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Behold, The Black Raptor!
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The interface may be junk, but at least the media terminals in this Delta airplane run Linux!
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Hey +Clint Olsen, just read about this today. Looks pretty interesting. 
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It's officially on the Play store now! Check it out, +Clint Olsen 
 
A few months ago we introduced an experience on Nexus 5 that made it easier to access all the goodness of Google Now directly from the home screen. Today we’re making that same experience available to more devices when you install the Google Now Launcher on any Nexus or Google Play edition phone or tablet running KitKat.

Google Now Launcher gives you quick access to Google Now, while keeping your apps right where you want them. Just tap home and then swipe right to access Google Now cards that show you just the right information, at just the right time. And anytime you see the search box at the top of your screen, you can say “Ok Google” (if you’re in the US, UK, or Canada), or you can tap the microphone button to trigger voice input. From there, you can ask a question, or tell your phone what to do, like send a message, get directions, or play a song. If you'd rather type your query, tap the Google search box, which now loads faster than ever.

Google Now Launcher also gives you a beautiful, immersive, and simple experience. The full-screen, larger viewing area lets your wallpaper pop from every pixel. And of course you can place your favorite apps anywhere you like.

If you’ve got a Nexus or Google Play edition device with Android 4.4 KitKat, try Google Now Launcher today by getting it from the Google Play Store here:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.launcher
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I find it really odd that searching the play store for 'google launcher' (as I've been doing for the last couple days) doesn't bring it up. Installing it on my Nexus 7 now. I wish I could get it on my Moto X!
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Check it out, +Clint Olsen, +David Reed  you can now use Chrome Remote Desktop on Android!

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.chromeremotedesktop
Securely access your computers from your Android device.• On each of your c...
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Nice! That's pretty slick.  They've also released their camera app on the play store.  Good day for updates :)
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Interesting article. The A7 may indeed be "desktop class," but I have to say that the fact "that there are almost no applications on iOS that really take advantage of the CPU power underneath the hood" seems to be indicative of either compiler inadequacies or just an over-designed CPU. Even Haswell can't decode 6 ops per cycle (it's more like 4-5), and once you go much beyond that, it almost seems like a solution looking for a problem. Most general purpose workloads simply don't intrinsically have that much ILP. Perhaps the problem is one that typical general purpose CPUs aren't designed for? Perhaps some speculative execution? In any case, it's a very curious design decision. Furthermore, while the performance is impressive, it still doesn't seem like "desktop class" performance, considering that Intel's Silvermont and ARM's Cortex-A15 more or less can contend with it (these machines decode 2 and 3 ops per cycle respectively).
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+Lennart Poettering I've got a friend who's Fedora 20 system hung at 55% during an offline update. What is the easiest way to get a log of  what transpired during the offline update process? I would assume that this would all be logged to the systemd journal, but I'm not sure of the best way to filter it.
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Totally true to life.
 
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On http://xkcd.com/1334/ there's also a hover text for the image: "Let me just scroll down and check behind that rock. Annnnd ... nope, page copyright year starts with "19". Oh God, is this a WEBRING?"
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This will boost my multi-slacking performance by an order of magnitude!
 
We're excited to start discussions with the Portland area to bring Google Fiber there. Share this graphic to let your neighbors know the news. Learn more and sign up for updates: http://goo.gl/AqL6me
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