chances are your company has SQL or Cognos or Oracle or something similar and will have that functionality
that's how a lot of geeks think
don't get an apple tv or roku or something simple, build a home PC, connect to TV and make up complicated instructions to do something simple like watch a movie or netflix
US defense industry was big in california from WW2 through the end of the cold war. Lockheed had lots of smart engineers building stealth aircraft at their Skunkworks there. the US space program was the original buyer for CPU's and all kinds of tech that we use today
after the cold war ended these engineers went to work for private industry
I hear California has some huge R&D tax breaks all the libertarians love.
what about that huge battery? Tesla's weigh more than similar gasoline sized cars because of the battery
run games on a PC that I play on IOS or Android and not run down my battery or use too much data or sometimes they are pretty good games
when you grow up you will realize that life is better not being plugged in all the time
unless you use it for work where a text message is a lot of money/revenue/sales i don't care if i don't see a text the second it comes in because i don't care to be plugged into the borg collective 24 hours a day. if my wife texts me while i'm driving i'll answer her when i get a chance to stop.
Except MS still makes a lot of money. Amazon does not. Same with Google, their earnings went up something like 20% year over year.
i got rid of my prime because it's $99. the new kindle subscription service is crappola. best buy and other B&M stores have deals as well where i can stop by after work. sometimes it's nice to take a walk during lunch time
i hardly buy anything from amazon any more
without the NEXT charges my bill is around $220 for 6 lines on the account. google would be $120 plus the data plus being limited to one choice of phone
and magic fairies to pull it all the way
that's $2 TRILLION for NYC to LA if you extrapolate the costs. and it would still be half the speed of your average airliner
small chance all three will go out of business and be hacked to the point where all the data is wiped. if that is even possible to wipe all of their data
if you are really paranoid burn a yearly DVD or some other media and pay for a box at a bank
in america we are expected to shower daily