I think everybody missed the sarcasm in your post. What you are trying to say is that the next console should be a pc. Woooshh much everybody???
The Kng is dead. Long live the King!!
This is just my guess, but that is probably its density in a vacuum. When exposed to atmosphere, air goes through the cavities, filling then up, thus increasing its density. Something like calculating the density of a sponge in an underwater environment. My 2 cents.
Blackberry - designed by untrustworthy Canadians
Android - based on Linux which was written by communists
iPhone - designed by Apple in California
Yet they are all manufactured in China.... mmmmmm
Very few countries have that rule, actually. Discussing the same topic with some friends I ended up googling the subject. Do it, and you'll be surprised
When you buy a game console you don't sign any TOS, you just pay. So you could legally hack it before clicking any ACCEPT buttons, and you are golden, right?? Tell that to geohotz
I think an easy solution to this problem would be to turn off gps and a-gps on your phone when you are not using them. That's what i do.
Just my 2 cents.
And let's not forget that you play with a given number of stones, so one of the players will eventually run out of stones. That's an objective end for the game if there ever was one.
And what about a whole line of underwear and lingerie garments? Do you think the ladies wont mind that it's made with yeast?
And Emirates Airline.
From the top of my head, I'd say the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus is a must have. And to add some fun you could add some sort of reference to the differences between Descartes' and Leibniz's nomenclature.
My 2^1 cents
The Symbian Foundation has said version 3 of the Symbian open source mobile phone operating system is finished and ready for use by device makers and developers.
The new version will run on the Nokia N8 phone due to appear shortly, and improves the Symbian operating system — the most widespread smartphone OS in the world — in various ways. Symbian 3 (also called Symbian^3 or S^3) was demonstrated at Mobile World Congress in February, when the second version of Symbian was released as open source."
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