... as easily as the current microUSB connector?
And this is one of the reasons I'll get my PS4 next summer at the earliest.
The other being that there are fuck all games to play on it at the moment.
Subject says it all.
All games will disappear when the publisher pulls the plug on the server, not only the ones from EA.
How about worrying about the future of some innovative games people actually care about?
On further reading, apparently not. All "modern" 3d shooters are the same...
Actually they don't have a huge catalogue, since it will supposedly run Linux.
Unless they'll provide a lot of games prepackaged with a version of Wine customized to run like lightning on their hardware... hmm...
... why explore space at all? Even robots aren't cost effective, are they?
What ever happened to "because it's there"?
Been a KDE user for a loong while, but that's not what I'm posting about.
As a programmer, i'd very much rather write an application for Qt than for GTK. Qt (at least until version 4) was much easier to work with, not to mention much more cross platform than the GTK ports.
I'm probably not the only one who feels that way.
But they're probably a bit right. I contract, 80% of my work is Android software, the rest is command line Linux. No one wants me to build a desktop app for them, although they see the desktop programming experience from a few years ago.
The only person that could write a sequel died in 1982. This will automatically be a steaming pile of shit.
If you need/want 3D performance you should still get a discrete video card.
Agreed. There's no point in looking at anything but NVidia with their proprietary drivers if you want 3D performance and stability on Linux.
That would make an xbox worth buying? I didn't notice one in the previous generation...
Monsanto wants more money. Let them plant seeds in *one* plot, then they'll sue all the crops in the EU for royalties...
As another imperialist pig who's not a native English speaker (Romanian in this case), I strongly recommend getting her used to the English keywords.
An important part of learning programming is going through documentation on your own, and most documentation worth a damn is in English.
Mind, i first started with machine code/assembly language when i was 10-ish, and that has no connection with any language known by humans