An anonymous reader writes "Canipre, a Montreal-based intellectual property rights enforcement firm, has admitted that it is behind the Voltage file sharing lawsuits involving TekSavvy in what is described as a 'speculative invoicing' scheme. Often referred to as copyright trolling, speculative invoicing involves sending hundreds or thousands of demand letters alleging copyright infringement and seeking thousands of dollars in compensation. Those cases rarely — if ever — go to court as the intent is simply to scare enough people into settling in order to generate a profit. The Canipre admission is important because it is consistent with arguments that the case involves copyright trolling and that the Canadian Federal Court should not support the scheme by ordering the disclosure of subscriber contact information."
Wine, bringing windows viruses to Android. Cheers guys.
In the video there looks like a rack of pointy sticks. Now, whats the chances of a bored person finding a blowup domb to fling one at? As for security, looks about as secure as a Microsoft OS.
So its 100 dollars. Thats not cheap anymore. The Raspbery Pi has less memory and a slower processor and can play 1080p just fine, but your making a deal of the fact this will play HD. Theres a bunch of quad core tablets on the way with obviously the extra cost to the manufacturer of a touch screen etc, for around 100 dollars. And as discussed in orher threads, Ubuntu has become malware or even spyware. So what market is this going for exactly.
The amount of money these companies must spend on giving free mapping apps amazes me. If Microsoft had been the only player, we'd be paying mega-bucks for it. But I'm frustrated with the navigation app on my Android phone. The round-about icon always shows the same icon, i.e. turning right, unlike a Tomtom where the icon shows the direction of exit. And the arrows on the motorways are only a few shades of blue different from the motorway it's self, sometimes making it really difficult to see. Plus having a GPS connection and Data connection at the same time really sucks the battery dry really fast (the phones get really HOT when running these apps).