More so than how this will benefit Lenovo, Dell, and Acer, I'm interested in what kind of opportunity this creates for Asus and Samsung.
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When the OO website links to LibreOffice, and tells people to download the latest version there, we'll now that Oracle is sincere.
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The article states, "'A big question this research raises is why would we, or mice, have a gene that makes us less smart – a Homer Simpson gene?'Hepler says. 'I believe that we are not really seeing the full picture. RGS14 may be a key control gene in a part of the brain that, when missing or disabled, knocks brain signals important for learning and memory out of balance.'"
Oh, come on. If these scientists were current on their sci-fi, they'd know that the disabling that gene will affect the human growth rate, ala Ender's Shadow.