13 posts • joined 1 Feb 2012
I find that Canadians are the same way.
Hey, at least they weren't trying to use the cloaca effect. Yuck.
Select one item from column A, one item from column B...
Precisely! Just look at the HP Touchpad.
I know that fat cells make estrogen but come on, that's a little harsh.
"...a rethink He delivered..."
He sat on his hands until the various component technologies had matured sufficiently, then gave the order to turn the crank and poop out the completely obvious product.
Consumer Reports are such haterz. What's it take to get a Magical rating these days, anyway?
Upscaling isn't exactly rocket science, is it? Especially for a simple case like x2.
Shut up, you don't know what you're talking about. Some marketing suit from MS recently forecast double-digit organic growth company wide. So there.
What does HP make again?
More like "all about crossed eyes" if he's talking about double digit growth.
How fast will it be after it wakes up one morning thinking its capacity is 8MB?
But our president is a politician from Illinois! Doesn't that mean anything anymore?
7 kW/m^2 sounds way off. Typical rule of thumb is closer to 1.
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