Sorry, misspelled Magnuson-Moss Act. And to further clarify you can only mod so far... i.e. supe up your engine too much and your tranny breaks, you're out of luck. But you can do some go-faster mods with little to no worries.
I'm assuming you're not in the US? Here we can modify our cars to our heart's content, as long as those modifications are not the cause of the item to be repaired under warranty they cannot count against you and the warranty must be honored. It's called the Magnusson-Moss Act.
regardless, it does not put the consumer out any more money, and if they refund it the consumer gets more cash back on top of the movie than if they had paid interest.
Well if they get their $35 back and buy a digital copy, they will have the movie and cash in hand left over, which is more than they'd have gotten if they just took what WB offered.
I'm sure Monster will still sell a new 2.0 cable at a slightly higher cost when this starts getting popular.
The appeal is having a dedicated low power, small box to just push media to your home theatre that can be controlled via remote, instead of moving around windows between displays and having to worry about your other activities interfering with your movie watching, etc.
Can't wait til the OpenElec final is released
I love how I can have all my contact info (or anything to help get my phone back to me) scrolling across the screen when the lock is active in Ice Cream Sandwich. Best of both worlds.
Yes, I am also intrigued as well, too.
outside at the drive-up ATM? this is maddening! I have 3 ATMs at my local BoA and I try to wait for the next one to become available, but most times I'm forced to pick one at random (of course the slowest) because some asshat behind me lays into his horn until I do
TFA states he was in the car crash in 1983... if he was in this state for 23 years why are we just hearing about this now?