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Haswell already delivers a usable fanless design:http://browser.primatelabs.com/geekbench3/compare/392973?baseline=190269This is slower than the current Air but only slightly. The Air isn't meant to be a powerhouse machine and the 13" MBP isn't a powerhouse either at only 30% or so faster than the Air.They could easily replace the Air and 13" MBP with a fanless Broadwell design that maintains the current Air performance and adds a Retina display.The USB port is a good idea...
Pocket test at 7:50 of the 5.5" Note 2 vs current iPhone:The following review mentions the need to have a smaller phone anyway for nights out and the gym:http://allthingsd.com/20121029/dear-samsungs-galaxy-note-ii-its-not-you-its-me/That's the problem with convergence devices is they don't do the job of either device well enough. A phablet can't replace a small phone because it's not manageable in every scenario and it can't replace a tablet because it's too small.A 5.5"...
I don't think them going away is the problem being suggested. The problem is that the iPads last too long and people aren't upgrading them, which is stalling their growth numbers. Over 200 million tablets is impressive but quarterly sales aren't near that. There are graphs here showing units:http://www.macstories.net/news/apple-q3-2014-results-37-4-billion-revenue-35-2-million-iphones-13-3-million-ipads-sold/The Mac is fairly steady but dropping slowly, iPods are tanking...
There's a wink image that isn't showing. I don't think that's the assertion being made. The talking point seems to be that regardless of using facts or anecdotes to persuade people to change their minds on a particular topic, the referenced study suggests that it doesn't really have much influence thereby making the efforts and energy used in a subforum like PO futile. The suggestion of closing the forum as a result of the finding is tongue-in-cheek.You can see this...
That's one ugly side of involving users looking for payments:http://www.kitguru.net/channel/jon-martindale/wheelchair-bound-twitch-streamer-zilianop-walks-banned-for-fraud/Claiming to be disabled to get $20,000 of donations and not being disabled. They still keep the money too because there's no rules against conning people.
Making them private would make them unaccountable. They'd do the same thing as this but you wouldn't hear about it. Private companies selling PCs bundle Windows with every one and had it not been for the government, Internet Explorer would have remained the most dominant web browser, holding back web standards. In a competitive utopia, there would be schools offering Apple products and schools offering Windows products and schools offering Android products and every...
The gaming industry is profitable but I don't think Twitch has been massively profitable so far. They've had about $35m in investment funding that valued the company at around $100m:http://www.businessinsider.com/twitchs-investors-win-big-in-amazon-sale-2014-8Those investors will have made out well at around 10x increase in 3 years. It has higher viewer engagement than Youtube (58% of viewers watch more than 20 hours per...
Lacking accuracy is not the same as not knowing. Your statement is designed to make it seem like any answer is valid and that completely fabricated statements are just as acceptable as scientific tests that are lacking in accuracy; they aren't.
Intel will test it works just fine but there is the possibility that it won't deliver the features or performance they're hoping for. They should have released Broadwell this year but they put out Haswell refresh instead - the plus is that the server parts found in the Mac Pro are now on the same architecture as the desktop and laptop models and not a year behind. The article here has some performance expectations for both Broadwell and the Broadwell successor...
There would be a stage beyond which you wouldn't recognize the creatures as human but there wouldn't be a well-defined cut-off point. You can see this process happen today:The early stages of the evolving human form are unrecognizable. There have been fossils found that date back a while:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homo_habilishttp://www.earthmagazine.org/article/move-over-homo-habilis-early-human-evolution-remapped"Until now, fossils dated to about 1.9 million years ago,...
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