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So hopefully there will be a larger resolution available by the time they actually go into mass production.
TomTom itself will direct you to a point about half a mile away from my house (in the middle of a large town) if you put my postcode into some of its GPS devices.
That's caused problems both for friends and takeaway delivery drivers
Isn't that what a post code is, though? They are only useful for narrowing a search down to a certain area, that's why addresses also include road names and numbers.
Well, it is quite replaceable, just buy a violin and wait. Voila, an old violin. Personally I don't really see why anything old has an excessive value beyond its use.
You can't turn a violin into a viola just by waiting.
Sorry mate, won't be buying this bundle unless every game has a
Just for reference, in this bundle Super Meat Boy and Bit.Trip Runner have
Not entirely sure what any of that means, but hope its helpful for linux users.
*Now* they're making things even more of a cluster**** by using the Pentium name on low-end *server* (not mainstream) processors.
You forgot to include the footnote for explaining the **** there!