How is Apple able to sell OS X for a profit when it's based off Linux which is open source/free?
Isn't that illegal?
Ignore the pic, I had nothing better.
I don't think it ever will
Doom managed to register TCP and UDP port 666
THANK YOU BASED INTEL
Only $1500, time for poorfags to poorfag
What's the best hotel chain that serves gluten free meals (IM GLUTEN FREE I SUGGEST YOU DO THE SAME!), and has a decent apple watch app where i can unlock the door, call room service etc from my watch while i'm doing yoga?
Why don't you have a portable triple monitor workstation /g/?
When the fuck are they announcing the processors?
Okay /g/uys, is there any serious development being made towards androids, even ones that are only good for doing housework and sex for the sad, lonely people who buy them?
I'm honestly surprised there's not a big open source AI movement happening, and it's disappointing that for what feels like the past decade or two, research in the field has stagnated severely.
Is there any hope for the future of electronic waifus?
>is there any serious development being made towards androids
There are plenty. Example: http://www.dannychoo.com/en/post/27274/Smart+Doll.html
>even ones that are only good for doing housework and sex for the sad, lonely people who buy them?
No, we don't have good enough technology to make robots that will look good, have AGI and move freely.
>I'm honestly surprised there's not a big open source AI
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I got recently new hdds (7200rpm) and they get very hot. I have a chassis like this where the hdds are placed sideways. On the side is a fan case for 3 fans.
In which direction should they point?
Into the case and blow cold air in?
Or point outside the cas and blow hot air coming from the hdds out?
I know that in normal cases you would blow the air in the front in and get the hot air out of the case with exhaust fans|the psu.
Pic related looks like my pc case.
And another picture with the chassis closed. As you can see there are holes in the side panel from where the cold air could be sucked in if the fans blow air out on the other side.
It's really up to you and how you want your setup to work. Consider the other fans in the case and which way they are all facing too.
A lot of people try to have more fans going in than out, therefore creating a net positive pressure inside the case, hopefully not sucking in dust in any gaps.
Either way just think about the fans you have and where you want the air to flow and go from there. Up to you
I signed up to Tutanota recently. IMO best of the lot.
Open-source all the way.
Based in Germany.
Good looking Android and iOS apps.
Other than that, these were options;
Tutanota is pretty great, and you can easily even have it on your own personal webserver. everything is encrypted so tutanota can't see your emails it is easy to send encrypted emails. and it is open source and free. Also Germany is the only western country apart from iceland where being pro-privacy and pro-encryption is not political suicide. politicians are expected to protect privacy rights.
What's /g/'s favorite VPN and why?
Why are smartphones so boring? What reason is there to upgrade from a phone two years ago? They're literally all the same now
>faster processor meme
>MOAR RAM meme
>MOAR cores meme
What are the pros and cons of having Vsync?
People always say that without vsync you get higher FPS, but whats the use of that if your screen cant display half of them anyway?
tearing, tearing everywhere. in some games you can't tell and don't care unless you're autistic as fuck.
buttery smooth 60 fps until you hit 59 fps and then your shit drops down to 30 fps. buttery smooth 30 fps until you hit 29 fps and then it does 15 fps.
this is why they made adaptive vsync aka free sync and that shitty nvidia gsync.
basically within a given range, the monitor can sync with the current frame rate. if your gpu puts out 42 fps then the monitor can sync to 42 hz. only works within the acceptable range.
new bullshit will push frame doubling or some faggot shit to make lower fps look more smooth.
What actually makes JS/node/any framework on JS so bad?
It gets alot of hate here, and I don't like it myself for the horrible syntax and the single-threading of node.
But there has to be more, right?
JS is probably one of the most durable languages created. Trolls and scriptkiddies gave it the stereotype that its bad. Flash was way ahead of its time and can still be the prime source for media that's encoded.
>AMD will be replacing GCN with Polaris
Uh, we all know what happens to the old stuff when amd announces a new architecture right
>HD 4000 lasted 3 years
>HD 6000 lasted 5 years
>GCN is going on 5 years old
AMD HAS NO DRIVERS
Why didn't they improve plastic materials already?
The problem is known since decades.
I don't remember these color options when I bought it