You're holding it wrong.
But Android is based on Linux, and I can still run Linux on a 386 without problems.
It's running inside virtual box that's running inside vmware on an android emulator that's running on an iPhone 1.
What's wrong with that?
If you could (in the way you wanted), you wouldn't need to hire anybody.
Important to note is that the real problem is that big companies are raising the barrier to entry by buying specialized companies.
And is your telephone company allowed to run computers that listen in on your conversations?
The problem with companies becoming their own manufacturers (buying other companies in the process) is of course that they actively destroy the economy for small companies. We should not accept this from Apple or any other company, because, while their devices may be beautiful, they actually do more harm than good overall.
If legal documents can be sent over Facebook, then shouldn't communications on Facebook be regulated under the FCC telecommunications act?
This would include that private messages sent over Facebook may not be inspected by Facebook, and may not be used for targeted ads.
Nope. But you can start your own version of Slashdot, and ask $9000 to join.
They don't even seem to have a running website yet.
I guess they just want to share the idea with the rest of us so that someone else can implement it.
The nice part of this product is that you can wear it without anyone noticing!
Look at Apple, they have no research department where actual scientists work (who publish).
If you're unfamiliar with it, check out research.microsoft.com, and you'll see what I mean.
Looks like your CNC machine could use some forms of feedback to make it more reliable.
The problem with wave farms is that they harness the gravitational power between Earth and the Moon.
If this energy is dissipated, this gravitational force is reduced, and as a consequence, the Moon will move towards the Earth in an increased pace.
I once used a word-processor that accidentally opened a pop-up saying:
"Help! I'm being held in an office in Seattle. Please contact the police!"