Wait you could afford a $1500 Google Glass but you cannot afford a set of normal frames? You sir have screwed up priorities.
>Corporation Charters are given out by the US government,
No they are not, corporate charters are given out by State Governments.
FTC is not the FCC. Now granted it would be nice if they were on the same page, but that rarely happens.
heh, partisan politics has very little place in the actual function of government, When it gets down to things like this both sides gladly work together, usually to screw us.
What, you mean you thought the FTC would actually bring charges against a major corporation? Exactly who do you think they work for?
There is a general rule that a court will construe ambiguous contract terms against the drafter of the agreement. But this rule only applies where one contracting party is in a superior bargaining position.
Guess who is in the superior bargaining position.
Clock speed and not core count is what you want for gaming. Few games make efficient use of multiple cores, and even the ones that do are not going to scale up to many cores well.
That's why I don't get it, when have their ever been ethics in in gaming journalism?
Or something like it, it could have, in large friendly print, the words "Don't Panic" on the cover.
That's only because we scorched the sky and they could no longer rely on solar power.
My bad, Scottish company
No they set it to 0 making it unusable in any OS
Well since no OS will mount a USB device with an ID 0 the chips and devices no longer work.
First, you do know that FTDI is a Chinese company, right?
Second, it's not that they have to ensure they don't break chips, but that they were intentionally breaking chips.
Before I get on a plane? No thanks, I really like to try and relax before my flight,