whatever new OSX is released 7 years from now.
it would be MUCH easier for the camera, or bluetooth, to *always* work in cyanogenmod if the project had access to specifications for the hardware. a lot of the hardware interfacing in cyanogenmod is reverse-engineered because datasheets just aren't available to the general public.
Manufacturers don't have this issue; they have specifications for their hardware.
I'm curious about what you think "good beer" is.
Port it to what? I'm not sure you understand the article.
Problem is, there is no ideal ppi, there's an ideal ppr (pixels per radian) which varies with screen-to-eye distance. so 1080p is ok across the room, but not right in your face. GP is lying, a monitor would have to be pretty huge for 8k to not be ok...
They are not Nielson, but they are a significant (if not perfectly distributed) sample of podcast listeners, and one of very few centralized sources of data on the subject.
of course it will...only a matter of time.
Not to be a grammar nazi, but why did you single-quote the word 'emulating'? Did you mean it ironically or something? The word itself seems to be used correctly...
Stroustrup isn't really a great programmer, he's a guy who did a great job marketing a really terrible programming language.
He did. look at the end of the line.
True, but not for under 10 watts...
it's all about trade-offs.
Non-damaging to the drone
These inexpensive toy drones are pretty lightweight. I doubt a paintball *wouldn't* damage the drone...
But without anything like iTunes behind it.
Not having iTunes sounds like a feature...they should charge a premium.
Flash can be safely ignored, because it's going away.
A new protocol that did all the stuff as a transport protocol, markup language, and scripting language would be a bloated mess. There's a reason that the functionality is separated this way. People often use each of these technologies separately.
With variable length, no less