I don't think this takes into account some eccentricities in some apps.
The Avaya OneX Mobile app in a version released in 2015 would reduce battery life to a couple of hours (with the phone getting rather hot) while running in the background on IOS.
I've read multiple articles telling me this can't happen but it did.
Every time I read a story about the Space-X reusable rocket I can't help but wonder if they have one eye on their stated goal of going to Mars.
Landing a whole rocket vertically on the surface of Mars would probably go a long way towards making a return journey feasible.
from the spreading-it-around dept.
h00manist writes "Google is donating Windowbuilder Pro and Codepro Profiler to the Eclipse project. 'Google acquired the software when it bought Instantiations, relaunching the Java graphical user interface building tool Windowbuilder Pro shortly after. Now the outfit has decided to donate both Windowbuilder Pro and the code analysis tool Codepro to the open source Eclipse project. Although Google has announced its intention to donate the software, it needs go through a rigorous filtering process to ensure that no intellectual property rights will be breached. Once those formalities are dealt with, it is likely that both Windowbuilder Pro and Codepro will tip up in the Indigo release of Eclipse sometime in June 2011.'"