One of the links from the article actually provides a photo of a tear-down . Apparently if you remove the label in the battery slot there is a hidden logo from Xiaomi.
Commented on Crowdfunding campaign against US patent on personalized content via Hacker News:
Even if the 'invalidating bad patents' idea sounds promising, I still think that in order to stop 'stupid patents', as described in their front page, the smartest move would be to fix this broken patents system so that no more stupid patents could be registered.
Commented on There’s no good reason for Apple to kill the headphone jack via Hacker News:
One of the things that I like about the 3.5mm jack is that it's ubiquitous. I unplug them from my PC, plug into my phone, then into a tablet…
I have no prior experience on wireless headsets. How well does pairing work when there are multiple devices? I haven't had a good experience with other gadgets in the past; I used to dualboot my PC, but pairing my Bluetooth mouse with one OS automatically unlinked it from the other OS.
I don't know if it's just a bugged device or if that's what is supposed to happen. If it's the latter case, I wouldn't see any advantages for wireless headphones over 3.5mm, at least in my case.
The author got me until he showed the screenshots where he impersonated the airport.
I mean, you could complain if you got your Twitter account suspended for no clear reason. Maybe the airport or some other big party attempting to unfairly get your handle. But this does't seem to be the case here.
Commented on North Korea’s Naenara Web Browser: Weirder Than We Thought (2015) via Hacker News:
Shouldn't this be tagged as (2015)?
On the other side, it is interesting how close they have made recent versions of Red Star OS to look like MacOS X. I guess they don't care a lot about copyright infringement. Which is possibly related to the fact that Kim Jong Un has had, at least in the past, access to an iMac .