You can always install a Google-free version of Android.
This sounds far less than the 95% of Android devices stated in the article. It would affect 11% of users (http://developer.android.com/about/dashboards/index.html).
In android you can view the data usage per app. Is there something similar in iPhone? It easily pinpoints which is the app(s) that is use more data than they should.
I'm very much looking forward to Wayland, which allegedly is the main requirement for nVidia implementing proper (dynamic) optimus support.
When I studied CS there were 5 women and 200 guys in my class. With that in mind, complaining about an IT company not hiring many woman is nonsense.
I don't think people who are mentally confused go to the doctor by their own will. They most likely were taken there by the police or other people.
I agree to this. Until high school I used to sleep 7 to 8 hours every night. During my bachelor studies I was studying, working part time, and doing some graphics programming until late at night. After a few years like that, I got used to sleeping 4 to 7 hours per night. Now I can't go to bed before 2AM, or I'll be like O_O
No thanks, I prefer to have less latency. Also, no word on resolution, but unless it uses HDMI 2.0 or DisplayPort, it's not going to be HiDPI. Who would want a non-HiDPI, 30Hz screen these days?
As are any other laptop with HiDPI.
Icelandair has USB outlets as well. I love it!
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?