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The Kronos X was introduced in July 2012 with OS version 2 and the Kronos 2 with OS version 3 was announced in November 2014 (marketed as "new Kronos"). Updated versions have more memory and new factory sounds,   but otherwise have similar hardware based on the Intel Atom processor series, so older models can be upgraded to the newer ...
In August 2006, Kronos announced it had acquired Unicru.  According to the Wall Street Journal , cheating on the tests, using answer keys available online, became more common during the late-2000s recession , though Kronos denies that cheating is common or significantly affects the test's validity.
Chronos (/ ˈ k r oʊ n ɒ s /; Greek: Χρόνος, (Modern Greek: ); Meaning - "time"), also spelled Khronos or Chronus, is the personification of time in pre-Socratic philosophy and later literature.
Kronos appeared in several guest stints in both 2012 and 2014. He was named after the cat owned by a relative of the shows head writer.  Kronos was the household cat owned by Luke Durville (Gerald Urquhart).
Kronos – The former king of the Titans, bent on restoring his rule and taking revenge on the gods who deposed him. After Luke sacrifices himself to defeat Kronos, Hermes states that although Titans cannot die, any more than the gods can, Kronos' essence is hopefully spread so thin that he can never form a consciousness again let alone a body.
Kairos (Ancient Greek: καιρός) is an ancient Greek word meaning 'the right, critical, or opportune moment'. In modern Greek, kairos also means 'weather'.. It is one of two words that the ancient Greeks had for 'time'; the other being chronos (χρόνος).
Second Genesis. Release date: May, 2003 Castor. Release date: December 18, 2003 Castor was the first named content release, with one of the key features being the addition of the first special Tech 2 components and ships through research agents, and improvements and tweaks to the mission system launched in earlier patches.
"Lux Aeterna" (Mansell), the theme song to Requiem for a Dream, written by Clint Mansell and performed by the Kronos Quartet "Lux Aeterna", a section of the liturgy from Messa da Requiem by Giuseppe Verdi; Lux Aeterna, a 1972 album by William Sheller; Lux aeterna, a 2011 work for mixed SATB choir by Robert Paterson