Also, all the health care: CHCS runs on VMS and will continue to do so through 2018 or even later, depending on the speed of the DHMSM COTS acquisition process.
For ADB NeXTs (i.e., Turbo 33/color workstations) - wouldn't an ADB to USB adaptor work?
I wish them luck - I always liked QNX (even on my old iOpener, with the pizza button) and I'm all for more variety in the mobile market. Only time will tell, however, and the market seems to be converging moreso than differentiating.
QNX is seen as a stable, RTOS microkernel for a variety of embedded applications.
QNX somehow never makes it big in the phone market.
iOS, Android, Blackberry, PalmOS, and Symbian start duking it out.
Blackberry starts using QNX and finally states it is going in the direction QNX should have gone 15 years ago instead of the iOpener and its "pizza button."
I am not surprised this has finally happened, but I am also not holding my breath it will succeed.
The overlabeling of everything as harmful is a general symptom of the dumbing down of the world; however, another symptom is illiteracy. Therefore, by the time this idiocracy reaches peak stupidity, everything will be labeled but nothing will be read.
Life finds a way to resolve its own problems.
Present and accounted for.
and Muslims are supposed to be better than dragging burned mutilated corpses through streets. Just pointing out that your point B is irrelevant since America is as much represented by these soldiers as the Muslim population is represented by that mob in Fallujah.
Are you seriously suggesting that the US Marine Corps doesn't represent the US? Maybe you think they just happen to be over there on vacation, but I'm pretty sure they were sent, armed, paid by the the US government. They are acting on the authority of the United States of America, and as such everything they do, good or bad, reflects on the integrity and honor of the United States, and the Corps as well. If this was some group of jackoff civilians in Detroit you might have some kind of point, but when it comes to soldiers, you don't.