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Okay, fair enough and I'm sorry, I truly didn't remember the specifics of what I posted, what I do recall is how hard it was to find any site that could tell me when Apple started using Corning glass once more, prior to the iPhone 5 Apple used Lens Tech International, hence all the confusion, I mean no where on Apples or Cornings site does it mention that they use Corning. Anyway, thanks for making me look like a asshole for being confused, appreciate that, though I guess...
Yeppers, sure was, that was me, all the way, but I never said they didn't use it, just that it was pretty much worthless if you dropped an iPhone. It turned out the problem with iPhones cracking is do to the metal frame, it doesn't absorb shock nearly as well as a polycarbonate housing. The guy at the iKlinic in Luzern showed my daughter and I a really neat cutaway of the iPhone, walked us through it, said if Apple wants to keep this design they really need to start...
Do you have proof, links, documents, secret communique, you do realize the Apple still uses Corning don't you, why are you so ready to throw them under the bus so soon, especially before a replacement product has even been introduced.
....and legal prostitution, yes we have it all.
That was probably the limitation of the server you connected too. When I use switch.ch, a mirror for many opensource projects, I easily push the theoretical, MS OneDrive as well, that's why I praise it so much, their the fastest cloud service I have ever used, helps that they have a brand new data facility here.
In Switzerland as well, nutty fast and cheap, I pay about 55 a month for unlimited, 150mbps, more like 110, but still, no cap and I always have at least 20GB+ downloaded a month. U.S. is years behind us.
I've been a hold for the last 12 years, see no reason why to change anything. 
German sheet porn, the bad sheet in the family, get your sheet together, sheet for brains, your breath smells like sheet, I just sheet my pants, please stop with all of these sheety puns Relic, you piece of sheet.
 Same here, you should really think about grabbing one of these for 192.00. Even if your not much of a tinkerer, it still makes for a great mini Linux computer. Jetson TK1 Development Kit
First, no, Android is not inefficient as it could be but it's also not processor hungry either. Second, your talking about ART, which stands for Android Runtime, handles app execution in a fundamentally different way from Dalvik. The current runtime relies on a Just In Time Compiler to interpret bytecode, a generic version of the original application code. In a manner of speaking, apps are only partially compiled by developers, then the resulting code must go through an...
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