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Because XP in no way satisfies any of the requirements for a mobile consumer OS.
Sure, but what you fail to realize that the psychology is the entire problem! People enjoy being rewarded, they dislike being penalized. Therefore, people enjoy WoW's experience system, and dislike FFXIV's system, even if they result in the same net experience point total.
WoW has done this for all of its existence - making players feel rewarded, and minimizing penalties for death, mistakes, etc. Look where it is now.
YOUR PROPOSAL IS ACCEPTABLE
*waaaaaagh* *om nom nom*
Man, I sure love my new BobMcD suit!
What we have here is a failure to standardize on one signal, and one type of signal processor.
Fortunately, it looks like most everybody is going to make the switch to similar tech with the future jump to LTE, including most of the largest US carriers - AT&T, VZW, T-Mo, etc (Source). I'm personally very excited about the prospect of one phone working on any carrier, because they'd have two choices - lock customers down so hard they CAN'T move, or actually compete with each other like real companies.
Well, the word 'customer' does not necessarily imply that money must be spent. What the sign actually means is said person must be making use of or receiving a product or service of McDonald's. Since the free WiFi is offered by McDonald's, that would be a service offered by that company. QED, you may park.
First of all, Android doesn't use Java. It uses a subset of Java APIs, and its syntax. It's VM is called Dalvik, and does not execute Java bytecode, but is all its own.
Anyways, the VM model for Android is a fantastic idea, and I'll tell you why. Easy to develop for and hardware agnostic. This allows Android to easily do exactly what it is doing right now - taking over the mobile OS market (Ahem). Google has the muscle to ram it down carriers' throats, and they are ramming with gusto. It's a pretty damn easy sell to manufacturers too. They're offering an enterprise-quality, easily deployed mobile OS, scalable to nearly any device, FOR FREE? Also, you can modify whatever the hell you want about it. What self-respecting businessman would ignore that offer? HTC, for example, is taking huge advantage of Android's openness with its Sense UI and countless apps, widgets, and such. Sure, a VM model is certainly slower, but is it worth it? Absolutely.
Also, Google recently released a Native Development Kit for Android. So, now you can have ARM apps, hooray!
It sounds like the root flaw actually lies in your own login implementation. I guarantee that IE is capable of handling sessions. If you have a website that makes you money, you should realize a couple points: First, most of your userbase runs IE. Having the site unusable in said browser is very bad. Second, special casing code for IE is a fact of life in the web development world, and you should just get used to it.
Out of curiosity, how exactly do you verify that you are infection free without a scanner? Sure, you probably don't have anything overt, like a botnet hijack, but what about less obvious things like rootkits?
You should probably take your magical ninja virus detection powers and do some consulting for those poor bastards who run Norton....
It's a good thing we'll have all those robots to do all our work for us, then!
Not quite - IIRC, the new Battle.net has one unified account for ALL your Blizzard games. This does indeed sound like effective banning of resale.
If you think he was being serious, then you clearly DIDN'T get the joke.
People who have been blind for a long time are very good at remembering where things are. I'm willing to bet that a guy can remember which bit of food was where on his plate after having looked at it once.
Of course, this is totally irrelevant anyway. Oh no! I can't see my food while I'm eating it! THE HORROR!
OP was being facetious, guys! Just thought I'd let you know...