I always buy Class 6 SD cards, why because there slightly cheaper then Class 10 nearly always a smiler or identical card when from the same brand. Do I sound illogical? Study the specification, Class 10 has a less rigorous testing metric, they don't do any random access tests on Class 10 cards. So far I've had the best performance with Sanddisk Ultra class 6 cards. I admit I do push the random access on some of my uses, like using it has the system drive for a Nook Color, booting UBCD4win on a ISOSTICK. and as a system drive for a couple ARM Developer boards.
Face it all modern smartphones with their large glass screens are fragile. Older iPhones with their steel cases and smaller screens can take a little more abuse, but nothing like a rugged dumb phone. It not rocket science, you have to invest in a decent case and screen protector.
I have a Nexus 4, I envy nobody. I have a $30 a month plan and Wi-Fi almost everywhere I go, so lack of LTE is non-issue for me. I'm completely pleased with this phone, no disappointments.
Sorry about that, it was the best packaging I could find at the moment and I was a little peeved that the drive auctioned for so little.
I got the best plan 1 year ago. 1500 min or text, 30 MB Yes that is Megabytes, enough to receive email when away from wifi. And the important part I can put the SIM in any GSM phone. Even with tax only $32 a month
Sound like Microsoft will like this news as Windows 8's interface makes multitasking difficult.
You think 1930s Germany and Italy working together was bad. This totally freaks me out.
I think you can only learn by doing. I think I can empathise with struggling to learn programming. I only took the beginning programming class in collage only 4 times. Then I got a perfect score last time I took it, because I found an aid to help me get started coding. I very grateful for Nick Parlante, his lectures suck for beginners, but he made the free website codingbat.com were you can interactively get started on guided coding exercises. He only has it for Java and Python. I would recommend learning Python before other languages. Then I recommend to find a simple project that is interesting to you and keep going until you can figure out how to finish it.
Better late then never, I guess. They were only petitioned 6 years ago to do this.
Knowing other ways to communicate or approach things is very useful. My boss once questioned my interest in Linux was hindering my abilities in Windows. I pointed out that I was often figured out different approaches to solve a problem when my coworkers got stuck because of my knowledge of Linux. He didn't question my interest in Linux again. I'm sure diversity in doing things instead of single mindedness is nearly always valuable.
Opps, someone didn't do their home work. Sure there were not many USB devices until 98 and 99, but the USB wiki page says 1994. I remember buying my first motherboard with USB in 96.
maxbash writes "A small start-up is looking for extra funding for a $50 Thin client. The software and drivers is 100% Open Source. One of the developers presented his idea at the 2009 Linux Plumbers Conference. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=YcF5ksYnfcY#!"
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I haven't heard about that ISP for long time, no they are building a Data Center! It's amazing some of the things the things I don't hear about.
If you want reliability, I would recommend a Panasonic Toughbook. I first hand know they have very few electronic failures (2 out of about 500) and can take lots of physical abuse too. The cheap consumer laptops often die within 3 years because they try to save $2 by not sourcing decent capacitors on the motherboards. Even if you replace the motherboard your self it is still $250 or more from the manufacturer. Those models often all have motherboard issues on Ebay too. Then it is at lest $100 in labor to hire someone smart and patient enough to do a good job. At lest I think you should charge $100 to $150 if one is good at laptop motherboard replacement. I repaired a DC plug once, but never a motherboard because the estimate is always too much. The customer will just buy another disposable laptop.
Wow, I LMAO when I heard this being a real name for Windows. Did nobody at Microsoft remember the Internet Meme Windows RG (Really Good)? http://www.deanliou.com/WinRG/ So, instantly I thought "Windows Really Terrible"?