What about the transparent aluminium?
Exactly! I still see "GPRS" in a lot of places, in an urban area. How about they fix their 3G first, and only then finish the 4G deployment? And postpone 5G for 20 years or so...
Meh, Eve *was* inspired by Elite (and Privateer after Elite) but not by this particular incarnation of Elite.
And by clone of Eve Online I mean a focus on online play with cutthroat pvp, not the concept of the lone trader wandering around the galaxy.
... that looked in previews like a clone of Eve: Online anyway?
Or was that Star Citizen?
Both have too much money for their own good
Nope, video games are the modern scape goat. Studying movies doesn't have a 'think of the children' factor so you'll get no funding for it.
To find out who's the youngest linux kernel developer who (to have some objective criteria) had a patch accepted into the mainstream line.
Or you know, anything else besides something based on multiple choice and memorization.
I was sure it's piracy, and they will install a new version of StarForce.
TBH, if you go near an EA or Ubisoft product, you deserve what you get. They're not even worth pirating.
History repeats itself.
Me, I'm trying to get my games from gog.com
... treat the CEOs of all mobile phone makers until they drop this stupid obsession with thinness and work on giving us decent battery life?
... if you can be bothered to reboot. I have a perfectly good Windows installation for gaming on my multi boot PC. I just can't be bothered to use it so I play whatever's available on the "other operating systems" natively and whatever works fine in Wine. At this point, I think only Witcher 3 is capable of making me reboot.
... you indenture your first born to Microsoft in exchange for using their apps.
Also, you are liable for patent fees.
We know better than you how to organize your mail.
They can keep it.
... looks like an attempt to restrict free speech from a little closer to Hungary. The current regime has serious totaliarian tendencies and this tax (which will raise internet connection prices) leaves less avenues of communication for the Hungarian citizens.
Note the prices for an internet connection; at 30 gbytes/month, this tax could double the entry level price. At the average salary in Hungary, the extra $18 will be felt.
... their software will look like a 2000 era flash app made by a 13 year old, be even slower than that and receive absolutely no updates; if there is even a minor problem with the standard, you will have to buy a new adapter to get the fix.
Norton Utilities 6.0 *was* DOS
You're saying their "enterprise products" aren't bloated, useless, fearmongering piles of crap?
Maybe that's why they're splitting, no one who has experienced the consumer products will believe that.