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wallisweaver 1951 posts  |  Last Activity: 5 hours ago Member since: Jan 21, 2008
  • wallisweaver wallisweaver 5 hours ago Flag

    "Anybody with any brains can trace where our posts are coming from and know we are far apart you moron."

    [StalkerBoy's only line of defense is to accuse others of doing what he is doing. He obviously can't deny being a guy who uses multiple IDs and impersonations or a guy who welches on football bets. So, he tries to lessen the impact by saying he is just one of many. But he's not - He's one of the few whose moral fiber is so thin that he routinely makes up whatever helps his permanently damaged sense of self-worth - like the totally absurd story of all liberals sticking their friends with the dinner tab. His mental illness blurs the lines between fantasy and reality. It's why he continues to post from multiple IDs in a row again and again, never realizing how obvious the pattern is . Like posts showing up from bdlawgrow, cspacy and etchuhsketch within a few minutes. He thinks he is the smart one who has everyone fooled.

    I don't think anyone will ever stop him from posting because his mental illness is so advanced. It will take Yahoo finally deciding that enough is enough with the stalking, abusing and harassing.

    His obvious lack of intelligence is a very large part of the problem. He is unable to grasp how hard it is to write in different styles. He is certainly unable to do it. It's why his IDs are all so identifiable. But he looks at different writing styles and concludes that they are from the same person simply because there is one element in common - that of thinking he is a pinhead. His ego simply won't accept that it's not just one person who finds him to be reprehensible and disgusting. He's a sick man who is unable to ask for the help he so desperately needs. Otherwise he wouldn't be looking for help on a financial message board.]

  • Windows 10 is already looking like it's going to be a big hit with businesses.
    Of the 75 million machines that downloaded Windows 10 in its first month, enterprise users made up about 2%, or 1.5 million, according to Windows IT Pro.

    While that might sound like a paltry number out of the gate, it's actually not bad at all.

    Companies don't lightly upgrade their business PCs. It can take them a year or more to even think about it, followed by months of planning and testing, and then months of installing and upgrading. So we won't see Windows 10 take off in a big way at companies until 2016 and beyond, market researchers predict.

    Another indication that businesses are going to love Windows 10? Everyone from Microsoft's closest partners, like HP, to its long-time rivals, VMware, are praising Windows 10 and launching new services to help enterprises upgrade to it.

    If you remember, HP had a few dicey moments with Microsoft during the early Windows 8 era. At one time CEO Meg Whitman called Microsoft out for becoming a competitor with the Surface PC, and HP launched a bunch of PCs that use Google's Chrome OS and Android OS.

    A new chart from cloud security company Okta offers more evidence that Windows 10 is off to a strong start. Okta handles passwords for employees at 2,500 companies using cloud apps. It sees millions of logins daily by employees, and knows what kind of PC they are using.

    It looked at the operating system that Windows users preferred and saw Windows 10 (the line in red) skyrocket in usage out of the gate. At 2% it's already zoomed past XP.

    Microsoft still has a long way to go until Windows 10 overtakes Windows 7 machines. Windows 7 is used by over 85% of Windows users on Okta's network. But the early indications are looking good.

    From Sentinel-Standard

  • Summary

    Intel is accelerating the replacement of older PCs with its announcements at Europe's biggest tech show: IFA 2015 in Berlin.
    Half a billion PCs are more than four- to five-years-old.
    Devices with 6th generation Intel processors compared to old devices: Half as thin, half the weight, 2.5X performance, 3X battery life, 30X graphics speed, near instant on, no passwords.
    Once in a decade event combining a new generation of Intel processors at the same time as a new Microsoft operating system.

    Intel has been developing 6th generation processors (formerly known as Skylake) for more than 4 years... the wait is over. The huge improvement over four- to five-year-old PCs should result in an acceleration of PC replacements. Wednesday Kirk Skaugen, Intel SVP and GM of the Client Computing Group, put on a great presentation at Europe's largest tech show: IFA 2015 in Berlin. A key point he made is that half a billion PCs are now more than four- to five-years-old (one billion that are at least three-years-old). With the current rate of PC sales being about 300,000 per year an acceleration of the replacement of these older PCs would be significant to Intel sales and earnings.

    From Bruce Burnworth at Seeking Alpha

  • Conclusion

    Having successfully using Lanner's LEC-7070 for bottle inspection, Lanner's hardware solutions are currently being considered by this particular system integrator for the development of other automated multi-cam inspection systems.

    These systems will be deployed not only for inspecting fill level, product labels, character recognition and container molding in the food and beverage industry but also for other multi-vision verification and testing tasks at vehicle manufacturing facilities.

    [Intel's "multi-vision" systems are obviously already ready for prime time and will offer substantial growth in the world's factories in a multiplicity of uses. ]

  • Machine vision uses cameras, computers and software algorithms for carrying out inspection tasks that require precise and repetitive verification and testing in high speed. Accomplishing such tasks with human vision is extremely difficult, if not impossible, because while human eyes are capable of making precise measures in details, they aren't equipped to do so in a rapid and repetitive manner; human vision, by comparison, is error-prone and could deteriorate irreversibly when made to perform such visually intensive tasks.

    Machine vision uses cameras, computers and software algorithms for carrying out inspection tasks that require precise and repetitive verification and testing in high speed. Accomplishing such tasks with human vision is extremely difficult, if not impossible, because while human eyes are capable of making precise measures in details, they aren't equipped to do so in a rapid and repetitive manner; human vision, by comparison, is error-prone and could deteriorate irreversibly when made to perform such visually intensive tasks.

    This fanless box PC is based on Intel's Ivy Bridge microarchitecture and offers a rich I/O interface. It strikes the perfect balance between performance, cost and combines processing power, industrial-grade I/O functions, image-capturing and network communication capabilities in a compact form factor.

    The LEC-7070 comes equipped with either the Intel Core i7-3517UE or the Core i3-3217UE processor, coupled with the Intel HM65 chipset.

    From RoboticsTomorrow

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver 5 hours ago Flag

    Intel really has the momentum going on all fronts now.

  • Way back at the beginning of the year, Asus announced two new smartphones at CES. The first was the ZenFone 2, which we recently reviewed and liked a lot, giving it our "Editor Recommended" award. The other phone was the ZenFone Zoom. Unfortunately, at CES this phone was only on display under glass and was clearly not ready for prime time.

    All we knew back then was that it was also going to be an Intel Atom-powered smartphone equipped with an impressive-sounding 3x optical zoom camera. Now, eight months later at IFA, Asus has taken the wraps off the finished product and announced the full specifications of its Galaxy Camera killer.

    As you can see in the picture above, the Zoom has a dedicated camera shutter button, a smaller one to activate video recording, and physical controls for the zoom lens (the volume rocker). Also, unlike the all-plastic ZenFone 2, the Zoom has an aluminum unibody that forms the sides and area surrounding the lens. The rest of the back of the phone is plastic and is removable to access the SIM and microSD slots.

    Rounding out the camera component of the Zoom are the features enabled by the ZenUI Camera app. The Zoom can take macro photos as near #$%$ cm (2 in), and the software can also combine four 13MP images into one 52MP "Super Resolution" image.

    The Zoom also utilizes a quad-core Intel Atom SoC, but Asus has equipped it with the new Z3590. This chip has a higher clock speed (2.5 GHz vs. 2.3 GHz) and faster GPU speed (640 MHz vs. 533 MHz) than the Z3580 found in the older ZenFone. This should make the Zoom the most powerful Asus phone yet.

    From TomsHardware

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver 12 hours ago Flag

    The incredible robustness of this week's Skylake release was a very pleasant surprise along with a number of analysts concluding that the PC downturn is over. Intel has clearly positioned itself with many growth drivers going forward. And Micron will benefit from almost all of the same dynamics.

  • Total scam.

  • The incredible robustness of this week's Skylake release was a very pleasant surprise along with a number of analysts concluding that the PC downturn is over. Intel has clearly positioned itself with many growth drivers going forward. And Micron will benefit from almost all of the same dynamics.

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver Sep 4, 2015 12:50 AM Flag

    Complete scam.

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    Intel offers iOS tools, iPhone slot soon?

    by wallisweaver Sep 4, 2015 12:49 AM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Sep 4, 2015 12:49 AM Flag

    Yet another important catalyst for Intel.

  • Amid mounting reports that Apple will use Intel modems in some iPhones in 2016, Intel unveils Multi-OS Engine

    Intel has become an increasingly close partner in Google's Android efforts in recent years as it has finally broken through into the smartphone market with deals to incorporate its Atom chipsets in handsets from companies like Motorola. However, amid mounting speculation that it may find its first slot in the iPhone next year, it is also contributing to the effort to foster multiplatform applications for iOS and Android.

    Last week, developers got their first chance to preview Intel's Multi-OS Engine (MOE), which is designed to deliver a sharp reduction in the time to build separate native apps for the two main mobile operating systems. The MOE will allow programmers to reuse Android code in iOS apps while preserving a native user interface.

    By harnessing Java on iOS, Intel says it is taking a unique approach, enabling mobile developers to reuse the core mobile app logic written for Android by compiling the Android code into iOS code. As much as 60% of Android code could be repurposed in this way, says Intel.

    Intel could bridge Android and iOS down at the processor level, if the reports which have swirled for the past few weeks prove to be true. These indicate that Intel will secure a much coveted slot in the iPhone soon, which would not only boost its mobile business but add to its already growing credibility.

    From rethink-wireless

  • A month back, an interesting rumour regarding the upcoming Mi Pad cropped up. It claimed that the next tab from Xiaomi will not be an Android one, but a Windows. The move sounded pretty strange then. Nevertheless China publication Mobile Dad today blankly denied the previous leak by saying that the upcoming Mi Pad 2 won't at all be a Windows device. Instead the tablet will be able to Dual Boot between Android and Windows as per user requirements. Impressive stuff!

    From gizbot

  • Chipmakers push to bring the Internet of Things to plants

    Makers of semiconductors spend upward of $5 billion to build and operate fabrication plants—known as “fabs”—that run 24 hours a day so they can recoup their investment before the equipment becomes obsolete in five years or so. Rows of pristine machines sit in windowless cleanrooms, which are almost as free of humans as they are of dust. Intel and Texas Instruments have spent decades perfecting this almost sci-fi form of manufacturing. Now they want to show the rest of the world how it’s done.

    The chipmakers have set their sights on what researcher IHS estimates is a $185 billion global market for gear to automate industrial production. To capture a portion of that spending, they’re prodding companies to bring the Internet of Things—a term that describes a world in which physical objects are embedded with electronics and talk to each other—into factories. “It’s moving beyond hype and into engineers rolling up their sleeves,” says Doug Davis, senior vice president of the IoT division at Intel, which had more than $2 billion in sales last year. “The economic value and impact are unquestioned.”

    From Bloomberg Business

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Sep 4, 2015 12:38 AM Flag

    Impersonation IDs:

    wallisweever
    wallisvveaver
    wicked_waldo
    worthlisweaner
    And many more

    Stalker IDs:

    wallyweaver,
    boob_patrol,
    pumper_diptonite
    wdblawgrow
    jceandthegirls
    Grandpa Tiglet
    And many more

    The wicked_waldo ID was created on August 7th.

    wicked_waldo
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    The wallisvveaver ID (two v's instead of a w) was created on June 29th

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  • Reply to

    Intel Catalysts

    by wallisweaver Aug 21, 2015 10:26 AM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Sep 4, 2015 12:32 AM Flag

    Skylake sold out, Skylake to appear in 800 systems!!!
    Intel’s Omni-Path network fabric, the company’s next-generation 100Gbps netwoking fabric technology.
    Razer's new VR camera uses Intel tech - and it's a huge deal
    Intel busting some big moves in gaming
    Intel boosts SSD performance up to 7x with new Optane family
    Microsoft/Intel Windows smartphone gathering a lot more momentum
    Intel's 5G IoT future is huge
    New memory blockbuster with Micron - looking better and better
    Crosspoint servers on the way
    FPGA strategy and benefits looking much clearer
    Servers, data centers, networking, memory, SSDs, gaming, FPGAs, and a new Microsoft/Intel Windows smartphone are poised to deliver growth as Intel is hitting on all cylinders under BK.

    And the PC decline is over!!!

  • Reply to

    Predict when this filthy stock turns

    by itakebackmyapology Sep 3, 2015 2:22 PM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Sep 3, 2015 7:51 PM Flag

    "Now you know what is coming."

    [Yeah, Lucy - more of your predictions, more of your stupidity, and more of your inability to hold yourself accountable for your stupid predictions.]

  • Reply to

    Can INTC hold on to $29 today?

    by intoodeep99 Sep 3, 2015 1:49 PM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Sep 3, 2015 2:07 PM Flag

    The last I heard you said we were going to $24. Now you are worried about $29. Great that you have upgraded Intel by five bucks!

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