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+ - Lg Optimus Pad Mobile->

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Anonymous Coward writes "LG Optimus Pad (Also known as T-Mobile G-Slate in US) has a 8.9 inch WXGA capacitive display with multi-touch input support. One special feature of the Optimus Pad is the 3D support for main camera. Users can record 1080p HD videos using the camera and transfer it to external HDTV or any other compatible device through the built in HDMI port."
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Comment: Re:Perpetual energy is against the laws of physics (Score 3, Informative) 360

by Hammer (#35242022) Attached to: Stanford, UCD Researchers Say 100% Renewable Energy Possible By 2050

I'll bite on this troll...

Renewable energy != perpetual energy
Solar power, wind power, hydro power, burning plant matter are all viable renewable energy sources today.
Incidentally all have been in use for the last... oohh 3000 years

Comment: Re:Bye-bye! (Score 4, Interesting) 997

by Hammer (#34875144) Attached to: Are 10-11 Hour Programming Days Feasible?

I worked for a company once that had a strict rule of 7.5 hours per day 5 days a week. If you needed to work extra to finish something you had to get clearance from the director of development.
Their reasoning was that after 7.5 hours per day you introduce much more errors and that will increase testing and bug fixing time and ultimately the company product.

With that reasoning in mind..... 10-11 hour days will likely f-ck up any programs developed pretty badly :-)

Real Users find the one combination of bizarre input values that shuts down the system for days.