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HarryNyquist

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  1. Agree
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from sazrocks in Oculus Rift S   
    > No IPD adjustment
     
    Why? People don't have the same IPD. Motion sickness for $400 is what this product sounds like.
  2. Agree
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from sazrocks in Oculus Rift S   
    > No IPD adjustment
     
    Why? People don't have the same IPD. Motion sickness for $400 is what this product sounds like.
  3. Agree
    HarryNyquist reacted to myselfolli in Did my server get hacked or my Website?   
    Well since somebody gained access to your machine - in one way or another - no, you're not okay
  4. Agree
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from gabrielcarvfer in Google Stadia (Cloud Gaming)   
    Oh good, another thing for Google to:
    completely fail to make work on Firefox "by accident" by using undocumented Chrome features. take people's money for games they can't even download or play without an internet connection. destroy people's bandwidth caps in seconds by streaming the things. inevitably shutter in a few years because of a lack of growth, regardless of the actual usage numbers. I think I'll stick to Steam and GOG.
  5. Agree
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from gabrielcarvfer in Google Stadia (Cloud Gaming)   
    Oh good, another thing for Google to:
    completely fail to make work on Firefox "by accident" by using undocumented Chrome features. take people's money for games they can't even download or play without an internet connection. destroy people's bandwidth caps in seconds by streaming the things. inevitably shutter in a few years because of a lack of growth, regardless of the actual usage numbers. I think I'll stick to Steam and GOG.
  6. Agree
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from gabrielcarvfer in Google Stadia (Cloud Gaming)   
    Oh good, another thing for Google to:
    completely fail to make work on Firefox "by accident" by using undocumented Chrome features. take people's money for games they can't even download or play without an internet connection. destroy people's bandwidth caps in seconds by streaming the things. inevitably shutter in a few years because of a lack of growth, regardless of the actual usage numbers. I think I'll stick to Steam and GOG.
  7. Informative
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from VegetableStu in The Shape of Silence - Acoustic Meta-materials make sounds humanly imperceptible.   
    This doesn't look like it accounts for noise (or alternately, sound of a broad range of frequencies), only an isolated frequency...
     
    if they showed it in action at, say, a concert or an MRI machine as the article talks about, I'd be more impressed. Not sure of the usefulness of a single frequency sound eliminator.
  8. Funny
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from Techstorm970 in Light Sleeper - Samsung Galaxy S10 Can't Tell When it's in a Pocket   
    It seems the new Galaxy S10 can't figure out whether or not it's in a pocket, judging by reports on reddit and the Samsung forums. It's hopefully a software bug and therefore fixed easily, but this continuing trend of devices or software being released untested is just unacceptable, especially when the hardware + software in question is a $1000 flagship device. Doubly so, considering not turning on in your pocket is a fairly simple thing that hundreds upon hundreds of (cheaper) phones can do without problem.
     
    https://www.androidpolice.com/2019/03/15/the-galaxy-s10-cant-tell-when-its-in-your-pocket-keeps-waking-the-screen/
    https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/Galaxy-S10/Galaxy-S10-Tap-to-wake-activates-in-pocket-FIX-THIS-SAMSUNG/m-p/476809#M3226
     
     
  9. Informative
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from VegetableStu in The Shape of Silence - Acoustic Meta-materials make sounds humanly imperceptible.   
    This doesn't look like it accounts for noise (or alternately, sound of a broad range of frequencies), only an isolated frequency...
     
    if they showed it in action at, say, a concert or an MRI machine as the article talks about, I'd be more impressed. Not sure of the usefulness of a single frequency sound eliminator.
  10. Funny
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from Techstorm970 in Light Sleeper - Samsung Galaxy S10 Can't Tell When it's in a Pocket   
    It seems the new Galaxy S10 can't figure out whether or not it's in a pocket, judging by reports on reddit and the Samsung forums. It's hopefully a software bug and therefore fixed easily, but this continuing trend of devices or software being released untested is just unacceptable, especially when the hardware + software in question is a $1000 flagship device. Doubly so, considering not turning on in your pocket is a fairly simple thing that hundreds upon hundreds of (cheaper) phones can do without problem.
     
    https://www.androidpolice.com/2019/03/15/the-galaxy-s10-cant-tell-when-its-in-your-pocket-keeps-waking-the-screen/
    https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/Galaxy-S10/Galaxy-S10-Tap-to-wake-activates-in-pocket-FIX-THIS-SAMSUNG/m-p/476809#M3226
     
     
  11. Funny
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from Techstorm970 in Light Sleeper - Samsung Galaxy S10 Can't Tell When it's in a Pocket   
    It seems the new Galaxy S10 can't figure out whether or not it's in a pocket, judging by reports on reddit and the Samsung forums. It's hopefully a software bug and therefore fixed easily, but this continuing trend of devices or software being released untested is just unacceptable, especially when the hardware + software in question is a $1000 flagship device. Doubly so, considering not turning on in your pocket is a fairly simple thing that hundreds upon hundreds of (cheaper) phones can do without problem.
     
    https://www.androidpolice.com/2019/03/15/the-galaxy-s10-cant-tell-when-its-in-your-pocket-keeps-waking-the-screen/
    https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/Galaxy-S10/Galaxy-S10-Tap-to-wake-activates-in-pocket-FIX-THIS-SAMSUNG/m-p/476809#M3226
     
     
  12. Funny
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from Techstorm970 in Light Sleeper - Samsung Galaxy S10 Can't Tell When it's in a Pocket   
    It seems the new Galaxy S10 can't figure out whether or not it's in a pocket, judging by reports on reddit and the Samsung forums. It's hopefully a software bug and therefore fixed easily, but this continuing trend of devices or software being released untested is just unacceptable, especially when the hardware + software in question is a $1000 flagship device. Doubly so, considering not turning on in your pocket is a fairly simple thing that hundreds upon hundreds of (cheaper) phones can do without problem.
     
    https://www.androidpolice.com/2019/03/15/the-galaxy-s10-cant-tell-when-its-in-your-pocket-keeps-waking-the-screen/
    https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/Galaxy-S10/Galaxy-S10-Tap-to-wake-activates-in-pocket-FIX-THIS-SAMSUNG/m-p/476809#M3226
     
     
  13. Agree
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from Captain Chaos in How do they get this.   
    Linus, please, everyone knows you comment about YouTube videos before watching them.
  14. Funny
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from Techstorm970 in Light Sleeper - Samsung Galaxy S10 Can't Tell When it's in a Pocket   
    It seems the new Galaxy S10 can't figure out whether or not it's in a pocket, judging by reports on reddit and the Samsung forums. It's hopefully a software bug and therefore fixed easily, but this continuing trend of devices or software being released untested is just unacceptable, especially when the hardware + software in question is a $1000 flagship device. Doubly so, considering not turning on in your pocket is a fairly simple thing that hundreds upon hundreds of (cheaper) phones can do without problem.
     
    https://www.androidpolice.com/2019/03/15/the-galaxy-s10-cant-tell-when-its-in-your-pocket-keeps-waking-the-screen/
    https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/Galaxy-S10/Galaxy-S10-Tap-to-wake-activates-in-pocket-FIX-THIS-SAMSUNG/m-p/476809#M3226
     
     
  15. Agree
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from Technous285 in WinRAR bug found in February is being exploited already!   
    Or you could use 7zip like a normal person instead of continuing to use WinRAR.
  16. Funny
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from Techstorm970 in Light Sleeper - Samsung Galaxy S10 Can't Tell When it's in a Pocket   
    It seems the new Galaxy S10 can't figure out whether or not it's in a pocket, judging by reports on reddit and the Samsung forums. It's hopefully a software bug and therefore fixed easily, but this continuing trend of devices or software being released untested is just unacceptable, especially when the hardware + software in question is a $1000 flagship device. Doubly so, considering not turning on in your pocket is a fairly simple thing that hundreds upon hundreds of (cheaper) phones can do without problem.
     
    https://www.androidpolice.com/2019/03/15/the-galaxy-s10-cant-tell-when-its-in-your-pocket-keeps-waking-the-screen/
    https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/Galaxy-S10/Galaxy-S10-Tap-to-wake-activates-in-pocket-FIX-THIS-SAMSUNG/m-p/476809#M3226
     
     
  17. Agree
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from Technous285 in WinRAR bug found in February is being exploited already!   
    Or you could use 7zip like a normal person instead of continuing to use WinRAR.
  18. Agree
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from Captain Chaos in How do they get this.   
    Linus, please, everyone knows you comment about YouTube videos before watching them.
  19. Funny
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from Techstorm970 in Light Sleeper - Samsung Galaxy S10 Can't Tell When it's in a Pocket   
    It seems the new Galaxy S10 can't figure out whether or not it's in a pocket, judging by reports on reddit and the Samsung forums. It's hopefully a software bug and therefore fixed easily, but this continuing trend of devices or software being released untested is just unacceptable, especially when the hardware + software in question is a $1000 flagship device. Doubly so, considering not turning on in your pocket is a fairly simple thing that hundreds upon hundreds of (cheaper) phones can do without problem.
     
    https://www.androidpolice.com/2019/03/15/the-galaxy-s10-cant-tell-when-its-in-your-pocket-keeps-waking-the-screen/
    https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/Galaxy-S10/Galaxy-S10-Tap-to-wake-activates-in-pocket-FIX-THIS-SAMSUNG/m-p/476809#M3226
     
     
  20. Agree
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from Captain Chaos in How do they get this.   
    Linus, please, everyone knows you comment about YouTube videos before watching them.
  21. Funny
    HarryNyquist reacted to LinusTech in How do they get this.   
    You could... Oh, I dunno, watch the video to find out 😛
     
    We literally install it and have the ISP there to talk about the tech lol
  22. Agree
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from Technous285 in WinRAR bug found in February is being exploited already!   
    Or you could use 7zip like a normal person instead of continuing to use WinRAR.
  23. Funny
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from Techstorm970 in Light Sleeper - Samsung Galaxy S10 Can't Tell When it's in a Pocket   
    It seems the new Galaxy S10 can't figure out whether or not it's in a pocket, judging by reports on reddit and the Samsung forums. It's hopefully a software bug and therefore fixed easily, but this continuing trend of devices or software being released untested is just unacceptable, especially when the hardware + software in question is a $1000 flagship device. Doubly so, considering not turning on in your pocket is a fairly simple thing that hundreds upon hundreds of (cheaper) phones can do without problem.
     
    https://www.androidpolice.com/2019/03/15/the-galaxy-s10-cant-tell-when-its-in-your-pocket-keeps-waking-the-screen/
    https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/Galaxy-S10/Galaxy-S10-Tap-to-wake-activates-in-pocket-FIX-THIS-SAMSUNG/m-p/476809#M3226
     
     
  24. Like
  25. Funny
    HarryNyquist got a reaction from Techstorm970 in Light Sleeper - Samsung Galaxy S10 Can't Tell When it's in a Pocket   
    It seems the new Galaxy S10 can't figure out whether or not it's in a pocket, judging by reports on reddit and the Samsung forums. It's hopefully a software bug and therefore fixed easily, but this continuing trend of devices or software being released untested is just unacceptable, especially when the hardware + software in question is a $1000 flagship device. Doubly so, considering not turning on in your pocket is a fairly simple thing that hundreds upon hundreds of (cheaper) phones can do without problem.
     
    https://www.androidpolice.com/2019/03/15/the-galaxy-s10-cant-tell-when-its-in-your-pocket-keeps-waking-the-screen/
    https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/Galaxy-S10/Galaxy-S10-Tap-to-wake-activates-in-pocket-FIX-THIS-SAMSUNG/m-p/476809#M3226
     
     
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