It is GPL so they really couldn't sell it to anyone anyways. They could I suppose but it would be meaningless and a foolish move on anyone who would shell out the money for it.
Exactly. I can notice the difference between 1080p and 4k, but said difference is so small that I'm not about to buy a new 60" TV and the coming HD-Bluray yet. Hell, people are just now really starting to even buy standard BluRay. I really doubt this will take off anytime soon. When it does and it makes sense then I'll upgrade. Right now 1080p on my 60" is a fantastic experience that I don't see being worth money to 'upgrade'.
If someone takes out their phone and starts to record you having dinner with a friend would you be upset? At least you'd know about it.
You stand up and walk around for a few minutes once every 45 minutes to an hour, that's what you do.
I guess it's a YMMV thing. I won't call them terrible, and obviously they put a lot of work into them, but I just can't watch them. I've tried. I haven't been able to make it more than ten minutes.
Only in their own minds, really. The only ones who are really 'stars' are the ones that land gigs other than YouTube using the latter as a springboard.
Eww...that makes Bieber a YOUTUBE STAR!!!
The police aren't even involved in copyright cases.
Right, because the average consumer wants to look even dorkier than having glasses with an obvious camera on them. They definitely want one with a cable running down to a fanny pack battery.
Which is why you shouldn't say a word until you consult with an attorney.
There is no such thing as Comcast-Time Warner yet. It's still a proposed merger and may or may not even get approval.
One of the threats they are investigating was a threat to shoot up a school. If you don't think that's worthy of investigation and ultimately punishment (terroristic threats are a crime, you know) then you need a reality check.
Bullshit. Willfully ignoring the law is a crime and should be treated as such. They are obstructing justice and destroying evidence in most of these cases. Those are crimes. At the very least they are in contempt of court.
Nobody forces you to use gmail or Facebook though. To you they are a free 'service' but they really aren't a service to you. That's just the carrot. You are the product they sell. Don't want them to have any information about you? Don't use them. I don't use Facebook for that very reason, and I use my gmail for innocuous things and as my spam catcher account. My choices.
Want your email to be as private as possible? Stand up your own server or use a paid service that you think you can trust. Don't want Facebook using any data it collects on you? Great, me either! So don't use it.
I already do all of my banking from a VM that *only* does my banking.
That whooshing sound you heard was not a comet passing over your head, it was the joke.