I was there a few months ago. I wouldn't call it dead and empty yet, but it was definitely on the decline. I hear Micro Center, which is only a few minutes down the road here, has taken a lot of business from Fry's.
The problem is, these "sharing economy" delivery businesses aren't profitable and never will be. It's why they do things like take a cut from the restaurant and skim driver tips.
A truly "honest" delivery platform would have to charge something like $10/order to stay in the black.
It's been said here many times, but "Intel can't even get to 10nm, no way they can get to 7nm" isn't how semiconductor processing works.
Intel's 10nm process is a multi-patterning process based on traditional immersion lithography, which has been the source of most of their woes. They did this...
Tech journalists are acting like this is the end for Huawei, but aren’t they just going to fork Android, build their own ecosystem, and keep going?
They’re the largest cell phone company in the world. If they fork Android, their version will become the de facto standard overnight...
Intel’s 10 nm process is very different from their 7 nm process. Their 10 nm is a multi-patterning process (I think it’s SAQP), but their 7 nm process is a single-patterning process (with EUV). They’ve already been working on their EUV tech concurrently with their SAQP tech.
"Coming Back Down to Earth" is really a terrible way to look at it. Yes, DDR4 finally costs the same it did at launch.
A better way to look at things: DDR4 is four year old tech and still selling for the same price it did at launch, thanks to market manipulation.
All true, along with another point: That 5S isn't just getting bug fixes, but also performance improvements. My iPhone 6 is running so well that I've once again deferred upgrading.
The prospect of spending a thousand dollars on a device that will be running abandonware in 2 years is just crazy...
I'll grant it's a lower resolution screen, but I don't view any media on my phone so I don't really care if it's a lower resolution.
I'm not sure where you're coming from on the price. Phones in general cost too much nowadays, but that's nothing specific to the XR.
The government's argument relied on the premise that data to build a gun is the same as the gun itself, and therefore "exporting gun data" = "exporting a gun." 100% bullshit. Very glad this came to the right outcome.
It's the same as people boasting about how much they make with Uber: These big numbers are usually one data point wildly inflated by the Friday night drunk crowd. You don't make that much the other 95% of the week.
Would like an ASUS P8Q77-M, but willing to consider any reputable make/model. Looking to keep things pretty cheap, since the goal here is to tide me over until DDR4 prices fall. Bonus points if you can do local pickup in DFW, but not necessary.
Heat is meager, but I think my forum join date...
The problem is that the wireless space has been heavily consolidated in the last decade. The Federal Government is very concerned that further consolidation would leave China with an advantage in 5G R&D.
2FA is great, and SMS is better than nothing, but these stories are getting more common. Scammers just call the cell phone companies until they find an untrained rep who ports the number without verifying the account PIN.
This is a classic case of "It's not about the crime, it's about the cover-up."
It is apparent at this point that the iPhone 6/s battery is too small and prone to defects. Apple should have fessed up and issued a product recall. Hiding their sins with software hacks was an awful idea. They...
That being said, I would appreciate this a lot more if it was a configurable feature. They already have a "low power" mode that's an on-off switch, it seems to me that it would be easy to add these features to that mode.
I'm curious to know whether Apple did this to: (1) make the battery appear to last longer for the subjective user experience; or (2) avoid an objective technical problem such as damage to components.
If it's the former, I could see this lawsuit gaining some steam...
The problem in this industry is that most game engine programmers are pretty awful at their job. So awful that GPU driver developers frequently take it on themselves to inject performance fixes at runtime. This is why new games frequently need a new driver before they run well. I lost the link...
Let's be fair now. Buster Douglas only notched one win. AMD is up to a whopping two wins after Ryzen.
I'm glad they finally are back in the game, but let's be honest: that company has been riding the same Athlon 64 high since 2005.
The 3edgy5me tech folks here may be shitting all over smiley poop emojis because they think it's dumb, but guess what...most of Apple's customers just want smiley poop emojis.
I'm sure they'll feel incredibly guilty for their perversion of technology, while crying themselves to sleep on their...