>"A chromebook is basically just a browser in laptop form, students might need a laptop (macbook) with more capabilities than that"
Too bad apple sheep don't know how to unlock the true power of chromebooks by installing a Linux distro like GalliumOS, kek.
Nah, they can't break the warranty by using an unsupported OS and they don't have time to install a different OS on tons of machines, too costly. Just get something functional and be done with it.
I actually like my Chromebook even in stock form. If I need more capabilities, I use my desktop PC. The Chromebook gets 10+ hours of battery life, which is totally worth it not being able to run anything.
So what do you pick, /g/?
A or B?
There is definitely a right answer to this.
>he doesn't have a hamburger as his SSID
why even live?
>he doesn't have a macOS-only limited edition animated poop emoji as his SSID
why did they got rid of the headphone jack?
1. To save space on internal components and save manufacturer time for production.
2. To make more money. The 3.5 mm headphone jack is universally licensed for anyone to use. This means that Apple won't make any extra money from audio assesories like headphones if another company sells them.
The removal of the headphone jack forces any company who wants to make headphones for iPhones to either use Bluetooth or Apple's proprietary lightning port. Apple then makes money on that through royalties paid per headphones sold using that port.
Fuck Apple, but it's a genius move.
I want to get into opencl programming because it seems pretty cool. Any good C tutorials that teach you how to use the api?
This fucking pos. I cant believe you idiots actually told me it would be a good replacement for my Note 7
>horrendous screen burn in
>had to factory reset multiple times due to a start up glitch
>second screen is totally useless and pushes buttons every time I take it out of my pocket
>uncomfortable to hold
Sorry m8, I hate this phone
Okay /g/, I'm looking for a tablet for:
1.) Reading academic .pdfs
2.) Writing / doing math in
Would you recommend a Surface Pro, an iPad Pro with Pencil, or something else? Something like that convertible ThinkPad Yoga with pen?
Someone told me that the Surface Pro has a glass screen, but last I saw it didn't? What's the deal with that?
I would prefer not to get the iPad Pro unless the Pencil really is superior to any other pen.
>I wanna do math and sheit
Between tablets I would say surface pro vs iPad Pro, I don't really see any other tablets being remotely competitive. I've NEVER heard anything good about Lenovo Yogas or shit
It's up to you. With surface you have the ability to use actual executable applications that most of the market uses.
With ipad you get the most enjoyable experience possible with a much lighter and aesthetically superior OS.
Either seems a promising investment in the long run.
Post old school websites. I'll start:
why does /g/ hate intel
Current state of windows
What are you working on, /g/?
Old thread: >>62446298
How would you implement shadowban on 4chan?
>Google forces me to click the forks and spatula shaped handbags as spatulas or im not aloud to post on 4chan
theres free versions of capcha you can host, each capcha is like 20kbs or something wtf if 4+4 chan can host its own non-botnet capcha why are we forced to be conditioned by an advertising agency everytime we post
Did you know that you can't make new threads unless you use the brainwash capchas
What theme is this you fucking selfish assholes?
>inb4 it isn't Windows 10
That thing at the right of the Start button wasn't in Windows 8 or 8.1 . . .
It isn't perfect, but it is better than your fucking default blinding white backgrounds you have, unbearable.
Besides if I find it, I might customize it a bit, this is from some other anon.
Amazon Web Services has received provisional authority to provide the highest level of non-classified data storage and cloud computing services to the U.S. Defense Department, which is being used to control the Air Force's latest version of GPS.
This week, the Defense Department gave provisional authorization to Amazon to host its most sensitive, although unclassified, data. In a statement released Tuesday, Amazon Web Services announced it has received “provisional authorization” from the Defense Information Systems Agency, a combat support agency that “provides, operates, and assures command and control, information sharing capabilities, and a globally accessible enterprise information infrastructure in direct support to joint warfighters, national level leaders, and other mission and coalition partners across the full spectrum of operations.” This provisional authority grants it permission to handle “Impact Level 5 workloads,” which is the department’s most sensitive unclassified data. It further states:
>[Amazon Web Services] support a variety of DoD workloads, including workloads containing sensitive controlled unclassified information and National Security Systems information. [Amazon Web Services] are already being used for a number of cutting-edge, mission-critical DoD workloads, such as the Global Positioning System Next Generation Operational Control System, a critical navigation information system that supports global cyber protection and analysis of satellite data.
The Global Positioning System Next Generation Operational Control System, also known as GPS OCX, controls the newest version of the Defense Department’s global positioning system satellites. The provisional authority is specific to that project.