4K Ultra high definition television 3840 × 2160 which is, as I'm sure you can figure out, double the resolution of current HD content. That said, I will agree that calling it "4K Ultra HD" is kind of misleading
Winamp has supported gapless playback for a decade now. I honestly can't understand how gapless playback isn't a default feature/setting in any music playing software.
Congress authorized both Military Actions. Use the whole quote, "To declare War, grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal, and make Rules concerning Captures on Land and Water;"
It's not just about visuals, it's also about performance. It is now much cheaper (GPU utilization wise) to do today what was done yesterday. Also, keep in mind that a lot of games don't have that great of visuals because they limit themselves to match consoles. The Call of Duty franchise is a perfect example of this. Anyway, take a look at this to see what is new. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/hh404562(v=vs.85).aspx Also, this is what games could be doing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=duSIE2TkpH4
Honest to god that is the first thing I thought of when I saw this story. 3
When the FCC first got involved they gave them a provisional approval which required LightSquared to prove that it would not affect GPS devices. LightSquared was unable to prove it. Ars Technica explains it pretty well here: http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2012/02/why-lightsquared-failed.ars
Actualy, the second Ford class will replace the Nimitz and be called the John F Kennedy...which btw will be his 2nd carrier. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_John_F._Kennedy_(CVN-79)
How do you know they are complete trash? If you didn't get the reference you clearly didn't see all of them
You can already create "friend" groups on facebook. I don't see how they're any different tbh.
You need to do some reading http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_Powers_Resolution Vetoed by President Richard Nixon on October 24, 1973 Overridden by the House on November 7, 1973 (284â"135) Overridden by the Senate and became law on November 7, 1973 (75â"18)
Hypnotist: You will give 110 percent. Team: That's impossible no one can give more than 100 percent. By definition that's the most any one can give. 3 Simpsons (Homer at the Bat)
I'd just like to point out that the movie rating system isn't actually a law. It's just corporate policy. The video game thing they want to be a mandatory law which in many peoples opinion (and I think rightfully so) a violation of the first amendment's freedom of speech.
Nerd point of order: Data's new skin in First Contact was actual organic human skin grafted over his exoskeleton.
All I know is that I won't be happy till I can play games on a holodeck. That said, 3D for games makes way more sense to me then for movies or TV's.