for fly-by tea-bagging.
Correction: Opera had tabs in 2000 depending on which propaganda machine you reference
Netcaptor introduced tabbed browsing in 1997. I was still using my amiga back then and I remember being blown away by the tabbed browsing in iBrowse in 99.
Opera was late to the party in 2001
Well obviously El Reg couldn't afford to employ and infinite number of monkeys....
Why have 1 nuclear reactor when you can have 8.
I wouldn't be surprised if one powered the captain's trouser press ( or is that pants press? )
My 18th birthday was similar, although I don't remember what happened much
Who forgot to check the " [ ] Damage caused by Tsunami, Volcanic debris, Asteroid strike and Fire from atmospheric friction" option on the insurance application certificate?
No wonder the government keep contracting them
This is what you get for outsourcing robot construction to Whirlpool.
Sounds like Ehsan Saboori and Shahriar Mohammadi should switch to I2P which has done uni-directional tunnels for years (Garlic Routing) and has a fairly sophisticated network database for exploratory lookups.
One drawback being, it doesn't focus on exit-nodes like Tor, but everything remains in-network ( but that's probably a good thing from an anonymity perspective )
If HP want some success, rather than offering lacklustre clones of whatever everyone else is pedalling, they should do a modern version of their wonderful tc1xxx hybrid tablets from their compaq partner ship in the early 2000s.
Those were one of the few tablet form-factor machines which were genuinely useful and productive ( having a detachable keyboard ), and some reasonably good engineering.
Sometimes I wonder whether it's worth starting a political party with a manifesto solely dedicated to eradicating all capita contracts from civil and government agencies...
...might have a tough time going up against the people's front against bankers through
How about a nice game of chess?
Samsung just needs to buy a few patents from HP/Compaq for their TC1000 tablet pc from early 2000 and they're safe:
or if you can get the damned wrappers off
Will they be building another boat for all the telephone sanitisers
It all went downhill after goldeneye
A true Bond film is only as good as it's title sequence
Microsoft is neatly ignoring the fact that it's P3P implementation is flawed at best, and causes web developers issues between different IE browser versions ( no surprises there ).
Specifically, IE will refuse third party cookies within iframes, and will show a warning message regardless of your privacy settings.
This makes it a pain for social application or widget developers - the workaround being to invalidate the P3P string entirely forcing IE to accept all cookies from your domain.
Facebook do the same thing as google, setting their P3P header to:
P3P: CP="Facebook does not have a P3P policy. Learn why here: http://fb.me/p3p"
No doubt google and facebook are mainly concerned about protecting their metrics and ad tracking business.
Just splice in some frog DNA.... we know that works
Of course of course, but the sad truth is, even the best music sounds like a mind-splitting cacophony through a small 1 inch mobile phone tweeter
...I suggest he pursues a change in the law, and give SO13 a new remit to shoot anyone with a mobile speaker phone playing R&B on a train.
Surely this is yet another move to hone their ad filters - showing you adverts based on the age of the appliances in your home.
"It looks like you need a new trouser press, why not try one of these!"
Somehow I don't think the '96 film version of mission impossible would have done so well if Tom Cruise had to carabiner in and whip out a prosthetic arse to circumnavigate Langley security and steal the NOC list.
I'd also question the wisdom of storing billing information on the same server(s) as a public forum
Sounds like a hurried reaction to "huddle" in google+ ( which already support multiple video feeds )
isn't even an issue yet, because they haven't launched their gaming platform....
"just going to the shops to buy more toilet papper. LOL"
The Japanese government has just released a statement that all seeds are perfectly safe and any trace glow is probably a result of atmospherics. Officials advise that best growing conditions are at least 80km from any residential buildings
Someone found a list of TOR exit node IPs
I loved my TC1100 - 8 years old, and not a sharp/pointy corner in sight
Ah wow, I didn't know France was such a military superpower compared to Nordic countries.
Let me just google it before I make further comment: "French Military Victories"
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