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Mobile operating system

A mobile operating system is an operating system for mobile phones, smartwatches, 2-in-1 PCs or other mobile devices. While computers such as typical laptops are'mobile', the operating systems used on them are not considered mobile ones, as they were designed for desktop computers that did not have or need specific mobile features; this distinction is becoming blurred in some newer operating systems that are hybrids made for both uses. Mobile operating systems combine features of a personal computer operating system with other features useful for mobile or handheld use,and including a wireless inbuilt modem and SIM tray for telephony and data connection. By Q1 2018, over 383 million smartphones were sold with 86.2 percent running Android and 12.9 percent running iOS. Android alone is more popular than the popular desktop operating system Windows, in general smartphone use outnumbers desktop use. Mobile devices with mobile communications abilities contain two mobile operating systems – the main user-facing software platform is supplemented by a second low-level proprietary real-time operating system which operates the radio and other hardware.

Research has shown that these low-level systems may contain a range of security vulnerabilities permitting malicious base stations to gain high levels of control over the mobile device. Mobile operating systems have majority use since 2017, thus traditional desktop OS is now a minority used kind of OS. However, variations occur in popularity by regions, while desktop-minority applies on some days in regions such as United States and United Kingdom. Mobile operating system milestones mirror the development of mobile phones, PDAs, smartphones: 1973–1993 — Mobile phones use embedded systems to control operation. 1993 April — PenPoint OS by GO Corporation becomes available on the AT&T EO Personal Communicator. August — Apple launches Newton OS running on their Newton series of portable computers. 1994 March — Magic Cap OS by General Magic is first introduced on the Sony Magic Link PDA. August — The first smartphone, the IBM Simon, has a touchscreen, PDA features. 1996 March — The Palm Pilot 1000 personal digital assistant is introduced with the Palm OS mobile operating system.

August — Nokia releases the Nokia 9000 Communicator running an integrated system based on the PEN/GEOS 3.0 OS from Geoworks. 1997 — EPOC32 first appears on the Psion Series 5 PDA. Release 6 of EPOC32 will be renamed to Symbian OS. 1998 — Symbian Ltd. is formed as a joint venture by Psion, Ericsson and Nokia, Psion's EPOC32 OS becomes Symbian's EPOC operating system, is renamed to Symbian OS. Symbian's OS was used by those companies and several other major mobile phone brands, but Nokia. 1999 June — Qualcomm's pdQ becomes the first smartphone with Palm OS. October — Nokia S40 Platform is introduced along with the Nokia 7110, the first phone with T9 Predictive text input and a Wireless Application Protocol browser for accessing specially formatted Internet data. 2000 — The Ericsson R380 is released with EPOC32 Release 5, marking the first use on a phone of what's to become known as Symbian OS. 2001 June — Nokia's Symbian Series 80 platform is first released on the Nokia 9210 Communicator This is the first phone running an OS branded as Symbian, the first phone using that OS that allows user installation of additional software.

September — Qualcomm's Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless platform on their REX real-time operating system is first released on the Kyocera QCP-3035. 2002 March BlackBerry releases its first smartphone. UIQ is first released, at v2.0, on Symbian OS, becomes available in the year on the Sony Ericsson P800, the successor to the Ericsson R380. June Microsoft's first Windows CE smartphones are introduced. Nokia's Symbian Series 60 platform is released with the Nokia 7650, Nokia's first phone with a camera and Multimedia Messaging Service. S60 would form the basis of the OS on most of Nokia's smartphones until 2011, when they adopted Microsoft's Windows Phone 7. S60 was used on some phones from Samsung and others, by Sony Ericsson after the consolidation of different Symbian UI variants in 2008. October — The Danger Hiptop is first released by Danger, Inc. running DangerOS. 2003 — Motorola introduces first linux based cellphone Motorola A760 base on Linux MontaVista distribution. 2005 May — Microsoft announces Windows Mobile 5.0.

November — Nokia introduces Maemo OS on the first, small Internet tablet, the N770, with a 4.13" screen. 2007 January — Apple's iPhone with iOS is introduced as a "widescreen iPod," "mobile phone," and "Internet communicator". February — Microsoft announces Windows Mobile 6.0. May — Palm announces the Palm Foleo, a "Mobile Companion" device similar to a subnotebook computer, running a modified Linux kernal and relying on a companion Palm Treo smartphone to send and retrieve mail, as well as provide data connectivity when away from WiFi. Palm canceled Foleo development on September 2007 after facing public criticism. November — Open Handset Alliance is established, led by Google with 34 members 2008 February — LiMo Foundation announces the first phones running the LiMo mobile Linux distribution, from Motorola, NEC, Panasonic Mobile, Samsung, released later

Belle Starr's Daughter

Belle Starr's Daughter is a 1948 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by W. R. Burnett; the film stars George Montgomery, Rod Cameron, Ruth Roman, Wallace Ford, Charles Kemper, Edith King and William Edward Phipps. The film was released on December 1948, by 20th Century Fox. After the town marshal of Antioch is shot by Bob Yauntis, the newly appointed Tom Jackson sets out to apprehend the killer, but when he and his posse get to the ranch of bandit queen Belle Starr, they discover her dead body and the house on fire. Seeing this from a distance, Belle's daughter Rose mistakenly concludes Marshal Jackson killed her mother. Rose works as a waitress and Jackson attempts to romance her. Rose begins pulling off robberies along with Bob, who shoots the ranch's foreman, Lafe Bailey and attempts to avoid detection as a ruthless outlaw called "Bitter Creek", being sought by lawmen. Bob turns his wrath on Rose, striking her and holding her captive. Rose escapes and turns to Jackson, in love with her.

After being taken into custody, Bob is able to wing Jackson with a concealed weapon, whereupon Jackson shoots him dead. Belle Starr's Daughter on IMDb

Reftinskaya GRES

Reftinskaya GRES is the largest solid fuel thermal power plant in Russia. It is situated in 18 km from Asbest. Reftinskiy town, home to 18,000 people, is situated 2.5 km from the GRES, which produces 20,000 million KWh annually. It has heat power -- 350 GKh. Coal from Ekibastuz's coal field is used as the main fuel and the black oil is used as the starting fuel. GRES produces power with the bar «Outdoor switchgear -500 kV» on five power lines -500 kV and with the bar «Outdoor switchgear -220 kV» on five power lines -220 kV; the station supplies power to the industrial areas in Sverdlovsk, Tyumen and Chelyabinsk regions. The construction of the electric power station was started in 1963, the launching of the first power unit took place in 1970 and in 1980 – of the last one; the building of the electric power plant was started in 1963 and it was realized in 2 lines: first, 6 power units with installed capacity of 300 MW with the direct-flow two-furnace boilers with rating 950 ton/hour were launched and secondly - 4 power units with installed capacity of 500 MW with the direct-flow two-furnace boilers with rating 1650 ton/hour.

Reftinskaya GRES uses coal supplied from Ekibastuz that has calorific power of 3800-4100 cal/kg, ash content for moisture-free fuel o 40-43 % and humidity of 6-9 %. On 3d July, 1963 the group of the formers landed in the suburbs of Asbest and, getting through the taiga jungle, went to research the ground for the building of electric power station that ought to become the leader of the ural energy providers. In the same year Yurii Yelovikov hammered the first peg on the territory of the Reftinskaya GRES; the building of electric power station was one of the most important construction in the region, thus Sverdlovsk regional committee headed by B. Yeltsin controlled its realization; the design work of the Reftinskaya GRES was given to the Ural branch of industry institute “Teploenergoproject”. The collective of the institute has been developing from the implementation of the electrification plan and projected all electro stations of the Great Ural, accumulated big experience; the most successful technological decisions of that period and of the whole world were entered in the project of the Reftinskaya GRES.

In March, 1967 the first cubic meter of the concrete for the main building's base was placed. The process of building achieved a good pace of work. One by one objects of the first unit, which had power of 300 MW, came to life. After the series of control and testing of boiler and turbine, the first unit was plugged in on 24 December 1970.and started to work operational. The principle of the unit's maximum work after the building was preserved on all next 9 units with the installed capacity of 300–500 MW that would annually be launching until the out of planned production capacity in 1980. Unit No. 1 was taken for the exploitation on 28 December 1970 by the state commission under the chairman of V. Trachyk; the counting of the electro station's vital activity started from this moment. Units No.2 and No.3 were taken for exploitation in 1971. unit No.4 was introduced The following year. In September 1974 unit No.5 was introduced. And in May 1975 unit No.6 was introduced. The power of the electric station reached1 800 MW.

It was not profitable To continue the building of the units with the installed capacity of 300 MW. The decision to enlarge Reftinskaya GRES due to “pyatisotka” was taken. By one year the base of all 4 objects was prepared. Hardly had the unit No.7 been accepted by state commission in the end of 1977, when the butt-end's steel-work of the eighth unit got up. The next units No.8 and No.9 with the capacity of 500 MW were correspondingly introduced in the end of 1978 and 1979. The last power unit was launched on 21 December 1980, and on 22 December 1980 in the occasion of the GRES building termination and achievement of the final planned production capacity of 3800 MW, the mass meeting took place, where the first secretary of the Sverdlovsk regional committee C. P. S. U. B. Yeltsin congratulated power men and presented governmental rewards more than 200 constructors, operatives; the rank of the Hero of Socialist Labour was appropriated to the Chef of the Reftinskaya GRES Building Government I. Volfson It was the first time in the country when on the coal-dust unit of 500 MW at Reftinskaya GRES was introduced the automated control system in 1997.

So the conception of reconstruction and development of automated control system of country electric power stations, cultivated in Sverdlovenergo, started to be realized. Fundamentally new, unprecedented on coal-dust units technology made work place of machinist more comfortable and supplied personnel with the great quantity of information; the part of produced on Reftinskaya GRES energy from the total volume of energy, consumed by Sverdlovsk Oblast, contains nearly 40%. Every second electric light bulb in the Sverdlovsk Oblast's households works on the electricity, generated by Reftinskaya GRES; the electric power station provides with electricity consumers from Ural region with the power output of Economic Cooperation Organization of Russia. On 24 September 2008 at 07:05 GRES generated 700-billionth kW/hour of power. In 2010 public audition in the case of the transition GRES on shot line ash removal took place; the administration of the station got claims of absence of the ecological examination of the project and pedaling o administrative resource, in view of the potential environmental pollution.

The chimney No. 4 of Reftinskaya GRES with the height of 330 meters is one of the highest chimneys in the wor

Acolyte (album)

Acolyte is the debut studio album by the English alternative dance band Delphic, released by Polydor Records on 11 January 2010. It was recorded in Ewan Pearson's Berlin studio; the album was released in Australia and New Zealand on 22 January via Modular and in the United States on 29 June 2010 by Dangerbird Records. The band released the tracks Counterpoint and This Momentary on 13 April 2009 and 31 August 2009 prior to the completion of the album; this Momentary became available as a free Digital Download on iTunes to help promote the album. The first single to be released from the album was Doubt and was released on 4 January 2010, a week prior to the release of the album; the single entered the UK Singles Chart at the most successful song from the band yet. Its B-Side was Sanctuary; the second single to be released from the album was Halcyon and was released on 15 March 2010. The single reached a peak of number 143 on the UK Singles Chart marking the band's second most successful single to date.

Its B-Side was Wake. The third single to be released from the album was Counterpoint and acted as a re-release of the single, it was released on 31 May 2010, although it was the Tim Goldsworthy Remix that received the radio airplay. The single failed to make an impact on the UK Singles Chart. All Tracks Written By – Delphic Drums By – Dan Hadley Published By – Universal Music Publishing, Ltd. Produced By – Delphic and Ewan Pearson Mixed By – Ewan Pearson and Bruno Ellingham Photo Images By – Non-Format and Jake Walters Art Direction and Design By – Non-Format Dangerbird A+R – Jeff Castelaz and Peter Walker Delphic Official Website Dangerbird Records – Delphic: Acolyte – Album Release Info Delphic – Acolyte on Rdio Delphic – Acolyte on Spotify Acolyte – "Doubt" Promo Video – YouTube Acolyte – "Counterpoint" Promo Video – YouTube Acolyte – "This Momentary" Promo Video – YouTube Acolyte – "Halcyon" Promo Video – YouTube Acolyte – "Remain" Promo Video – YouTube Acolyte – "Doubt" – YouTube Acolyte – "Counterpoint" – YouTube

Lampara net

A lampara net is a type of fishing net. It is a surrounding net having the shape of a spoon or a dustpan with a short leadline under a longer floatline; the net has a central bunt to contain two lateral wings. Lampara nets are used for capturing those swimming near the water's surface, they are used in the Mediterranean, the United States, South Africa to catch sardines. In Argentina they are used in Japan for sea breams and flying fish, they are used in Australia to catch eastern sea garfish. In South Florida in the US lampara nets are used to catch ballyhoo and balao, which are used as bait fish by anglers; the fishery for opalescent inshore squid in California became successful after Italian immigrants introduced the lampara net there in 1905. These nets are utilized on fishing vessels 9 to 18 meters long with 50 to 150 horsepower engines; the nets are hauled in by hand by a team of crewmembers pulling the lateral wings. The fish are removed with a smaller net or a scoop

Dhumkkudiya (film)

Dhumkkudiya is an upcoming Indian, Nagpuri film directed by Nandlal Nayak and produced by Dr Sumit Agarwal. The film feature Rinkal Pradhuman Nayak in prominent role; the story of the film is based on true incidents of human trafficking. The film won Outstanding Achievement Award in Culcutta International Cult Film Festival, it has won Best Best Content awards in Japan Film Festival. It has won Best Feature Film in Hollywood Blood Horror Festival, Los Angeles in 2019 and Best Producer, Best Acting Ensemble, Best Costume, Best Makeup & Hairstyling, Best Trailer and Best Poster Awards in 2020, it has won Best Director in Eurasia International Film Festival recently. The film was screened thrice at 25th Kolkata International Film Festival at Kolkata under Unheard Section, it has won Best Lead Actress Award in American Golden Picture International Film Festival and in New York Movie Awards 2020 both in USA. 2019: Outstanding Achievement Award, Culcutta International Cult Film Festival, India 2019: Best Editing and Best Content Awards, Japan Film Festival, Japan 2019: Best Director, Eurasia International Film Festival, Berlin & Moscow 2019: Best Feature Film, Hollywood Blood Horror Festival, Los Angeles, USA 2019: Finalist, Florence Film Awards, Italy 2019: Finalist, Care Awards, Cairo, WV, USA 2019: Screened In Unheard India Section, Kolkata International Film Festival, India 2019: Closing Film, Azamgarh International Film Festival, India 2019: Official Selection Screening in The 25th Kolkata International Film Festival, India 2019: Best Script Award, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Film Festival, India 2020: Critic's Choice Award, Best Hindi Film, Rajasthan International Film Festival 2020, India 2020: Critic's Choice Award, Best Actor, Rajasthan International Film Festival 2020, India 2020: Best Lead Actress, American Golden Picture International Film Festival, USA 2020: Best Producer Award, Hollywood Blood Horror Festival, USA 2020: Best Acting Ensemble, Hollywood Blood Horror Festival, USA 2020: Best Costume Design, Hollywood Blood Horror Festival, USA 2020: Best Makeup & Hairstyling, Hollywood Blood Horror Festival, USA 2020: Best Trailer, Hollywood Blood Horror Festival, USA 2020: Best Poster, Hollywood Blood Horror Festival, USA 2020: Best Actress, New York Movie Awards, USA Dhumkkudiya on IMDb