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Don't write off 32 bit! (posted 2015-12-01 08:25:44)
Score: 2
Attached to: Google ends 32-bit Linux support for Chrome
RE[5]: All that for a transformer? (posted 2015-11-27 12:58:42)
Score: 2
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: The surprising complexity inside Apple's power adapter
RE[3]: All that for a transformer? (posted 2015-11-27 11:13:01)
Score: 2
1 response(s), 3 in thread
Attached to: The surprising complexity inside Apple's power adapter
All that for a transformer? (posted 2015-11-26 08:23:55)
Score: 3
2 response(s), 14 in thread
Attached to: The surprising complexity inside Apple's power adapter
RE[5]: Comment by Drumhellar (posted 2015-10-28 08:51:52)
Score: 1
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: EU declares net neutrality illegal
RE[3]: Comment by Drumhellar (posted 2015-10-28 07:57:56)
Score: 4
1 response(s), 5 in thread
Attached to: EU declares net neutrality illegal
RE[10]: Comment by tylerdurden (posted 2015-10-13 07:51:50)
Score: 2
Attached to: Debian dropping the Linux Standard Base
RE[8]: Comment by tylerdurden (posted 2015-10-12 07:51:33)
Score: 2
1 response(s), 2 in thread
Attached to: Debian dropping the Linux Standard Base
Protect me from what? (posted 2015-10-07 08:56:49)
Score: 1
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: EU's highest court rejects 'safe harbor' agreement with US
RE[2]: Weird timeline (posted 2015-09-14 07:25:02)
Score: 4
Attached to: 'Destroying Apple's legacy... Or saving it'
Cute (posted 2015-09-11 08:24:05)
Score: 4
2 response(s), 3 in thread
Attached to: A graphical OS for the Atari 8-bit
Time to come to terms with reality (posted 2015-09-09 07:03:46)
Score: 2
3 response(s), 5 in thread
Attached to: Marc Dillon, Jolla's co-founder, departs
Relative merits? (posted 2015-09-08 08:54:38)
Score: 2
Attached to: Operating systems: three easy pieces
RE: Apple & Oracle (posted 2015-09-03 06:46:38)
Score: 6
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: Microsoft, Google, Amazon, others, aim for royalty-free codecs