Hiring a company that already knows how to do this stuff is probably a hell of a lot cheaper in the short run than funding a new one.
Pretty sure it's the case with all magazines.
Plus Apple's been selling hardware for over 35 years. Google's experience has been web apps, and that's been for less than 15 years.
The average user won't care. They'll continue getting their music from youtube, games from steam and TV from iplayer or 4od. Most pirates won't care much either. TPB became a virus fest when it became popular.
Overpriced - yep. Censored - yep, like every other ISP. Incompetent - not as an ISP. Great uptime, decent enough speed, plus you get to use their wifi hotspots which are located in pretty much every street. If you don't mind paying they are one of the best ISPs around.
Maybe we just don't need it? Our closest apps to AI are Siri and whatever the Android voice app is. All they do is retrieve information. Same as a google search. Nearly everyone under 30 (and quite a few over that) grew up with computers and most know how to use them. True turing AI at this point would only really benefit people who don't know how to find information themselves.
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Lost your password? We can either email it to you, or send it to all your IM accounts as a message.
[quote]2. At least they told their users in a prompt manner. [/quote]
The hack happened 5 days ago, and this is the first statement even confirming it happened. That's a long time on the internet.
I brought a dvd/cd drive 4 or 5 years ago. I only ever use it about once a year when I get new hardware and need to install drivers (which I then update from the 'net). I'm sure at some point hardware will come with a usb install instead of an optical disc, but atm it's going the way of the floppy drive.
If you've got old hardware, install an older version. If you've got a computer without a cd drive, install an os that can boot from floppies.
Video didn't work for me either on chrome. Direct link does.
How many people went up and down the stairs several times and messed up the traffic?
Same. My 'dumbphone' also has a torch, FM radio and a few games, but I wouldn't miss them if it didn't. The most attractive feature is the week+ long battery life.