Ever Heard of 4/0 Lights?


Too handholdy. Hated that the game led you from quest to quest, had the light up trails to follow, etc. According to him, it would have been better if you could just free roam and explore on your own. Came off as pretentious to me. You think there's any merit to his points? Should hzd not have had all the in-game helps that it does?

Never heard of him but devs these days have it rough.

You're damned if you do and damned if you don't.

I get its a mainline AAA game so the masses are likely to buy it so kids basically are gonna get it leading to hand holding since yeah kids.

But there are options in the settings to alter s*** how you like it so the dude should chill.

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Too handholdy. Hated that the game led you from quest to quest, had the light up trails to follow, etc. According to him, it would have been better if you could just free roam and explore on your own. Came off as pretentious to me. You think there's any merit to his...
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Every day, NASA scans the galaxy in search of new planets, stars, and systems dispersed throughout the cosmos. We have sent many probes into space, from Voyager 1 to Juno, all with the task of first exploring our solar system and later investigating beyond it.

The Kepler spacecraft has discovered the most exoplanets, which are planets orbiting stars other than our Sun. As you’ll notice, many planets are named Kepler because of this.

Although we find tons of new exoplanets every year, many are just cold lumps of rock orbiting distant, unknown stars. Occasionally, however, a planet is found that is bizarre enough to make even the most seasoned astrophysicist gape in awe. We’ve rounded up 10 of them for you.

10 OGLE-2016-BLG-1195Lb
The Iceball Planet

OGLE-2016-BLG-1195Lb is an icy exoplanet that can be found a whopping 13,000 light-years from our solar system. Its temperatures range from -220 degrees Celsius (-364 °F) to -186 degrees Celsius...

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Back in 2012 we wrote a piece on phones you’ve probably never heard of. At the time, brands mention included Xiaomi, Blu, THL, among others. Something big has happened in the Android world since then: many of these names are actually reasonably well known these days, thanks to growth in global sales and websites like ours that help bring lesser known devices to light.

That said, there’s still a host of devices that are largely unheard of for those in the Western markets. While not all of them are winners on the spec front, many stand out either due to aggressive pricing, unique designs, build materials or even just having massive batteries. With that in mind, we take a look at seven devices that you may have never heard of, or at the very least they aren’t the first devices or brands that come to your mind when you think of Android.

Sharp Aquos Crystal X

Ron Amadeo / ArsTechnica

Historically speaking, Sharp hasn’t been a brand that we...

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Oh, well imagine as I'm pacing

О, только представьте: иду я, значит,

The pews in a church corridor,

По проходу между рядами в церкви

And I can't help but to hear, no I can't help but to hear

И не могу не услышать

An exchanging of words:

Такой разговор:

"What a beautiful wedding, what a beautiful wedding!"

"Какая красивая свадьба! Какая чудесная свадьба!" -

Says a bridesmaid to a waiter.

Говорит подружка невесты официанту.

"Yes, but what a shame, what a shame,

"Да, но какой позор, какой кошмар,

The poor groom's bride is a whore."

Невеста-то у бедолаги самая настоящая шлюха."

I'd chime in with a "Haven't you people

Я бы, конечно, взорвался и закричал: "Вы что, никогда не слышали,

Ever heard of closing a goddamn door?!"

Что о таких вещах говорят за плотно закрытыми дверями, уроды?"

No, it's much better to face...

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@DELL-Roshan L

Yes, my bluetooth headset works in different computers and unfortunately, since I don't have any other bluetooth headset, I am not able to test it here on my system but the bluetooth mouse works just fine!


Thanks for the suggestion, I did as you told and reinstalled the bluetooth drivers from the Dell System Resource CD, but then due to some problems with the driver, after pairing up my headset, I am not able to see it in the sound playback devices.

Upon searching in google to see if anyone else had the same problem, I hit upon this topic http://goo.gl/dsRRy and it seems the answer was to update my Broadcam Bluetooth drivers from the given website.

I just have one final follow-up problem with my updating of the broadcam bluetooth drivers. When I run the setup, it gets stuck trying to detect my bluetooth device.
Snapshot of the window here:

I have made sure that bluetooth is switched on but still it...

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I've seen a lot of Kickstarter projects featuring the new Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy standard and a number of Bluetooth LE (BLE) enabled Arduino clones coming to market, but many of these projects still seem to be somewhere in the production process and I couldn't find a lot of practical information about how to get BLE connected with Android.

This is my proof-of-concept attempt at working with Bluetooth LE, Android and Arduino. For my project I'm using an inexpensive module based upon TI's CC 2540 chip called the HM-10. It is only the second time I've tried to put together an Android app, so improvements and collaboration are very welcome!

You might be thinking "Bluetooth?!? But that's been around forever, what's the big deal?" The new standard attempts to address some of the short-comings of Bluetooth by simplifying the pairing process and reducing power drain, aiming to replace an array of proprietary radios and protocols with something more standardized. Popular...

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