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I save 2GB files to my SSD, takes like 5 seconds. What's the point in moving to SSDs if you push things through a few MB/s upload? 1Gbit/s uploads are needed to replace local usage for heavy data apps.With Premiere, you could have 100GB of source footage. It doesn't matter if it's faster to encode an hour of footage if it takes 5 hours to upload it first. Images are small but so are the processing requirements.For code compilation, that's a decent usage for cloud services...
He must have got his medical license.He says he suggested making the headphones but he didn't design nor build them. He's a hedge fund manager, the type that doesn't want to make or create anything, they just want their cut of the money:http://www.crunchbase.com/person/steven-lamarRobert Brunner, who was Apple's design guy before Ive and who hired Jony Ive designed the branding and...
Looks like it:It's one thing breaking a phone you bought but to purposely break phones in a store is just vandalism. It's like taking a pen in and poking the glass screen until it breaks.They are even stupid enough to film themselves so that they can be identified and charged with damaging property. Trying to prove a point is not a defence for breaking a $750 phone.This is what happens when you make trends, somewhere kids are going to copy it. Let's have a #watergate...
Nope, that would be crazy as it would mean uploading hundreds of MBs on every save for large files. Working with video would be impossible. It works the same as before. Cloud storage is for file syncing and online viewing:
It's only 3.3MB, just another typo.
It depends on the game. Often framerate scales down fairly linearly with an increase in pixels drawn. There are some 4K tests here:http://www.digitalstormonline.com/unlocked/watch-dogs-benchmarks-nvidia-1080p-and-4k-idnum279/http://www.anandtech.com/show/7120/some-quick-gaming-numbers-at-4k-max-settingshttp://www.extremetech.com/gaming/180402-five-things-to-know-about-4k-gaming-were-glitching-our-way-to-gaming-nirvana/35120x2880 is 14,745,600 pixels, square root =...
It's just streaming for now. You can do anything with streaming:There's sometimes lag though and saving things to the cloud directly is slow. If your network goes out, it interrupts what you're doing. It's better than not having access to the apps at all of course but I'd take native Photoshop over server-based. I don't want my naked photoshopped selfies on a server somewhere (not the originals anyway).
The bridge was meant to symbolise infrastructure. Everybody uses the same infrastructure of roads, hospitals, police, firemen, lifeguards etc. There isn't a separate, cheaper infrastructure reserved for people who want a lower tax rate, there's just a separate toll and often unintended. It's true that Apple pays something but not near the rates expected. It doesn't matter if it's legal, the governments didn't intend them to set things up the way they did and they can...
They aren't punishing them, Apple knew the expected tax rates when they started doing business. The people setting the rates knew their deficit and what they needed to recoup. They didn't get what they expected from some people so they need to reassess it.It's like if there's a toll gate across a bridge that someone built. They (public or private body) invested the money to build it and want people to pay for its use. There's a footpath at the side of the toll gate and...
They'd still allow you to go to 1440p with 4K. The rMBP for example has a highest scale setting at 1920x1200 but renders at 2880x1800 and not 3840x2400. The iMac could be 4K and have the optimal resolution be 1080p but still scale higher to 1440p.I personally think 1440p makes UI elements too small on the 27", likewise 1080p on the 21.5". It doesn't matter though, whether they go with 4K or 5K, both will finally allow people to set the displays to more comfortable...
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