The ipad is overpriced, which was easy to get away with when there was no competition. Now that there's competition, apple continues to fail in the pricing game. Android will continue to eat Apple's lunch until they wake up and realize that trying to maintain this luxury image will kill them.
...and yet that doesn't hurt their sales.
You're placing way to much emphasis on what credibility you think they have, and what your opinion is worth.
Except then you have to deal with the fact that every other keygen and crack contains malware and keyloggers.
Except in this era of increasing server-side reliance, game piracy is becoming less of an issue. It will eventually get to the point where you're not actually buying the game, you're buying an account with which you can then play the game. Since the majority of people don't think twice about needing to be always connected this trend will only continue.
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Except he was really an asshole who couldn't appreciate what was done for him. Fuck that guy.
"Reportedly hated working on Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) so much, Guinness claims that Obi-Wan's death was his idea as a means to limit his involvement in the film. Guinness also claims to throw away all Star Wars related fan mail without even opening it."
This is not teleporting, any more than getting a hard copy of your word document out of the laser printer is teleporting. Teleportation of physical objects implies that something is deconstructed on one end, and then reconstructed in the same state as when it left using the same matter.
..or search. I find launching applications via search (which often matches what I'm after in 2 - 3 keystrokes) is far faster than navigating a start menu.
Yes, I have a razer mamba which I use regularly. I can use it in both a wired and wireless mode and it works great. Orientation is not hard to manage, and it comes with a charge stand which doubles as a receiver or you can plug a USB cable directly in to it.
The pros are obvious. You're not dragging a cable, which means you're not stressing a cable. Which means one less thing it break, and more fluid mouse operation.
What, is this apple support? "You're holding it wrong!"
I've been using mice for 20 years, I've broken several through wear and tear. Yes, expensive mice as well as the cheap ones. They all die eventually. Just because it hasn't happened to you does not mean it doesn't happen.
People who term their items as "unbreakable" are usually the first to get broken because it's like issuing a challenge to people. Nothing is unbreakable.
Why? Well, a couple of reasons. First, if you're like me, your hand will be on the mouse a lot causing it to be warm. Second, mice get abused and break too easily.
If you don't like it, don't watch it. It's as simple as that. I don't understand the "I hate it so it must be purged from the Universe" mentality.
Star Trek Continues is surprisingly good, IF and only IF you happen to like the old-school filming and storytelling style employed by the original Star Trek. It's an amazingly faithful recreation which deserves a lot of props for hitting the mark so carefully.