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Question by rockseeker: what are the basic requirements to study robotics in the usa
what are the basic requirements to study robotics in the usaI mean in technical schools can anybody from any educational domain cope with the requirements please those concerned tell me.
Answer by Rob M
minimum a 2 year college level electrical technician or electronics technician, you should probably take the 3 year technologists course in either of those 2 programs though. As to whether or not the school you are going to, will accept those from another school, depends on the school. Your best bet is to ask the school you’re thinking of going to
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Question by : What would be the minimum requirements for a Mac to build iPad apps?
I want to start developing apps for the iPad. What kind of Mac would I need to buy to accomplish this?
Answer by Colanth
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A new proposal set forth by the FCC would modify the Commission’s licensing requirements of the 800MHz band by replacing its current site-based model with more contemporary geographic guidelines. Commissioners argue the change is needed, as site-based rules were originally established to consider the propagation of analog signals — now obsolete by anyone’s standards. The move would bring the licensing requirements of the 800MHz spectrum to parity with the 700MHz, AWS and PCS bands and reduce a boatload of paperwork along the way by eliminating current data collection requirements. The proposal would also create a new, two-stage auction process for the unlicensed areas, based on the new geographic approach. The FCC is now seeking public comment, and its PR can be found after the break.
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Microsoft’s latest hardware certification requirements document, which revealed ARM devices won’t have the option to switch off secure boot, also contains a number of details on the software giant’s plans for Windows 8 tablet hardware. Rafael Rivera, known for his work on the first Windows Phone jailbreak, has dug into the document to reveal some interesting requirements from Microsoft, including the new CTRL + ALT + DEL replacement for PCs without a keyboard: Windows Key + Power.
Windows 8 touch PCs must use digitizers supporting a minimum of five points, a requirement that is probably designed to avoid consumer confusion over multitouch machines. Microsoft is planning to support NFC technology in Windows 8, and PCs that take advantage…
Question by KrazzyMan: What are the system requirements for live android on a laptop?
I have an older dell inspiron 1100 laptop and thought this would be something to bring it back to life! I think its a shame that I have to put down a 1ghz laptop just because it cant handle very much memory. Some linux. Distros work on it but if I could take advantage of the android market on it, it would give it some life!
Answer by Seth Christian
Live Android is not an OS – Its a program you can install on your PC to help you develop new Android Phone Apps.
- Its out there to help people to do testing on new Android apps.
system requirements – are vary simple … if you have XP or greater you should be fine
As long as you have a min of 2 GB of Ram.
Your Dell Laptop might work, I really don’t know?
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Crysis was (and still is) notorious for needing a pretty high-spec system to run well, but Crytek has said time and time again that the engine powering Crysis 2, CryEngine 3, is far more robust, and therefore wonâ€™t require the same kind of horsepower to run well. You know where this is going. VR-Zone claims to have the gameâ€™s recommended system requirements, and they are as Crytek claimed: not too crazy.
My own self-made PC (Radeon 5970, which has greatly disappointed me vis-Ã -vis CrossFire performance but whatever, i7 860 OCâ€™d to 4.0GHz, 8GB memory, all running at 1920×1200) would appear to meet the â€œhighly recommendedâ€ specs. I wonâ€™t be playing in 3D, but what are you going to do?
We hoped Boxee would surprise us at the eleventh hour and announce it had finally added Netflix to the service — technically making good on its end of January deadline. Instead, the company’s blog is now reporting that the service is “anticipated soon.” Apparently, the service is running fine on the device in the company’s offices — which, mind you they said back in November too, — but it still failed to satisfy Netflix’s security requirements. While that sounds like a big thing to miss in our books, a comment by Boxee’s VP of Marketing, Andrew Kippen, suggests the company just discovered the issue only an hour before midnight. This marks the second time users have been asked to re-adjust their expectations for when the big red box might pop up on their favorite media manager, but to Boxee’s credit, we were glad to see the company come right out with the situation instead of leaving us all on pins and needles. Now, let’s just hope this whole incident gets sorted out pronto, so we don’t have to break bad news to our watch instantly lovin’ hearts ever again.
i have an iPhone 2g, and i want the 3g S that comes out the 19th. What are the requirements to get the upgrade for a cheaper price?
My config is
Intel Pentiium Dual Core 1.73 Ghz
1 Gb RAM
Mobile Intel 945 express chipset family
80 Gb hard disk
Currently runnin XP sp2….but i am just bored of it now…I was thinking of installing windows 7 on one partition as a start. Does my config support it?
besides I m even thinkin abt leopard OS..any suggestions plz ?
yeah i did chek out the requirements….so basically wid minimum requirement of 1gb…i think i shudnt go for it..coz sooner or later it will be slower….
so now am left wid the option leopard…though i have compaq and not a mac….still my friend says it wont be a problem..wat do u guys think..?
Microsoft made a slew of virtualization announcements today, affecting both current and future products. Arguably the most important tidbit is that the company has removed the virtualization layer’s hardware requirements for the XP Mode available in Windows 7. Those already running XP Mode don’t need to bother updating since they already have it working, but users who were unsure of their PC hardware can grab the update and try out XP Mode on Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Enterprise, or Windows 7 Ultimate. The update is available for Windows 7 32-bit (3.7MB) and Windows 7 64-bit (4.1MB).
Microsoft has been criticized for complicating things by having XP Mode only work on processors that supported either Intel’s VT or AMD’s AMD-V. This requirement was troublesome and confusing, as many Intel owners weren’t sure if their CPU supported hardware virtualization, and if it did, whether it was turned on in the BIOS. Now that problem has been eliminated, removing a barrier to the adoption of Windows 7 among small and mid-size businesses that still cling to Windows XP.
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