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  2. I'd say neither. An antenna would attach to the ANT connector.
  3. Scar

    Honor View 20 unboxing and first impressions

    So...you think that Samsung announced Infinity O on November 7, and Huawei somehow managed to get it working on their devices, and put it into production within a month and a half? Honestly, having that kind of R&D and logistics would be way more amazing than developing the technology themselves. One thing that some people don't realize is that some companies announce things early just so they can say they're first, because they know they won't be first to market. For example, Verizon was the first to announce a 5G consumer product, but AT&T was the first to bring one to market. I have no doubt that Samsung announced Infinity O first just so that people would have the mindset that you do. I'm judging the company(Huawei) based on what they are famous for doing. How many of their phones resemble the iPhone X/Xs?. This company is rather famous for selling a poor man's version of whatever is already out there.
  4. Remember the good 'ol days when you could actually reach all the corners the same hand you're holding your phone with? This iPhone design was the last for me You must have freakishly small hands. Kidding ;)
  5. Facebook helps launch independent AI ethics research center by Paul Hill Facebook has announced the launch of an independent AI ethics research center called the Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence. The new body has been created in collaboration with the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and aims to advance the ethical research on new technology and “explore fundamental issues affecting the use and impact of AI.” Facebook’s involvement in the partnership includes it funding a $7.5 million grant over the course of five years to help the research center carry out its work. While Facebook is providing the initial grant, the Institute will also explore other funding options from additional partners and agencies. Explaining in the announcement as to why it was partnering with TUM, Facebook said: “The Technical University of Munich is one of the top-ranked universities worldwide in the field of artificial intelligence, with work extending from fundamental research, to applications in fields like robotics and machine intelligence, to the study of the social implications of AI. The Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence will leverage the TUM’s outstanding academic expertise, resources and global network to pursue rigorous ethical research into the questions evolving technologies raise.” Going forward, expect to see the Institute publish research that it carries out and organize conferences, workshops, and other educational activities to help spread awareness of ethical issues surrounding artificial intelligence.
  6. jamwheat

    The Big Wrestling Thread!

    Just watched a movie today "I am Vengeance" https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5885106/ staring Mr Bad News Barrett! Not a bad flick.
  7. Does my stereo system hook to out or in line for the antenna??
  8. adrynalyne

    Reliability issues on 6TB internal HDDs?

    Is that a question or a comment? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S.M.A.R.T.
  9. Technique

    Reliability issues on 6TB internal HDDs?

    https://www.google.com/search?q=SMART&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b
  10. Remember the good 'ol days when you could actually reach all the corners the same hand you're holding your phone with? This iPhone design was the last for me I understand that but if you want to watch a good quality video in YouTube. I found 4 inch screen to be so small for videos. So why not get a 7” or 10” tablet? By your logic, it would be even better than a 6” monster phone, right?
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  12. helpifIcan

    Is it a hardware issue or Me?

    Last chance to maybe solve the problem do a minimum build outside of the case to make sure there is not a mounting stud shorting out the MB
  13. helpifIcan

    Printer is printing blank pages

    Great glad we could get this solved for you.
  14. Mindovermaster

    Reliability issues on 6TB internal HDDs?

    SMART is your best bet to see if the drive is on it's way out.
  15. They wanted to invade, they muttered "something something WMD", they invaded. The UN said "what no" and the US said "lol whatever fam". Seems like everything went according to plan. If the US would not invade or wages wars around the globe , another country will. If another country gets its hands on the oil and resources in the middle east then you can start learning a different language aswell. The US HAS to invade be in order to remain strong. I'd rather be under american "foot" than russian or chinese.
  16. Technique

    Reliability issues on 6TB internal HDDs?

    Thanks for the post. Informative read. I'm interested in this cycling you mention. Do you have a lifespan that you assign to all drives out of interest? You mention drives coming up to being replaced. Something in your head tells you it's time to replace them. Obviously if they've failed then they NEED replacing so that's a given but you seem to replace them before they fail (obviously a wise move) so what makes YOU decide when to replace them? Note: I only put you in capitals & bold because really only you can answer that question, even though someone else might try to answer it for you
  17. It's perfectly understandable to want to keep being the best. But you ought to do it legally if you want to be called the good guy. I i firmly intend to vote against Trudeau the next election unless proofs are shown of any wrong doing by Meng Wanzhou (by her not by the company cause leaders of company in north america have not been paying for the actions of their company for a long while now)
  18. Copernic

    f.lux 4.94 Beta

    f.lux 4.94 Beta by Razvan Serea Ever notice how people texting at night have that eerie blue glow? Or wake up ready to write down the Next Great Idea, and get blinded by your computer screen? During the day, computer screens look good—they're designed to look like the sun. But, at 9PM, 10PM, or 3AM, you probably shouldn't be looking at the sun. f.lux fixes this: it makes the color of your computer's display adapt to the time of day, warm at night and like sunlight during the day. It's even possible that you're staying up too late because of your computer. You could use f.lux because it makes you sleep better, or you could just use it just because it makes your computer look better. f.lux 4.94 Beta changelog: Adds per-monitor disable for people with TVs and e-Paper displays Fixes a Philips Hue brightness problem Fixes a problem that broke Darkroom below 1900K​ Adds option to turn off GPU usage below 1900K​ Fixes maps “search” button Temporary workaround for incompatibility with Windows Insider 18305-18317 Defers to enterprise installs on same machine Download: f.lux 4.94 Beta | 818.0 KB (Freeware) View: f.lux Home page | Release Notes Get alerted to all of our Software updates on Twitter at @NeowinSoftware
  19. adrynalyne

    Honor View 20 unboxing and first impressions

    So...you think that Samsung announced Infinity O on November 7, and Huawei somehow managed to get it working on their devices, and put it into production within a month and a half? Honestly, having that kind of R&D and logistics would be way more amazing than developing the technology themselves. One thing that some people don't realize is that some companies announce things early just so they can say they're first, because they know they won't be first to market. For example, Verizon was the first to announce a 5G consumer product, but AT&T was the first to bring one to market. I have no doubt that Samsung announced Infinity O first just so that people would have the mindset that you do. Your first mistake is assuming Samsung just started working on it during the time of their announcement....just because you didn’t hear about it doesn’t mean it wasn’t being worked on for a good while. It also doesn’t mean Huawei didn’t know about it.
  20. sharpdesigner

    Foxconn has cut 50,000 contract jobs earlier than usual

    Merger of MackBook divison with that of Dell’s and Lenovo’s isnt a giod sign for Apple. They are now being treated like any other customer rather than a privileged one. Qualcomm spat really messed things up for them. They wanted to have their cake and eat it too.
  21. Rich Woods

    Honor View 20 unboxing and first impressions

    So...you think that Samsung announced Infinity O on November 7, and Huawei somehow managed to get it working on their devices, and put it into production within a month and a half? Honestly, having that kind of R&D and logistics would be way more amazing than developing the technology themselves. One thing that some people don't realize is that some companies announce things early just so they can say they're first, because they know they won't be first to market. For example, Verizon was the first to announce a 5G consumer product, but AT&T was the first to bring one to market. I have no doubt that Samsung announced Infinity O first just so that people would have the mindset that you do.
  22. Rich Woods

    Huawei MateBook 13 unboxing and first impressions

    A USB Type-C dongle that adds USB-A and a few other things. See MateBook X Pro review for more details https://www.neowin.net/news/hu...top-at-an-even-better-price
  23. Mindovermaster

    Reliability issues on 6TB internal HDDs?

    To quote Budman, RAID is not a backup. To quote him again, you need it in 3 places. On your HDD, the cloud, or important data on a USB drive. Or other means.
  24. I agree. The only other game Microsoft has that I'd like to see on Play Anywhere is the Halo series, but I won't hold my breath for that one. The Last Night has my interest, but the game is facing delays coupled with Microsoft speaking out against the dev over controversy... Really hoping this doesn't become a situation like Scalebound, getting hyped up for a canceled project.
  25. Steven P.

    Reliability issues on 6TB internal HDDs?

    I have one of these https://www.amazon.co.uk/Toshiba-P300-7200RPM-SATA-HDWD130UZSVA/dp/B0151KM6F0 (3TB) and I see they now have a 6TB version, when I bought mine it went up to 4TB they are also 7200rpm, because you said you wanted speed. Anyway from researching online the 3TB was pretty reliable but the downside appeared to be noise, which I don't hear anyway in my Dell XPS case. I never hear it spinning up like I remember from my older drives. If you settle on a drive you should google some reviews so you know what you might be in for.
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