Well plenty of Ryzen chips supposedly reported going into PS5 for next year so possibly a good reason.
54 posts • joined 30 Sep 2010
Inside for 6 and a half years?
Considering he has been inside the building for 6 and a half years, he is still maintaining a good amount of vitamin D from natural sunlight it seems. Im sure he has been sneaky in and around Harrods next door for dinner. Doesnt seem the type to live on pot noodle, but i could be wrong.
This why we cant have nice things
I seem to remember the government making alot of noise in 2014 about the UK not having enough cyber security professionals. Come 2015 and after 2 (maybe 3 if i include BG) massive IT security breaches (TT & CPW) we still playing catchup and we not got enough cyber security professionals.
Well its the British way I assume, we queue, we crap at football and we crap at IT Security generally speaking. Im off to the pub at lunchtime me thinks.
Find me that Capt JL Picard facepalm image.
* I work in IT Support but losing the will to fight a good fight *
Agree pretty much the same stuff as got now. Everyone will still be driving cars powered by petrol and diesel so why would computing change so much.
iPhone and iPads will still be being used, Apple may have fixed their iOS to actually propertly work with Exchange and those activesync issues may have been ironed out.
A department within my company may have a VR headset or 3 to use to visualise upgrades and refits that we conduct to properties we own.
I think/hope the cost of printing will come down in the future as technology gets better.