They shouldn't but student loans are with you forever. The hurdle to get them discharged in bankruptcy is incredibly high and most people will never reach it. So you will pay them back. It might take forever, but it will get paid back.
I think its just a feature of 4.1+ but it does tell you what the new/changed permissions are when you install.
True, but what's max traffic going to be 2 weeks after launch? A month? They can't build for the max usage scenario, because that's just not going to last. Don't get me wrong, they still screwed up, but this problem occurs on just about every MMO's launch too.
Not necessarily, Verizon also uses a SIM for its LTE network.
You mean the nVidia Omega drivers based on a version from 2007? Or the ones that the creator said a year ago he'd no longer be able to support?
Exactly, doesn't matter who owns them when you're granting them a license to do what they want.
Like you've never needed to heat up a bagel on the toilet.
True, but if you've used it; then realized how bad it is. Why continue using it?
SRT will cache windows files. The best use of it is to just buy a 64gb drive and use the whole thing for caching. I'm currently doing just that and for things on the drive, it runs just like having an SSD. I can tell when I go back to a game I've not played in a while and it has to pull the data off the HD, but after that first load, all the same. Stuff like windows and chrome don't get pushed off because I'm always using them.
The problem is when the nearest FedEx-Kinko's is an hour away.
Yes, but patents don't protect idea. They protect implementations. You can make a widget that does X, and I can make another widget that also does X. If they do them in sufficiently different ways; we can both patent our widgets. The problem is that overly broad patents are being issued.
Because they won't have Jelly Bean ported to them yet!
Yeah, that didn't happen on the shift from 2.0 to 2.1 to 2.2 to 2.3. There's not a lot of technical reasons that most android devices don't get updated, but most don't.
Correct, the real trick is to write your patent to be specific enough to be granted, but broad enough to cover more than your specific implementation of your idea. Meaning a good patent attorney could craft an anti-graviton hoverboard patent to also cover an orphan heart one.
Plus, you can disable it completely in the BIOS and it will act like an extra heat sink for one core.