No but apparently to properly use FOSS, you need to "donate" at least $100,000
It's not your browser cache...
Just google "Motorola Sues" all the links won the first few pages is google suing people. Several of these are in the past few months. Google is suing people all over the place.
Here is Google suing Apple in August: http://www.forbes.com/sites/timworstall/2012/08/21/and-now-google-sues-apple/
Here is Motorola Suing Apple in September: http://gadgets.ndtv.com/mobiles/news/googles-motorola-mobility-sues-to-reopen-apple-mobile-patent-lawsuit-417692
Google has filed at least as many patent lawsuits as Apple and a lot more than Rockstar.
Motorola sues someone new every day. They are one of the most offensive users of patents in the world. Your high on Google's BS.
keep telling yourself that. It has been true for 10 years, but keep telling yourself that.
It would be a lot more believable if Google did not belong to several similar consortiums. The ownsers are all practicing entities, I doubt the new law would apply.
Whats wrong with Firewire? It was a lot better than USB and widely supported. In fact, in many areas it had much better support than USB2. (Was always better supported than USB1).
No you couldn't have. Why did you feel the need to lie on
You need to look a lot closer at the specs...
The GPU difference with Premiere stems from Adobe's mistaken focus on CUDA over OpenCL. They have since stated they working to remedy the problem.
I am going out on a limb and saying you did not read even one of the reviews. Stay safe in your bubble of ignorance.
Link one then. Seriously. You can't do it. You can't even come close.
Except all of the peripherals are already rack mounted, that was the point...
We can assume you don't do any pro video work (In the field or in the studio). In the new one you pull out your case, plug the single thunderbolt cable into the back and call it a day.. Several companies already make portable racks preconfigured with the thunderbolt cable and everything.