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Browsers are fucking software. They don't blame anything for anything.
Facebook was down. That's the only that matters to most people.
Do the drivers support h264 hardware accelerated video decoding? Currently Nvidia's (awesome) vdpau is the only way to play 1080p movies without frame drops on Linux. These ATI drivers are only interesting if they have this capability.
My fucked is just fine, thank you.
Zombies invade? Rule #1: Cardio.
Too bad they couldn't be bothered to release a Linux version. It would've done well.
It's a non-issue in the sense that Firefox can simply rely on multimedia frameworks (e.g. Gstreamer, Directshow) to decode h.264 streams, possibly with hardware acceleration. No need to include the encumbered codec with Firefox itself.
Spider-man 2 and X-men 2 both impressed me more than their respective predecessors. As long as the movie introduces new elements well enough, it should be possible. I can't say anything about sex but food seems to never lose its deliciousness.
Or maybe I'm just weird...
Brazil is still in America right?
Netherlands, fuck yeah!
ps. Why is previewing so damn slooowww?
If they do this I will buy a few games the moment they are released. I hate DRM but this kind of development needs to be encouraged. Now if only ATI and/or Nvidia would open up their specs, or some open protocol/source solution would come into existence.
The HTC Desire:
It's fast as hell, has a good (looking) multi-touch interface and is cheaper than the Nexus One. Battery life is the only issue I can think of but that's a problem with all similar devices. And I can also confirm that Flash does indeed suck the life out of the battery and Apple was right to exclude it.
What's with the Windows 7 plug?
Booting into Ubuntu will be amazingly fast with this Phoenix BIOS. Can't wait until I can get something like this for my PC.