Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Intel lies again
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
The best way for NASA to reach Moon is ... to buy a ticket
USB 3.0 : Throw first kittens into the water
ASUS actually did what an old tale recommends.
The next ones will be less buggy for sure.
Apple who pushed young man over the edge gives his girlfriend an Mac
To play with instead of her loved one. And seems for free , not with some discount.
Monday, July 27, 2009
Stolen data may hurt badly too !
Heinrich Kieber, a 43-year-old data entry clerk, not only took sensitive information on 1,400 clients from the bank and stored it on discs, he then sold the information to tax authorities in various countries including the U.K., the U.S. and Germany.
His actions sparked a major tax evasion investigation. In the UK alone the Inland Revenue may prosecute more than 300 people in order to reclaim £ 300 million in unpaid taxes as a result of the information handed over by the whistleblower.
AMD leads graphics pack with exceptional growth rate !
Thanks vr-zone for the link.
Behind the Iron Wall: Big Small Electronic Counting Machine
2.5 inch HD breaks 1TB magic limit
Faster than expected. Seems that SSD bad breath behind its neck push it to spin faster than intended. :)
Sunday, July 26, 2009
No more tweets from the White House.
Administration of the President Obama seems finished with its theoretical democracy demonstration.
Homeland security spurs racism
Saturday, July 25, 2009
Spying everywhere: After Apple add Tesla to list
Microsoft net income plunged by 30% to $3.05 billion !
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Intel calls for its human rights in EU appeal !
1. Intel didn't know for EU laws and human rights when it payed humans not to buy AMD?
2. What about human rights of ethnic cleansed Palestinians whose land Intel used for its Kiryat Gat fab? They don't have any human rights? Right? Add items 1+2 to get a new human rights quality !
Oracle becomes almost open !
Apollo 13 at launch: Stronger rockets should be used for Ares driving crew safe escape or ..
1. Early launch vehicle for astronauts capsule alone (remember John Glenn ?).
2. Heavy Ares launch for Command and Lunar modules.
Both landing systems are needed.
Final proof: A solar rover prototype that will explore the Apollo moon landing
NASA wasn't interested in that problem for Mars journeys or what?
tay tuned to find out the results of the team’s experiments when the solar rover lands on the Apollo moon site in 2011!
Wireless Internet use up sharply
In December 2007, when Pew last looked at the issue, 11 percent of Americans said they had accessed the Internet the day before via mobile phone. In April, that percentage rose to 19 percent.
Intel slashed 300 jobs in Ireland, threaths even more if its EU appeal fails
Intel is in rise ? Well, not in EU. And all its new iCores suspiciously throttle !
| NEW PRODUCTS||Core i5-750||Core i7-860||Core i7-870||Core i5-750s|
|Cache||8MB L3||8MB L3||8MB L3||8MB L3|
|Offical Memory Support||DDR3 1333/1066||DDR3 1333/1066||DDR3 1333/1066||DDR3 1333/1066|
|Socket||LGA 1156||LGA 1156||LGA 1156||LGA 1156|
|Launch Date||6-Sep-09||6-Sep-09||6-Sep-09||Q1 2010|
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
The man whom someone has stolen 4G Iphone commited suicide
However, it is known that after 12 story fall COTS iPod is still functional.
If it is not the case for the 4G iPhone too, further aerodynamics tests in Apple's iWind tunnel should be continued looking for the best 4G iPhone prototypes. Mr. Sun's death has sparked a public backlash in China, where Hon Hai's hierarchical management style has been the subject of criticism. In August 2006, Hon Hai sued two Chinese journalists in Shenzhen for reporting workers assembling iPods in its Shenzhen factory were forced to work overtime. Beaten regularly ? It's been Apple's strategy to use the element of surprise in building up sales mania whenever it launches a new model of iPod or iPhone. And in the interest of protecting its effectiveness, Apple imposes immense pressure on its suppliers and contractors to maintain secrecy. Secret contract option with Apple requires dead penalty for any prototype loss ?!
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Good news are recovery signs, BAD NEWS ...
Foot that made visible tracks of Apollo 14 astronauts finally exposed !
Samsung and AMD in 40nm
AMD would be in 40nm by October. AMD reckons these products will fundamentally change the graphics industry and give it an advantage over arch rival Nvidia.
AMD shares up ahead of strong second and third quarter
FBR Capital Upgrades AMD to Outperform Ahead of Results
Intel prices of the high end Core i7 series remain untouched.
Monday, July 20, 2009
Bullshit: After $19M Space toilet has been flooded astronauts have to do it outside, in a cargo bay !
The only other option considered by mission managers was to wait their return to Earth ! OMG.
Jesus bride posted naked at Facebook (but not only naked face)
BAD HARDWARE prayer: Jesus forgive him, he doesn't know what he has posted.
Moon landing proof !?
BAD HARDWARE admits what is real without objections. However, though the author referenced to human landing must be wrong, because it is obviously a picture from Surveyor automatic lander with robotic arm stretched for Moon soil sampling.
Intel's advanced processors production goes out of EU into Israel !
Staff at the Leixlip plant have been told at briefings that demand for new products is not materialising 'as quickly as expected'. Obviously they are a bit worried that the briefings indicate that Intel might want to reduce activity at the plant and fire its staff.
"Recessionary periods tend to be the periods when companies look hard at investments," Chandrasekher said.
BAD HARDWARE, let than EU to fire in domestic AMD advanced products !
Eclipse pendulum mad swinging: Was Einstein right ?
Einstein gravity theory was allegedly confirmed after very dubious eclipse watching in 1919. Taking this new effect in account his theory is not proved any more.
Sunday, July 19, 2009
5 reasons to fuel recession
Saturday, July 18, 2009
NASA actually don't know who left the Apollo 14 traces
NASA says those are astronaut footpaths.
Obviously, Apollo 14 astronauts had had two wheels instead of foots. Not like this one below. Beside, someone later has stolen huge and shiny plate antenna left on Moon, on the left side of LM base!!
And do you see 7 meters large round crater just in front of your eyes! Gone with wind ?
Well, picture on the left gives one idea who left the wheel traces on "Moon". ALSEP was pretty heavy on Earth, but easy to carry on Moon, being 6 times lighter. The total mass of the Apollo-16 ALSEP was ~250 lbs, or 41.5 lbs moon weight, so easy to carry by one man (picture above left). But, on Earth rickshaw was needed, picture left, being astronaut equipment alone is too heavy !
From the ALSEP documentation:
A-14 had difficulty releasing one of the Boyd bolts on an ALSEP sub-pallet when the guide cup became full of dirt. They commented that there seemed to be no way to avoid getting the experiments dirty during transport and deployment. Also, there was always at least one side of the central station in the shade, which made seeing the bolts difficult. On the traverse to the deployment site, the pallets on either side of the antenna mast ("barbell") oscillated vertically and the mast flexed, making the assembly rather difficult to carry. However, they believed the "barbell" arrangement to be suitable for traverses of as much as 150 meters. When erecting the central station the sunshield did not lock in the "up" position, but the scientists in the back room at JSC noticed it and had the crew return to fix it. The communication between these scientists and the crew on the surface was, by some accounts, too "filtered" to have good interaction under the tight timelines that existed.
A second EVA period began at 3:11 a.m. EST February 6. The two astronauts loaded the mobile equipment transporter (MET) - used for the first time - with photographic equipment, tools, and a lunar portable magnetometer.
BAD HARDWARE proposal: Rickshaws was used or not at all ? We know all LM ascendings from Moon were shooted. It is easy to convince us. Simply, post them online.
Friday, July 17, 2009
LRO reportedly pictured Apollo 14 landing site !!!!!!!
2. Astronaut footpath is visible from 100km orbit? Hahahahhahahha
3. Well, not footpaths alone but their debris.
4. Where is then Antares Lunar module dust debris after ascending blow out ? No ascending ? Or no dust there?
5. Do you see the Lunar rovers left in missions 15, 16 and 17, shooted up here.
6. Where are their surface tracks ?
7. Anyone else saw Apollo 15, 16, 17 ?
8. Why laser reflector located close west of ALSEP is cut off?
8. Where are 3D surface LRO shoots ?
9. When you will stop photoshop evidences NASA?
Thursday, July 16, 2009
Moon landing hoax is now 40 years old !
Hahahahahahahhahahahahha. Don't make fools of yourself NASA people anymore. Original tapes probably left in top secret studio where they were produced. Someone should look at there.
LATEST: Don't look there the tapes definitely were erased and reused:
The original recordings of the first humans landing on the moon 40 years ago were erased and re-used.
Let me now to reformulate my finding above: NASA did manage to land (a) men at Moon and return them safely !, but wasn't able to keep the tape as a proof of that historical accomplishment safely !! HAHAHAHHAHAHHHA.
What more, NASA had had enough $40B budget to return men safely, but left in the end without money to buy an extra video tape for archive !. After multiple perfect Moon landings, NASA could get a lot of private donations for that pesky tape, not for only one, but for the whole Saturn rocket house full of archive tapes.
The Lunar Module Eagle was a surprisingly fragile machine.
Its skin was "so thin one of us could have taken a pencil and jammed it through the side of the ship," Buzz Aldrin said. Perhaps this hidden fact was behind the NASA decision to make fake Moon landing in a safer place. On Earth.
Crime scene investigation: NYPD ordered typewriters for $1M
The city is plunking down nearly $1 million on typewriters for its keystroke cops.
Big Brother is alive: NSA to screen corporate networks !
President Obama said in May that government efforts to protect computer systems from attack would not involve "monitoring private-sector networks or Internet traffic," and Department of Homeland Security officials say the new program will scrutinize only data going to or from government systems.
Einstein 3 is crucial, advocates say, in an era in which hackers have compromised computer systems at the Commerce and State departments and have taken military jet data from a defense contractor.
BAD HARDWARE question: What secret defence data are doing at network with public access?
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
OMG: Oil prices in 3% rise after Intel's $700M bubble
More about that hilarious bullshit read at always cautious Th'inq
"Intel actually sold its garbage processor stocks to China."
BAD HARDWARE: Thus, my drive is more expensive because Intel sold garbage processors to China ?. These processors consumes a lot of power. Chinese drives a lot of cars, and after this price rise they will drive of course less.
Miraculously, CO2 foot print for China remained the same, because the same power consumed by Intel processors is spared by less oil burnt.
Who dares to say that Intel isn't eco friendly company? Intel is actually in net losses $398M ? Though, we can say now their losses are in Intel's inverted logic less than expected.
Monday, July 13, 2009
NASA to burn Space station in 2016 !
We want to see Space station delivered first to Moon orbit, than landed o Moon as a research station.
How it will reach Moon orbit? Booster rockets. How it will descent to Moon? Using retro rockets, than in the last phase inflatable balloons like at Mars rovers. Or /and space cranes like in latest Mars lab to be used in 2012.
Make a Moon hotel if nothing else. We desperately need a lunar base there. Regardless how old it is. Anything is simply better than nothing.
We choose not to land at Moon !
Who the hell simultaneously shoot both of us at Moon? Picture on the left is from Apollo 11 mission at UNIVAC archives.How we really accomplished it is somewhat secretly showed for the first time here.
Sunday, July 12, 2009
MLAS proposed by Jules Verne ?
How it could be patented when Jules Verne proposed it in 1865 in his novel from Earth to Moon. Compare his illustrations at that book with the picture on the left. And springs at the bottom (Ares launch rocket have to use them too). Well, the first time we needed to beat Russians at Moon race. Now seems Chinese Moon aspirations. Latest: Jules Verne wasn't the first one.
Exclusive: All EU to have universal broadband by 2013
We should set a goal for Europe to have high performing fixed and wireless broadband infrastructures which reach all Europeans by 2013.
Details are given here.
Saturday, July 11, 2009
Intel adds new virtual allies through real processors
How Microsoft will react on a new Intel's virtual mistresses?
Friday, July 10, 2009
Intel collaborated with Google on Chrome OS
Laser chip interconnection
USA unemployment valleys
BAD HARDWARE: Alaska is missing from the map, but not because of Ms. Palin successful governorship. Just it somehow slipped .
Thursday, July 09, 2009
Google's unstoppable march towards search monopoly
Still, Google accounted for 74% of all U.S. searches conducted for the four weeks ended June 27, up fractionally from May and the prior year's 69%.
The roots below Ipot psyhodelic touch and feel
Steve Jobs seems used so much dope for outstanding hardware design inspiration that he in the end needed urgent liver reboot err. transplantation.
800 TFLops of Ray Tracing
AJapanese company has announced a massive, 800 teraflop real-time ray tracing (RTRT) system that gangs together nine, 73-core chips into a single system that fits inside a desktop computer form factor. The new chip, which is being jointly developed with Toyota and Unisys, is aimed at the auto industry, where designers will use it to prototype body designs and paint combinations.
Petabyte of disk storage weighted 250 000 tonnes in 1980
That is the real engine behind what have driven up PC revolution.
Wednesday, July 08, 2009
General purpose GPUs will rule the Earth
Tuesday, July 07, 2009
Goldman Sachs trading sou(r)ce code in a wild
Visions of swirling, gray storm clouds over Goldman's SLP and hi-fi traders begin to form.
BAD HARDWARE verdict: Umm, seems a lot of unlawful operations with some 850K lines of top secret code.
I like this part of charge from picture above: photographed source code. :)
NASA simply can't do the goal of being on the Moon by 2020
InterPlanetaryNet (TM) is on !
Its new capability has already speeded up the transfer of data back to Earth by about four times, says BioServe's Kevin Gifford. If data is lost during a link, the system automatically transmits lost data later. Until nowm someone had to schedule a second attempt.
First (a) man at Moon is suspiciously quiet
The music he took on the mission to the Moon was deeply eccentric," says Smith. "Most astronauts took one classical piece, and one country and western.Two years after his historic journey, in August 1971, Armstrong left Nasa and decided to become a teacher."
Ostensibly, it was a very strange decision. He could have done anything," says Smith.
BAD HARDWARE: He couldn't stand fake Moon landings out any more? He was afraid of quandary questions about his own Moon landing after that ?
Monday, July 06, 2009
Two new 5 minutes storage rules
Now? Seems we will get soon a new level in storage hierarchy for a 5 minutes rule: Flash storage.
The 20-year-old five-minute rule for RAM and disks still holds, but for ever-larger disk pages. Moreover, it should be augmented by two new five-minute rules: one for small pages moving between RAM and flash memory and one for large pages moving between flash memory and traditional disks.
No fast USB 3.0 support in Win 7 !
Sunday, July 05, 2009
Intel's ULV netbooks are cracking like Boeing's Dreamliner
These laptops use low-power "ULV" (ultra-low-voltage) processors, as dictated by the space-constrained, ultra-thin designs.''
Early production units being built in plastic, with the bottom case being plastic, are cracking
BAD HARDWARE: The same plastics used like at Boeing?
Will they ever take off ?
Saturday, July 04, 2009
Will Einsten ever find a unified defence solution?
The flagship system designed to protect the U.S. government's computer networks from cyberspies is being stymied by technical limitations and privacy concerns, according to current and former national-security officials.
The latest complete version of the system, known as Einstein, won't be fully installed for 18 months, according to current and former officials, seven years after it was first rolled out. This system doesn't protect networks from attack. It only raises the alarm after one has happened.
BADHARDWARE: Something like 9/11 ? I mean someone could blow nuclear plant over Internet. This world is quite crazy.
First virtual bank robbery
Friday, July 03, 2009
Boeing's dream airplane project literally cracks
Thursday, July 02, 2009
Spending in 2010 will still be lower than 2007, Forrester said
Thus, from 2007 to 2011 no any spending growth?
The Time: Images of Apollo 11 Landing Site Finally Available !
Eagerly waiting next ones
In a month should be visible all Apollo landing sites, using LRO polar orbit. Many thanks to recent Jeep bailout effort. Left is ring ends cross found there, after one failed return effort. I have been curios how NASA managed to make successful Moon landing each time when inherently unable up to today to see from Moon orbit even the rocks size relatively bigger than its lander ? It was thus deadly dangerous challenge , not a joke we believe in !!!
ORNL prepares for a 20-petaflops computer in 2011
Link tribute to vr-zone forum.
Terminator declares begin state of the financial emergency in his state
being former democrat governor was bad in finance results. :)
Wednesday, July 01, 2009
Blue-Ray disc decryption war
Building a crash-proof Internet
Anything that makes the internet more resilient should be good news, and not just for the millions of ordinary people who use it to book holidays or twitter to their friends. The financial impact of a net outage can be huge: online commerce is now worth over $7 trillion annually, representing about 12 per cent of global GDP. A 2005 study by researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich calculated that cutting off all links to the internet would cost Switzerland over $3 billion per week - around 1 per cent of its GDP. And with e-commerce expected to account for 18 per cent of global GDP by 2010, the impact of failure is set to grow.
Solution is network backdoor.
The key is OpenFlow. With the cooperation of the manufacturer, a small OpenFlow program can be added to almost any router, where it acts like a remote control for the proprietary algorithms and hardware inside.
BAD HARDWARE: We solve all possible future problems opening a backdoor in Intenet backbone?
Now, we should add to that backdoor government imposed backdoors in ciphering of you date, warantless taping laws and we will gthe the Brave New World Order.
40/100 Gbps Ethernet
About a year from now.