So you really do believe 64MB if flash is all they could technically fit? And you'll use that as evidence that the device is inferior? Would you also say a 2.0l Mazda is inferior to a V8 corvette because it doesn't have nearly the same 0-60 time? Or would you instead concede that the designers understood the performance difference but used that specific engine for a specific reason.
Or they loaded up a bunch of public domain titles, instead of spending tax payer money on titles that they had no idea would appeal to any of the readers.
I'm sure the military is capable enough to put more than 64MB of memory on a device.
Those aren't "traditional" e-readers in the sense of having an eInk display. Both are LCD based tablets with Android.
Wonder how this will be enforced when a page might consider a first and last name only, and there are many people with the same combination. Now Google will have to be the arbiter of whether a request is legitimate, and not being made by someone unconnected, but simply having the same name.
Hold on there, that would be getting to the root of the problem. That makes way too much sense.
Does Lexis-Nexis get sued because they index libelous articles?
Except thatprobably 99.999% of drivers in NYC were not born anywhere near North America, and many barely speak the language.
Wow, finally a logical and intelligent comment in a sea of "horse buggy" detractors.
I think it was the same issue with black limousines in NYC being forbidden from picking people up curb-side. Getting a yellow cab medallion is a long process and costs a fortune. Those things are sought after. Getting a black limo on the road is much cheaper and less regulated. Why would you spend $10k for a medallion when anyone with a Crown Victoria painted black can pick people from under your nose, without any of the fees?
I think the Windows tablets and phones will get a good share of users, so it makes sense to release this. I have an iPad Retina and would take a Win tablet over it no hesitation, mainly for the ability to split the screen, an SD slot with no dongles, and a USB port. So much more extensible than the iPad.
Do RT users matter? Everything is going to mobile and tablets, so yea, it does matter if you're in the business/hobby of making apps for people to use.
I have an iPad, would swap it for a Windows tablet without a second thought. But I would like the assurance that I could play any format I wanted to, which I'd get from VLC. Historically, appliances and tablets (PS, Xbox, iPad, iPod) will either limit your format options, or not stay up to date on new ones. So having VLC there is great, I think.
What about that guy that bought $27 worth of bitcoins which now are worth $800,000. Man. But no, I don't really follow them.
And you think that's what drives gold's price? It isn't the selling of an idea to everyone that it is precious, and should be worn around the neck?
Don't "regular" currencies have stories written about them 6 days a week in the Wall Street Journal and the Business section of the New York Times?
As if you would have continued renting physical disks with Netflix around...
I wouldn't call "making of" BS. That's often as good as the actual movie if you're actually interested in how people accomplish great things.