Looks like they edited the title and fixed it up.
Google suggests it's Gallium Nitride
Although it could also be a typo of Gallium Nitrate
They're quite different though, one being GaN the other being Ga(NO3)3
One is used for semiconductor manufacturing, the other a drug related to cancer treatment.
What's Gallium Nitrade?
Unless you end up sending junk to the GPU and it locks up the entire SoC?
Just a guess, but who knows... or perhaps it sends junk data to a kernel module?
The hardware in your phone is pretty slow compared to anything in the last few years.
The 1GHz single core Snapdragon CPU is slower per MHz than a standard Cortex A9
It's only got 512MB of RAM
It was a great phone 5 years ago, but seriously, it isn't powerful enough to run anything later than Android 2.3. I doubt anything with that CPU is. Even cyanogenmod support stopped at CM7
Wasn't it vulnerable to brute force password attacks?
You'll end up with most people spending most of their time working their niche talents while a few benefit from doing nothing but "lead"
As long as your super cap is large enough to power the device while the entire DRAM cache is written to NAND (or your DRAM cache is small enough)
That could also mean performing erases as well as additional writes, to fit new data where old data used to be.
Or you could reduce your DRAM cache significantly or even remove it entirely and add some of this new memory to get faster sustained sequential write and less wear on the NAND.
SSD's are fast because they have 8 or 16 chips in parallel.
If you want to cram that in to a smaller form factor, you can't.
If you can figure out an interface, you could have a 128GB SSD in the form factor of a micro SD card that performs better than current NAND based SSD's
Of course it's a government conspiracy.
Who do you think they orchestrated the phase out of tin foil and replaced it with alunimium foil?
Air con needs to send messages to the engine control unit when the compressor gets activated or you risk stalling the engine.
Entrainment unit controls the aircon
when you take into account the total volume of the field, its total energy is extremely large, much larger than any magnetic field generated artificially
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) considers 50 watts to be the lowest power above which radio stations must evaluate emission safety
I wasn't aware these phone chargers would be more than 50 watts.
You could charge a battery with a crystal radio. I doubt you could put in more power than the self-discharge of the battery you're trying to charge though.
MRI machines are pretty safe, they have rip-your-jewelry-out-of-your-skin powerful magnets.
Magnetic fields don't hurt you
Here's a secret: the most powerful magnet on the Earth is the Earth itself.