Read Anandtech's review, he shows where all the I/O of the system is being used, which will show you why there is no second PCIe port.
That 5 minutes of frustration will drive anyone back to a real computer.
Seriously? Maybe people our age (going by your UID# I am going to assume we're of the same generation), but you're nuts if you think that is true of people under 30, or even 40.
Apple, a high end company, became a device company and its been pulling them down to the lowest common denominator.
I am not clear what you mean by this. All Apple's products appear to be in the upper third of pricing for devices of their type. Are you referring to the categories of devices they have entered?
Specifically, it said "This Season Pass includes all current and future episodes of Breaking Bad, The Final Season."
Except, as noted elsewhere, terminology that is almost certainly written by Apple says "This Season Pass includes all current and future episodes of Breaking Bad, The Final Season.", since that is their boilerplate wording used everywhere.
That alone makes them liable in this case.
Explain how any whistleblower is supposed to expose something if they are not allowed to make information public that the public does not already have access to?
The one that doesn't pay any corporation tax or tax on its vast cash stockpiles? I think you will find that for Apple Inc. is not a US company, at least as far as taxation goes.
I think you'll find Apple are not "the one" that does not pay any tax, but rather that describes all the corporations.
The stated reason is due to it being based on action for a standards essential patent, not economic reasons. The presumption is eventual payment received through litigation will make the plaintiff whole, as licenses cannot be refused for SEPs. the only thing at issue is FRAND payment.
Well, they thought the market had been penetrated the straightforward way, but there was still an available opening for them to penetrate it the MS way. You know.
Because you hold the 5-11" screen 6-12" from your face, not 120" inches like your TV.
And yes you can see the difference. My middle aged farsighted vision can see it.
The $900M is just to drop the price from $500 to $350 (6M units X $150).
If they are going to sell them for even less, they would need to take another/bigger write down. Shareholders hated the first one enough that it's not really an option.
If companies tried to change the 40 hour work week then unions likely would enjoy a surge in popularity because then they would be fighting a worthy cause for reasonable working conditions.
If? There are already an awful lot of companies that squeeze more than 40 hour weeks out of people. Non-union fields, though, not surprisingly.
I travel to Japan frequently, and a few years ago it was with somewhat disgusted amusement I read an editorial in a Tokyo newspaper about how whaling was beneficial, in that whales were largely to blame for depleted fisheries. They completely failed to reconcile, or even mention, how fish populations declining parallel whale population declines, or present any evidence for the assertion at all.
There is serious denial there.
Google hasn't sued anyone yet, they've set a deadline but it's not clear what action Google can take. There are several, including:
* Find ways to block the app
* Embed ads in the raw video
* Complete on-going switch to codecs Microsoft doesn't want to support
* Place a "Windows serial number generator" on the front page of Google.com
You omitted the action they will actually take.
* File a suit in court and obtain an order compelling MS to remove the app and disable distributed copies.
Let's do a little trimming, editing and pushing things around in your post:
Can you easily create content on an iMac or Macbook?
Whether *most* people use the device in question for content creation does not determine whether it is a computer. I know dozens of people who use their tablets to produce (art, music, video, photography). Might not be a business computer, but it is definitely a computer.