Nice one. I was waiting for something like this and expected it a bit soon though. I hate gamers using AimBots and other cheats. I hope Microsoft does something legit and solid so there is no breathing space for cheaters.
7 posts • joined 9 Jun 2017
Here's from my side.
One of my friends told me that ever since they changed genders, their kids won't even look at them anymore..
It's almost as if they have become trans-parent.
it cracked me up completely. Got this one from reddit.
Well, it is true. This weekend, I was searching online and I visited a few tech shops near my place to get a Titan Xp. Originally it is for $1200. But the market was fluctuating badly and people were asking for a maximum of $1450 due to its unavailability.
The guy, who I purchased from happens to be a good friend of mine too, he suggested that the prices of parts and whole PC rigs will go up now in a few months time. PC demand is in boom and the products are not supplied as much as the demand is.
And the rest, technology is improving and is so is the cost and so are the prices.
Re: Why don't System designs include end of life migrations?
The latter part is more true. I don't know much about development so I am not going to comment on it. But I am sure your time is being wasted mate :D
I had issue with mine on both iPhone and Mac so I discontinued the use. I only use Google Drive on PC now. I have windows 10 there. For Mac and iPhone I am using iCloud service. I had to move to Paid one for more capacity.
This is for Samsung only? I am hearing it for Sony Android TVs too.
I have recently bought Intel 512GB SSD for around $162.00 from a local shop. I usually purchase from there. Its been more than 5 months now since I started researching about SSDs and the prices are still same. This post was initiated in back in 2015, I just want to know, SSD of this size was available back then? What was the price in 2015 and 2016?