Since when was there a Windows CE or Windows Mobile app store?
A 5 second google returned http://www.anytux.org/hardware...
Linux compatibility for hundreds of old handhelds are on there.
The most common cause for laptop batteries failing is one cell has failed. Usually the one on the end of the battery that's closest to the CPU or otherwise hotter than the others.
The rest of the cells won't be that bad.
Perhaps he shouldn't have spent $3M trying to corrupt the government with his failed political party.
It all worked out in the end, the incumbent party he was trying to take down gathered even more votes that the previous election.
What about when Kim Dotcom lied on his residency application by failing to declare a driving conviction?
I hope he gets deported back to Germany.
He lied on his application for residency. Hopefully he gets deported. Then its Germany's problem.
Not if the guy they were taken from agrees.
BTC are on a steady decline in value, so they're being sold now. I assume if he is not proven guilt, he'll get the cash back.
How do you know the Ukrainians don't have fighter jets the size of a farm?
How does a Low Earth Orbit force me to do anything?
Except in Android.
After installing a self-signed certificate every time you restart the phone you get a warning message saying "Network may be monitored". There is apparently no way to say "Yes, i know there is a user-installed certificate, stop telling me I'm hacking myself because I put it there on purpose"
But the Microsoft article is dated October 15.
Last time I checked, October 15th was before October 18th.
Paywave isn't all that hot for retailers. The merchant fees are higher.
It's good where you want to decrease the time spent at the checkout though.
Since CurrentC bypasses the credit card merchants, it's probably much cheaper for the retailers. The interest free period and reward schemes on credit cards are paid for by the merchants, usually around 2.5% of the transaction.
It is indirectly relative the the income of others.
The more money people make, the higher the cost of living.
The more your supermarket workers and retails workers get paid, the higher the cost of the goods those companies sell to cover their expenses.
No, they should have been fined at least 3x the back paid they owed, otherwise it's not really a disincentive.
It's actually a bit slower than a Pentium 3 450 of ~15 years ago
It has a decent GPU though.