And it was never said or implied.
That's not what he said.
I would be happy if it just ran Half-Life 3...
The battery is not soldered in in the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7.
But maybe not the recipient's account.
Is that really so simple? Does selling a company (with paying customers) free me of all my contractual obligations to these customers? If Apple sold iTunes to Google, Google would be free to shut everything down in 5 months, killing everyone's music collections??
Their customers should have sued them for everything they got in that deal...
Apple could shut down everything, without prior notice. And it wouldn't be a violation of its contractual obligations, since the users agreed to it (the TOS).
The Awesome bar is the one feature from firefox that I cannot live without. It always seems to find the site I want in 1 or 2 keystrokes. I completely stopped using bookmarks .
The original Ferris Wheel had a height of 264 ft.
Maybe a Blackberry?
Well. Microsoft Research has done publications on code debugging...
...to shed light?
The 2s and 3s must also be filtered out to have a pure digital signal.
Well, there's a 2000 years old example...
Just signed up for a free trial to test it... Yeah it's blurry, but on a shitty DSL connection, the latency was better than I expected.
But it probably won't go anywhere.
You should take a look at onlive.com It's exactly that kind of "cloud" gaming, and it exists right now.