With OpenFeint already bought and shut down there would be little value to Google, better to buy one of the other actively running networks.
Make yourself white or reflective and you make yourself a more visible target.
The only bit of substance this article has is the quote from Eric Schmidt which is a partial quote which leaves out a very important bit. The fuller quote is: "Chrome and Android operating systems will remain separate products but could have more overlap ". When the article discusses Chrome it seems to be focused on Chrome the browser, not Chrome OS, which the linked Reuter's article properly does. The original article discusses the differences between Chrome and Android, but none of these differences preclude merging or otherwise combining the OSes. In particular, it is very possible that Google at some time will support running Android apps on Chrome OS or running Chrome OS apps on Android.
You mean the slower, inefficient way? Yeah sure, you can stick with that.
Minor nit-pick: AOL is not a Silicon Valley company. It was an important company in the 90s
My guess is that in this case this is an Ableton Libe problem and not an OS X problem.
I have a theory of what the CEO was doing instead of fixing up Groupon.
Try here: https://developer.palm.com/
You're obviously making a ridiculous request. Of course, there aren't going to be London newspapers with titles like "we got a hell of a beating", with or without Panzers.
How about you find a source that Panzer images were censored from British newspapers?
In any case, the Daleks were introduced in 1963, so the British public would be well aware of the shapes of Panzers by then.
eh? you know during WW II they had these marvelous devices called "cameras", they took "pictures" that were then reproduced in the "newspapers" of the times.
I'm sure much of the British public knew what Panzers looked like during the war, even more so afterwards.
Thanks for that, good to know.
In that entry only the one for the My Lai Massacre intervention strikes me as one which could be considered disobeying authority. I wonder how often disobeying authority and doing the right thing is rewarded.
Isn't that already included by default in all medals? I've never heard of an 'acting on your conscience' medal or 'doing the right thing' medal.