How can you trust the internet? It keeps telling me it will make my penis bigger yet has failed to deliver.
Carbon dioxide, however, is the single biggest contributor to the temperature on earth there is
. Strange, I thought it was the Sun.
Google is working on software to complete with Apple's CarPlay
I'm sure glad they're working together.
I'm glad I live in a large-sized town. I don't want to be consumed.
Of course there are a few here or there. The point I was trying to make was that the titles that are available cross-platform usually don't run as well on Linux as their windows counterpart due to the drivers.
Companies don't put the money into better driver development for Linux because the user base isn't there.
This seems to always have been a "Chicken of the Egg" problem for Linux.
We want major game titles to run on Linux, but vendors won't port because there isn't a large enough Linux user base; There isn't a large Linux user base because the quality of what is there is often inferior (dues to running in wine, bad/neglected drivers, etc) to Windows.
Did you show up to your interview with your hair blue and spikey and displaying your tattoos? I'm going to go out on a limb and say you probably combed your hair and covered the tattoos.
Queue the scores of responses claiming to "never have had a problem" with .
Then after all of that we'll finally get to move on to the next big thing that was purposed twenty years ago.
Look at the bright side.... We've delayed the IPv6 apocalypse by twenty years.
Now I have to avoid you at the grocery store for fear of being in line behind you while you write a check.
I think your sarcasm detector needs adjustment.
I really don't see why they just don't abandon the whole "watch video in your web browser" scenario
Because apps made for the browser are multi-platform. duh.
has signed up only 12 percent of the 2.6 million families eligible for the service since it was launched
Perhaps only 12% of those 2.6 million want internet service? I know it's unthinkable to be without broadband but there are people that don't want it. Why the crusade to get to 100%?
it's great for quick and dirty prototyping
I've heard this for nearly every interpreted language. The only problem is: that quick and dirty prototype almost always winds up being the production codebase.
Yes, you can: