Absolutely. Though it would need to be something more advanced than standard bluetooth at the moment. It needs to be able to mirror/send video from the phone to the screen, as well as take Google Voice/Apple Siri like communication between the devices. Also would be nice if some of the manual controls would map to the phone as well. Next Track, Pause, etc.
From where do you stream live Channels like ESPN, NFLHD, FoxSports?....Oh you don't? Well then quit acting like a pretentious prick and STFU.
As an individual or a business, you are supposed to look for ways to pay the least amount of taxes. That's life and there's nothing really wrong with that. If someone didn't look for ways to get as many deductions as possible on their tax return, you'd wonder if they were mental and just enjoyed paying a higher rate. The same applies for businesses. The government so far has said that there is nothing wrong with what they are doing.
The core problem here is with these loopholes. The tax system is a constantly changing cat/mouse game of people/companies finding loopholes and the government closing them. The REAL question is why hasn't this enormous loophole been closed yet?
I really fucking hope this disaster of an OS is fixed in the future. I'm at the point of thinking of migrating to Apple or Linux and i fucking hate Apple and i still don't think Linux is ready for the desktop.
I'm a programmer and i'm switching back and forth between about 3-4 windows constantly and sometimes up to about 6. And i can even have them layered so that i can monitor a console window with only a few lines showing. Everything is accessible with ONE click.
It'll be a cold day in hell before i switch to a constantly-full-screen OS. It's just not even remotely practical for anything but consumption.
Yep. From the summary, I have no idea what Qt does. What is new in this version. Or how it affects me.
All the summary told me was that it's a new version of a C++ project. And it's supposed to be better than the last version.
With the need for the Federal Government to "Save our Economy" the last 5 years, I wish they had decided to put that money toward replacing the entire copper phone system with Fiber Optic. It would have produced thousands upon thousands of jobs of long lasting jobs and left us with a country that is much more prepared to move forward in this century. Instead with threw away hundreds of billions of $$$ on stupid projects that no long lasting benefit.
Depressions/Recessions are the PERFECT time to handle issues like this. It's one of the issues I have with Washington over the last 5+ years. I can't think of one long lasting project that produced long term results for the entire country and produced long term results. There are many public projects during the Great Depression that are still being felt today. I don't know if the same could be said 80yrs from now about and public projects from this Recession.
I'm not sure if you're trolling or not, but if you're serious, you have no fucking clue what you're talking about. I graduated from a fairly renowned University here in the US that offers Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Software Engineering, as well as a couple other more specific engineering programs.
- Computer Engineering focuses on the hardware, and is more synonymous with Electrical Engineering.
- Computer Science and Computer Engineering students took nearly the same classes except for about 3 classes where Engineering students took more math/software classes classes and Computer Science students were able to take a concentration in a different subject of interest outside of engineering
I'm not sure what shitty school you went to, but in ours we all learned LISP, algorithms, AI, programming theories, discrete structures, and software modeling and construction. The idea of an Engineering student doing fucking Wordpress and Ruby on Rails for a degree is an absolute farce. And if that's what your university offered in their program you should be ashamed for your school.
I have a feeling:
1. The are going to focus on OpenGL with this engine. They've already ported much of their Source engine to Mac and now Linux. I just have a feeling that they are going to go ALL-IN on OpenGL this time so it is completely platform independent. I think it'll even have a Source 2 - Mobile Edition Engine for iPhones and Android devices. They want to be able to have their games/interface on all aspects of desktop and mobile computing environments. One engine to rule them all.
2. I think that they work with a partner manufacturer to release a Steam Box. They've not only created Steam Linux, but they've created a "Big Picture" button for easy viewing/navigation from the living room. They want to compete against the PS3 and the XBox. If they can create a distro and/or sell a little linux box themselves for the living room, they'll do it. There's huge potential for the living room.
3. With this push of these two huge ventures listed above, what better way to draw excitement than to release Half-Life 3, Portal 3, Counter-Strike 3, Left 4 Dead 3, and Team Fortress 3 all at the same time.
There's a reason Source has been lagging behind some of the other engines lately as well as games that should have been released a long time ago. They have huge plans in the pipeline that have me very excited, but it's taking a lot of retooling and coordinating. It's definitely not as trivial as updating the engine for DirectX 11 features.
You realize the Source Engine came out EIGHT years ago, right? It was pretty freaking awesome when it came out. They've added a few incremental updates, since then, but it's in bad need of an overhaul at this point.
Wait, and wasn't Apple wanting something like $30/phone from Samsung for rounded corners, the bounce back patents, and a couple other small ones???
$1 is laughable when compared to the importance of the phone.
If Linux is easier to use then Windows 8, then they will get some converts. Windows 8 is a disaster for desktops and that's where desktop gaming is done. Linux needs to do everything it can to put themselves in positino to pick up these people looking at alternatives. Be proactive.
Next up: An Android Powered DVR with CableCard support.
Hey I can dream, right?
Here's the house in question: http://binged.it/OqU6VF
It sold in 2005 for $1.325M
And then in 2009 for $850K to LCHG
And then for $850K in 2011 to James Eason.
It's last appraisal was $1.28M
$500K off the original price seems a little steep. The housing market didn't crash nearly that bad around here. Maybe a 20% drop but that'd be about it.
Yea, isn't he the guy that would buy a new car every month or so, so he didn't have to have a license plate, just so he could park in the handicap spots or wherever he wanted to?
If he gave this guy a deal on the house for the hell of it, it'd be the first time he ever gave away as a charity case.
absolutely agree with this. And while they're at it, get rid of the "www" default nomenclature.