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- Refurbished isn't the same as remanufactured, just FYI, since I noticed you used both terms in your question. Refurbished basically means somebody made sure it works - replaced a switch or battery or whatever. Remanufactured means returned to as new condition.
28 weeks 2 days ago
29 weeks 3 days ago
- My department has a blog on WordPress. It's primarily to keep team members and customers up to date on nonproprietary developments that could affect the business, but we also want to drive some traffic to our main website.
41 weeks 3 days ago
- I agree. Some of the early 64-bit Macs sometimes have 32-bit graphics drivers and that is causing the compatibility issue. If you can figure out whether you have a 32-bit or 64-bit EFI, you should be able to tell whether you are good to go or not.
44 weeks 3 days ago
- Well, it is SQL based data analytics in the Cloud. Whether it is properly Big Data may be debatable, since to me that suggests data scientists collecting and figuring out how to analyze data at a macro level. But BigQuery is certainly data analytics, and that is a valuable tool for almost any business, if utilized properly.
49 weeks 3 days ago
- While discussing mobile OSes today (android is better, not iOS is better, no android is.........) my android loving office mate threw me a curveball by arguing that it was easy to improve android battery life through overclocking. Huh? That is totally counterintuitive to me.
49 weeks 3 days ago
- I haven't overclocked one myself, but the one thing that I would keep an eye on is heat. From the factory, Ivy Bridge processors seem to run pretty warm, and from what others have said, once you start OCing them they get hot.
1 year 1 day ago
- I guess the short answer is that it is only as important as the interviewer thinks it is. If that is me, it is of zero importance, but opinions obviously differ.
1 year 3 days ago
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