Unlocked prices are high because phones are actually expensive to manufacture and test. They're far more complex than any PC or laptop
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But Firefox is already always running but not responding!
My laptop is fairly powerful in all aspects except for the utterly useless for programming 1366x768 screen. I got a 27" monitor that supports up to 2560x1440, 'borrowed' and old USB keyboard and mouse from work, put the laptop on a chair next to where the montior sits (I don't have room for a desk). That's it, make sure the air ducts of the laptop aren't blocked and the only time you'll need to touch it is to turn it on. Put the laptop screen onto the lowest power setting too!
Tvcatchup is great but sometimes you can only get 360p quality
Liveleak has one of the most racist communites on the publically available internet
I recently bought this: http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MO-003-DG No idea if it's Korean or not but it's awesome, no dead pixels, HD input. No USB though and the speakers are pants but hey.
It's a pity there's no Open Source version of Perforce (yes, yes not everyone needs DVCS). They really panicked with the 2012 version though. I believe Google also use Perforce.
Speaking as someone who graduation from an Irish University with a CS Degree and MSc, degrees are what you make them.
Symbian weren't allowed break APIs. With C++ it's actually quite easy to do, so newer APIs were added. series60, which has nothing to do with SymbianOS, may be another matter. Phone manufacturers were also free to choose which functionality they supported.
So what exactly happens to this? Makes its way up to the surface eventually and generally fucks shit up I assume.
I really hate buying books about a topic and then it having exercises for me to figure stuff out I bought the book for. Not everybody is a student. At least Knuth gives the answers in his books.
Asha phones are intended for developing countries where bandwidth can be limited and expensive They talk about it here http://www.developer.nokia.com/Develop/Series_40/Nokia_Browser_for_Series_40/
I used work for a company that wrote frameworks and drivers for 3rd party apps. BC breaks were not tolerated at all unless supported by the appropriate paperwork. If they happened managers were called and fixes were rushed through as your team would not be allowed submit anything else until it was fixed. This break should have been caught.