Because it could be a competent competitor to current Apple products?
I know I want an Apple II smartphone that I could play Oregon Trail on and make phone calls back to the '70s with!
who (as usual) broke the latest story about life inside Mayer's Yahoo, Mayer's curve may more similar to the elaborate evaluation system used by her old employer, Google."
Stack rank for grammar = 0.
When can I buy an OS for a future "hackintosh" that I might build?
All the world's not worth your rage.
Don't you mean EXORAGE?
MIPS are for kids!
I haven't been following the marketplace (and why I asked the question in the first place), so I would not know who would be the best to go with. But clearly there are services that can handle the load.
Why can't they just drop a contract in Oracle's lap to handle the website from start to finish? There has to be more than one CRM platform out there.
wants to make you feel bad because.. because... oh he's just black
Yes, they do. The reason is that there is a large number of elderly people calling themselves the tea party, who spend all day on the comment boards telling everyone that gravity is Obama's fault and that he is the Devil's child.
I know I'm tired of it. Good call Popular Science.
If after self destructing, an F-16 engine falling on you could still wreck your day.
"This isn't an iPad 2" and "This isn't an iPad 2 pro".
"O + O" - A gaming network?
My bet on the third icon (from the page);
The creative energy of Steam users takes shape in the Workshop - your one-stop shop for the best add-ons available. Here you can create, discover, and download a nearly endless supply of top-quality user-created content.
Now Linux users can experience all the heartache and frustration that goes with Steam! Mysteriously vanishing content, random lock-outs, and a customer service strategy apparently developed by EA. I can't wait! [/snark]
Soon, we'll be adding you to our design process, so that you can help us shape the future of Steam.
So maybe they will listen to customer's input.
Ellison followed up with the introduction of Oracle's new M6-32 'Big Memory Machine,' touted to be the fastest in-memory machine in the world, hosting 32 terabytes of DRAM memory and up to 384 processor cores with 8-threads per core."
This should be on my desk in about 4 years.