[NTLK] Einstein, Android, new Hardware, old Hardware
fstltna at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 1 07:31:08 EST 2011
I built and uploaded the current version of Einstein to my testflight account, and anyone who wants an iOS version can get it from me. Go to http://tflig.ht/tOCIo4 and register your device(s) and then send me a email at fstltna at me.com with the email address you want to use to get updates (so I know you want Einstein and are not wanting to be added to my games list). I'll try and update several times a day for the first few days so everyone who wants it can get it quickly.
Here's to making the Newton a living platform :)
Sent from my iPad
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On Dec 1, 2011, at 2:04 AM, Marisa Giancarla <fstltna at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Has anyone thought about using adhoc builds to distribute Einstein? I would be willing to donate 30 of my device listings to support Einstein on iPhone/iPad for regular users. This gets around the AppStore issues. Would anyone here like Einstein on their iPhone/iPad? I can do it for the first 30 list members. Whenever upgrades are released you would get an email with a download link to install the upgrade, works a treat...
> Sent from my iPad
> Open-source games development for iPad/iPhone: http://pocketgames4.me
> Classic Pulp Fiction eBooks: http://pocketfiction.com
> Our latest catalog: http://pulpfictionportal.com/pf-catalog.pdf
> LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/marisagiancarla
> On Dec 1, 2011, at 1:56 AM, Bob Carls Dudney <kosmicdollop at saber.net> wrote:
>> I presume Einstein on 1 GHz iPad would be similarly slow as on Android.
>> What about a 2+ GHz ModBook? (OS X, obviously). Would that be comparable to 2100 hardware?
>> B C D
>> On 01/12/11, Matthias Melcher wrote: |
>>> 1.2 GHz are a good start, but while CPUs get faster, our emulation will also be optimized, and we will hit original MP2100 speed eventually. AFter that, any speed increase will save battery life.
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