Is that 12 Feb 2025 or 25 Feb 2012?
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Is that 12 Feb 2025 or 25 Feb 2012?
Not entirely inaccurate though:
"ARM Evaluation System
As one of the first production RISC processors, the ARM Evaluation System was part of the development programme leading to the Acorn Archimedes and its early Arthur operating system. It was not branded "BBC", but it is physically contained within the family's "cheese wedge" case. The ARM 1 processor was clocked at 8 MHz, and was fitted with 2 MB or 4 MB of RAM.
In 2006 a new ARM processor board using an ARM7TDMI processor was designed and sold, without an enclosure but able to fit within the original case."
RSS Potent Voyager
Yes, in Firefox. IE worked ok.
Shouldn't they be more concerned about the behavior of his son?
More importantly, that's -
"During the QUARTER the company('s licensees) shifted four billion ARM-based chips"
The goal is a worthy one, and you won't solve the problems by not trying ... so "props" to them.
Wow, that's news!
"... of government guidelines."
In honour of the late Sir Pterry, and as the final(?) element, I'll propose: 118 Octarinium.
Just having a read-through on my Kindle after not reading them for 20+ years. Have an uppy!
Am I the only one who read this story and thought... "Total Perspective Vortex"?
Beautiful. Just beautiful.
And so much to appreciate from the commentards.
Dark Side - that's Floyd, as mentioned. It's "Far Side". Larson.
Shouldn't this day be in 2016 for those who can round?
"who prefer their science to feature in new and improved shampoos" - Awesome!
...permissions does this App request?
@AC - did you notice there's a "Tips & Corrections" button at the bottom of each article?
"Glasgowins" -> "Weegies"
This single-frame NAVCAM image measures 1024 x 1024 pixels. It was captured from a distance of 9.9 km from the centre of the comet (about 7.7 km from the surface) at 02:22 GMT on 15 October 2014. At this distance, the image resolution is 84.6 cm/pixel and the size of the image is 866 x 866 m.
This work is licenced under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO (CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO) licence. The user is allowed to reproduce, distribute, adapt, translate and publicly perform this publication, without explicit permission, provided that the content is accompanied by an acknowledgement that the source is credited as 'European Space Agency - ESA', a direct link to the licence text is provided and that it is clearly indicated if changes were made to the original content. Adaptation/translation/derivatives must be distributed under the same licence terms as this publication. To view a copy of this license, please visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/igo/
Credits: ESA/Rosetta/NAVCAM – CC BY-SA IGO 3.0
Liquid Fluoride Thoruim Salt tech? (The "safe" nuclear option...)
Surely those "furrin" characters are *only* ever created by copy/paste from a preceding article containing them? Oh, wait...
... everyone here thinks this is motivated by pure science and the inspiration of a nation? Nobody thinks this is motivated by military aspirations, unlike the US / Russian / Chinese / Nork space programs?
A bit curious why El Reg hadn't warned me off installing the upgrade in the first place. Did I miss the article?
Thanks bastian - do you have a link for instructions to roll back without rooting? (I am not planning to root because of warranty)
"Upgraded" my Galaxy S3 (Orange/EE) to Jelly Bean - only to discover they removed all car dock-related functionality such as keeping the screen on, playing audio through the usb, even charging(?).
Does El Reg have leverage to get any answers on when a fix will arrive? Or at least name and shame the guilty?
"With wannabe pacific Pacific Fibre out of cash out of the game, a new group has re-emerged..."
After news of Germany's Austro-Dutch empire, new shock report of Scotland's secession from the UK ...
"...skilled workers in the UK and Scotland”
Mine's the one with the independent tartan lining.