For all you manlet Apple fags, New iPhone SE announced: 4" screen and same processor(s) as the 6S.
That's actually pretty nice. This thing will sell pretty well and people will love the longer battery life, due to the smaller screen.
Not that i really care or will buy it, but i like that apple goes against this trend of bigger phones.
You have 10 seconds to convince me to not upgrade from a nexus 4 to 6p
Official Transmission Windows port released
uTorrent cucks on suicidewatch
Do you know how to program FPGAs, /g/?
Yes, but far from an expert...
Pic realted is the most complex I programmed.
For an academic project we needed a way to generate 1GHz data signals, that Virtex 7 board was available, and it was a quick and dirty way to do it.
I tried to install ArchLinux on a usb disk, with this Acer computer. It failed, and I don't know why, but now, every time I want to boot, I'm stuck on this. It's normally booting on Win10.
I'm sure that the disk is still working, because my usb disk with Ubuntu can browse through files
Tried everything that I found :/
(I have a Win10 recovery disk ready)
Is this the start of the downfall of oversized phone trend?
Why do you hate choice anon-chan?
I doubt it. Most of the people I know that buy iPhones said they would've bought the plus if it wasn't so expensive. The 6se will most likely be more like the 5c and only sell well because it's the cheapest
It's called product differentiation.
Larger phones are already popular, but now we'll also see companies create compact phones as well to suit the preferences of manlet hands people like you and Donald Trump.
What is your experience with cyber currency?
Free money has fascinated me ever since I heard of bitcoin, but I never could get past the technicalities :P
Every currency is worthless unless people value it.
Cyber currency is the same.
I remember when BitCoin first came out, and they were really cheap and people on /b/ was telling people to buy them. I thought it was a massive scam, I feel pretty silly now.
It is not just about making money, I also want to get a better grasp of how the system works, plus I live in a 2nd world country with fast/cheap internet, so I think I could salvage something :)
what do you think about /g/ being consumed by /a/?
builds an AI that beats the world GO champion
here's a smaller iphone and ipad pro
Ok /g/ red pill me on Fedora. I am sick of Arch and want to switch my distro.
The name is pretty retarded but I heard it just werks out of the box and the Logo doesn't look like a fat guy with a mountain on his back
So is this worth using over Chrome?
So /g/. I need to hack into the outlook webmail of a teacher at my highschool so that i can get some information that will save my grades.
I'd just like to know where to begin with this. Im not sure if i could brute force it since the school might assign them passwords.
Any 733t h4x0rz out there that could point me in the right direction? Thanks babs.
>inb4 underage b&
Im 18, senior in HS
You should start by taking responsibility for your own failures such as not doing your work and not studying like you should. Next you should go to your teacher and tell him/her that you really want to improve your grade before the school year ends and ask what extra work you can do to make that happen. Lastly, realize that you are literally incapable of hacking anything because you have next to no serious knowledge of technology and security. You're welcome.
Nice assumptions dude. Assuming that im responsible for the grade or that my own failures led to it. Im sorry that you dont understand the situation but theres no need to be salty. Thank you for your opinion.
Does google look at your search history when they're going over potential job candidates?
Just thought of this shit, please tell me they don't.
why is AWS so fucking confusing? they have dozens of products with obscure names and and meme descriptions, wtf.
i've been developing for literally years and i'm confused as fuck just looking at their offerings.
how do i into AWS? i just want a machine to run an app on, a relational database (or maybe nosql), and a file bucket. what do i need?
How the fuck do computers work, /g/?
Everyone I know seems to think I'm 'into computers' because I can read from a screen, reboot computers and use Google.
I have no clue how computers do what they do. I gather the processor's a glorified calculator. How the fuck do 1s, 0s, and arithmetic turn into graphics, and all the other complicated shit programs do?
You gain the most knowledge from reading and trying to build your own computer from logic gates. Learn about half adders, full adders, ALU's, registers etc. There are dozens of explanations on youtube.