And that is why It's a bad idea to use software that relies on server side authentication. Case in point, I just reinstalled my security cam software, but it won't accept my *paid-for* license because it doesn't exist anymore. So my legally bought software is now useless.
ATSC PVRs already record the raw bitstream received from the broadcaster. what you're describing can be bought for around 70$
Windows Media Center serves the same purpose in my living room.
It is the same as cable if you think of Hulu & Netflix as the *new* networks. The difference is instead of paying your cable provider you're paying the networks directly.
I just hope security is really good. A 5W laser is enough to set fire to many materials, I can only imagine something (or someone) using that to set a desk on fire.
Blaming the same countries they're outsourcing to because it's less expensive? (and killing local economy since the staff is part of the outsourcing)
Besides, how many people just throw old pills in the *garbage* ? I'm pretty sure that's the main reason for drug resistance.
Please share the info, I'm pretty sure other people here live in (or near) Montreal.
And most of the steps are still required for other devices. iTunes is not more complicated than other solutions and integrates with Airport express devices, Apple TVs, allows sharing the library with other devices and controlling everything with your iDevice.
Some people prefer Android devices, I prefer the integration Apple offers. To each his own...
So that's where the company's name comes from...
Recording TV is not a typical scenario. Besides, at around 8GB/hour (HD), that's around 2000 hours a year, which is little more than what my BeyondTV machine does, and its 3TB WD green is still alive and kicking. You just have to disable the insanely aggressive head parking on those drives otherwise they might die...
Only 3 of my albums were bought on iTune, yet i've *never* had anything deleted in the 10 or so years I've used ipods and iphones.
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They mostly were older consumer drives ranging from 20 to 320GB (still had dessicants and other nice stuff).
The big surprise was when I dismantled 15k fibrechannel drives. The engineering was pretty amazing (and the magnets are really kick ass)
You can fit a lot of savegames on a memory card. Besides, Cartridges and optical discs were better since games had to be more or less bug-free. Now with HDDs in consoles they are selling alpha material and patching afterwards.
In other words, people who grew up with consoles are still buying them...