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    No, he said it wasn't his place to judge gay...

    No, he said it wasn't his place to judge gay people, the stance being that it's still a sin they'd have to answer to god for.

    It's the one step forwards, two steps back deal. He's fine with gay...
  • And the fusion drives are a hybrid setup that...

    And the fusion drives are a hybrid setup that bridge a SSD with a HDD (Similar to some tech Intel offers), so it stores the most frequently used files on the SSD for fast access while giving you...
  • Edit: People have already worked out how Apple is...

    Edit: People have already worked out how Apple is driving a 5K screen off a single DisplayPort connection, it's not a secret.



    Well there's multiple issues, from a "How do I enable it"...
  • Biggest problem with resolution scaling in...

    Biggest problem with resolution scaling in Windows is that devs just don't have high density monitors to test with, Apple had the exact same problem (OS X supported resolution scaling for years, but...
  • The pope didn't say anything, he didn't write...

    The pope didn't say anything, he didn't write this report.

    Even then it's nothing new, the stance is still that it's a sin.
  • Probably not long, it actually works out really...

    Probably not long, it actually works out really well (The attack is a padding attack on the oracle after downgrading the connection to a legacy encryption method, and just by writing that I've...
  • WiMax is used, it's just for more backbone type...

    WiMax is used, it's just for more backbone type situations (So used a lot more in a corporate setup, you probably won't see a WiMax router in an average home), even then WiMax 2 is part of the 4G...
  • According to Mozilla, something like 0.4% of all...

    According to Mozilla, something like 0.4% of all encrypted connections in Firefox use SSL3, the problem is an attacker can force a browser to downgrade the protocol to SSL3 to allow them to perform...
  • Well if it's incorrect information then it's not...

    Well if it's incorrect information then it's not legitimate is it?
  • That's the funniest thing about it, people...

    That's the funniest thing about it, people constantly make claims about her that are completely wrong and can be trivially found to be wrong (Like saying she asked for $50,000, when she only asked...
  • Asshat is one of my favourite insults so I found...

    Asshat is one of my favourite insults so I found that bit really funny.
  • Well with undeniable proof like that you've got...

    Well with undeniable proof like that you've got an ironclad case against her, should take it to the police.

    I mean she uses the term "asshat" as an insult, nobody else does that!

    Edit: FP ate...
  • Mainly because you can't simultaneously say "Gay...

    Mainly because you can't simultaneously say "Gay people are all right" and "Gay people are sinners for being gay", they attempt to separate "the acts" from "the nature" and require anybody who's gay...
  • They're just there by accident, they have nothing...

    They're just there by accident, they have nothing to do with it. They took a wrong turn at Albuquerque.
  • I'm pretty sure throwing it on the ground was...

    I'm pretty sure throwing it on the ground was what ruined it.

    Really good way to fail a health inspection too.
  • Yeah, if it was viable all the energy companies...

    Yeah, if it was viable all the energy companies would be falling over themselves to buy it up, so that then we eventually run out of fossil fuels they'd be the sole source for a replacement.

    If it...
  • Might have started off that way, but they...

    Might have started off that way, but they processed it into normal animation data for playback in game (Halo 4 used the same method and it's 60fps on the XBone) That's the cool thing about keyframed...
  • That's what they claimed, but it also makes no...

    That's what they claimed, but it also makes no sense (Well, it makes sense if you tie the animation playback rate to the frame rate, but you shouldn't ever do that)

    You can playback keyframed...
  • And I was bullied in school for needing glasses,...

    And I was bullied in school for needing glasses, bullies will use whatever they can to attack people with.
  • Yeah, 24/30fps is only kept around for historical...

    Yeah, 24/30fps is only kept around for historical reasons (Same as overscan, etc.) It came about due to limitations of technology at the time (Old projectors/TV derived their timing from the power...
  • That's only when it's done by people who have no...

    That's only when it's done by people who have no idea what letterboxing is (Which seems to be a fair portion). They're supposed to add more content to the sides of the image, not crop the top and...
  • So either they've tied something in the game to...

    So either they've tied something in the game to the framerate, or they're going the Order 1866 route and claiming that 30fps is a better experience than 60fps, either way that's not a good sign.
  • Stuff like models/textures should carry over for...

    Stuff like models/textures should carry over for the most part, things like sounds would transfer across fine, but things like game scripting would probably need to be redone.
  • I don't think that's the case, the problem with...

    I don't think that's the case, the problem with lab grown diamonds is that they're too perfect, natural diamonds have random crap in them from the surrounding area when they're formed. I was watching...
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    Yes, much less stuff than other light emitting...

    Yes, much less stuff than other light emitting devices.
  • I can see how people would make that mistake,...

    I can see how people would make that mistake, they're both awful publications.
  • I went swimming once and enjoyed it, it's...

    I went swimming once and enjoyed it, it's basically the same thing.
  • When they say things like "Oh but we don't allow...

    When they say things like "Oh but we don't allow torture" it reminds me of how the US said that they didn't torture anybody, and therefore anything they did wasn't torture.
  • Well people have caught on that "enhanced...

    Well people have caught on that "enhanced interrogation" is just another way of saying it, so now they're trying something different.
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    Due to the way DirectX is distributed there can...

    Due to the way DirectX is distributed there can be multiple versions of DirectX under the same version number.

    You might have 40 different versions of the support libraries for a single release...
  • The PS4 is behind the times there too, the PS4 is...

    The PS4 is behind the times there too, the PS4 is still limited to IPv4 (our Sony blu-ray player has a more fleshed out networking stack)
  • If it doesn't help Gina Rinehart then what's the...

    If it doesn't help Gina Rinehart then what's the point?
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    Considering the NSA and CIA use that same...

    Considering the NSA and CIA use that same encrytion? Yeah, they probably will.

    Breaking encryption is an entirely different matter to guessing the key, the issue isn't that these phones use "weak...
  • The container was, but the codec was a...

    The container was, but the codec was a Nokia/Sony/Bell/etc. creation.
  • That's MPEG4 Audio, literally the newer version...

    That's MPEG4 Audio, literally the newer version of MP3.

    What other audio formats do you refuse to use because you think Apple created them?
  • Yeah, Apple doesn't use DRM any more on music,...

    Yeah, Apple doesn't use DRM any more on music, they dropped the "Plus" branding for that reason.

    Problem is, older songs that pre-dated the DRM removal are now actually stuck with DRM, since they...
  • If anything it'll probably be watermarking, Apple...

    If anything it'll probably be watermarking, Apple has been against sticking DRM in music for a long time (2007 at the earliest), but they're not the ones who decide on the restrictions (Groups like...
  • It's just a probe, they haven't gotten into your...

    It's just a probe, they haven't gotten into your server (most likely)

    And if you're not running anything vulnerable (CGI, etc.) then they wouldn't be able to get in.
  • Most of the "cheap" 4K monitors aren't that...

    Most of the "cheap" 4K monitors aren't that impressive, the ones I saw all wanted HDMI (Being basically TVs) and were limited to 30fps. They're also quite large, which is certainly ok for the...
  • Well yeah, that's happened with every other...

    Well yeah, that's happened with every other previous jump in resolution.

    The jump from 1280x1024 to 1920x1080 required me to upgrade my graphics card to get a good framerate, now that's standard.
  • No no, it's not torture, that's illegal! It's...

    No no, it's not torture, that's illegal!

    It's enhanced interrogation.
  • They're talking about tech that's still 5-10...

    They're talking about tech that's still 5-10 years out at this point, which makes perfect sense when you consider that they're planning their roadmap.

    4K hardware will be quite mature before we...
  • It's different, nginx uses FastCGI instead of...

    It's different, nginx uses FastCGI instead of plain GCI, the name might be similar but they're implemented entirely different.
  • It's the latest threat of the moment, just a few...

    It's the latest threat of the moment, just a few weeks ago bikies were the ones destroying our society, now it's terrorists.

    The fact that it comes right after the government trying to introduce...
  • How on earth does it have FLAC support but not...

    How on earth does it have FLAC support but not M4A? They don't even need to ship the decoders (like FLAC) because it's supported natively by Windows and OS X.
  • For some strange reason I get the feeling a...

    For some strange reason I get the feeling a customer didn't write that.
  • The only thing Apple own is the connector (Which...

    The only thing Apple own is the connector (Which is shared with DisplayPort), and that's offered on a royalty free licence.

    The main reason it hasn't caught on much is because Intel isn't pushing...
  • Pretty sure that would fall under the plain view...

    Pretty sure that would fall under the plain view doctrine (e.g. if they pull somebody over for speeding and smell drugs in the car they can totally arrest him for drug posession)
  • I don't believe that, what would stop police from...

    I don't believe that, what would stop police from handing over that type of evidence?
  • Intel tried ray tracing years ago, while it...

    Intel tried ray tracing years ago, while it provides very nice results the problem is that you can achieve 99% by doing normal rasterisation and it'll be a lot faster to do so (Where it breaks down...
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