The have shown TIE fighters in the atmosphere on Star Wars: Rebels, which is canon.
Light saber technology is not the best example, since that is a Jedi weapon and the Jedi are all but extinct during this period.
The Death Star is an impressive example of technology that did not exist in the first episodes.
Unlike most media companies, Disney takes the long view of merchandising. Anyone was can make a movie that sells merchandising for a year or so, but Disney knows that for a movie to be able to keep selling merchandise for 70+ years, like Snow White has, the movie has to have a very appealing and timeless story to it. The original trilogy has that long term appeal. That is something Disney is going to try to recapture.
Because he is booting from a LiveUSB, it gets a completely refreshed system every time he boots and the defaults are restored. It's probably not easy to change the default on the LiveUSB, especially since he, no doubt, is always optimistic he is just about to fix his main system.
Looks more like Star Trek style architecture with is curved and clean look then Star Wars style. It even had a saucer section on top.
"I've always paid my way."
You haven't paid for the impact of your greenhouse gas emissions.
I had the impression when I read 1984 that the cameras where a relatively minor annoyance compared to other things, like manipulating language, undermining all interpersonal relationships and the rats eating your face.
Ontario is also on the process in eliminating its coal fire plants. Here is the result: https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
An even better example is the Super Mario Bros. movie.
It is 54% that live in urban areas that create the "world as we know it". Many of the rural population are little more then subsistence farmers.
Show written by and for an Americans but filmed here may contribute to the Canadian economy, but they do little for Canadian culture.
I suspect they just want to know how many customers they have, not specifically who they are.
One of the CRTC jobs is to ensure Canadian TV content gets created and we are not stuck with 100% American programming and Canadian culture disappears entirely. If everyone starts watching all their TV on Netflex and similar services, Canadian TV could all but disappear. Most counties other then US have systems to ensure domestic content is produced, but Canada is so close to the US, the pressure far greater.
Movies aren't subject to regulation and Canadian made movies are barely seen in cinemas (and the few that are tend to be based on Canadian TVs shows).
The smartwatch I had was adequate for a calender and shopping list, and newer ones would have a higher resolution.