Not anymore. It does have vi-mode, although not feature-rich as vim.
The only reason to use it now is if for some reason you want to avoid C++ and develop in pure C.
I don't know how functional, but there are 2 free firmwares being discussed and used(by a few people) in the OpenMoko community. Apparently it is illegal to use a non-approved baseband firmware on public networks.
It's fine as long as they have stormtrooper accuracy.
I use my headphones to isolate myself. Music is distracting so I listen to white or pink noise from simplynoise.com.
Apple also used to be trend setting in personal computers in the late 20th century.
I think his HEV makes that sound.
Unfortunately, we must somehow replace the current version of capitalism where not having a job and not having to work are different things.
In actually free parts of the world, we can buy any smartphone without any contracts. Obviously, initial cost is higher but usually worth in the long run.
Native was never away. It always has its place. It is just that performance/efficiency is not always top priority.
The original score implies something dramatic with plot twists.
I wonder when we will see "awesome prostetchic p3n1s" spams
No, unfortunately i need to satisfy them manually. They said it will be fixed in GPP 2.1.
... we just don't care. FTFY
Is there a tiny ( - )sign on its surface?