Because skilled directors and camera operators have learned in the last 100 years of movie making history which kind of camera movements work, and painstakingly avoid those which don't work with low framerates.
I think it's only fitting, keeping in mind, that in the old Amiga/Atari days, booting directly into your games was an absolutely normal thing to do - hardware resources were scarce, and the last thing you wanted was sharing RAM and precious CPU cycles with an OS running in the background.
You could as well ask "how to deliver a vinyl record online while avoiding piracy". The answer is simple: If you want your business to survive, you don't. You should rather develop a new product that actually makes sense on the medium you are about to move your business to.
"Aren't they also losing money by working with inefficient, outdated systems?"
No, they're not, because these days, newer versions of a software are commonly less efficient than the old version.
Oh, is the Oculus Groinal Attachment finally out of closed beta?
In fact it has been on the market for almost three years now: http://www.realtouchinteractive.com/
And yes, there are open source drivers. Here's the git repo. https://github.com/qdot/librealtouch
Now go, and make some awesome 3D haptic VR porn
Have a look at SOGo. Comes with native Outlook and active directory support, can use any IMAP/smtp server as backend, supports funambol for mobile device support, has a pretty slick web interface
Postal services around the world have been delivering anonymous mail for centuries, and never has any of them ever been made responsible for the content of anonymous letters.
But somehow, in the digital world, everyone wants the messenger shot, comparing a bunch of ones and zeroes with drugs and bombs as if bits could kill.
Reality check, pretty please?
Ceiling Clippy is watching you masturbate!
"Our future work with Flash on mobile devices will be focused on enabling Flash developers to package native apps with Adobe AIR for all the major app stores. We will no longer adapt Flash Player for mobile devices to new browser, OS version or device configurations. Some of our source code licensees may opt to continue working on and releasing their own implementations. We will continue to support the current Android and PlayBook configurations with critical bug fixes and security updates."
Maybe Steve Jobs was right on this one."
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I can imagine a future screen-less phone that's just a stick with a speaker, mic, and button
Congratulations, you have just invented the iPhone Shuffle(tm)!
... why he slams Android is that it does not ship with REVERSI.
... very entertaining propaganda movie
The police will LOVE this!