It's trivial to decompile Java bytecode, and even decompiling machine code isn't all that hard. It really doesn't matter, just use Ruby for desktop apps if you like it.
But there is no court decision one way or another. It's just one company's claim about another company's product.
I have the same chip in my laptop and I love it. I even get to play games, just finished DeathSpank.
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Interesting. It worked for me.
You may be confusing strong typing with static typing. C is statically, weakly typed and Python is strongly, dynamically typed. PHP is weakly, dynamically typed.
Some of us simply don't like theaters and prefer to watch films at home. I pay for Netflix even though it has a tiny selection. The morons are figthing to keep more things out of netflix instead of putting everything there.
Seeing as how global warming is a fact and it's quite possible that it is largely human-caused, wouldn't it be prudent to take steps to reduce activity that might have caused it?
Except the UK has no constitution, and few protections for free speech. It can also be argued that this shouldn't be protected speech anyway.
Apparently it was mostly to avoid sheathed swords hitting the other rider's horse. Combat on streets tended to be limited to stopping thieves.
They probably avoided Android because of their irrational hatred of Linux, and the apparent endorsement of it that such an endeavour would suggest.
OpenMoko, OLPC. Both had (and I believe still have) issues with memory usage and partial redraws.
Actually, X11 has been tried before on mobiles and was often found lacking. Android's rendering and windowing is just better than X11.
I've often wished for a HUD to allow me to read while walking around.
But why would this be an Android device of its own, rather than just an input/output device for my existing Android phone?