What do you mean, African or European Oreos?
You may be right, but you have to think about bigger numbers. Let's say 100K people listen to your song. That may only be 10$ for the artist but that's 1000$ for the advertisers!
Won't somebody think of the advertisers!
iTunes sells non-DRM'ed music files in AAC at 256kbps. If you still have devices in 2016 that can't play that format, you should upgrade. Even a Nintendo DSi from seven years ago can play those files.
400 Dogecoins for a song? That seems a bit high.
Five hundred metres in diameter! That's half a kilometre or 0.310686 miles in diameter for the metric-challenged readers.
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I've already had to do this for the last two OS X versions.
And yet it's still much more powerful than my 2010 Mac mini, which is allowed to run macOS Sierra with its old 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo.
You assume you need to power a GPS 24/7 to be able to track something. A tiny microcontroller can run for months on a battery, powering up the GPS maybe once a day, long enough to read the position before shutting it down again.
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Apple did it first.
This seems to be the key, Firefox seems to have memory leaks on OS X but not on other platforms.
Link to the actual press release instead of the ZDnet whoring link.
Every program is a part of some other program, and rarely fits.