Will this boot over ethernet?
Don't install random crap from the internet. If you use play store the chance is virtually nil to be infected with malware. You also have to make the active choice to even be able to install these trojans by ticking "non trusted sources" down in preferences.
It isn't exactly hard to keep an Android device malware free. Same as any other operating system with a good selection of programs in the default repos and stores, like Debian, Ubuntu, or OS X. Even if those operating systems don't mandate one supplier of programs only.
If this sounds to hard, just use iPhones and Playstations which are unable to install random crap no matter how much you need it, but at least you're safe.
Microsoft never claimed to have created the first mouse or any of the other things you listed. You're delusional...
And again Microsoft is ripping someone else's technology and saying it is their own invention. Take your pick: dos, windows, mouse... the list goes on and on.
So who in your oppinon develops Windows? Do they rip code from little puppets from mars or something... Whatever you are trying to say, you are wrong...
It was a bad motivator?
Fortunaly Google dosen't accept mallware onto the market, so you should be pretty safe.
If the average human eye can't tell the slightest difference, what's the point of making displays that dense?
The whole retina thing is just a marketing ploy. Perhaps some wants to hold the phone closer than what Steeve decided was the optimum range. There is no denying text is sharper and you need to zoom less when having better than retina resolution.
In any case, I'm not average.
When Oculus Rift gain 4K resolution I will have all the display space I need. Unlimited virtual monitors...
I think he got disconnected before the punchline, bet it was good though...
It looks like Win XP
Don't let it play Global thermonuclerar war for a decade though. It won't learn shit. Give it two minutes of tic-tac-toe, number of players zero, and it throws in the towel on the art of war completely. I know there is some kind of plot hole in here...
Agreed. It's also a dead end since a flying vehicle carrying people needs to be able to land with engine failure. Well, not the V22 Osprey, but every other type of aircraft. This type of aircraft will not auto rotate, and will never be deemed safe.
You are tied to the complexity of the PC. Tied so tightly you can't imagine there could ab another way.
A tablet just isn't up to the task of serious content creation. You can barely write on them (yes you can, but it isn't exactly fun) and your fingers are just too clumsy compared to a mouse pointer. This will not change until the next tablet revolution comes with completely overhauled interfaces, this will probably take some time if it will ever happen.
This has nothing to do with "complexity", tablets and PCs are two very different things as it stands today. Tablets are great for consumption.
It's possible, maybe even likely Blink will be the new universal rendering engine and WebKit an Apple only thing, timeframe a year or two. I don't know if Blink or WebKit developers even want to merge between the projects. It will be interesting to see how this saga continues, the browser war have been a bit stale as of late. Not that I like browser inconsistences but I do like competition.