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  • visit to the dentist typically involves time-consuming and sometimes unpleasant scraping with mechanical tools to remove plaque from teeth. What if, instead, a dentist could deploy a small army of tiny robots to precisely and non-invasively remove that...  more
    An army of microrobots can wipe out dental plaque
  • LOL facecrap again $5 billion is not enough! I'm thinking if I or anyone else would have done what facecrap & google do we would be IN JAIL!
    It baffles the mind that SOME people still use facecrap! LOL

    Facebook expects to face a massive...  more
    Facebook Could Be Fined Up To $5 Billion Over Privacy Violations
  • beast-usa
    beast-usa commented on Robert Brumley's post.
    lol
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      beast-usa Ok I'm running in 2020 EVERYTHING IS FREE and I promise to never speak over a 2nd grade level! LOLOLOLOL And I will give every American well non full American they must be something-American $50,000 if they make under $50,000 per year! I've decided that...  more
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      Robert Brumley Beast LOL
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      beast-usa lol
      • Wed at 11:40 AM
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    Robert Brumley
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      beast-usa Ok I'm running in 2020 EVERYTHING IS FREE and I promise to never speak over a 2nd grade level! LOLOLOLOL And I will give every American well non full American they must be something-American $50,000 if they make under $50,000 per year! I've decided that...  more
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      Robert Brumley Beast LOL
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      beast-usa lol
      • Wed at 11:40 AM
  • AMEN! If your laptop is new and cost less then $750 it's too CHEAP. If it's rebuild/refurbished and it's less then $500 it's again too CHEAP!

    If you're still buying your users the cheapest notebooks you can find, then you've fallen behind the...  more
    Higher-End Laptops Can Save Your Company Money
  • Tesla expects to have full self-driving cars in which humans won't have to touch the steering wheel around the second quarter of next year.

    The company made the announcement during an investor conference at its Palo Alto, California, headquarters...  more
    Tesla gears up for fully self-driving cars amid skepticism (Upda
  • I think they called it a "Replicator" since the 60's? (Star Trek) Feel the SciFi Don! LOL

    Robotic arm stacking layers of 2D tissues. Credit: Gideon Ukpai, UC Berkeley
    More than 113,000 people are currently on the national transplant list. And...  more
    New device paves the way to 3-D-printed organs, food
  • beast-usa
    beast-usa posted a topic in the forum The Geeks Corner:
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    Happy Easter Everyone.
  • Another facecrap break! It's seems facecrap could care less about it's members SECURITY & PRIVACY!

    Facebook late last month revealed that the social media company mistakenly stored passwords for "hundreds of millions" of Facebook users in...  more
    Facebook Stored Millions of Instagram Users' Passwords in Plaint
  • Happy Birthday Jennifer I hope all is good with you and your mum.
    Don't be a stranger.
  • beast-usa
    Happy Birthday
    EAT MORE CAKE!
  • beast-usa
    New Opera & Edge "Canary" another jump in speed for the new edge! The 5th fastest Windows browser!
    https://happyasis.com/forums/topic/814/internet-browser-updates/view/post_id/4578#siteforum_post_4578
  • Happy Birthday Cathy long time since you have visited Happy.
  • beast-usa
    Happy Birthday Lauren.
  • beast-usa
    beast-usa commented on H.J.Delight VIP's post.
    Well I believe him! lol I saw an alien a couple days ago! Well I thought it was an alien turns out it was just a democrat! LOL
    H.J.Delight VIP
    This guy reminds me of you.
  • beast-usa
    H.J.Delight VIP
    This guy reminds me of you.
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    New browser benchmarks Anne's Brave the fastest for windows! MS Edge Chromium "Canary" in yellow.
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    beast-usa commented on Robert Brumley's post.
    You should buy TV's for monitors much cheaper and they are the same screen! The difference you can see is the HIGHER contrast (normally 10,000 to 100,000 times higher different & LIGHTING more eye friendly) Boom it's the 4K LOL What's the res on...  more
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    Well the piece of junk overpriced ViewSonic 2K took another dump on me so I went to Best Buy and they had a 27" LG 4K new for $349.00 but were out of stock. They had one open box for $249.00. Looked brand new and still had original packing film on it....  more
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      beast-usa You should buy TV's for monitors much cheaper and they are the same screen! The difference you can see is the HIGHER contrast (normally 10,000 to 100,000 times higher different & LIGHTING more eye friendly) Boom it's the 4K LOL What's the res on...  more
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      Robert Brumley I couldn't find a 4K Tv for $249.00
  • beast-usa
    Robert Brumley
    Well the piece of junk overpriced ViewSonic 2K took another dump on me so I went to Best Buy and they had a 27" LG 4K new for $349.00 but were out of stock. They had one open box for $249.00. Looked brand new and still had original packing film on it....  more
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      beast-usa You should buy TV's for monitors much cheaper and they are the same screen! The difference you can see is the HIGHER contrast (normally 10,000 to 100,000 times higher different & LIGHTING more eye friendly) Boom it's the 4K LOL What's the res on...  more
    • beast-usa
      Robert Brumley I couldn't find a 4K Tv for $249.00
  • beast-usa
    Added two new browsers Microsoft Chromium based Edge "Canary" FINALLY Microsoft making a fast browser again and Brave. Brave has taken the top spot in windows browsers and is #3 in Linux just barely behind Chromium & Slimjet.
    Internet Browser Updates - Forum Topic View - Happy As Is
  • H.J.Delight VIP
    This guy reminds me of you.
  • For the first time, researchers have successfully 3-D printed chalcogenide glass, a unique material used to make optical components that operate at mid-infrared wavelengths. The ability to 3-D print this glass could make it possible to manufacture...  more
    Researchers use 3-D printer to print glass
  • LOL I can't believe anyone is still using facecrap? Using that site you're a special kind of STUPID.

    Not a week goes without a new Facebook blunder.
    Remember the most recent revelation of Facebook being caught asking users new to the social...  more
    Facebook Collected Contacts from 1.5 Million Email Accounts With
  • beast-usa
    beast-usa commented on DOLORES VIP's post.
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    Ok, I found the document, I think is because you accessed my laptop and put it in my screen. Well, thank you for that. But I still could not find the folder in my desktop and I don't like working with the server because it goes super slow.
  • beast-usa
    beast-usa replied to a topic in the forum Happy As Is:
    The server is not super slow it's your internet or laptop. I can open anything in less then one 100th of a second. 65,000 megabytes per second memory and 1,400+ megabytes per second SSD hard drives in RAID 10 are not slow.

    Average computers run 8,000 to...  more
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    beast-usa commented on DOLORES VIP's post.
    DOLORES VIP
    I dont find the disclosure statement. Can you pls. email it to me?
  • Says Windows 8 but that is a WINDOWS 10 Menu! If you're using Winblows you are crazy! Using a stock version of 8, 8.1 or 10 is SUPER INSANE!

    A cybersecurity professional today demonstrated a long-known unpatched weakness in Microsoft's Azure...  more
    Researcher Hijacks a Microsoft Service Using Loophole in Azure C
  • beast-usa
    Gone most of the day.
    WHEN YOU CALL - CALL ONCE!!!!!!!! I can see the calls calling me 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 times in a row pretty much means I WILL NOT CALL YOU BACK TODAY!!!!