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With regards to hyperdriver, I think this needs to be played with Leprechaun, as you could host two hyperdrivers on it, and not have to worry about the memory. At least that's what I would do.
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+Nigel Percy Leprechaun certainly seems like a nice option if you're going to play Hyperdriver, especially since a lot of the best effects to leverage the clicks are 2-MU programs. You'll certainly not run out of good stuff to host on Leprechaun.
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Has anyone had any issues with radio interference or saturated Bluetooth causing a problem with the screen. Went to a cricket match for two days and had screen issues while I was there but since I have been away from the ground it had not happened. It's rather strange
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No, display corruption never happens, period, outside of a hardware problem with the watch itself.  The display is not "streamed" from the phone in any way, only the contents of the data within it would be.  If the connection was broken, it would simply display the last known values (like the last known temp in an App like Glance) or nothing at all, in apps / faces that use phone side data.  Pebble will continue to work even without a connection to the phone, it does NOT need a phone to function at a basic level (still works as a watch, and any Pebble watch apps that don't need the phone, like a calendar, timer, stopwatch, etc, will work too).   The only way the display would be corrupted from RFI would be extremely powerful RFI that affects the display driver or display itself - we're talking like a Tesla Coil, xray machine, radar array.  Nothing you're going to encounter in daily life, and nothing that the watch or your phone would likely survive anyways.
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I know this might be a minor complaint compared to the while Twitter token issue, but is there a way to turn of the image animations? I like them, but as they appear when I am scrolling and in the corner of my eye they seen to give me motion sickness.
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So the biggest nexus 7 sold out. The biggest nexus 4 sold out. What does this tell Google.... we need more space
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So companies are all over google + now. Remind me never to fill out my profile properly, so I don't get stream spam like Facebook gave me when it signed them all up to my stream
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So g+ is adding in real time search and hash tag support. Looks like I was right, its just trying to be a long form version of twitter. And with celebs and companies appearing, all I await now is the spam.
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This is what apple should make, I might convert. Android developers get on it
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Anyone know where to buy this kindle case, for kindle paper white? Every where is sold out http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/414faRG9KKL.jpg
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The beautiful Adelaide oval, on a day that England should have felt at home
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Yep I do need a nice new test phone :D
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With all the ICS leaks last night, and the news of the Samsung Nexus Prime event cancellation, I reckon Google should suprise the android community and just put the ROM up on the AOSP site
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I am suprised, and maybe its the circle I run in, but the only company that is mentioned when talking about Steve Jobs is Apple. Yes he did turn the company around, yes he did open up a market, yes he did create one of the most powerful media/electronics companies.

However for pure influence over millions of people, I think his time at Pixar is the most influential. Go into a toy store, look at a 5 year old, go to the cinema, you will see his influence there.... where you ask. PIXAR. This company changed children's movies and TV, no more cell animation and low rent hollywood people for voices. Now the top talent do animated shows/movies, all of the animation is smooth 3D computer animation.... Nearly all things for children are now done in the Pixar style.

The Apple stuff is influential but there have been multple players leading to multiple changes in this world, but for an area where Steve really dominated and caused mass change, cinema is it. Most people don't see this influence because he was last with apple (or they don't have kids) or are huge apple fans (I'm not because I like to fiddle with my electronics), but its undeniable he has influenced millions of kids.
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