Moore's law died when frequencies stopped increasing past 4 GHz.
Before that, you'd double your single thread processing power every 2 years.
Since then, meh.
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> the remainers interfered with the negotiations.
Which ones would that be exactly? The Tories were always in power on a pro-Brexit agenda, and BoJo signed the deal he negotiated and advertised as the greatest thing to ever happen the UK.
> The UK expressed no interest in a hard border only to keep deliveries to NI free flowing.
Exactly, the UK wants out of the Union but no borders. News flash: There can only be no borders if you're inside. The current deal was the only one possible considering the Good Friday agreement, and the UK themselves inflicted the Irish sea border.
So tired of the "premium" products getting fewer and fewer features. Likes phones ditching the earphone port after having ditched removable battery and more. On the plus side the Samsung galaxy A line is cheaper than the S line while being perfectly sufficient and featuring the beloved 3.5mm socket.
>NT's better designed,
You meant the NT that could freeze for a second when you inserted a CD? Good one. Or do you mean its more recent W10 offspring that can still be crashed by Excel? Shite the whole lot. And I'm no fan boy. The competing offerings are far from perfect.
Not so sure. People love their fb sadly, which is why states have a hard time recovering taxes: the main means of leverage they could use (ban fb it in the country till it complies) is out if reach. So my hunch is that users are hooked enough thst a good proportion would be ready to pay.
Then they'd be customers of course, which fb doesn't want. The customer is king. Supposedly.
Here the data is the call's contents. The conversation. That's what (they claim) they don't have. Not the call itself.
Other data about the call, on top of contents, is date time duration etc.
Data about the call itself:
Data about the concersation:
Name of caller
Name of recipient
Speed of speech
Nb of pauses
Now they didn't get the second set of data but they sure get the first one. But one.
Anyways. Potahto potayto. One thing is for sure. The so called metadata is at least as useful to them (and unwelcome to us) as the conversation itself. So saying "it's just metadata" is pure deception. It's very much data. And private data too.
You can install MS office from the play store nowadays. So chromebooks do what the vast majority of people use their PC for: browse the net, watch movies, basic office work. The issue sems to be that most people buy a chromebook because it's the cheapest possible PC. And therefore the hardware is usually crap.