"Let there be light!"
What the station owners fear more than Aereo is the possibility that cable and satellite providers, emboldened by Aereo, will set up their own antenna arrays to avoid paying retransmission fees.
This is exactly WHY this should be allowed. If it is cheaper to setup your own antennas than pay someone else to do it then consumers are being overcharged for the service. Competition should be protected, not the opposite of it.
Wrong, because they would mostly even out. So say Samsung pay Nokia 2.25% and Nokia pay Samsung 2.25% and that then the balance is close to 0%, and everyone is happy.
While the point is valid enough, Nokia's not a future-proofed example.
On occasion they do make contributions to the asphalt and concrete used in building.
What the patent trolls forget is that we all stand on the shoulders of others.
Their "intellectual property" couldn't exist without the publicly domain intellectual property that existed before it.
More likely it doesn't impinge on their amoral conscious any more than the thief considers the evolution of the crowbar before prying open your window or the extortionist generations of refinement of the camera he uses to get a compromising photo.
While answering the above, please enlighten everyone to what "United States version of America" even mean? What "America" is there?
I've known some people (Canadians, Central and South Americans) to take umbrage at the fact that people in the United States are frequently referred to as "Americans", both by themselves, and from, well, a good bit of the rest of the world. Presumably, their phrasing was supposed to show that they are offended.
This presents more as a perpetually handy bash-the-US topic for people so inclined, rather than any true concern for the precision of language.
Unfortunately much of the tech press content consists of (paid?) product announcements, unsubstantiated rumour, and reviews of dubious quality.
I don't think they really exist.
Am looking forward to how things will progress. While I think it might be a bit much to see a printer in every home; I could see it used in businesses and other places.
I think there is a world market for about five 3d printers.
It was bizarre that Snowden ran to countries that are much worse on civil rights, but just want to make the U.S. look bad.
Snowden ran to countries that wouldn't put him in jail. I suspect their civil rights records were a much lower weighted factor.
The app should snap a pic at apogee and post that with submission.
Glad they aren't pulling this crap with something important like healthcare!
Samsung launched a China-only luxury smartphone together with China Telecom marketed by actor Jackie Chan that retails for about 12,000 yuan ($2,000). The flip phone, named âoeheart to the world,â is encased in a slim black and rose gold metal body. The sleek look â" called âoeda qiâ (elegantly grand) â" is coveted by Chinese when they shop for cars, sofas or phones.
I don't want auto manufacturers to fix the problem and distribute it slowly to people, I want people to realize how much of a problem this is so they can take their manufacturer to task.
This is a false dichotomy. The better answer is both.
I would prefer the manufacturer both distribute a fix and that vulnerability and mitigation information be made available openly and quickly to those who can benefit from it.
> "I got tired of the whole Google+-ification of every Google product."
Yeah, that got irksome (for me) starting with Picasa.