Okay. If you want reasonable just wait for three to four months for the movie to come out on video on demand and pay $5.
It should certainly be possible to put that in a MacBook Air to allow it to run iOS 7 and onward, so we can have both low power tablet and high power OSX in one small package.
There is no need to have an A7 in the Macbook Air to run iOS apps.
There is already a fully functional version of iOS 7 that runs on x86 based Macs and there has been since the app store was introduced. In fact I doubt that there is a single app in existence for iOS that hasn't at one point been run natively on an x86 based Mac.
When a developer runs an iOS app on the iPhone simulator for the Mac, they are not running on an emulator, the app is compiled as an x86 binary and linked against an x86 build of the iOS libraries.
The one that wrote the article either has no clue what he was writing about or he's getting paid to be dumb. Basically, you want to use Google's services? You gotta do it the way *they* want you to do it. It's their services and their terms.
" if Google did not act, we faced a Draconian future, a future where one man, one company, one device, one carrier would be our only choice. So if you believe in openness, if you believe in choice, if you believe in innovation from everyone, then welcome to Android. Now letâ(TM)s get started.â
Don't know about Denver, but Atlanta is definitely a great place for tech workers. There is no shortage of jobs there.
The ZTE Open is $69 - $79 unsubsidized.
Huawei has three unsubsidized phones for $79 before rebates.
What's the advantage of the FFOS phone over the cheap Android phones?
Do you deny that Android apps can run on an Android stack on QNX or Windows?
Not if the Android app uses the NDK and targets arm.....
For instance Firefox doesn't (or at least when it first was released) support Android on x86.
Celebrate Google's success with Android
Android's success != Google's success when many of the tablets being sold (i.e. the very cheap ones) use no Google services.
Now frankly, as a stockholder, I'd prefer that he'd work on getting Apple's diminishing marketshare issues resolved first before the Jobs Reality Distortion Effect finally wears off before spending time on green issues otherwise the green issues are kinda moot... but that's just me.
Right because chasing market share by lowering prices has worked so well for PC makers and Android manufacturers.
And then they turned their phone off. Do you expect Firefox to still be refreshing your tabs while your computer is powered off and dismantled?
They may have turned their phone off, but that doesn't mean that they turned off their iPod Touch, iPad, or Mac that are all capable of receiving iMessages.
Mod parent up!
This is exactly what is going on. There isn't a shortage of STEM workers at all. There is a shortage of STEM workers willing to work for minimum wage. What companies want is H1-B factories. Cheap foreign labor. I don't know who will buy their products when nobody has a high enough paying job to afford them though.
I see hundreds of listings in the area where I live for qualified developers with a salary between $80 - $105,000, I've personally never had to look for more than two weeks to find another job. No it's not in California and the cost of living is not that high here.
"Career opportunities" don't come with pay cuts. They come with pay raises. Run
Not true, for example if you're making good money as a "Senior COBOL developer" and all you do is maintenance work, it may make sense to take a slight pay cut to move into a newer technology and get architecture experience.
Dalvic is a JIT system, so no, there's no significant slowness caused by apps being shipped in bytecode form.
Just because Java proponents have been saying that for 20 years doesn't make it true.
No. There will always be people who use Microsoft (for reasonable values of always), just as there will always be people who can't properly use the BLOCKQUOTE tag on Slashdot
:-) Your inference falsely assumes that all the people in the world will eventually get a clue :-)
Nice Red Herring. The fact remains that anyone running Microsoft Server / IIS7 who eventually gets a clue immediately migrates to Linux / LAMP.
So you're saying that no one will use the Microsoft stack in 3 years? 5 years? Seven years?
The ability to use a phone other than an iPhone. Currently, Apple has a monopoly on phones compatible with Amazon video.
That's a weird business decision on the part of Amazon. Amazon Instant works on the Android based Fire. Why they decide not to support other Android devices is anyone's guess.