@travisdh1 said in PalmOS Finally Going Open Source:
@mlnews said in PalmOS Finally Going Open Source:
Sort of. The last Palm OS, webOS, was supposed to go open source in 2012 under HP's stewardship. LG then bought the product and now, webOS is finally open source and available. It's still an ancient OS that probably no one wants to use, but it's the thought that counts. Oddly, LG still uses webOS in their products.
I loved the Palm Treo4 that was my first smart phone. Nice for nostalgia sake at least.
I had one of those.
@coliver said in HTC Vive Pro Opens at $800:
@momurda said in HTC Vive Pro Opens at $800:
Still need video cards to become reasonable again first though.
That's not going to happen...
They might get better quickly as currencies collapse.
@dustinb3403 said in Phoronix Publishes Windows vs. Linux Network Benchmarks:
That is surprisingly disappointing. Server 2016 is supposedly the best thing ever. . .
Of course it is, if you get paid to support it!
@travisdh1 said in MoviePass CEO Backpedals After Accidentally Admitting to Spying on Customers:
@dustinb3403 said in MoviePass CEO Backpedals After Accidentally Admitting to Spying on Customers:
@scottalanmiller said in MoviePass CEO Backpedals After Accidentally Admitting to Spying on Customers:
Movie theaters love it since all the profit is in the food anyway.
That'll be $22 please.
For a goddamn popcorn and a small soda!?
$22? Ouch, I'd so much rather be unemployed and living here then employed in most other areas of the country. That's like $9 here.
Got to be $40 here.
@mattspeller said in ZTE Shows Off Immersion Server Liquid Cooling at MWC:
I would really need to see this myself to believe it. Even with mineral oil you need some kind of heat spreader. I can see this working no problem with a modest hunk of copper on the CPU but bare? Yikes.
They show them working with no spreaders on the video. Mineral oil doesn't cool anything like a two phase. It's not "even with mineral oil", because it's among the bad options. It moves heat well, but moves physically very slowly. The two phase moves heat SO quickly.
@popester said in China ends presidential term limits - The government is defending its vote:
I am missing the "Obligation" that the crown has to liberty.
It's called nobles oblige and is the singular requirement for granting liberty to others in all forms of government. People can argue all they want about its lack of utility, but history shows it works, and the alternative is "zero obligation." So even if it doesn't work well, it's better than nothing.
@momurda said in Time All Over Europe Off By Six Minutes:
I dont think this is how devices in US keep time without ntp, at least not anymore. They generally use quartz
Though i shouldnt be surprised. We routinely get asked to make our equipment talk to 1970s gas and diesel generators.
US, UK, Nordic countries don’t use this system. Just mainland Europe.
It was linked in a previous article. Basically the judge threw Murray under the bus and ran him over a few dozen times with legalese speak. From one of my lawyer friends the judge didn't leave a lot of room for a viable appeal either.
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