But flashing a memory is not altering the software, it's altering the memory, isn't it? The contents of the memory is not the original software any more.
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Did you know there is a unit called Kilogram Force?
A kilogram-force (kgf), or kilopond (kp, from latin pondus meaning weight), is an informal unit of force equal to the magnitude of the force exerted on one kilogram of mass by a 9.80665 m/s2 gravitational field (standard gravity, a conventional value approximating the average magnitude of gravity on Earth). Therefore one kilogram-force is by definition equal to 9.80665 newtons.
Except for the people that already use double clicking on the title bar for some other operation (like shada/unshade)
The Motorola Droid came out almost a year ago, and it's as usable as it was then. Hell, it even supports 2.2 of the OS.
Except that is not completely true.
Although that is Motorola's fault, not every phone that can is getting an upgrade.
Even more troubling is that it seems to be region based.
And that goes not only for Motorola's droid
Also, unrelated but still a problem for android, is the availability of paid apps on the market.
How long before paid apps get to my country? (rhetoric question)
We will just have to raise the speed of light then.
What digital cameras (not
I have a simple Canon PowerShot SX100IS.
Does it uses SELinux in any way? So that only a handful of users are able to install signed rpm packages?