They'll just make a permanent fix for the problem and issue a new version of the phone.
Nerds understand things this way, the general public is too far detached. The going theory (from the likes of marketwatch) is that they will discontinue the Note line altogether because there has been so much damage to the brand at this point. Which I think would be truly unfortunate for all the phablet lovers out there.
Samsung should retool the G7 to contain two or three smaller 'proven' Lion battery packages
That would be the definition of "cells." Putting cells together make a "battery." Whether they put batteries together or separately would not make a large difference imo. Where Samsung may have gone wrong is not making the battery removable and instead relying on new speed-charging circuitry that is bound to heat up a battery quickly. Perhaps the entirety of the circuitry needs to draw less current. The engineering discussion about the Note7 at Samsung right now must be very interesting.
Everything is not rosy with Walmart's penchant to do away with workers. One thing is an exploding crime problem at their stores because there is not enough personnel around. Who wants to go shopping in a crime zone? That and a popular local Walmart has an extremely hard time keeping the store shelves stocked. It's wonderful to have low prices, but I usually am wasting my time going there only to see empty shelves.
So disposing of workers only goes so far. I simply do not believe that our android workers will arrive in the near future to mitigate these problems created by lack of workers.
All those single board computers (SBC) like what are used in nuke plants might need updates to prevent hacking. I hope this doesn't melt the thing down somehow.
Stop with the lazy student shaming.
...it should be patched by early February. In the year 2245.
And this is why LG is losing me as a customer. They drag their feet with every single security update, probably to "encourage" owners to upgrade. You'd think that they could afford to hire someone just to take care of the occasional security patch and update. That and they should be sued for their phones overheating because of the 810 processor. As good as the LG G4's camera is, Samsung's is on par with it and other's are catching up as well.
One thing that LEDs aren't emulating (yet) is the nature of a dimming incandescent where the color gets more yellow-red as you dim the light.
They are now. Introducing Philip's "warm glow."
You and I are on the same wavelength. I feel like the megacorp marketing machine has made anything that was interesting about the story wither and die on the vine. Besides that I see no evidence there is going to be anything original. I have no plans to see this particular iteration.
Except in all actuality Tila Tequila is a brown dwarf.
You know what this could lead to?! A mandatory Windows(TM) license for every human on earth!
Anyone else remember when Qualcomm used to make lawnmowers?
I certainly do. Their 810 processor runs so hot that it's clear to me it runs on gasoline.
Spend the dime and fix the Kindle for Android app first. Many people can't get it to work *at all*.
When the water is bad though, it's a real gas.
I'll be here all week, try the veal.
There are very few ways a country can actually invest in its economy in the long term.
You mean besides dealing with the grotesque wage inequality that we have now?
People always thought that deflation (worse than inflation) would happen when a large quantity of out of work people would be unable to buy things, leading to a collapse in prices. But it can also happen through wage stagnation where people are working, but because their wage and buying power do not increase, they simply do not have the means to be consumers and grow the economy. So you end up with the same surplus of goods and services that people are unable to buy, leading to deflationary price collapses. People also put off marriage when they are poor, and there are less consuming families also. Think of an economic drought, just like California has a water drought.
If you think nobody cares if you're alive, try missing a couple of car payments. -- Earl Wilson