Its just an example. Much more is possible.
I always thought the point of a benchmark is to show what a device is capable. So if the "phone does indeed let its GPU run at a higher frequency when particular benchmark software is running", Its just showing what its capable of. Though I would definitely want to run benchmarks the whole day and see what happens.
theodp writes "In his first term, President Obama was a big booster of indie bookstores. But on Tuesday, the President chose to deliver his speech on Jobs for the Middle Class at one of Amazon's controversial fulfillment centers in Chattanooga, TN. 'Amazon is a great example of what’s possible,' said Obama, who also toured the 'amazing facility' where workers can make $10.50-$11.50 an hour as an employee of Integrity Staffing Group, 'may also be eligible for medical and dental benefits', and 'must be able to stand/walk for up to 10-12 hours' in temperatures that 'will occasionally exceed 90 degrees.' So, are '21st century migrant workers' the new middle class?"
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Its about time we use our phone battery power for productive work instead of wasting it in a grossly inefficient piece of hardware: the power amplifier.
I agree. I can't stand this gnome3 madness.
Torvalds said "I'm using Xfce. I think it's a step down from gnome2, but it's a huge step up from gnome3. Really"
Works fine for me on Debian 6. I can finally watch 1080p on a browser without it freezing.
"an in-page search as soon as you begin typing." Control+H works for me in chrome.
Yes. This will happen in 2111. Its sad we won't be around to witness.
This decision seems logical, especially for interfaces that might be used on netbooks. No need for fancy stuff before you even login to your desktop