TI's OMAP platform uses ARM cores. You can get eval boards for under $200.
Yes, if you sharpen them.
Plenty of semiconductor fabs all over the US and Europe and Japan. Still a LOT in Japan.
The listener certainly affects the meaning. What's bitte mean?
No, it means "shit". Crottes is closer to "crap".
Although recently jailbreakme got some legal footing about the legality of jail-breaking a phone, the way they did it was an issue, so it's good that the hole was broken.
Was jailbreaking a phone ever prosecuted as an illegal act? I think that ruling by the LoC is a bit overrated.
Why? They can just tell everyone to use NetBeans or JDeveloper!
You DO get IP, even if it's free software. Even with the GPL, you could stop distributing old versions and re-license future versions if you control the copyright. Open source projects aren't alone in having employees that will leave in an acquisition, and it's clear that whether everyone leaves after an acquisition is almost entirely dependent on the specifics of the deal. You get revenue from support contracts, and your customers aren't going to switch to a new branch just because of a change in ownership if the new owners are sympathetic, and a new branch may not even come about.
Yeah, there's risk that any of your problems could happen but everyday business is a risk too.
Oracle already has a J2EE server now that they own WebLogic through the BEA acquisition.
You know those belts don't indicate actual martial arts skill, right?
Perl would have caught those errors as well, assuming the programmer was not an idiot and used the "strict" pragma.
It's not news, it's slashdot.org!
German Eisbocks are still considered beers, but at 55% alcohol, this is just really crappy infused whiskey.
Serious beer drinkers, YHBT.