Does this mean that Netflix will (finally) be surround sound through the browser?
It's not a complete review by any stretch.
All it says for Netflix is that it's 'flawless'. What about some details behind that? does it do HD properly? Does it output 5.1 surround sound?
Also, they didn't go through any really good playback reviews. Like..does it have the power to play blu-ray rips in mkv? Does it output 5.1 surround sound? Can it output DTS-HD/Tru HD?
To me (and probably others) This kind of information is VITAL.
The one thing which the iWatch must have is the ability to function *on it's own*. If it 'needs' to be paired up with an iPhone in order to be useful, it's completely dead in the water and useless.
The iWatch should be simple: display time, date, fitness apps and music. It shouldn't need to be fed data from an iPhone to look at messages or texts.
It should also have a headphone jack, it shouldn't rely on bluetooth audio.
IF ISP's can block certain websites, then why are they now blocking the more disgusting sites out there like child porn sites, or sites similar? I would think that the government would want to eliminate those from the face of the earth before wasting their time on trying to block music and movie pirating sites..
I'd rather be killed than use this.
Whenever the Canadian Government tries a bill like it, it ends up not going through or delayed enough to the point of the next election, then it's ignored for a while.
Why do I picture a bunch of obese Americans throwing hash browns at some Chinese people??
Seriously, did they look at the Dark Knight and say "Hey, that massively illegal cell-phone-Sonar concept was a good idea, lets look into it"
Ha. The FCC would be flooded with so many complaints that they wouldn't have a choice but to declare filters legal.
If they did declare filters illegal, it would leave the whole e-mail system useless until software companies like Microsoft and Mozilla start to program filters right into the software which would be updated through their usual updates.
Only 5 years? In surprised that they weren't executed, considering it's China.
5 years is nothing when the teen has to go through a lifetime of medical procedures...