Nokia sold you a phone
So they gave you the private key for the TrustZone locked down baseband ?
According to the wiki, it could be used only with openbts due to legal obstacles - FCC licensing and so on
Yep, Nokia runs on TrustZone few years already, but everyone screams - Nokia open, Apple bad. I guess for some people open means to be allowed running scripts, for others is be able to talk to the MMU in assembler. I think the whole Android open phone, was too good to be true
The people in those nations were
That was a joke, right ?
Yeah but the battery life would be 2-3 hours. Tip: google eee pc 900 battery life. Glad I got rid of mine, never buying Asus again!
Not to mention the overwhelming lead Nvidia has with GPGPU currently.
We are using GPU's for a number crunching tasks - integer operations. Currently one 5970 (aircooled) outperforms
a computer with 4 x GTX 295, watercooled and overclocked to 725 Mhz each.
NVIDIA has to do really much better with those new cards to win us back
The quality of our hand soldered prototypes with SMD components is much better then production devices made in sweat shop type of factory in China(even they use machines for that). Of course you are right if you can afford the factory that Sony/Apple uses to assemble their boards.
"There's no such thing as Society."
Or as my cat puts it: "Me! Me! Me!"
Yes but i already take part by barely watching TV, but paying licence so people like you can
watch the latest 'shot on camcorder' episode of Coronation street. I guess with the 50p tax
you will be able to even catch it on your BBC iPlayer and help clog my speed further
e-credibility: the non-guaranteeable likelihood that the electronic data you're seeing is genuine rather than somebody's made-up crap. - Karl Lehenbauer