Someone warn Stephen!
Thanks for the tip. Atril seems lightning quick and uses far less memory compared with Okular on a heavily image-laden PDF.
Snail Mail: Tinned Escargot sent via parcel delivery.
Or Airstrip One.
Yes, the audio cable works as an antenna. It also works with portable, wired, speakers.
No one listens to music while walking the dog or jogging, or have they all switched to bluetooth? Headphones are very popular with commuters who crave a reason not to strike up conversations with random travellers!
I must buy one of those gamer headsets that cover your ears. I find bud-style earphones annoying as they inevitably fall out when the wearer inadvertently yanks at the cord.
It depends on where you live.
For a city person, the chances of a Gozilla attack or zombie apocalypse are, admittedly fairly remote.
In remote areas prone to natural disasters, radio can be used effectively by emergency services to inform local residents. e.g. bushfires. though my state plans to use SMS.
Galaxy Note uses a handwriting as a premium value-add.
By Google making handwriting apps commonplace, any cheap Android OEM vendor can bundle phones with styluses.
For such a tiny developer base, writing drivers is a wasted effort if hardware has a Linux driver available under a compatible license.
What they ought focus on is a compatibility sandbox to load an arbitrary Linux kernel module and only then write *native* drivers where it makes architectural sense for performance or security reasons.
Amplifiers that go up to 11?
How did that end up?
Chavez is entombed and inflation was running at 69% as of December.
Storing excess solar in one's car battery sounds like a plan. The leaf has a 24KW capacity with a 170km range. For a modest 2 person household that uses less than 10KW a day and typically drives a max of 60km in a single day in the suburbs, it makes sense.
If the economics match up, of course and I'm sure they won't at least until the price of solar panels and electric cars falls drastically with economies-of-scale and/or subsidies. $AU40K for a hatchback (on Nissan's website) sounds excessive; these things aren't mass-sold in my country.
Too much heat. It's not a market where a noisy fan is going to win sales.
(By comparison Apple's new fanless Macbook uses a Core M, rather than a more powerful CPU)
But if you want to build your own, there's the android-x86 project for porting it to generic hardware...
Stream 7 is Windows 8, this machine is Android.
Base models of iPad come with 16GB storage - the difference? This Dell machine comes with an SD slot.
Wait 'til "Canadian Ted" Cruz becomes your president, overthrows the Castro regime and sends a twentieth of the island's population to the mainland as language teachers.
2017: USA officially bilingual in English and Spanish - thence a compulsory subject!