In case you were wondering how long it would be until Google shuts down Stadia: http://stadiacountdown.com/
DXOMARK's review of the iPhone 11 Pro Max has been published. It's composite photo and video score place it #3 among all smartphones reviewed. Interestingly, it's addition has knocked the Pixel 4 out of the top 10 list.
I really find it interesting that the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G and the iPhone 11 Pro Max are both rated as better than the Pixel 4. Like I said, the Pixel 4 isn't even in the top 10 anymore. The Pixel line has always been known for their superior photography, but according to DXOMARK, they've lost their mojo.
I have to say, I'm really impressed with the camera improvements in the new pro iPhones. I took several candid shots of my kids yesterday evening. All of the shots had horrible lighting, some of them were extremely backlit, and yet they all turned out great. I also took shots in a dark closet with very little light and it prompted me to hold still for 3 seconds. The resulting image was amazing. I'd have to use my Sony a6300 with a tripod to get a photo like that. The fact it was able to produce a photo from dark, that was sharp like it was, from hand holding the phone is amazing. (No wonder Pixel users were so thrilled for years.) If you're an iPhone user and care about good smartphone photos, this is a worthwhile upgrade.
Your server's time is off again. I just posted a comment and it said it was posted "in 5 minutes."
The time on your web servers is off again. I just posted a comment and it said the time was "in 5 minutes." I suggest configuring it to use an NTP server. Cheers.
This makes for a bad day at the office...
"Customers may experience intermittent connectivity issues with Azure and Microsoft services. Engineers are investigating DNS resolution issues affecting network connectivity. Connectivity issues may affect the availability of Compute, Storage, and Database services, and some customers may be unable to file support requests. More information will be provided as it becomes available. This message was last updated at 21:10 UTC on 02 May 2019"
Microsoft 365 Status:
"User impact: Users may be unable to access Microsoft 365 services or features.
More info: Affected services include SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, Microsoft Teams, Stream, Power BI, Planner, Forms, PowerApps, Dynamics 365 and Office Licensing.
Current status: We've identified a potential Domain Name System (DNS) issue that could be contributing to the problem. We're working to develop an action plan to mitigate impact.
Scope of impact: This issue could potentially affect any of your users intermittently if they are routed through the affected infrastructure."
I pretty much agree with the general premise. The sky hasn't fallen since the end of Net Neutrality. The fear mongering was real, and it was wrong.
I just posted a comment on an article on the site. It told me that I can posted it " - in 7 minutes"
Is the server's time off? I'm fairly certain my laptop's time is accurate as it matches my Verizon iPhone.
Does anybody know of a good solution for automating lights on a three-way switch? I'd specifically be interested in anything that could tie into Philips Hue, Amazon Alexa, or Samsung SmartThings.
Our outside lights are on a three-way switch (one in our mud room, one next to the garage's side door) but I'd like something that would turn the lights on at sunset and off at sunrise, or something along those lines.
I heard about today's terrorist attack in Barcelona. Are Paul and his family okay?
Odd... when browsing the site using IE on Windows 10, I don't see any comments at the end of articles. Yet if I use Chrome or Edge, the comments do appear.
I posted a comment this afternoon, then got a pop-up that there was a duplicate comment detected. I did not post or submit twice, I just posted once and left the browser tab open afterwards.
Since then, I've posted two additional comments, and when I submit them I see them, but when I leave the article and come back, they're gone.