Because then you wouldn't have a reason to buy new cables when the next version is released.
"Now let those who bought those $50 Thunderbolt cable cry about bloody murder."
Those would mostly be Apple users. Just make the new cables in prettier colors and they'll happily buy the new version and throw the old, un-stylish one away.
I would have been happy with,
Ross Ulbricht was sentenced to life in prison, and all I got was this lousy CowboyNeal T-shirt."
...if there's no CowboyNeal option.
You're not even trying anymore.
Depends on your application. Most of us that would appreciate faster CPU speeds have already moved to SSDs and Gb for local network storage. Transcoding is processor intensive with local SSD, and lots of media center applications - running on desktop hardware - are now transcoding for remote viewing devices. I appreciate the desire to reduce part count and beat costs down, but stealing from the CPU performance for on-board GPU sounds like low-end chip work, not high end i7 stuff.
So at $5/day x 30 days in a month, and assuming that each tattoo lasts one month, plus the convenience, says that they should retail in the $200-250 each range. Sounds about right?
Well, as long as your space travel goal is 40cm or less, we've got you covered!
It's kind of like expecting to do work on an iPad. Sure, you can do all sorts of things, as long as your standards are low enough and your definition of "work" is exceptionally loose.
It's impossible to stop all terrorists. We're simply reacting to the last attack, because there's no realistic way to stop the next one.
Profiling might be somewhat useful, but it's doubtful. Disallowing large/serious weapons on a plane is a good thing simply because, without some amplification of strength, the numbers are wildly against any single attacker. Simple security is sufficient.
Customers in the Windows Store.
See how easy that was?
" And everything they added to Windows 8.1 was a step backwards."
Based on the success of 7, that's a good thing, right?
I was going to say, "the Tomorrowland that's still in general release?"
To base the overall profitability on the first two weekends and call it a stumble when it made 3/4 of what tron made at the same time (with a huge build up and cult following of the original), while there are several other major summer blockbusters going head to head with it. (note: I haven't seen tomorrowland)
Sounds like an excuse to me. And thank goodness, imho. We definitely don't need another Tron.
"Do you think missiles get stuffed full of crisp new $100 dollar bills and then get fired into rock piles in the desert?"
Of course not. They'd be far cheaper to make if they were full of $100 bills.
Somebody had to say it.
Call me when you figure out how to run a house air conditioner or full sized refrigerator off of 5v@1A