>A new method of delivering data, which uses the visible spectrum rather than radio waves, has been tested in a working office.
>Li-fi can deliver internet access 100 times faster than traditional wi-fi, offering speeds of up to 1Gbps (gigabit per second).
>Velmenni used a li-fi-enabled light bulb to transmit data at speeds of 1Gbps. Laboratory tests have shown theoretical speeds of up to 224Gbps.
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This makes absolutely zero sense in the real world.
Why? Because visible light can't pass through our bodies, or walls. What good would it be if you walked between the bulb and your laptop and cut the connection?
Which is better to get into and why?
If true is false what is true? fucking nerds. Where is your god now?
It's simple nigger.
If false is set to true, then its true.
But if false is set to false, then it's true.
>make $60k a year
>work 30 hours a week
>don't even know calculus
web dev master race reporting in. what's your career /g/?
Old /dpt/ at >>51557857
What are you working on?
Let's play what's in the box
>tfw updated nightlies without realizing we had made the jump to CM 13
EVERYTHING IS BROKEN
i have an lg g3
sd card use is completely out of the question. it says a perfectly formatted card is corrupted and when the device itself formats it, it turns into a 16mb unusable card
also, when i connect my g3 to my computer, i can't access the storage.
it's been fun figuring out how to get gApps onto the damn internal storage.
i finally just downloaded it through my browser but my browser kept malfunctioning and every 3 seconds i have to close a notification about gApps
Should I get the FX 8320e or the 6350? And, on the GPU side, should I get the r9 380 or gtx 960? For reference, I'm coming from a FX 4300, and a gtx 550 ti. I'll be using it on a 1680 x 1050 monitor.
Because I got this monitor in 2005, and I love it. I'm not going to bother shilling out 300~ dollars to get a half decent monitor.
I would, but I don't want to wait a year and a half to play games half decently. Also, I don't want to buy a new motherboard.
is this actually any better?
could we always have different overclocks for different games?
I just bought one of these cunts for £350.
I don't own a TV, does anyone have any experience with it?
Help me out senpai.
Im trying to get a new tv, 40"smart.
Im currently leaning towards ths sony w600b, but people are telling me to get the vizio e40
I know nothing about tvs so I was wondering what your guys take is on it
Should I go the comfortable route and get a 4970k with an lga1150 motherboard or should I plunge into the future with a 6700k and an lga1151 motherboard? Not to mention DDR4 memory. Is the future bright /g/?
This. Really not impressed with Skylake, was able to go X99 for only a little bit more and get more overall performance + cache. Try to snag the 5820K on sale if you go this route now though, Broadwell-E chips will be out early next year.
Is there a bigger meme than 64bit processors on a smartphone ? Is there any real benefit to it ?
You can have more than 4GB of RAM!
No phones have more than 4GB of RAM!
You can have apps that use up over 2GB of RAM!
Apps are limited to usually ~<1GB of RAM (192MB on the Nexus 5)!
So it's basically a useless spec that salespeople can point to.
kinda like >720p resolution on phones.. it does nothing but drain more battery!
aren't you glad you bought into this shit.
or larger screens which do nothing but make it unusable with one hand. or unable to comfortably fit in your pocket... also drains more battery life!
why wont the market go back to smaller is better? even the ancients realized this. (see how every great naked man was depicted with a small penis)
Can someone educate me on these m.2 drives, the read and write speeds look fantastic on paper, but in real world load and boot times they are barley as good (and sometimes worse) than regular SATA SSD’s.
So what’s the deal with them? What is their purpose? Will software improve in the future to take advantage of these read speeds or are they just a piece of meme hardware
most mobos seem to embrace them now
I'm preparing to leave me mum's basement so I can finally bring some sluts over and get poonanni. I'm planning on cutting way down on bills, especially electric bills. How far can I get with solar panel chargers that I can have inside on my new apartment's floor that I can buy off of amazon?
I know I can recharge an ipad / iphone, but what about a microwave, foreman grill, desktop pc, minifridge?