Is that stack trace correct for you also? it looked like it was unable to connect to storage (all the file & db reads threw null pointers). Possibly something with the MBR.
Do you flash a lot of ROMs? Have you flashed any before? Do you know how to clear the dalvik cache?
Not sure what's wrong there but it looks like a hardware issue or something in the system image was corrupted. I might try a factory reset and clearing the dalvik cache before you RMA, other than that there should be some folk on XDA or AndroidForums.com who know a lot more that could help you.
Something similar used to happen to the Galaxy Nexus but a battery pull would fix it -- clearing the dalvik cache IIRC. (they fixed it in JB also)
That just looks like a typical 44.1khz response graph. Your desktop may have a 48kHz sound card which gives it more "breathing room" above human hearing. (longer tail above 20kHz)
There's still enough room in a 44.1kHz DSP above 20kHz to transmit data though. (As far as I understand it)
Incorrect. This is actually completely doable I used to work for a company that did it (not malware though). You dont have to be much outside the range, even smartphones mics / speakers et al can do this. You only have to go just past 20kHz
Oh, I wasnt trying to snark on you, just link you to more information
Not a new word... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kleptocracy
Sorry, my above post is not entirely correct. it seems, for Windows at least, it Vidalia control panel is included in the Browser Bundle.
Not sure about OSX/Linux, but I assume it is similar
IIRC the "Vidalia Bundle" is just an older name for the "Browser Bundle"
I do believe the slides Snowden released showed they were paying the telcos at least
I have noticed this too, but you can usually still ad-block them (at least the dynamic ones). Although they have been getting better about forcing it, there is also usually an option to skip after 5 seconds.
Still, you had to kind of expected that with YouTube. But these giant image ads on search results are surprising to me, and disappointing.
Though most of all I find video ads on YouTube mobile to be more irritating. Using my bandwidth. And most of all ? The complete fail of the aggressive attempts to push people to use real names on youtube. (I understand why, but they should have stopped pushing it after I said no the first time).
I wonder what "Executive Fuckup" insurance costs. You think it comes with a free set of pens or maybe a calendar?
To be sure you dont visit Expidia or Orbitz or some such. At least that's what I assume the reasoning is.
Still that banner is hugely obnoxious looking (IMHO). This is a bad move by Google.
Happiness is a positive cash flow.