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Snoopy13

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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Denuvo DRM has had enough of Revolt Group and starts legal action with Bulgarian authorities.   
    I'd like to sue Denuvo for performance hindrance in products that I buy...
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Discord begins removing partnerships with servers that contain NSFW content and slurs   
    Remember what Hitler said:
     
    "The best way to take control over a people and control them utterly is to take a little of their freedom at a time, to erode rights by a thousand tiny and almost imperceptible reductions. In this way, the people will not see those rights and freedoms being removed until past the point at which these changes cannot be reversed."
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in 2018 Macbook Pro Touchbar has NO Data Recovery Port!   
    Apple... encrypt everything and recover nothing...
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in 2018 Macbook Pro Touchbar has NO Data Recovery Port!   
    Time Machine is great until your cat decides to take out the external hard drive.
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in CS:GO Locks Belgians & Dutchies their cases   
    I guess I'll have to start putting my money into real gambling now...
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Google makes YouTube much slower for Firefox and Edge   
    But the EU only fined Google because it wanted the money, right?
     
    Don’t be evil my ass...
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Corsair releases H100i Pro   
    And the pump, does it also stop/go into silent mode?
    Last time I checked, this was always the main origin of noise for water coolers...
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Insecure server in Level 1 Robotics exposes trade secrets of Tesla, GM, Ford any many more   
    When asked about any data compromised in the security breach, Tesla CEO Elon Musk stated, “Sorry pedo hacker guys, you really did ask for it.”
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Insecure server in Level 1 Robotics exposes trade secrets of Tesla, GM, Ford any many more   
    This is a good reminder to all of us to take a moment this weekend and change ‘password’ to ‘password1'.
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in [Update] Google to be fined 5 billion dollars by the EU for breaching Antitrust laws   
    So... Google got fined for developing and providing Google apps for the Google OS.
    Can’t wait for Apple to be fined for providing Apple apps for their OS.
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Western Digital Shutting Down Hard Drive Factory   
    For long-term unplugged storage, which technology is currently more durable overall? SSDs or HDDs?
    My greatest fear with this shift in storage technology is related to that.
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Western Digital Shutting Down Hard Drive Factory   
    Save your HHDs to sell to a hipster that swears their mp3's and flac sound better streaming from a platter then a SSD... 
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Review of a $100 (counterfeit) iPhone X   
    Considering the proliferation of aftermarket repair parts in China, and one vlogger's successful attempt to build his own iPhone from those parts, it actually surprises me that we aren't seeing a truly counterfeit iPhone running iOS yet.
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Move over Amazon, THIS is automation!   
    I never quite understood this sudden "the robots are taking our jobs"-hype.
    We’ve been massively "robotising" our work for at least 150 years now. Machines replaced craftsmen, machines replaced counters, machines replaced typewriters, drafters, harvesters, plowers, carpenters, stokers, maids, messenger boys, calculators, book copiers, trafic lights, etc etc etc. Big changes. Massive. Mind-boggling.
     
    And what happened, those 150 years? Well, turns out, we all found other jobs (and enjoyed the increased productivity by buying even more complicated stuff).
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Core i9 Macbook Pro throttles so hard its SLOWER than last years i7 model.   
    It seems that 6 core i9 is a little too much for thin, lightweight, and constricted laptops. Be it Mac or PC that chip needs a beefy cooling solution.
     
    This problem could be fixed with a larger, 17-inch MacBook with keeping the thin factor but more space to add more cooling options. Add a 4K screen to make professionals crazy for it, target market, with a bigger battery added as well.
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Core i9 Macbook Pro throttles so hard its SLOWER than last years i7 model.   
    Who is honestly shocked? Apple's thermals have been garbage for years. Their priorities are thin and light, damn everything else.
     
    The chassis is so impossibly thin it can give you a papercut, and isn't that all that really matters?
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Skype to add cross-platform video call recording but there's a catch   
    And... will it still act like invasive bloatware on my new install, even if I don't use Skype, have a webcam, or a microphone?
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Skype to add cross-platform video call recording but there's a catch   
    Skype has always had call recording; we just couldn't access it off of NSA-Net.
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Apple's new MacBook Pro lineup have a developed a way to repel dust away from the keyboard   
    Euhm... a keyboard condom.
    Revolutionary.
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Facebook allows NASA child slave colony on Mars posts   
    The next president needs to take a serious look at having the FCC regulate what sources can and cannot call itself “news”, and institute minimum standards including a commitment to reporting the truth. Everything else can be opinion or entertainment, and should be represented as such with a gigantic disclaimer.
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Google Chrome will use EVEN MORE RAM for Spectre security fixes   
    Just give the user the option to use it or not as they wish.
    Then everyone will be happy with their own choice...
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    Snoopy13 reacted to Christophe Corazza in Google Chrome will use EVEN MORE RAM for Spectre security fixes   
    At the rate things are going:
     
    But can your computer run Crysis Chrome?
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