Originally Posted by Gatorguy
FWIW Kit-Kat will run on 3 year old Android phones, requiring very little overhead/resources. I'm sure you meant one specific 2 year old smartphone, the Galaxy Nexus. Agree that one should...
Originally Posted by NexusPhan
That's the beauty of Android. My Galaxy Nexus is already running a 4.4 ROM. Original Motorola Droid will get it soon too. 4 years of up to date! Anyone that bought the...
Originally Posted by helicopterben
I love spending money on Apple products but I love Google as well as long as Youtube and Google Search is for free
I am a Cheap Google lover but I am also Premium Apple...
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
Also, doesn’t Apple have a patent on new RAM that only powers what’s in use?
I saw that patent, Like many Apple patent I don't know if any iDevice is using it yet....
Originally Posted by tipoo
It's using a whole third more RAM for the same things because of 64 bit, that's measured.
A lot of disgruntled iPad...
Originally Posted by _Rick_V_
1. Ummm... yes, millions (as mstone also pointed out). For about a decade, Flash was the defacto standard, and many vids will never be upgraded. Even YouTube has tons...
Originally Posted by Wovel
I think you are just showing a fundamental misunderstanding of RAID 10. It is more reliable than raid 5. There is simply no way it isn't.
You've misunderstand me, I do agree a...