I think you are forgetting about Spain's AVE (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AVE)
With AGILE development methods we can have something in a week. Whether it will be better or worse will depend on the features that could be developed within that sprint.
Anyway, I'd say 1 week is a very aggressive timeline, right? Do you work as a PM for Accenture?
The diamond operator is available since Java 7.
There are now a few HiDPI choices in laptops. Writing this from my 3200x1800 laptop...
What about proper HiDPI support?
The only difference is at work, I'm not allowed to kill the orcs.
Ah, you are not?
I stopped playing games the moment I realised how similar to working were: go to this place, speak with this person, go to this other place, kill 1000 orcs, take this object and figure out how to better fuse it with these other 7...
"Moving forward, the researchers would like to miniaturize the system and make it wireless"
And that is the purpose of Braingate2: http://www.braingate2.org/
I was also switching to apps during calls in Symbian with My Nokia 6680. And for sure, the iPhone was not born yet by that time.
Have you tried using NDISwrapper? I haven't tried it myself, but if you are able to use the same driver as in Windows, everything *should* work the same way.
"First word" was great...
Posted as AC by mistake.
I think the point of having a Java emulator is being able to execute it from any OS and CPU.
So I would assume that this should be able to be run from "anything".
I assume _any_ intelligent lifeform, given enough time, will eventually either be curious enough to study us, or will want to fight for having a house in the beach.
And luckily, Google can't modify the images that captures in order to hide secret facilities, UFOs, and ancient civilizations.