Mouse and keyboard only games, like Starcraft or Age of Empires, would really benefit from this. And the idea of Office or other productivity apps on the Xbox are interesting (gaming + productivity for a pretty reasonable price).
FPSs would obviously be where this would become contentious. Will be interesting to see how this plays out.
When you upgrade to macOS High Sierra, systems with all flash storage configurations are converted automatically. Systems with hard disk drives (HDD) and Fusion drives won’t be converted to APFS. You can’t opt-out of the transition to APFS.
Be sure to have backups before upgrading to High Sierra!
"CrashPlan will completely discontinue consumer service on October 23, 2018, so people looking to continue using an online backup service will need to find a replacement by that time."
Well that sucks. I use this to backup my machines to one another. Anyone have any alternatives? I'm not interested in cloud backup, but local peer-to-peer backups.
"It was super violating—I couldn't believe they went into my sent emails folder and found something from a year ago that was addressed to my doctor," Chelsea said. "It was really humiliating, and it felt terrible having to bring that up."
They searched her phone for 2 hours, looking through emails and who knows what else.
"The Spaceborne Computer is an experiment to see if regular “off-the-shelf” computers can operate in space over long periods of time. The computer is also equipped to deal with radiation exposure differently, relying on software upgrades rather than hardware. It runs on an open-source Linux operating system and is programmed to recognize when a high-radiation event is occurring, for instance. It will then respond by throttling its systems and lowering its operating speed to save power and avoid damage, according to NASA."