with so many bad ideas; some trying to do bad things.
The article makes claims that the world is more than 6000 years old. It actually tries to assert that people were around 70 thousand years ago. How crazy is that? This article can be further discredited because it uses things such as science, and math. Clearly the authors have an agenda.
RT isn't for phones, it's for tablets and above. Might as well use a real CPU in devices like that. Now I am going to run away from all the angry ARM guys who think custom configured OS software for each specific device is a good idea. People who think that being able to install a driver by hitting next next next is not important. People who believe that device companies should control what version OS you use and when it can be updated. That's ARM.
It's a lot of work, but it's really not that hard to understand. I aced my chemistry classes in college. The only reason my classmates didn't do the same is because they didn't review study along with studying current topics, and they didn't do enough sample problems either. The problem is it's a lot of work, not that it's hard. I think the main problem in chemistry classes is trying to jam too much material into one semester when not everyone has enough fortitude (or time) to spend on a single class. Professors themselves are often overcome with how much they are expected to cover in a single semester, often rushing though material in a way that can't be considered a learning process. I have had multiple professors tell me to keep studying after classes are over to make sure I am ready for the next class. I even study for classes before the term starts by finding the syllabus for the class ahead of time.
Damn water. It doesn't know whether it want's to be an acid or base. Always flip flopping on the issue.
where is my pyramid?!
Make it open source and easily customizable enough for other countries to use. Then put in bunch of hard to find security bugs and let the NSA exploit those bugs to spy on other countries. Two birds, one stone, everyone is happy. You're welcome.
Stick a BayTrail in there with a real (aka x86) version of Windows.
How long before they switch back to windows and declare the whole project a twisted waste of time and money?
It should be remembered as a hero.
I'm still using TCP/IP over smoke signals.
Anything that isn't being researched in a way to allow manufacturing might as well not even exist.
But does the ZR1 handle as well on a track in the twisties? Of course, I'm going on the assumption that people get cars like this to race them. Where racing is defined by doing something more complicated than going in a straight line.
It's simple but effective.
how much 5C will cannibalize 5S sales? Get it? C S? *badump bump*