"now"...But I'm NOW pretty sure that the Googleplex is now self-aware and is trying to make itself self-mobile.
I was pretty well convinced that the NSA and it's data sniffing what-not has become self-aware and is the first to do so. That may still be the case...
But I'm not pretty sure that the Googleplex is now self-aware and is trying to make itself self-mobile.
Next step, the Nexus-1000 Terminator....
...polluting space for aeons...
So, with this change, will Starbucks now be offering free apps/music through Google Play for Android devices or only continue to offer through iTunes/iOS?
...how fast can it mine Bitcoins.
But, how do I get all my old SSI role playing games onto it?
Post is 2+ hours old and only 48ish comments, on a slow Friday afternoon.
IOW: Nobody cares.
They're both cubic in nature?
I signed up for that a while ago. I waited for my reservation to activate.
I turned fired up the app. I linked a Gmail account (only service they currently work with).
I toyed with it for a day. I found it unimpressive, unintuitive, limited, and not useful.
I unlinked my account.
App removed. I fail to see the value in it.
That was Putin skydiving from space.
Shirtless, because he's Putin.
a large inrush current (such as a motor)
LED Lighting and the divers that run them have a significantly larger inrush current than incandescent lighting ( http://ledsmagazine.com/features/9/3/7/EcosystemFig3 ). I'd be more concerned about that than a motor.
This "feature" of LED lighting was not something that was initially taken into account.
This is basically an "open source" version of what http://www.cubby.com/ did in their free beta--but is now a paid part of the service. It was called "DirectSync" ( https://www.cubby.com/features/ ) and didn't use any of the "cloud" part of storage from the service. You can see how it is now part of the paid service here: https://www.cubby.com/pricing/
I would expect any number of other providers are looking at this for a paid service. High end versions would include Globalscape's WAFS ( http://www.globalscape.com/wafs/ ) and File Replication Pro ( http://www.filereplicationpro.com/ ).
Free with good encryption is a great idea IMO. I for one would use it.
Nazis on Mars...I mean, they made it to the Moon!
Yup. I'd agree with your comments. But you're clearly a trendsetter.
Most people still think in terms of "setting the VCR" however, IMO.
None of these devices, Google TV or Apple TV, are going to take off unless they offer a simple and effect way for a customer to record a show. This can either be Over The Air or Over The Cable. People WANT this feature because it is ingrained into their thinking.
The ability to On Demand order and watch a show over Broadband still needs widespread adoption and availability. See other posts here about "content."
Without easy PVR functionality, then these devices are just extra devices duplicating my already includes services in my big old stupid DVR/Cable box.