They're extremely reliable; they work exactly half the time.
This is talking about the Gear though, not the Occulus DK. Has anyone tried the Gear yet?
Except GP didn't make that claim, he said that Unity is more similar to OSX than Gnome is.
You're not feeding a religious troll, you're feeding a racist troll.
Seeing how Excel historically had its own compiler, that sounds about right.
Since a lot of games are cross platforms with consoles, in a year or two a cheap low-end client will probably be sufficient to run most of what's coming out.
I think you're mistaken about the degree of precision you should expect from a New Scientist article.
You'd have to Google "Republican arrested," find an incident, and then Google the name in a separate search (preferably in a private browsing session). I'd do it, but I can't find the energy to try to convince someone they're not being persecuted.
Linux will be the premier gaming platform on the PC and on its own console, and Valve will be the company that made it happen.
Valve will be the ones who made it happen, but the Humble Bundles are what made it possible. The groundwork for this has been laid over a long time, by a lot of people.
Microsoft Studios? Port an Xbox One exclusive to Linux? Perhaps when hell freezes over.
That was the joke, yes. But I do always find it kind of hilarious when I launch Dust: An Elysian Tale on Linux.
Yes, I do expect them to honor the provisions of my will.
Anyone expecting printed materials to survive environments typically found inside jet or rocket engines needs to be awfully patient.
Or, you know, NASA.
My usage and your usage don't matter, only the person's whom you're replying to:
My wife has a 5 mile commute
You can't argue that the vehicle is cost effective for everyone, just because it's cost effective for you.
According to Musk, the fuel cost of a F9 1.1 is ~$300,000, or about 0.5% of the system cost.