Fantastic achievement! People with visual disabilities might have a real shot now in future generations.
Oh, dear. That was a screamer of a mistake. Stopped reading right away, too and went right to the comments bashing. Not disappointed.
Jonifico (3799211) writes "Hi! Sorry if it's a bit out of order for the site, but I wanted to get your opinion on the new beta design. Let me start by saying that it was absolutely necessary, since the current look seems definitely outdated for my taste. Love the modern look while keeping a familiar layout that we can use without issues. Anyway, enough of me. How about you?"
Of course, it's always good to see patient safety is encouraged. I hope making it public does push towards fixing the issues and not people panicking.
Exactly! It's like they do in my country where alcohol and cigarette taxes end up paying for kid's sports activities. I mean, WTF?
It sounded cool until the Kinect-BaseballCap combo.
I'm down for everything with Bethesda on it. Particularly if it's going to be the first real game of this genre for the new gen. Alien was a huge letdown.
Yay! Go cheerios + science. I'm a happy nerd.
An invention of this kind is needed in a few years time when the demands are so large they simply cannot be met. Also, it's like having a battery driving almost anything! This could be huge in a few decades.
I mean, Gmail, iCloud (tell Jennifer about that) now Dropbox. Shizzle not be safe, fellas.
Well, that's a lovely upgrade from Obama.
Dude, you're so mixing this up. Thing is, if they give me a Nobel Prize for inventing the computer, shouldn't they give a Nobel to the one who made the transistor? Oh, wait. They did!
I wonder how 75 grand go down on fixing 'minor issues' for the most part. They must've been some serious security issues, which worries me since I'm on Chrome now.
Aaaand you're probably reading this from an LED screen. Ain't that great?