Windows runs way better in such a low spec mobile phone compared to Android.
Running Android 5 in my Moto G with 1GB RAM was hell, slow to a crawl after opening some apps or some browser tabs. Now imagine doing that in a 512MB phone like the Lumia 520.
Perhaps Jackson, instead of having so much trouble improvising, could just have sticked to the actual book, make only one movie and cut those stupid add ons he put there like that absurd romance between the dwarf and the elf.
But no, poor Jackson entered the project in the middle and since he didn't knew what to do, instead of using the actua source for all the material - aka the original novel - decided to come up is some half assed Hollywood ideias that ruined the film.
Sure, Peter, I really feel for you bro.
The performance per energy consumption still lags greatly behind NVIDIA offerings.
Besides that, there is CUDA, yes I know it's a closed standard but there is a reason most GPU computing libraries, specially in Deep Learning fields use preferably CUDA: it's just easier to get more performance out of it with less hassle.
If you just want to play games and electricity costs are not a concern to you (so, most teenagers I suppose) Radeon is ok, but if you are not in that category, I find it hard not to have to choose a GeForce.
You are really not getting the point here.
The average Muslim takes their religions as seriously as the average Christian these days.
That's actually wrong. Factually wrong, although it's an argument that being repeated all around against all data. As you can see, the "average" Muslim believes in capital punishment for Apostasy (leaving the faith of Islam) and more than the average believes that stoning to the death should be the penalty for adultery.
The data comes from the PEW research centre, not some nut-job right-wing organisation. Should also be noted that the extremist Muslim majority countries couldn't be analysed, so the real situation is even worst: http://www.pewforum.org/2013/0...
So, you are telling me that the value of the Venezuelan Bolivar I should use for reference is the one that the street traders in some lost city of Colombia (Cúcuta) are willing to pay for it?
Well, in that case the price of Bitcoin dropped almost to zero since if I go around in the street (and well, I live in city bigger than Cúcuta by almost 1 order of magnitude) where I live and ask people to trade/accept bitcoin for payment, nobody accepts that (even the bitcoin vending machine we had is gone now).
I mean, we should compare apples to apples and oranges to oranges, right?
Bitcoin has been more stable than multiple national currencies (Venezuela being only a recent example).
The hardest part of climbing the ladder of success is getting through the crowd at the bottom.