Atari Basic (800)
Commodore Basic (64)
DOS 5.0 - 6.22
Window 3.0, 3.11
Mac 6 - 7.5
95, 98, 2000 (NT4 *work)
SCO UNIX 5.5 *work
XP (Server 2000, 2003, 2008 *work)
Windows 7, OS X 10.2 - 10.6
iOS (iPhone1-4), Android 2.0 - 4.22+
Atari Basic (800)
$7k price "envisaged". Hmm.... is that translation or are they simply hoping and guessing rather than have an idea of the actual price... battery leasing not included??
Netflix is a great STEP in the right direction...
I'm far from alone in saying -- until we can access content, on AND offline, from any device, and for a reasonable price -- entertainment industry is far from where it needs be!
I am surprised to hear anyone confess to not seeing the video in question as staged within the first 5 seconds.
Hmm, how many times in recent history has progress been so misunderstood, feared, and vitrified??
Just read and acticle on this a day or so ago...
Jazz, Bikinis, Dungeons and Dragons, Video Games.
How will be possibly survive with technology purveying so much depravity?!?
Anyone else have second thoughts when finding a seemingly "great deal" on eBay or other online store where paypal is the only method of payment available?!?
Something about paypal has never seemed quite right to me. In part due to eBay disallowing any other method of online payment allowed, not infrequent stories of frozen accounts with no reason or recourse, no phone number (or other customer service options) available until forced to do so, not to mention questionably high fees for accepting money via their 'service'...
I think the word I'm looking for is insidious. Or perhaps monopolistic?!?
While I'm sure it's safe to say both Android and iOS are significantly outselling WP7, these numbers listed give little sense of how much. The only figure that gives some semblance of perspective is the text of the article pointing to Google's clocking 200,000 activations per day.
Granted, there are not extended sales figures as this product has just been released. Just the same, boo on poor journalism in not comparing apples to androids (launch day sales).
Is there any more evidence this is real than a 30 second video which doesn't even show it booting (which in of itself would be hardly more convincing without more details).
Disappointingly not the first news site I've seen this posted on with so little to show.
In the event a phone is acquired by itself, isn't it possible to simply power down a phone, to be accessed in presence of signal suppression equipment (inexpensive, "off the shelf" technology)??
While I deploy removing a feature, is anyone really surprised that Sony would take steps to impede piracy, even at the risk of alienating a small portion of users who actually use this feature legitimately.
Honestly, won't MOST users who care about running Linux on a PS3 have a multitude of devices available which run other OSes far better than the PS3??
I'm thinking the few groups who use the PS3 for parallel processing will either downgrade the firmware or select one of the many other hardware options out there equally suited/priced/sized.
Please tell me the geniuses who game up with this idea are sterile??
Seriously, unless you run a legit business which happens to have a name similar to another, where you own ONE similar domain (maybe a few that ALL rediect to your legitimate web business), otherwise you have 0% right to own multiple domains. This is not to mention 1017 variations of a legit domain, where the squatter domains are dead-pages or fake web portals (search/news/whatever). There is no fair-use going on there.