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So... is this for real or a satire article like The Onion?
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Damn, this was pretty good.
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And here we have a way to simulate the Android system killing a background process. This would be useful for testing your app in situations that mimic low memory pressure, where your app might be killed in the background.

This can also be done through Eclipse's DDMS "perspective" by simply stopping the process, but that only works for processes that you're debugging.
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He did it! Jimmy Kimmel got to be part of Pacquiao's entourage!!!
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Looks like the goo stuff from Prometheus
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Say whaaa? Costco is going to take Visa cards at the register instead of Amex starting April 1st, 2016. Too bad I'll have to keep paying with cash for a year. And sucks to be Amex.
NEW YORK (AP) — If you're shopping at Costco, you'll need a new credit card to pay for those family-sized packs of chicken breasts or toilet paper. After only accepting American Express the last 16 years, the retailer is switching to Visa and will use Citigroup as its exclusive provider of co-branded credit cards. For an annual fee of $55 to $110, shoppers get access to groceries in bulk sizes, as well as appliances, jewelry, home goods and oth...
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+Brian Huo​ I'm going to report your comment, lol.
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Interesting move LG. Would be a good phone for my parents if it comes to the US.
Smartphone manufacturers are always looking for ways to differentiate their products from the competition, but this largely consists of UI skins and differ... by Bertel King, Jr. in LG, News
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Go star this, people. Show Google you want the option to have the ticker back if you find Heads-Up/Peek notifications too intrusive. 
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I'm starting a collection for Android development related posts and tips. Mostly this is for my own posterity, but maybe others will find them useful as well. If this isn't of interest to you please unfollow this specific "collection".

This StackOverflow answer has a helpful tip about filtering the ADB shell command ps so you can find a specific process by package name, instead of sifting through a giant list of running processes.

I hardly ever use ADB through the command line since I prefer using an actual interface (e.g. through Eclipse) - cause command lines scare me. But I needed this so I could experiment with killing background processes on my device.
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"I should perish first"

One of the funniest comments I've LOL'd at in a while. From a thread on Slate discussing the gold alloy Apple is using in their Apple Watch Edition (highlighted emphasis mine).
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"The display drivers have to go somewhere" Why can't they go behind the screen?
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There a lot of things that are behind the screen, there is no room. 
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Came across this after searching Google for cara cara oranges vs blood oranges. Then watched some of your other recent videos. You have the perfect on-screen persona for this type of stuff. I feel like you belong on the Food channel or something. Would be great to see some more production quality and editing if possible. Hope you end up getting more exposure!
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  • University of California, Irvine
    Biotechnology, 2008 - 2010
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    Biology, 2002 - 2007
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I once jammed with John Mayer and had a beer with Albert Einstein; or maybe that was a dream.
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  • StuckPixel, Inc.
    2011 - present
  • Johnson & Johnson
    Senior Lab Tech, 2007 - 2008
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Fremont, CA
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Pretty typical Asian market in terms of cleanliness (i.e. not very). Good selection of vegetables and produce. They have a very large butcher section with a large selection of meats and live seafood. But if you're looking for prepackaged meats or thin cuts like for hot pot this is definitely not the place to go.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Update: (6/2014) Apparently this place is closed now. Secret 1920s speakeasy here in the OC?! This place is pretty cool and quite a gem especially being located in the OC. One would not expect to find a place like this here. The decor is awesome and classy. The drinks are good and food is decent. The main attraction has to be the "fake" gambling they have set up though! You can have fun playing blackjack or even craps on mini tables they have setup. You "buy in" for about $10 to get some chips and an account on their website where they can track you and your friends to see who has the most chips. Fun environment and don't be surprised to see people in straight up 1920s attire here. I came with a large group and we all decked out in the old school wear, fedoras and all. You'll need to know the password for the day to get in. You can check their Facebook page to find it.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Made a reservation for 3 a night before; no problem. Had their version of an old fashion; it was strong and tasty. For appetizers we had the pig ears and rabbit pâté, both were good. Also tried the fried chicken and glazed pork belly. The fried chicken isn't what you think. It isn't whole pieces of chicken, instead it's more of chicken meat shaped into a patty and fried. I actually preferred this as it was easier to eat and was quite moist. The pork belly was very tender and good, but I didn't like the beans very much. Good food overall, and cool ambiance, but keep in mind the food tends to be heavy.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The New England chowder was good. Very creamy if you like that. But I especially loved the Dungeness crab sandwich. It was lemony and was perfect with the cocktail sauce !
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Food is the same as the other locations as far as I can tell. This spot has more seating than the others and has a nice combination of indoor/outdoor seats. There usually isn't too much of a wait. Food is good if you enjoy waffles. They are light and crispy. The savory dishes are all pretty good, though some of them can be a bit pricey compared to others. The sausage/egg sandwich is a pretty good breakfast/brunch choice. Philly cheesesteak had some quality ingredients. Overall a good place to go once in a while or take a friend from out of town, but I wouldn't go on the norm.
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reviewed a year ago
Interesting tour. Learned a lot about old underground Seattle. Still wish it was more like Futurama and its New New York though :)
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reviewed a year ago
Can't compare to Japan (never been), but this place is good. The curry is flavorful and the ingredients are delicious. Thin sliced beef tastes good and beefy, mushrooms and spinach taste fresh. They have a ton of other ingredient options (can get pretty expensive of you add a lot). The spice level can get pretty crazy if you like to suffer. I enjoyed level 2 (has a kick without overpowering the flavor). Portion sizes are decent for a man appetite. Compared to Curry House in Irvine I think I slightly enjoy the flavors here more. Although they don't have the option to have spaghetti instead of rice here. Note: they don't carry any hot sauce here. So if you get a bland spice level you'll have to make due with just powdered pepper.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago