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  1. Report: NVIDIA Tells AIB Partners to Pause GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Production

    Or they're not halting production and this first batch of cards won't hit retail markets. Maybe Nvidia secured a deal to sell the first run of units directly to mining farms and Nvidia is forcing some hands. Wouldn't put it past them.
  2. Comcast Successfully Tests Prototype 10G Modem for Delivering 4+ Gbps Speeds to Home Users

    One thing I like about my Spectrum service is my IP address hasn't changed in 15 years. I don't know if they inadvertently provisioned me a static address, but it makes my life easy since I work from home supporting datacenters. I have IPSec tunnels going to all of our DC's. When our software...
  3. Smart Guns Are Coming to the U.S. This Year

    That's all fine and dandy, in some other country. Most of what you posted is unconstitutional.
  4. Comcast Successfully Tests Prototype 10G Modem for Delivering 4+ Gbps Speeds to Home Users

    Same. Been on their 400/20 plan for like 9 years now. Literally zero innovation from Spectrum. They just don't care.
  5. NVIDIA Brings Android 11 OS to SHIELD Devices with Latest Experience Upgrade

    If they ever decide to stream lossless 4K bluray quality people would be less enamored by 8k.
  6. Smart Guns Are Coming to the U.S. This Year

    All policies are different. There is no blanket answer. If you are curious about your policy and the liability coverage it provides you would need to ask your insurer. But, is it worth having extra insurance? That's up to the individual. I do not have children, nor are they ever in my house...
  7. Smart Guns Are Coming to the U.S. This Year

    As far as I know my homeowners covers accidents on my properties. Though I'm not sure what type of accident you are eluding to. As far as the law. Rights are inalienable and constitutionally protected against state and federal taxation. That includes all forms of cost. So requiring insurance to...
  8. Smart Guns Are Coming to the U.S. This Year

    Responsibility is one thing, requiring a cost to exercise those rights is against US law. It'd be like charging someone for insurance to vote.
  9. Samsung Announces the Odyssey Ark, a 55-Inch Curved 4K Monitor That Can Be Used in Portrait Mode

    Reminds me of the old front projection TV's from the 80's.
  10. Smart Guns Are Coming to the U.S. This Year

    Requiring insurance for a right is akin to taxing a right. And we have laws in place that prevent that.
  11. NVIDIA Brings Android 11 OS to SHIELD Devices with Latest Experience Upgrade

    Nothing new. Most android based devices are running older versions of android OS. Unless the latest version of the OS offers some improved performance or features that the device can utilize, what would be the point in updating it? If anything, this update is more for application compatibility...
  12. Micron Develops World’s First 2 TB M.2 2230 NVMe SSD

    Datacenters most certainly care about 2 inches. Rack space is not infinite, and density matters. You don't always need bleeding edge IOPS. We just had a 6 PB nvme array delivered that's replacing a 800 TB array, and we're getting back 4U of rack space.
  13. Smart Guns Are Coming to the U.S. This Year

    Make all law enforcement and military use it first. We'll see how quickly it gets thrown out.
  14. Micron Develops World’s First 2 TB M.2 2230 NVMe SSD

    I'd imagine these are more for datacenter storage density.
  15. Squadron 42: Star Citizen’s Single-Player Mode Could Be Years from Release, Warns Cloud Imperium

    By the time this releases we'll be exploring other planets in real life.
  16. Oh now this is cute

    To note, if you are on Windows 10 and have legacy apps/websites that only work with IE you'll randomly get the same pop-up's when you open those sites in IE. Asking you to switch to Edge or continue browsing with IE.
  17. AM5 Platform Will Be Around Just As Long As AM4, AMD Confirms

    Yeah, good to know blocks will fit.
  18. XMG Demos World’s First Portable Liquid Laptop Cooling Solution

    Asus makes a 17.3" ROG Strix 1080P 240hz portable monitor.
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