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    Vitaliy_Kiselev
    Meet new robot based slavery
    • This will be new big market, not some AI, but some poor people wearing VR and sensors all day.

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    Nikon expect further 50% camera market drop, will focus on elites only
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      Note that sales are not in units! It is USD and for lenses also.

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      And again missing even revised forecast

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    MirrorMan
    Capitalism: Kitchen knives as main cause of UK issues
    • POUNDLAND has banned the sale of kitchen knives across the UK in response to the crime wave hitting the country.

      The retailer stopped selling the weapons in London last week and is set to extend the ban to all 850 of its UK and Ireland stores by the end of the year.

      The move follows 35 people being fatally stabbed in London since the beginning of the year as violence in the capital spikes.

      "We want to take them off our shelves and take them out of the hands of the wrong customers and, whilst there is a sales implication for us, it's much more important to us to protect both our colleagues and our customers from any risk.

      It is next stage to understand that it is society issues that allow wide spreading of crimes and not kitchen knifes.

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    Vitaliy_Kiselev
    Capitalism: Watch how Google monopoly uses power to fight competition
    • Today Chrome announced its plans to improve cookie controls. To better protect user privacy and choice on the web, Chrome intends to make it easier for users to block or clear cookies used in a third-party context, with minimal disruption to cookies used in a first-party context. While Chrome has long enabled users to block cookies, these changes will let users continue to allow their online banking site, for example, to remember their login preferences—a function that first-party cookies enable.

      Chrome also announced that it will more aggressively restrict fingerprinting across the web. When a user opts out of third-party tracking, that choice is not an invitation for companies to work around this preference using methods like fingerprinting, which is an opaque tracking technique. Google doesn’t use fingerprinting for ads personalization because it doesn't allow reasonable user control and transparency. Nor do we let others bring fingerprinting data into our advertising products.

      It is just one little problem, Google will track you with Chrome, officially :-)
      And sell all this data to same people who before used tracking solutions :-)

      Microsoft also will have all this data, if you use Windows 10, btw.

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    Vitaliy_Kiselev
    On TR4 Foxconn sockets
    • It is lot and lot of strange posts around how Foxconn sockets for Threadripper are somehow defective.

      They are not, if you do as on video each and every of such socket will be fine and almost instant to install CPU.

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    Capitalism: Making HDDs expensive and rare
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      What is present ruling class plan?

      First. They made cartel and control HDD prices since famous flood event, price control on the market will be even more strong with special system to track small batches of HDDs using special database that manufacturers plan to implement soon.

      Second. Modern HDDs prices have no sense, where drive with less elements than 5 year drive (due to more density) is costing 2-3x times more.

      Third. All major corporations get HDDs a special rates, discount can be as from 20% to as much as 70%.

      Fourth. HDDs are being replaced in notebooks last year, but it is usually 1TB HDD being replaced by cheapest 256Gb SSD.

      Last. Fighting with piracy (by increasing storage costs) and guiding ordinary consumers to be active cloud products users is one of the main reasons why corporations plan to reduce consumer shipment.

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    Capitalism: Faked story of serious Google crime
    • “We began collectively fantasizing about how we could exact our revenge on IE6,” reveals Chris Zacharias, a former Google and YouTube engineer. “The plan was very simple. We would put a small banner above the video player that would only show up for IE6 users.” A group of engineers implemented this banner, knowing that most YouTube employees using the company’s staging environment wouldn’t even see it. At the time, Google had acquired YouTube a few years prior to the IE6 banner and the video sharing site hadn’t really fully adapted to Google’s infrastructure and policies.

      The banner spread to other Google properties. The Google Docs team added a similar message warning about IE6 support. “One of their engineers testing in IE6 had noticed the YouTube banner pretty shortly after it went live and immediately took it to their manager as evidence as to why they should do the same,” explains Zacharias. Google internal chatter centered on the Docs team adding the IE6 banner, so the original YouTube engineering team “somehow bypassed detection as the originators of the IE6 banner inside of Google.”

      The result was a massive dip in Internet Explorer 6 traffic to YouTube. “Within one month, our YouTube IE6 user base was cut in half and over 10 percent of global IE6 traffic had dropped off while all other browsers increased in corresponding amounts,” says Zacharias. “The results were better than our web development team had ever intended.”

      http://blog.chriszacharias.com/a-conspiracy-to-kill-ie6

      Whole story is engineered by Google lawyers, most probably due to some real proving leak, to make Google not responsible and present it as some guys personal thingy.

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