...why would their want to put their home systems at risk?
Excellent post, especially considering the Kinect issue you mentioned, which was completely absurd.
1 Check the price of an average netbook. 2 Compare its features to the ones of a tablet. 3 Answer yourself.
Map design? The problem was the shooting, period.
Yeah, but "MPAA related" should include IMDB, Rotten Tomatoes, Amazon... down to the most obscure movie-freak blog. That would be fun.
MS is beyond the point where you debate and criticize their moves: it's considered evil and that's it (rightly so, by the way!). Sony, apparently, hasn't reached that position yet.
The Pirate Bay case was about the Pirate Bay admins, who are not - in this context - file sharers but - possibly - do make money from running the site. File sharers are those who put files in their shared folders in p2p apps, keep their torrents seeding after downloading them, and so on.
Disclaimer: I'm a reader of Kotaku, Destructoid and, occasionally, Joystiq. This said, I think the study should have been performed on proper gaming sites like IGN, Gamestop and GamesRadar, not those sellout ex-blogs whose main concern is now selling ads, forwarding marketing and PR emails and "going big".
You buy Apple, you know what you get. You publish on their platform, same thing. Continuing these behaviours despite Apple's obvious faults is only going to strengthen the company and their anti-user practises.
Hmm... I like my AwesomeBar to only suggest entries from history and bookmarks, without dynamic search results.
I tend to agree. If the correct answer is not B, she's damn good at disguising herself: http://this.is/birgitta/me/I.html
Good job, Langley kids.
What can Apple, Cydia and the like do when the application is already on the devices? If there's no thorough, pre-emptive analysis performed, the March Madness is released. And (fortunately!) not all environments are as controlled and centralized as Apple's App Store.