The Z1 comes with 768MB of RAM which is 24 times the requirement here - you accuse Google of bloat?
This could see a hobbyist after-market for phones with cracked screens... Built in wifi, bluetooth, GPS, 4G, camera etc.
Looks like Logo to me - instructs the turtle to move in the most recent direction of a length specified by a random natural number.
Next Australians will be stopped at airport security for smuggling.
Security Goon: "We detected a suspicious dark slurry in your luggage"
Bloke: "Strewth mate, I'm not stupid enough to bring drugs into a country, with the tragic deaths of Chan and Sukumaran..."
SG: "The canister gave off a salty odour. We fed a sample to our narcotics canine Charlie, who is now convulsing on the floor"
Bloke: "Sorry um that's just my Vegemite. I have it on toast for breakfast"
SG: "You eat that stuff? Surely not!"
Bloke: "Honest to Warnie, I swear. Got any bread on ya?"
SG: "(sniffs and dry retches) No one could stomach that!"
Security Goon 2: "Chemical analysis reveals a high concentration of morphine. Lock him up for ten years"
They did try to interview Cap'n Johnny Sparrow but he was aboard the Black Pearl at the time, ferrying Scooby and Otis back home after Bananaby, gatekeeper of New Holland, declined to Parley.
Sounds like Peronism in a nutshell. Cristina can do whatever she likes as long as she invokes the spirit of Evita.
Nearby neighbours Chile and Uruguay both came out of military dictatorships at roughly the same time but don't have the same crony cult of personality.
Here's a coverage map - http://opensignal.com/coverage...
Most of the population centres, it seems.
I wonder if they have managed to produce any *decent*, affordable Android phones out of Tierra del Fuego yet. That silly electronics tax that just hikes up the prices of international brands, so I'd be curious if they have produced quality tech competitive of what's coming out of Asia. They have the same 240V wall sockets as here in Australia - so I could use my electrical devices there but allegedly the wiring was crippled slightly different to disallow exporting Argentinian goods to Australia without regulatory oversight? Well it's all micro-usb now anyway, at least for phones...
Petroglyphs are more susceptible to treehuggers from Greenpeace than the weather.
But they don't generally reflow. e.g. Viewing a document formatted for portrait on landscape monitor, journal articles with multiple columns, reading on a 4" smartphone are challenges for reading onscreen.
Sure is but if you want a small box for gaming, a 'steam machine' from various vendors will come with nvidia graphics.
While power consumption is relatively low versus a desktop system, it is high enough to require some decent cooling. When under load, the fan in the NUC5i7RYH can get quite loud. When idling or just doing basic tasks, the system is very quiet. But under load, it is clearly audible and is noisy enough to disrupt a home theater environment, etc.
I bought the fanless Atom-based NUC because it was silent and cheap ($100AU for the DE3815TYKHE kit on sale).
It's glacially slow by comparison to this model but then I didn't outlay $US500 and as you and the article state the i7 model requires a fan.
I'm expecting/hoping for model refreshes in the fanless NUC category based around Atom X5 (Cherry Trail) and Core M.
at least heartbleed is vaguely googleable though perhaps describing a medical condition. venom not so much.
Photoshop - back last millenium, casual photographers would take their roll of film to a "photo shop" who would process the negatives and print the photos for a customer.
Kids these days...