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You had me at "all-powerful" and then lost me at "sharing entanglement"
I just want to be an anti-social media influencer when I grow up. But I'm not growing up until the post-curmudgeon phase - if then.
Yeah that's a good suggestion... you want to keep the cold winter air from getting in the rad. Oh... wait. ;-)
In theory, there's no difference between theory and practice.
Oh... man... spoiling our great conspiracy theories.
What a coincidence... couldn't have planned this... unless...
The Presidents/CEOs of 2019's Top 20 List:
I can vouch for it. Was an early beta tester. But, I didn't have the patience for the future to catch up, left the project and returned to my...
I feel left out, even the Chiplets have their own Open Community. Altho... [H] is like a community, without the bad breath, BO and BS of meetings...
29 Dead Socket motherboards for the thermally-deprived enthusiast?
Looks like this Xxxtreme monitor can provide all the nausea of bad VR without the annoying face ballast.
Only time I want to use a curved...
So... Intel is going to focus on safety-first computing, unmitigated performance be damned.
Oh... that's not good news for us. But if you're a memory cartel member, good times.
Whether this is just a shock tactic to soften the consumer...
Pretty lame. When you delid and go direct die cooling on TR3, I expect to see 5 nano-sized blocks... well.... 4 nano-sized and 1 I/O sized. Not...
"We'll hold them to that. "
When the Intel sponsorship dollars dry up.
Pretty sure it's an unmitigated 30%* successful performance bump.
*Some restrictions apply. Vomit Lake may exhibit side effects such as 25%...
Yes, Microsoft Sue. She is the militant version of Cortana - barks commands at users - if they fail to comply... there's a virtual gulag where...
Watching what you type on the internet...and securely downloading it to a plain text file on the internet.
How convenient. For the memory cabal.
Mystery Science Theater 3000 now doing the roadmap shareholder slides for Intel.
Can't believe I watched the entire video. Does that make me a case nerd? Also... can't believe how few cases I would ever want to use. That makes...
I waved my hand in front of my face 24 times per second. It looked very blurry. I must be a terrible gamer.
File Exploder then. Still haven't used it in over a decade.
Uh... people still use Winders Exploder? How XP quaint.
Is that 4 photons for all devices ever made? Those busy little photons. Not that we'd know if one was a substitute photon - indistinguishable...
960 Amps? 960 Amps Sterling. Or 300 American Watts. Another victim of Brexit deflation. ;-)
That's why I haven't purchased an Idiocy of Things device yet - still dealing with the idiocy of being human thing.
GeForce Experience: Gaming Your System
Looks like one of those warning posters: "This is your brain on PCB"
My prediction for 2028(ish): Internet vlogs revolutionized with text-only version! Schools teach kids to read! World peace breaks out!
It's not the internet, it's just you. And google. ;-)
The smart homes, stupid users saga continues. When Amazon, Apple and Google work together you know we're doomed.
The innocuous sounding Project...
And Google knows what you want to buy, before you do.
If not, then they target you relentlessly until you do. ;-)
Baseball metaphors, AI and Intel. That's not cricket.
For $1M per month, I'd be willing work on the tube for a couple months - maybe even 5 or 6. But then I'd take the rest of my life off for bad behavior
Oh... tricky. Do you have one of those high-tech homes that can switch axis?
Not the your usual gravitational drive. Offers user-selectable gravitational field switching. Not sure if the centrifuge is optional tho.
Turn up the volume, cool down the chip!
Prototype is nearly 5 pounds or 2200 grams and 133mm deep. Production version is thinner and lighter at 907 grams and a svelte 31mm deep. And...
So much beige. Even in 2D, my eyes hurt