To the IP drain? The same as before.
So 20 milliseconds? Like in other DSL technologies.
Bah! I hate having to wade through these kinds of articles, but it's necessary to answer them lest the perception take root that "Linux is doomed!" and all the usual blather that goes along with such nonsense. Every single time I read one of these articles my eyes roll into the back of my head and various profanities burst from my lips."
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Simple (only tens of thousands of lines code needed, hehheh). You program a Full Secure Erase feature in the phone. It wipes all personal data, resets all the settings, removes user-installed apps, deletes caches and erases the memory card. All the jazz. Filling with zeroes is used where appropriate. Then the phone is put into OOBE (out-of-box experience) mode, which means that on next startup it says "Hey, I see you are using the phone for the first time, let's set up a couple of things."
Make this a de-facto standard feature on every smartphone. You probably want to password-protect the operation so that thieves cannot exploit it so easily to "anonymize" the phone.
Then you just advocate folk about the risks and why using this "FSE" feature is important before selling your phone.
This is not new or unique. The PC is full of games that have ridiculously bad console-to-PC ports; With shitty controls, poor graphics, bad performance, and with absolutely no configurability.
Mmmyeah. I never got some of the mini-games, such as bowling, to work properly with keyboard and mouse in GTA IV for PC. Great quality assurance, LOL.
The actual algorithms used in that game are fairly trivial, and he didn't invent them or anything, nor was coding them up a huge challenge.
They are not that trivial. Writing a 2.5D renderer and understanding BSP trees is quite hard. Not the hardest thing on the planet, but requires a guy with decent amount of experience.