2560 x 1440 is a wee bit cheaper though: https://global.ebay.com/search/?Query=2560+1440
I might be rather mistaken about this, but I've heard South Korea has some contracts where they are sort of grandfathered in from the time that they were still marked as a development country (1997).
Truth be told, that 7x speedup was only in a part where they rewrote their autogenerated C# code to use some special construct that only exists in C# but not in Dalvik/Java. On a micro benchmark of that particular part they got a 7x speedup.
Basically they found a special case where the C# compiler knows a trick that Java doesn't do, then pointed out such a case exists in AOSP and tweaked that source code file.
*grin* On OS X Ctrl+H is still backspace.
A format is not enough. You have to do a ATA Secure Erase to be really sure. But, a format or full empty space overwrite should make sure somebody will have to disassemble the drive to actually get to the data remnants. Since the visible virtualized drive part will of course remain empty, else the 'contract' of storage would be broken.
Link to Original Source
Actually that URL now shows "403 Forbidden"
Western fashion? Look at Japan, South Korea, India.
It doesn't appear learning hurts the development, as much as the diminished amount of exposure to the sun when you keep people indoors. Low vitamin D gives all kinds of odd immune problems, muscle problems, hormone problems, brain problems, as it is needed for a lot of biological activity.
We need to ask manufacturers to make their devices outdoor proof.
What problem does it actually solve which cannot also be solved by a good OS, a competent admin, an SSD, and a spinning disk?
The problem of not having a competent SSD, or good OS. Possibly also, lack of remaining HDD slots or SATA/power connectors.
This one is less convenient (not a standard SATA format) but faster.
I vaguely remember somebody writing a text only X11 frontend driver for the console. I can't seem to find it though. It think it would emulate the display of a virtual framebuffer via AAlib by displaying characters that approximate the pixels.
It appears that is a fixed answer. Related: why does it run Linux 2.6.20? Which is quite old..
Other reviews mention random reboots. Is Android Central at a point where they don't see that as a problem?
"Molecular Biology of the Cell" (colloquially: The Cell), is kind of like TAoP for cell biology. It's not short though. But combining all the TAoP Volume 4 Fascicles together, you are already at a large fraction of the amount of pages in The Cell. So I guess it's what you are looking for.