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A system that isn't managed eventual breaks down. Think about it this way, what would you think if your cable connection became unusable because somebody down the road had a porn obsession.What if a portion of the free market wanted dog meat on your local store shelf? There are two extremes here.As for treating the Internet companies as public utilities that might not be a bad idea if we can't force real competition. The problem is the public can not just steal...
Actually it is a business. A business stops building something if it suddenly realizes it might not be able to pay for that something. This in a nut shell is the problem with a changing regulatory environment, a business can be setup to make money under any set of regulations but it can't plan ahead if those regulations are in flux.In a nut shell it is far from childish and is expected behavior when the rules of the game may change on you.Which is exactly what the...
I'm thinking that some of you may be interested in what Intel is up to with XEON Phi. In a nut shell you can get some of the Xeon Phi cards at extremely large discounts if you look around a bit. We are talking somewhere in the range of 200-500 dollars. This discounting apparently is going on until the end of the year. One theory has it that they want to get hardware into the hands of developers. My theory is that the have a surplus to zero out before the debut...
It works well with aluminum?Here is another thought, the iPhone becomes a stressed skin slab where the "glass" actually adds strength to the device.Actually no it isn't entirely the user responsibility. Using that rational Apple could use a soft transparent plastic panel. A quality device should implement the best of what is possible.
Nice try but if you are loosing your hair it isn't the fault of the headphones. Can you say genetics.
Now all Apple needs is iPhones to ship.
I've seen this on an iPad 3 that has been extremely stable up until iOS 8. The rush to blame hardware just isn't justified especially when a reboot occurs. It certainly can be a hardware problem but it could also be a software problem. An occasional reboot is a bit different than cycling through reboots constantly.By the way running the latest Beta on that iPad and it rocks. Many of the glitches and performance issues SEEM to be gone! Capitalized "SEEM" there...
What in the hell are you talking about here?There is much speculation about the flash problem but I've yet spot Apple highlight what the actual problem is. It could be the flash controller, thus an Apple problem or it could be a problem with the actual flash chip thus a supplier problem. Either way this is not unusual for a newly launched product.And Apple is responsible for hackers hacking their system software?With respect to this you are grossly out of touch with...
Prepartions to own the world.
What is neat is that 128 MB of RAM is still enough to keep the core or an app in that cache. In some cases the on chip caches are big enough to keep the core of an app on chip. This has a very profound impact on performance.Yeah it is storage but there is a big difference in the way it is addressed.Yep! This is what I was getting at when using the word "closer" as closeness is very important to speeding up a computer. Speed and distance are wedded in computer...
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