Guess what, you're that Joe Sixpack. They've successfully convinced you that it's not worth the effort of trying.
You honestly think in 2 seconds you can identify a problem that a bunch of guys, who've spent years developing a technology, haven't considered, let alone addressed? Read the article, it only takes you 2 other seconds.
If you're self employed and 40$ is beyond the pale in terms of a cost associated with running your business, you might be one of those people who equates being self employed with having a right to be profitable.
Technology has receded since the last time humans landed on the moon? That's pretty funny.
Well, sure, you can pay them to work from home in India, but if the point is to get that work back into your GDP then
"Cyanogenmod is in many was less customized and more like stock Android"
So not stock Android, eh? What was your point again? I'm consistently impressed by the amount of whining that happens here these days. Years ago, we used to whine about things that were actually significant to professional developers, not whiny users whining about their phones.
Isn't it the big two? Android or iPhone? So why not just get a Nexus 4 or 5, unlocked, nice and cheap? Root it, and you're done.
The definition of gaming as a hobby is not, "Gaming where ever, whenever you like, however you like."
Or Greeks, I guess? Or the tons of other countries in which octopus is not an exotic food?
Where does it end is not an argument.
"We won't let 3 year olds drive cars? Where does it end?"
I'm sure your neighbors appreciate the fact that you're a self absorbed twat.
Obviously it's for publicity, but their claim is clearly tongue in cheek. Let me put it this way. Everyone is taking this way more seriously than Nvidia is.
Anybody that would consider her being a hate-monger is out of touch with reality.
And your credentials are what, exactly?
Congratulations, that's one of the stupidest things I've ever read on
"They are the only people who would have actually earned it."
Everyone here is dumber for having read that.