otherwise its a waste of desktop space and documents wont fit in my ever expanding VERTICAL line...
"OMG I HAS BLACK BARS!" Really? is that really such a problem?
Seems this is what MS spends their time doing these days
Or should I post the "brace yourself you haven't spent enough time with the OS meme"
Seriously the underlying OS changes are rock solid and great for the user and are sadly lost in the discussion over a GUI that should rightfully be reserved for tablets or convertible laptops.
Just because it's patented doesn't mean it will ever see the light of day in a working product.
Verizon realizes this is a public relations nightmare and that the backlash would be so ridiculous it would cave their corporate head quarters phone system, along with calls to Senate and House hearings and the CEO's head.
So stand down people we are not on some slippery slope here. If and only if they actually submit a product for testing, should anyone get worked up by this.
due to market conditions and lack of infrastructure.
This will never see the light of day in the average home for 10+ years if not longer. People and broadcasters are still upgrading to 740p and 1080p(i) what makes anyone think this will come of anything?
Will John Q drop obscene money on televisions that will need to be the size of a wall to reveal all this new resolution and color palette? Sadly more than likely no one will care save for a few videophiles.
The local FBI, Police, NSA,
1000 pains = 1 Megahertz