While plagued with opportunities for abuse, this is a very intresting concept.
I don't think it has any thing to do with entitlement. It has alot to do with market conditions. If 80%(Wild Ass Guess) of apps are "free", and many apps will do what you want well for $0 why would you spend anything. The average consumer isn't into subsidizing other people with their buying habits, and they don't see any direct negative implications from using "free" apps. We are Capitalists, after all.
FOV certainly can be. If the screen is a fixed distance from the eye, it takes up a certain percentage of your FOV based on screen size.
Next you’re going to say that he if he had any backbone he would have sought approval for military action against a nation using chemical weapons on its own people.
I get the Obama hate. Really, he's not so great. He's mostly Bush 3. Realistically, there is no way to sell a military confrontation with Russia to the House of Representatives. He couldn't even get a single republican to pass their healthcare bill, ie the one Regan's people wrote. They will not authorize him to go to war, and he won't go to war without the constitutionally mandated declaration. I don't like the guy, but we need more of that.
Dateline 2015: Sarah Palin can now see the US from her porch.
WW2 was fantastic for the US economy. Biggest government jobs program ever!
It is much harder to charge for hardware as a service, then it is to charge for software updates.
Consider the dreaded vampire tap, or induction, or wire cutters. Physical access isn't only a vunerability at the end points. Analog systems are beaten easily.
Please disregard, I thought you were replying to darkain, never slashdot and drive.
I would imagine that other "critical infrastructure" would also be a valid target for similar treatment then. Thus, the discussion and valid rebuke that air gapping doesn't really secure "critical infrastructure" that is networked.
No one, because that would be a moronic thing to do.
It is only deflationary if the demand grows, or at a minimum shrinks slower then supply shrinks.
Yes, before all that nasty New Deal Regulation got the FDIC going.
And also happend to be a change of course, as this is a new "feature".