this is kinda what I'm getting at. I seriously wonder why nobody on the board at MS is questioning his leadership.
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Seriously. Steve Ballmer laughed at google on stage at D:8 for having both android and chrome OS and now microsoft has 3 current, all slightly different mobile operating systems. I mean come on.
Heres an Ars Technica link as I can't find the exact video on the all things d site.
I'm not sure how google does it but the iPod uses skyhook wireless location services. If you read the blurb from their website they tell you about how they use clustering to self heal their location network in between readings, which don't need to happen very often.
I've moved house a few times and taken my routers with me and i've watched the iPod maps app switch between the old location and the new one for a few days depending on how many other networks it can see. After a few days, though, the system has "healed" itself and consistently finds the correct location.
You should look up how a jet engine works
Those "air intakes" are the engine. There is nothing to get clogged, the GP is accurate about how the ash will get compressed into a small space and erode the inside of the jet engine until it shakes itself apart.
I find skyhook can usually place you to about 30 meters in urban areas (almost the range of 802.11G)
at that point you would go "hmm I could use a real keyboard" so you would hook up your bluetooth keyboard to the iPad.
As referenced from http://www.apple.com/ipad/design/
" iPad also comes with Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR technology, letting you connect to devices like wireless headphones or the Apple Wireless Keyboard."
who else is there to vote for? Vacuous Cameron? The man who has no policies worth mentioning so that once he's in he can do what he likes?
I'll vote after making an informed choice but as no one else will all we'll end up with is the same kind of government shafting us all for 5 years more.
Problems are that the disk images don't expand like File Vault apparently does. Also, doesn't use Time Machine effectively.
These problems both go away if, when creating a new encrypted disk image, you set the format to "Sparse Bundle Disk Image". Sparse bundles are the same disk image format FileVault uses.
It creates a mac OS bundle which contains a series of smaller files called bands which store chunks of the encrypted file system. The file grows in size with the data and is time machine friendly as it can detect the changes in the individual bands and back them up individually.
yeah I know, sorry. I just got wound up by all the FUD on message boards from people who don't seem to have read everything.
I really just meant to say about how the A4 could be a 4 core chip, but no one can know for sure at the moment either way.
Palm OS cards does work very well. I'm just not convinced apple will try. Then again everyone complaining about "multitasking" is hurting their brand image so we shall see.
Thing is nobody can know how many cores it has since apple hasn't disclosed that information.
The Cortex A9 can support 1-4 cores per die (http://www.arm.com/products/CPUs/ARMCortex-A9_MPCore.html see the colourful diagram)
The apple processor is called the A4. I have just as much credibility as any tech blogger on the internet to suggest the apple CPU they have developed perhaps has 4 cores?
And just to set the record straight everyone could shut up about multitasking if apple would just let apps hand off any audio stream to the background media player that the iPod app uses. Everything else can be done by apps creatively saving their state and a better handling of notifications. You read that android does multitasking but you don't read that you need to run a task killer to get any kind of responsiveness out of the phone. People want to do more than one thing at once but diminishing resources and battery life with every developer's pet background process is not the way to solve it in these kinds of devices. and by kinds of devices I mean devices without a swap file for whatever reason.
Disclaimer: i'm an iPhone developer
while technically incorrect usage and shunned by many academics I've met, as a computer programmer it sits better with me to have each term in a list or array of objects accurately comma delimited. It seems stupid to me to rely on re-arranging a list because of the ambiguity an and term can create.
keep my address book and calendar on my Mac synced with my Exchange data at work
So its a good thing they decided to included free exchange support in the OS then.
haven't heard anything exciting to me personally about solaris in 10 years.
ZFS, Nuff Said
check out bluephone elite. its for the mac, but it does everything the OP wants