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  • asdfblah
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    Russia is not the place were most of internet traffic goes. Also, Russia cannot coerce many other countries to tap their submarine cables and cellular networks.
    Remember that the NSA can, in practice, according to themselves, read 1.6% of the internet traffic, which is more than enough to read all the HTTP, mails, video/voice chats, etc., etc.
    I'd prefer to use Russian systems over American ones, at least if they are relatively comparable.

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  • vortex
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    Originally posted by brosis View Post
    Huge difference between Russia and USA - when Russians spy, they don't lie about it.
    LOL, nice one.
    I didn't know this thread requires popcorn...


    All nations spy, all nations lie, and all of them deny everything, until they are caught red handed.

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  • DanL
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    Originally posted by Truth View Post
    Russia is a state of tyranny, ethnic cleansing and homophobia. Shun them at every possible turn.
    I think the same thing about Texas.

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  • brosis
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    Originally posted by smitty3268 View Post
    Ha ha ha, because Russia would never spy on anyone, right?
    Huge difference between Russia and USA - when Russians spy, they don't lie about it.

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  • brosis
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    Originally posted by Truth View Post
    Daily reminder that Edward Snowden is still alive, while Alex Litvinenko is dead and buried in a lead-lined coffin after being murdered with Polonium by the Russian state.

    Russia is a state of tyranny, ethnic cleansing and 3:homophobia. Shun them at every possible turn.
    Polonium - CIA murdered Jassir Arafat exactly same way.

    Tyranny - by same definition Michael and Obama are also tyrans?
    Ethnic cleansing - no, Russians are known to be extemely tolerant and there are laws against antisemitism.
    Homophobia - no, Putin already answered: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqrTFNJXHw0, proof - the host of russian mode show "Modny Prigovor" that is running more than half of the decade in 1st public channel is gay, and no problem - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEXe7dW6Zoc
    Last edited by brosis; 21 June 2014, 09:52 PM.

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  • Truth
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    Daily reminder that Edward Snowden is still alive, while Alex Litvinenko is dead and buried in a lead-lined coffin after being murdered with Polonium by the Russian state.

    Russia is a state of tyranny, ethnic cleansing and homophobia. Shun them at every possible turn.

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  • Jedibeeftrix
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    Originally posted by Sonadow View Post
    Plus ARM chips are so tightly integrated and there are hundreds of variations between them (SoC A uses radio A, gpu B, SoC B uses the same CPU as SoC A but with radio B and gpu A, and so on and so forth). Getting proper drivers is going to be a nightmare unless desktop ARM chips are made to have only the CPU cores and nothing else.
    we might have an answer to that at hand:

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/7721/a...tform-standard

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  • flux242
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    europe is only producing conchita wurst (or whatever it's called) today and I'm glad Russia doesn't associate itself with it. And it's clear Russia doesn't want to depend on pendosian technology any longer as they smother Russia with sanctions.

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  • stalkerg
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    It looks like Russia isn't identifying themselves with Europe a whole lot lately.
    This is Europe does not identify itself with Russia.

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  • stalkerg
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    I like more SPARC because he have Open License.

    Новые Эльбрусы от МЦСТ и так варианты SPARC. Успешно работают в оборонке. Дома живёт 400Mhz UltraSparcII, очень хорошая машина была для своего времени. ARM не лучше современных SPARC для десктопа.

    PS Good beer factory in Samara.

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