The funny part is, even after 8 years the release of xbox 360, we still can't run all our games in 1080p.
You may be able to brute force 256*8 numbers, but never the whole unicode range. (pässwörd)
Let's say the average subscriber watches television 1 hour a day. Anything above that will cost you more than you pay now. How does that sound?
The equipment do cost money, but if it's already there, why leave it running unused? That makes no sense. Like the electricity at night is wasted because it cannot be stored. Every second the maximum capacity is not used, that's a forever lost opportunity to transmit data.
Or just order a replacement from china. You can probably find one cheap in 1080p and matte. That's what I did after mine broke, it was also an upgrade from 1600x900, so I was pretty pleased with the end result.
For the lulz.
This makes me wonder if those replicants in Blade Runner were just common consumer products, not really designed to fail after a few years. Is there anything man made that can function longer than we live? I'm sure there are a few rare examples, but why is it so hard to create something that outlives us?
Currencies aren't processed as floats, there are special number formats with fixed number of decimals for databases and programming languages.
I don't get what people liked about Symbian. It was slow, crashed, and the anyone who saw its horrific sdk praised microsoft for creating windows ce.
like tears in rain...
This person has obviously never in his life heard of the Central Processing Unit.
There is a competition between them, if one does not offer an iphone, what do you think it will happen to them?
That average usage includes people who subscribe to broadband just to check their email once a week. Why should you pay more because these ignorant people lower the statistics?
Yes, there are codecs which should not be there. MPC - the media player in the package - was built with real's own SDK and can play realmedia files without need of any boundled codecs IF realplayer is installed on the machine. (note: I made MPC originally but have nothing to do with any codec packs)
Because they are all dead or going to be soon.