Dispense with the front cam, include a keyboard instead.
I guess I meant the back camera then, the more powerful one that you'll never take photos with because the tablet isn't the correct form factor for photos. Really wish they'd just improve the front camera and include a keyboard, case or pencil instead.
At least do something interesting like wider spaced twin lenses for 3D maping or similar uses. A phone camera on a great big tablet is just too goofy and doesn't get used.
Drop the feature or have it build on the strengths of the tablet in some way.
>notice that my storage space is rapidly disappearing
>see that Google Play Services is storing 10 GB of data
>watch as Google Play Services is generating data endlessly at a rate of about 0.5 mb per second
Who else fell for the Android meme?
give ios a try and youll know how valuable android is. App performance wise, yeah ios wins that but other than that, ios is fucking terrible.
So be happy youve got android, just look the problem up, pretty sure curry niggers have a solution for it on xda
Hey /g/ help me build a gaming PC.
This PC is just for playing one game. Dwarf Fortress.
Dwarf Fort only uses a single core and famously bottlenecks.
What CPU has the most processing power for a single core?
I'm really tempted to pull the NSA trigger. should i give into the upgrade before its too late? I found out win8 won't support DX12, and i don't have anything illegal to hide, but it's a matter of principle (especially with how disgustingly forceful they're making the """upgrade"""), and im worried about 10's ability to be compatible with older shit, as well as its ability to disable any pirated content.
on top of that, can i get some pros/cons that have to do with the last 2 points along with anything related?
Are you doing dx12 for the performance gains? Most games lose performance on the switch to 10. Only the newest games benefit and even then not much. Still, imagine forced updates restarting your computer during a match because you can't turn that shit off in 10.
I fell for the meme...
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Hey guys, let's have a home server general.
I was wondering - what is the benefit of an old Xeon processor over a newer low end CPU like the celeron in this?
According to CPU boss the celeron outperforms the xeon. Does that mean it is straight up better?
I hope ad blocking gets worse for advertisers . I just love watching then squirm at the fact that I now have the option to not see their trash .
I will blacklist those who block ad blockers . Then I'll find the same information somewhere else . I ALONE decide which websites I whitelist and the ones I whitelist are small websites that provide services that I find usefull.
>We need ad revenue to survive
Then close down your massive fucking website and give up your spot as top dog . I'm calling your bluff,...
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Memers like you are also the same people who whine about clickbait and fluff articles about nothing.
You starve them of money, and then whine when they adapt to survive the altered market you forcefully created.
Which one is more efficient to wash my clothes?
To those who use BSD on their desktop or laptop, why? Why use BSD when GNU/Linux is available?
photo of the texan qt is unrelated
>Platform: Windows, Macintosh, Linux and ChromeOS
>These updates resolve a race condition vulnerability that could lead to information disclosure (CVE-2016-4247).
>These updates resolve type confusion vulnerabilities that could lead to code execution (CVE-2016-4223, CVE-2016-4224, CVE-2016-4225).
>These updates resolve use-after-free vulnerabilities that could lead to code execution (CVE-2016-4173, CVE-2016-4174, CVE-2016-4222, CVE-2016-4226, CVE-2016-4227, CVE-2016-4228, CVE-2016-4229, CVE-2016-4230, CVE-2016-4231, CVE-2016-4248).
>These updates resolve a heap buffer overflow vulnerability that could lead to code execution (CVE-2016-4249).
>These updates resolve memory corruption vulnerabilities that could lead to code execution (CVE-2016-4172, CVE-2016-4175, CVE-2016-4179, CVE-2016-4180, CVE-2016-4181, CVE-2016-4182, CVE-2016-4183, CVE-2016-4184, CVE-2016-4185, CVE-2016-4186, CVE-2016-4187, CVE-2016-4188, CVE-2016-4189, CVE-2016-4190, CVE-2016-4217, CVE-2016-4218, CVE-2016-4219, CVE-2016-4220, CVE-2016-4221, CVE-2016-4233, CVE-2016-4234, CVE-2016-4235, CVE-2016-4236, CVE-2016-4237, CVE-2016-4238, CVE-2016-4239, CVE-2016-4240, CVE-2016-4241, CVE-2016-4242, CVE-2016-4243, CVE-2016-4244, CVE-2016-4245, CVE-2016-4246).
>These updates resolve a memory leak vulnerability (CVE-2016-4232).
>These updates resolve stack corruption vulnerabilities that could lead to code execution (CVE-2016-4176, CVE-2016-4177).
>These updates resolve a security bypass vulnerability that could lead to information disclosure (CVE-2016-4178)
Hey /g/, I was recently thinking about creating my own custom water cooling loop for my computer but I wasn't sure what exactly I needed or which brands are best. I've been doing some research but I figured I would ask /g/ for some advice. I currently have a Corsair 650D case along with an i7-3770k and a GTX 680 that I would like to connect to the loop. Any recommendations? Thanks in advance.
AMD dominates in value for money.
Bitcoin being used to fund ISIS:
Telegram used by terrorist group affiliated with today's attacks in France:
Tutanota used by group arming ISIS:
What do you do when software contributes to killing people /g/?
>Used decentralized value transfer technology to receive funds
>asked for donations using this tech through encrypted email service
>broadcasted bitcoin address through privacy loving IM app
You're missing the point anon.