Perhaps you can use those in the upcoming Scottish war of independence...
Yep, if Microsoft's Surface Pro paradigm ever seriously threatened the iPad, Cupertino would be out with a hybrid OS at the next annual developer conference.
One OS to rule them all, Windows 8.x, is a strategy MS have copped flack for. But if there's one company that could pull it off, it's Apple with their design sensibilities as viewed through the reality distortion field.
Apple have already reskinned parts of OS X for touch - e.g. iWork and Safari, so there's enough commonality to port useful programs between platforms. The app stores are in place, what's needed is a unified API, a common subset of OS X and iOS, that deprecates any 'legacy' NextSTEP code from the 80s. They've migrated developers before with Classic and Carbon.
Running Windows apps in VM alongside Android?
arm v7 provides virtualization extensions - allowing one to host OSes via qemu or Xen.
I haven't seen the equivalent of Virtualbox in Google Play yet though.
The parent was making a distinction between Lisp-1 (e.g. Scheme) and Lisp-2 (e.g. Common Lisp).
CLOS, obviously, has objects bolted onto it - for which, as you point out, they write books.
Mitt Romney shares Goa'uld DNA with ancient Pharaoh.
You're in luck. The Nexus S is a 'tier 2' device that Mozilla staff used as a development target:
Open GL ES is a core requirement of 'Gonk', the UI layer of FF OS.
Mozilla borrows from the Android project for its device drivers, IIRC.
Any 'developing world' SoC mass produced in 2014 for the $25 smartphone market will include a GPU capable of running it.
Android launched on less RAM but the bare minimum, according to wikipedia, is 340MB and recommended minimum is 512MB. That's after Google did a clean-up, specifically to make KitKat less bloated than ICS.
Mozilla are actively working on Tarako to slim down to 128MB.
Regarding megahertz, ZTE's phone has a Cortex-A5; a chip not optimised for speed.
Kitkat has a minimum RAM requirement of 340MB.
Prototype developer hardware, such as the ZTE Open, has 256MB. Mozilla are investigating running FFOS with 128MB.
Newsweek writer Leah McGrath Goodman, who spent two months researching the story, told the AP: 'I stand completely by my exchange with Mr. Nakamoto. There was no confusion whatsoever about the context of our conversation -and his acknowledgment of his involvement in bitcoin.'"
It's a fork of a 15yo fork of Red Hat.
try removing that package from your system.
On mine, it warned about *a lot* of software that have it as an indirect dependency.