If you have a way to make IPv6 palatable, the world is awaiting you.
UPnP is lazy.
You can use WIRELESS xbox controllers with the same ease on Android as the wired xbox controllers.
Moto E and G are where the ground floor for usable Android starts. You dont need a flagship.
Time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time.
Modern UI sucks on the Venue 8 pro as well. The main problem is that desktop apps dont talk to metro apps. So clicking OneNote in desktop is different than clicking OneNote on Metro. They act as if they are 2 separate apps glued together by OneDrive. ON a single system that is plain retarded. Metro is pointless and uselss. Even on the 8" screen i would rather deal with KNOWN desktop apps with the pen than shitty metro apps with my finger..
I bought my Dell Venue 8 Pro for one reason only, to act as a shim when i get roadblocked by something 'on mobile'. Its a full x86 machine that presents as a regular computer to the web. If not for that i would have NEVER bought it.
Thats why we need to play hardball and explain to Verizon that if they dont stop we are going to going to revoke their right-of-way.
Impose quotas and QoS. Establish your nerd dominance.
Local compression is faster than the internet is most places. Compress 10:1 or 8:1 and transmit. I get what you are saying, but there are many ways to skin that cat that dont rely on pure brute bandwidth.
You are oversimplifying. In tech we reach plateaus of 'good enough' for the time and resources involved.
All that needs to be done is for Congress to repeal their protectionist law on the subject. We are in this mess because of case law from the 70s.
The whole problem is Congress passed protectionist legislation when this was brought up in the 70s. This protectionist legislation is what stopped Aereo, not actual logical law.
Do you blame us for not accepting Microsoft's 'me too' handsets? There is very little that is compelling on the windows phone platform compared to the competition .
Moto E is $129 and worth using. I have the Moto G and its UTTERLY fantastic for its price ($219 unlocked 4G LTE).