I just hope no animal suffers undue cruelty in the process..
killing a animal is cruelty enough.
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These problems started to occur after Boeing started large-scale outsourcing of its manufacturing
Unfortunately this is not a manufacturing issue, had this been a manufacturing issue, it would have been easily fixed with the corresponding parts replaced free of cost by Boeing. This is a design issue and this is not out-sourced, permanently fixing the design issue will require one heck of ingenuity, any further issue with this aircraft..and it would be heading to the scrapyard.
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Also, the Korean market isn't misleading. There is a reason Korea is the highest exporter of robotics and robotics research. Their main fields are robotics and ship building. There are a lot of companies that have shared researching agreements with Private South Korean robotics firms. Google self driving tech has a lot of patents and parts from multiple Korean firms. Who do you think spearheaded the robotics research for autonomous limbs for people?
The second most advanced robotics country is Singapore.
That is not accurate, in pure robotic research US is still the leader. As for Singapore, well they just provide the test bed environment for any tech company to test there technology/hardware in real time city environment, the local universities subtly collaborates so that they are in the loop for publishing research papers.
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Ah, an ambiguous statement that's neglected to be quantified. Japan is doing everything you stated and more (autonomous vehicle 5G hardware). But you'd only know that if you researched about Japanese tech as much as you did South Korea
Well the 5G network equipment providers are Samsung, Nokia and Erricson, ZTE and Huawei are out, and no Japanese vendor.
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Chinese are very open to new things, as long as Nissan has new ideas
That's the thing, the new idea's guy was arrested/jailed, cannot leave Japan and was dismissed from his position.. so the sun has set on new ideas and bailout would be in the horizon soon.
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"When Trump signed his first executive order, which was the Muslim travel ban, tens of thousands of Americans rushed to their airports all across the land to protest...
Well what happened during WWII and what is happening now has no correlation, first the Japanese Americans were in the US legally and not coming in illegally to the US, the scenario now is all about illegal immigration (from any country) via the southern border, the Muslim ban was never there, the ban was from few middle eastern countries which was anyway not allowed by the justice system. The situation in the illegal immigrants camps is the same as it was when say Obama / Bush were in office, so did the Japanese Americans living in the US complain and protest then.
So Mr Takei what's you take on no illegal immigration in the land of your forefathers, this should be allowed and embraced ? Your problem is with Trump right, When in the future a republican or democrat president is in the office and does exactly what Trump is doing, but does not speak or tweet about it, everything will be fine.
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Well psychological targeting by social media firms is to achieve desired behavioral effect from a neutral and even hostile audience, just look at what Cambridge Analytica was doing, and in this psychological warfare anything could be thrown at you. Narrative based lies,deceit,subterfuge (fake news) is one of the primary tool.
Authoritarian or Democracies, states have no option but to protect themselves, but then the authoritarian states themselves use trolls, and unless they transition to real democracies, will be consumed by the same fake news they subtly propagate.
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First, there are about 4.5 million Indian Americans, about a quarter of whom are under the legal age to vote.
Second, just about half of those who can vote are Hindu. Presuming all Indian Americans of Hindu descent are Hindu Nationalists is a dubious assumption at best. Indeed, the majority of Indian Americans identify as Democrat.
Well all Indian Americans are not of Hindu descent, many are Muslims and Christians, ohh yes..majority of those legal pakistani and bangladeshi identify themselves as Indians, It will take far more than 8 mins to get these facts..
Indeed, the majority of Indian Americans identify as Democrat..
And that is changing, they are now going red now, could start you fact checks with Dinesh D'Souza, Nikki Haley..
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Well Trump is eyeing the 4 million Indian American votes, and in all probability he will get these votes. As for Khan he is a puppet of his jihadi military masters, the IMF dictated austerity measures are in full effect as that country is almost bankrupt, had the Saudi prince not given his private jet for his travel, Khan may not have made it to the UN.
What possible benefit is Pakistan going to have now sending in terrorists when there..
That's him just confirming what his country has become, and since he has no powers, Modi has no interest in talking to him. Modi is waiting for Nawaz Sharif to become PM again, and then restart the talks..
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semperfiToday 07:34 am JST
Once again Japan demonstrates its great progressive diplomacy working collaboratively in this venture with other nations : Russia, US and the UE.
Japan is truly the only Asian country that contributes with cutting edge technology and elegant statesmanship.
Looks like you are living in a alternate reality, progressive diplomacy and statesmanship is not there forte, had this been the case, all maritime disputes would have been resolved long ago. And speaking of statesmanship, Modi is the only one from Asia who is leading on this front.
All the cutting edge manned space technology has been developed by US, Russia and China (little bit) only, and speaking of Asian countries, both China and India are way ahead in space technology.
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Hong Kong was part of China until the Britain annex HK under duress as a result of the Opium Wars. The people were originally Chinese, other than the British overlords, and were treated as inferior to the ruling British and, were in fact, called coolies by the ruling British.
Yes, I am well aware of this fact, also how Opium was used to control and subjugate the population..
As China does not recognize dual citizenship, the British Nationals (overseas) are regarded as Chinese citizens
Yes, but since they have BNO (British national Overseas) passports, they can easily migrate to anywhere in the west, Canada and Australia are among the favorite destinations..
You claim that many have been "westernized" but by the clashes between pro-and anti-Chinese protesters shows, many still consider themselves Chinese and not "westernized". Protesters that want the Western lifestyle are free to leave HK and seek that lifestyle.
Well the protesters are fully westernized, this is due to the catholic western education, majority of them are Catholics and are fully westernized, they consider themselves more english than chinese, and no I am not making this up, this is a fact, some of my past western educated managers (chinese) always considered themselves more english than chinese. One more thing, why do you think majority of the HK locals have/prefer english first names, what does that tell you.
Now the pro-chinese protesters are the ones who have migrated from mainland China in the last 20 yrs, there protest is managed from the mainland, just like the anti-chinese protesters are subtly managed from abroad.
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So is this Trump's and the US approval of India's clamp down on Kashmiris'? It the US approving India's treatment of Kashmiris and the declaration of marshal law in Kashmir, the use of military force in Kashmir?
Which Kashmir are you referring to, PoK (Pakistan Occupied Kashmir) or the 5 districts of Kashmir on the Indian side ? If you mean all of Kashmir from a Indian perspective, than that is yet to happen, i.e. the Indian takeover of PoK (Pakistan Occupied Kashmir). Now once that happens then you may have a point.
The situation is HK is very different in that the managed catholic protestors are also British nationals, they never were part of China, the land has gone to China, but the protestors are all but westernized, and most of them are fine re-locating to the west, since 1990 more than a million have already re-located.
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Pukey2Today 03:09 pm JST
That's funny, coming from a guy who just stood there and did nothing as governor of Gujerat when innocent Muslims were being murdered.
Modi was the Chief Minister of Gujarat and not Governor, and innocent Hindus were murdered in that Godhra training burning attack, following which the riots happened, do some homework, and yes all of this was planned to get rid of Modi, but Modi was/is a very strong grassroots leader, and knew exactly what was happening. No amount of deceit, subterfuge could dismantle him, he kept on winning local state elections and later national elections.
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No surprise that Trump and Modi get along so well. They're both arrogant bullies who dislike Muslims, and are happy to stir up fear and hate to accrue power.
They both hate the jihadi variants, and ever since Modi ended the medieval triple talaq (instant divorce), his vote share among the Muslim women and educated Muslims is steadiy increasing.
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Say what you will but Apple makes a far better product than any other manufacturer of electronic goods, for smartphones and tablets
Well the LCD/OLED on the iPhone is made by Samsung and is one generation behind the latest Samsung mobile, further Apple could not make AirPower work and went back the standard Qi contact pad charging, AirPower itself was bought from Power by Proxi (PbP) and re-branded by Apple as AirPower.
Aesthetically speaking, Apple products are much more pleasing to the eye.
Yep, that's what Apple has been selling since the 80's, a pleasing looking product, there core focus area always had been design and packaging, that's what the consumer sees and that is what they buy.
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This company's foundation is all but based on stolen technology, and they are still doing it, and will do anything to get a edge over the competition, they are basically banned in the west, this is something they never ever expected.
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Japan is the only market to practically only buy iPhone, with Sharp and Sony being 2nd and 3rd but pretty far back in market share
Well Sharp and Sony mobiles are now basically in the retro category, wonder why are they still in this business.
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The Great Orange Idiot was going to bring these terrorists to Camp David and fete them like kings - just like he'd do if he invited Kim Jong Un or Putin.
Meanwhile, our friends and allies who have shed blood with us are insulted or ignored.
Putin's and his Puppet's plan at work...
You need to wake up from cryo sleep, this has nothing to do with Putin or his Puppets. Do some homework, Taliban was created by the jihad oriented pakistani army, and is controlled and managed by them, every single attack is planned and executed by them, Trump or whoever advised him, finally realized what they were dealing with and rightly called off the talks.
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Regardless of what the sales and marketing teams push, iPhones and others are using official wireless standards when they charge using the contact pad. That isn't spin.
Well, I can only advise you to go thru the WPC Qi and PMA contact charging standards.
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From the Apple site itself:
Your iPhone 8 or later features integrated **wireless charging** that allows for an easy and intuitive charging experience.
Guess you have no idea of the mind boggling sales and marketing jargon used to describe technology, the marketing folks see that no wire is attached to the phone for charging, and viola now that's wireless charging. and that's how it is marketed, and this is not something unique to Apple, the sales and marketing twist the technical terms anyway they want to suite there branding etc..
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Mate, contact pad charging is not a thing. It doesn't exist. Nobody advertises their phone as supporting 'contact pad charging'. That's just a diversion. Admit it: all current Apple iPhones have wireless charging.
Well that (contact pad charging) is what exists today, It is though marketed as wireless charging. Wireless charging where you can charge from a distance, like 10-15 feet away, does not exist. Very obvious that you cannot see beyond the marketing and sales jargon, now that is something very common to die hard fans of a product.
As for chip design, you don't seem to know much..so let's leave it there.
They didn't make the first mp3 player, nor the first smartphone, nor the first tablet. It's just when they entered those markets, they made the game-changer product in each of those categories.
Yes, game changing design and packaging and not core technology is there forte, design and packaging is what the end consumer see's and that is what they buy, and that's where (design and packaging) they were leading, but the competition has caught up and is now ahead..
But the key difference is that Surfaces don't have a mobile OS. They run regular Windows. That's why they are laptops
And that is the reason (Windows OS on the tablet) why Surface is so successful, so in your world Windows OS on a tablet makes it a laptop..great.
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10 decent people debating the issues of our time.
The only decent person in the left (Tulsi Gabbard) in not the debate..
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The flat wireless charger which I have plugged into my computer uSB works fine without the need to plug the cable in
Yep, that flat wireless charger is the contact pad charger, the phone makes physical contact with the charger, and this is not wireless charging, true wireless charging where you could charge your phone from a distance is yet to arrive.. this (wireless charging) is what apple was working on earlier, but could not make it work and they finally went with the standard contact pad charging.
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As I said there is no wireless charging, and looks like everyone thinks there is wireless charging, which is not wireless charging but contact pad charging, that's why I had to finally differentiate the two and introduce the actual terminology.
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Um, you're the only one who has suddenly introduced this new terminology into the the thread.
Are you saying that contact pads have wires?
That's the thing, the difference it seems is not known. The contact pad charging which we have now, the device makes physical contact with the contact pad, In true wireless charging there will be no contact with the charger, your device could be at a distance of 10-15 feet from the wireless charger.
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I can see you have a hard time understanding technology. All iPhones have wireless charging, fact. What those articles talk about is reverse wireless charging, which is a meh feature.
Well I can definitely see that you have a difficult time understanding the difference between wireless and contact pad charging.
What I was pointing to was true wireless charging using RF from a distance of 10-15 feet, and not contact pad charging, for the contact pad charging Apple has just followed the footsteps of Samsung with Qi and PMA "dual mode". Further the contact pad charging on the Apple watch was a simple software hack of Qi, so they could thus avoid paying royalty to WPC (Qi) and charge an arm and a leg for their "proprietary" charger.
Apple rarely lead. They wait and do it best.
Well they were initially leading, and they are definitely not the best, those days are long gone
The design of the A13 is what makes it amazing. Any foundry can manufacture a chip. Not any company can design the fastest CPU and GPU in a phone..
Well you should start with chip design for manufacturing (DFM) concepts, further the ARM chip designers were hired by apple, chip design is again not something invented by or unique to Apple.
Like I said. The Surface just a laptop with a touch screen. And they sell in way lower numbers than iPads.
Well it's the other way around, Its a tablet with a functionality of a laptop, and that's why it has been so successfull, no longer need to carry a laptop and a tablet, as the Surface does both, and because of the success of Surface, Microsoft is now making inroads in the PC maker market.
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There really aren't. Unless all you want to do is browse the web, make calls, send messages, play games etc... Sure... Any phone can do that.
You have to step out of the premium iPhone world, I switched from my 1000 dollar Samsung phone to a Samsung phone costing 250 dollars, It does everything what the top end Samsung phone did, the difference is mostly form factors, the camera is few mega pixel less and that's fine. For real photography I use a professional camera, no smartphone camera will ever catch up with a top professional camera anyway.
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All current models of iPhone have wireless charging.
Nope, put thru these articles first..
Nowhere. It will stay that way. Apple doesn't do useless gimmicks.
And how do you know it will stay that way, Apple is no longer leading but only catching up on innovation..
Basically, Garmin and Samsung can't match Apple's superior engineering
Typical Apple die hard fan who thinks Apple does engineering, Apple is primarily a design and packaging company, for example the arm processor, LCD/OLED display on your iphone is engineered and made by Samsung, further the LCD/OLED display on the latest iphone is one generation behind the latest Samsung phone.
The Surface is far from 'highly successful'
The Surface is very very successful among those who use it for work, ipad was and still is primarily a entertainment device..and that's the difference.
and now only sell a laptop with a touch screen
Guess you know nothing about Surface..so let's leave it there..
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I'm not looking for breakout technology. I'm looking for a stable, user-friendly experience, that does the things I want it to do.
There are so many phones, that will do the same at a cost of 1/4th or less than the iphone or the top end samsung.
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