franco borgo


franco borgo
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  • CES 2020: Best of Wi-Fi and Networking

    Any of those support an external drive for Time Machine ? or some sort of file server ? 
  • Apple should adopt these Pixel 4 features for iPhone 12

    I thought that Siri on device was already there. At WWDC 2019 keynote presentation, at 1:51:11 I hear: (Applause). CRAIG FEDERIGHI: So that's voice control. Now, it leverages the latest Siri voice recognition technology to precisely understand what you are saying and all of those commands and your voice is processed locally on device so none of that audio goes to Apple.
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  • Apple quietly bought $17B more after record high $24B Q2 stock repurchase [u]

    China is a huge problem. Look at what they are doing to their own air and water. 
    China just past USA as the most polluting country in the world. yes I agree.
    but they have 4 times more population of USA so each Chinese person pollute 4 times less that an American.
    they produce so much goods for USA and other country,  that this pollution should be calculated on the buying/using country total pollution produce and not on China.  

    I have a friend who has been working in China for 12 years as an engineer. They are taking pollution and climate change very seriously and they will soon lead the world in that regard... contrary to countries who denies the existence of a problem and pushing/helping polluting coal, fuel etc. 

    The problem with China is the lack of respect for other country invention and having a government who won't let newspaper, and journalist write negative article about the government...

  • Apple debuts new $5999 Mac Pro with up to 28-core Xeon processors

    is the CPU easily upgradable ?

  • Highly suspect benchmarks stoke rumors of Apple-designed ARM chips for Mac

    sflocal said:
    My only hope is that there will still be some kind of compatibility with x86 instruction set.  I know I'm part of a minority group, but I do have all my Macs (three of them) running Windows for certain development tools I use.
    I agree. I know that for Linux, we will probably have it soon after losing intel CPU, but losing Windows compatibility will hurt many people.