If amazon keeps allowing counterfeits onto their store, this will affect their brand integrity and consequentially, it will mean less official sellers wanting to deal with amazon.
A lot of startups have problems with how amazon endorses counterfeits of the startup's product that they sell...
AFIAK, It's not Mach-1, because it is a function of local flow velocity and local speed of sound.
AFAIK, If it's a 230mph tailwind, that causes sound to travel faster in one direction than the other.
Were a commercial jetliner actually to hit Mach-1, it would rip itself apart due to pressure...
I don't think it was stream
It's Uplay that ubisoft ties into steam, for a double login app service, that was frustrating and annoying.
And it wasn't even steam that was annoying, it's about 99% Uplay's fault for being a trash app.
I've seen enough of these videos where a normal driver will steer to avoid, over correct, lose control, spin and then crash into the barrier or spin off into the ditch.
Where as the autopilot held pretty good.
I also think most people claiming they can do better are full of it, because I don't...
I think it might be time to rethink why we work.
Societies fall when they become unable to fix the problems they created by solving other problems that they created.
If 25% of the workforce becomes unemployed, or "free", that is a large number of potential manpower to throw at problems to try...
For one, I don't think products would increase 3-5 times. I think it would, at most, cost of products will increase 1.5 to 3 times.
Second, If we had a bunch of manufacturing jobs, they would typically offer $25~45/hr, or 2 to 4 times minimum, depending on area.
See, we used to live off of...
In fact, it's not just Samsung.
Even Apple wasn't selling a lot of iPhones in 2018.
2018 was an incremental improvement over 2017 in terms of smartphone technology.
Slighter more pixels, slightly better image quality, slightly better camera(s), removal of headphone jack, higher price, but...
Did LG release anything interesting, as in, halo products, in 2018?
I know they had a few of interesting concepts, like the transparent OLED TV and folding screen for smartphones, but those still haven't entered production yet.
yeah, but this car isn't for you.
It's for the old and senile drivers who actually should have their driving licenses revoked.
They can't tell they are going down the wrong way on a freeway.
They have poor eye hand coordination.
They run over things and not notice.
Come to think of it, people...
Hey, if everyone was in an electric vehicle, then the Harley only needs to make a slightly, but a noticeable degree of noise more than that.
Which ought to be easy, since electric cars are very aerodynamic, where as upright motorcycles have poor aerodynamics and lots of buffeting noises they...
Hey, if Tesla stock goes down even more, it's probably a good time to buy, if you think Tesla can stand on its own.
It's not like they only sell cars either, because that Tesla solar roof and powerwall had lots of hype too.
It's not like you can't air cool a X2700, but it definitely doesn't maintain boost as well as it could be. The Vcore goes up to something stupid like 1.5V under boost, which just causes the chip to overheat after several minutes using top end air with really good case ventilation.
From the looks of it, I think 3700X would be the sweat spot that doesn't melt the badly designed VRMs on many X470/B450 boards. 3800X is going to be watercooling only. Heck, it's desirable to have watercooling for a 2700X already.
I am hoping these 8k displays will force the relevant chip/board makers to finally upgrade to HDMI 2.1.
It's quite sad seeing all these 4k displays purport to be 10bit and 144Hz, but not have a connection standard that can actually drive that without dithering.
Well, the Rich Chinese and even the Chinese government will simply buy property in land that isn't heavily polluted in another country, so I doubt they really care about polluting back "home".
They'll just nonchalantly move to a new home to pollute. Almost like a silent invasion of sorts...
IMO, I don't think it's necessarily a bad thing that we genetically edit people to become smarter, stronger and more resilient to diseases.
Humans share something like 96% of their DNA with chimps, and look at how dumb they are in comparison to humans.
Oh, not to let humans off the hook, just...