what is curious for me is at what point will insurance companies insist on automated assist drive systems in cars especially considering 95% of crashes are due to human error. In 100 years it may be impossible to get insurance if you drive at all on public roads.
There's just one exception: with the graphics processing unit, only the binary files required to drive the GPU are available, as the source code remains closed. Anders said that's a sticking point for some purists
After having to deal with the nightmare that was the GMA500 blobs with intels on and off again linux support you can shove your new binaries were the CRT's don't shine.
Very simply food manufacturers removed the fat in the 70's and replaced it with huge amounts of sugar. The problem with sugar is the brain doesn't see it as nutrition thus it doesn't suppress your appetite when you eat sugar filled foods.
I have a ton of gadgets I carry around and the best solution, well for me anyway is a backpack. You can get some really well designed backpacks now for holding your gadgets and some even have front storage compartments for mobiles etc.
Shame it has a Qualcom chipset because now for me as a hardware hacker it is off my list of toys to buy. The only thing of interest for me lately the the Ubuntu edge mobile, hopefully they avoid the qualcom mess.
That was what iIwas thinking, this would only effect people downloading apk files from third party sites or android users downloading files that they think are free version of a $$$ app. If you stick to the Google play app store then you should be fine for now.
I'm surprised no one is making an arm cluster solution based on cheap $30 modules. The modules only need a single fast IO interface that can fit into a backpane. This would allow computer hobbyists to build a cluster over time, they can start with a few modules and work their way up as they get more money.