Maybe they should focus on having great products first. I have yet to find an ISP that is even close to great.
If there was "free market" we would not need net neutrality. There would be competition if I don't like one ISP's policies I have 10 other low latency, high bandwidth, reliable, with unrestricted services to choice to chose from. In truth most of the country is lucky if they have one choice that is not limited in one of those requirements. I had to load balance the two main ISP in my area to get something close to being an internet connection. What I can get has barely changed in 15 years. So 20 years without net neutrality has gotten us nowhere.
Don't forget live sound, speakers at 5 to 30 thousand each, and you only need 50 of them, two dozen subs, road cases, miles of cables, microphones, wireless, distress, console, and a few semi trucks.
10 years ago 1 out of 5 developers worked on things that talked to each other, via IP we just didn't have a buzz word for it. Most new buildings in the last 5 years the network segment for the "things" is larger then the network segment for people.
It is good to see an article for once use the correct terms. UHD is a consumer format. When you ask for 4k don't be shocked when price has an extra 0 added to it. UHD screen $2000, 4k screen if you are lucky $20,000.
Well after adding the cost of my labor I ended up with a raspberry pi.
What does the EPA have to do with lack of rainfall?
What would a new analog technology be? Current digital recording has far greater resolution the the analog signals you are recording. They only stopped developing analog recorders about 25 years ago. Studer sold their last A827.
Some people people just love the distortions that vinyl produces. Low resolution, poor phase linearity, low frequency summed to mono, large amount of equalization for pre-emphasis and post-emphasis (40dB). Multi-band compression. High level of crosstalk between channels. It is close to a miracle the format works at all. It takes huge amounts of effort to get a respectable master cut. In the peak of vinyl production during the early 80's the efforts engineers put into getting good sounding vinyl was insane. Nobody is doing it to that level anymore.
I can tell you there has never been a vinyl master cut that sounds like the the original recording. Vinyl is a lossy, compressed, distorted format that some people like the sound of.
I have not had a vinyl master cut in years but they never came even close to the original. Analog tape never reproduced what you put into either.
Have your touchscreen device in your pocket, start a song, find a song, go back in a song, forward in a song, change the volume, skip a song, cue, pause all without looking at it. Even with uncompressed audio it holds hundreds of songs.
That and isn't circumventing DMR illegal. Or since REAL is/was a company it ok.
Did they use Sony's own software on them. If the hackers are caught will they fine them $7.50
I though the real race was to be the first company get their phone back up to the size of the analog Motorola bricks with a bonus for a 12" whip antenna.
I'm telling the him places that will provide the service that meets his requirements. They transfer between many types of mediums, film to video, video to film, analog to digital, one video format to another.