Why do people believe that preventing drug resistance is still possible? You can only switch to a drug they aren't resistant to yet, or to whose resistance they have lost.
The words are all there, but they don't make sense in that usage.
TL;DR: Classic keyboard layout optimization places commonly used keys close together to reduce finger motion, but swipe layout optimization spreads them out in order to improve recognition.
So what? There's nothing wrong with making money. There is something wrong with screwing up as badly as Sochutel did.
The real problem is that Sochutel failed to identify their acquisition as snake oil in the first place. It wasn't "security-focused", it was profit-focused from beginning to end.
If I have to push buttons to control the lights, systems, etc. myself then that's not "automation", that's being too lazy to walk the 10 feet to the switch. I want things such as for the house to know that if you have 3 people sitting on the couch and the DVD/DVR/whatever is set to play that it should dim the damn lights itself.
That they barely knew what they were doing. But what do Java and Python have to do with it?
It's not the shit we've been stuffing into their bodies for decades, it's their phones. That makes all the sense in the world.
TabletTV doesn't have only the software; it's also a hardware (antenna and DVR) solution as well. The tablet doesn't do anything but display video.
MySQL is only fast because it doesn't by default support everything that a RDBMS should (YEAH, I WENT THERE). As soon as you start ticking the boxes to make the features work right, performance falls to about the same as everyone else.
How well can they stand up to a zombie apocalypse?
I've used a Logitech k360 in the past (I don't currently because I use my laptop's keyboard). It's not a *fantastic* keyboard, but 1) it's held up to me for years, and *nothing* holds up to me, and 2) it's inexpensive enough to toss once it gets worn out.
It isn't enough to have the ability to receive it, you also have to be able to decode it. Why don't tablets have this? I don't know.
But in the meantime there's this. No Android support yet, but that will come "first quarter 2015" (which of course means "whenever the hell we feel like it").
If it was always getting things right then it would be prophecy, not science. Science is the art of getting things wrong in order to figure out what's correct.