"From the outset, Surface RT had an issue with the potential to mightily trip up Microsoft: While Windows RT looks exactly like Windows 8, it can't run legacy Windows programs built for x86 processors, limiting users to what they can download from the built-in Windows Store app hub." I'm thinking of the PC, Jr.
OK. Apple is evil. Happy?
Disagree here. Weaponized bacteria delivered by aerosol spray.
The complete reliance on external expansion by the new Mac Pro could be seen as, perhaps not a "game changer," but certainly as a new direction for a desktop workstation.
Skating to where the puck is, instead of where it's going.
ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn!
If I had half a clue how to mod you up (I'm an old fart) I'd mod your post to 11, brother.
Yep, they seem to be 90% Mac from what I see on the TV news. So I take it OS X's built-in FireVault won't do the trick. So what else is out there in the World of OS X security packages?
Meh. We hear the old refrain every time Microsoft comes out with a new version of Windows. "It's the worst thing ever.". "People will be migrating to OSX/Linux/whatever in droves." The sad fact is that businesses and IT are so heavily invested in the Windows ecosystem that they have no choice but to eventually upgrade. Think of all the specialized apps out there on the Windows platform: banking apps, auto shop diagnostic apps, imaging apps, etc. Even if developers want to switch to another OS, how are they going to migrate their users? Tell them they have to throw out their PCs and buy Macs? Or wipe their drives and set up an Ubuntu partition?
Richmond from the IT Crowd.
The next time your kid says the college advisor told him/or her about the great careers awaiting Western Civ graduates, smack the crap out of him/her and MAKE them go to engineering school!!!
They will just run their transactions through Chinese and Russian intermediaries. Inconvenient but not crippling.
Answer: The Titanic had a band.
Apple is not all about "winning" or largest market share. Their philosophy seems to be to push innovative products into the market place at a healthy profit, and let the chips fall where they may.
Played these on an Atari 800. The graphics were pretty primitive, but boy were those games playable.