Anybody get this to work? I was looking at a screen like the screenshot on extremetech.com and it said xFirefox(whatever that is) was installed, but if I look for firefox it is nowhere to be found.
Any phone that can run a game is sacrificing battery for performance. If you set the cpu limit to 800mhz you still will be able to "work" from your phone and will gain 12-24 hours of battery time.
How about a link to the Tesla article.
NOT bribes, campaign contributions.
I occasionally view instructional videos from youtube at the low default quality, the videos will play for roughly 10-15 seconds and then stop. I have to pause the video, wait for it to buffer and continue to do this to get through the video. I'm on a 60mb service which tests out fine, I can download over 7MB/sec but can't reliably stream 480p video from youtube.com.
Anybody else experiencing this with youtube?
Wow, am I the only one that thought the photos were staged, most of the photos were not selfies, and how else do you get this much publicity?
So which speed test from DSLReports do you suggest we use?
After having recently had some updates break things in my xubuntu installs I'm becoming a fan of Mint's rated update system.
I'm getting a reply back from heartbeat.belkin.com. I don't have a belkin router to test with.
I'm actually playing through Witcher2 at the moment on Mint, and it is f00king awesome so far.
Maybe they are letting you know something.
I'm surprised they didn't take their normal stance of denial, maybe that was only a Jobs trait.
Who the fuck wants to manage a BES to support it?
I just tried bending my plastic S3, at this point it wouldn't hurt my feelings too much if it broke, and it is fairly stout.
My 2 year old girl runs around in Minecraft on her tablet and on a PC. Although by her behavior she must have inherited my genes from playing doom, duke nukem and the like growing up. Unless your son is isolated, I doubt you will be able to keep him from minecraft before 3.