Gaming laptops (those that do are somehow imprisoned in the game, and are not a universal multimedia-household models) are now experiencing not the best time. On the one hand, the world of PC iron the last 2 generations have been in relative stagnation. On the other… casual players have otbirali just multimediawiki (and fu-fu-fu console), and hardcore gamers laptops is usually small.
From the Olympics I removed the last of the human factor
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“The industry is reaching design capacity, so this year we get six s-400, well, next year, the pace reduce will not” – said the commander in chief of Russian air force Colonel General Viktor Bondarev during the action “contract Service is your choice!”.
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Original taken from dmgusev in the Collapse of the Internet is expected seven years
“We are approaching a great revolution in the life of mankind, which can match all they had experienced. Close to the time when people get their hands on nuclear power, this source of strength which will enable him to build his life the way he wants it. This can happen in a century. But it is clear that it should be. Will people use this power, channel it for good and not to self-destruct? Grown up whether it the ability to use force, which must inevitably give it a science?”
Now in earth orbit is about 400 commercial communications satellites. Seemingly, a lot. But their bandwidth is limited, it is sorely lacking at all. The us company ViaSat believes that it is able to change the situation. On 9 February she announced a joint project with aerospace giant Boeing to launch three satellites of new generation, each of which is capable of servicing the communication channel with throughput over 1 TB/s. That is, each of three satellites has a capacity equal to all existing 400 communication satellites, combined!
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The draft law on the increase of electricity in the European part of Russia to reduce tariffs in the far East
Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) are widely used, both in everyday life and in industry. They are designed to provide the necessary power equipment from a backup source in case of “loss” of power. Backup sources such UPS basically serve as batteries. Therefore, these UPS provide power supply equipment for a limited time, from several minutes to a couple or three hours. There is a huge number of similar hardware, as they say, for every
taste and color “a pocket”, with different characteristics and various functions.
Consider the scope of application in everyday life.
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