one of these cheap fuckers + cyanogenmod + any damn app you want = new rockbox sansa clip
What happened to this place? Why are they going under/where did they fall off?
>where did they fall off?
keep in mind, newegg isn't good anymore, and hasn't been for a few years
it's just newegg is specifically what made tigerdirect look like shit, for about a decade now
What do you /g/uys think of Vivaldi?
Seems faster in Beta 2.
It uses Chrome apps and extensions? How is that legal?
It's pretty skinned UI over Chrome's Blink engine. Many browsers based on Chromium can use Chrome extensions including Chropera and Sleipnir. Vivaldi's still proprietary though, and I doubt faster than what I use.
>clean install win 7 as that's what it has a licence for
>this shit forever
>every fix online does fuck all
FUCK THIS SHIT
Official Thread #0xx : The "it's 2016 soon" Edition
This thread is to consolidate graphics card discussion and display technologies to reduce unnecessary thread clutter on /g/. Let's also keep the shilling to a minimum.
Direct any and all questions regarding Graphics Cards and Display Adapters here first, including purchase and sale questions:
For non-related questions, link to find the stupid questions thread:
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>send e-mail to granny
>talk about vases (she is somewhat of a collector)
>Google ads are now about vases
I think that I finally see the light. What are some good alternatives to the following:
Please, and thank you. I am starting to cut out Google from my life little by little. It's now one of my 2016 resolutions.
protonmail or host your own
duckduckgo, disconnect, or startpage
custom ROMs (AOKP, CyanogenMod, ParanoidAndroid, etc.), BB10, dumbphone, or no phone
Firefox or one of its forks
We should all remove the botnet from our lives for the next current year
CM13/Exodus AOSP/Replicant or Ubuntu Touch, Blackberry, Firefox (dead), Sailfish (dead)
Iridium (less botnetty if out of date Chromium), Firefox and its forks, Seamonkey, Otter Browser, QtWeb, Dooble
Note: with Firefox you get the best extensions
Speccy is love, Speccy is life
/k/ doesn't care maybe /g/ will
>neuromorphic and 3d stacked processors embedded in a plane fuel pod
So that's where the billions dollars of america defence budget go.
more on truenorth:
IBM's Synapse is pretty ballin. Non Von Neumann architectures are the only thing that will bring about another radical paradigm shift in performance for conventional ICs. Probably one of the most ambitious projects ever undertaken in computing.
Anyone is welcome.
ITT: post your password, pincode, or pattern unlock
The Thinkpad X250 looks the best and seems durable, but super expensive performance wise.
The new Dell XPS 13 looks good but in comparison it's flimsy as shit and the screen is a bit wobbly = no go.
Macbook Pros are nice of course, but the current model is old and nothing new seems to be on the horizon.
Is there ANY current laptop worth spending money on at the moment?
This is always a good option but may not fulfill your needs.
Anyways, there are always machines worth spending money on. The question is do you truly need a new laptop right now? Purchases shouldn't be justified just because you're willing to part with 1600 for the latest and greatest. Those two options you listed are dangerously consumerish stuff. It's probably better to save some more and look into business laptops or gaming laptops.
Anyone using this? How does it work in practice?
Also, who the fuck cares about the states? Their mobile shit is fine. Should've launched this in canada where we actually need other carriers.
I've had this mouse since I was a poor college kid playing WoW. I tried a friend's Naga, but didn't want to buy Razer products as I heard they aren't too reliable.
This thing is still going strong years later, even though the logo has faded, and I still love it. As a guy with big hands, this is the most ergonomic mouse I've ever used, as well as the most versatile. I use it for many genres of games, not to mention common Windows shortcuts bound to a few buttons.
It's more useful than you think...
I'll see myself out
>he still refuses to switch to PHP
Are there any Linux package management systems that stand out above the rest in terms of stability and being up to date?
Personally I've always thought that the best way to choose which Linux distro is right for you is to start by looking at package managers.
I've been using gentoo for quite a while since portage has always seemed like the king of package managers to me. I pretty much never have anything break with portage. Worst case scenario things don't work at the update stage and you get "conflicts" so it just doesn't let you...
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Alright, but this isn't a survey or anything. It's not helpful if you don't give some reasoning.
Portage does a lot more than that, and as far as I can tell leads to a more stable system even when running bleeding edge versions of software.
I could be wrong, and that's the point of this thread. If you say
>All a package manager needs to do is search for, install, and update packages
then that would imply most of portages features are just "fluff". Why would that be the case?