It looked good, until they were no longer able to not show faces.
Even some 10 year old cars are very tightly integrated.
AM is hardly a pleasant thing to listen to.
You're missing the point.
The point is that rushed first-gen devices with a long list of crippling "features" is Apple SOP.
You mean like the iPhone supported the vast majority of smartphone features when it was released, like native applications beyond what's bundled, MMS, video recording, 3G, Copy/Paste/Cut functionality, multitasking...
Oh, wait, that was a rushed piece of shit as well.
Kinect 2 has wider-angle lenses than Kinect 1, so there's not as much of a need for different optics.
Since there never was any announcement that Kinect 2 for Windows was somehow optimized, the logical default is that they are the same.
It is number 3. They've had the adapter for a long time. They're just not packaging the same thing (with a different logo on the front) in two slightly different ways now.
I read it as Superman 64, which is only normal, since the title should be "Super Mario 64
Of course, why anyone would recreate Superman 64 in a modern engine is beyond me (and the rest of humanity, so far).
Why worry about stockpiling nukes when you can just build them quickly if push comes to shove? They've got the know-how and plenty of nuclear material.
Sure, blame the victim.
Funny how a bunch of drunken retards get a pass for shooting down an airliner they thought was a military transport plane that posed no immediate danger AND covering it up at the same time you condemn the stressed-out/paranoid crew of a warship that felt threatened (even though there was no threat) by an airliner they thought was a fighter aircraft where there was no attempt at a cover up.
Eliminating the need for a protracted ground war sounds like a very good military reason.
The ethics are open to debate, but it's nonsensical to claim there was no reason.
The whole concept is patently stupid.
Anti-nuclear paranoia in a nutshell.
WPS never really worked well, with ultra-crummy driver support on the device end.
Disabling WPS-PIN really is no loss.
If it's "too meta", it's not well-done.
The solution is simple. Throw out studies that sound "too meta".