That's not fair
... many of us know a technological bubble when we see one.
Well, the Affordable Healthcare Act insurance plans aren't effective until Jan 1, 2014. And there's nothing in the AHA that prevents a policy from having a cheap co-pay. You're either a troll or you blame the AHA for your insurance company using the AHA as an excuse to put the screws to you.
Unfortunately, whining about the spanking, AFTER having done the deed, is a non-starter.
If you're holding a phone in one hand while driving you certainly don't have both hands on the steering wheel and can't respond as well to an emergency as if you did. If you're holding it in your hand what ARE you doing with it? Cuddling it? You say holding the phone doesn't present even the slightest danger, and you're wrong. You just had your day in court and lost. How do you arrive at the conclusion that holding a cell phone or any other electronic gadget while operating a 4000 lb (1850 Kg) vehicle on a public thoroughfare was a 'human right".
And we're still getting more than we paid for.
When I searched the Apple support communities for BSoD and even just "blue" I find issues dating all the way back to 2008 across all Apple products and OSs, but no cascade of BSoD reports recently. I've been using the iWorks suite on my iPhone for weeks and no BSoD yet. I feel deprived lol.
Innovation dies when only those ideas, products, projects and initiatives which marketing departments identify as immediately exploitable for economic gain are considered.
Times are hard for companies with the innovative elan of a rock.
... the research was flawed and the data either incomplete or the analysis skewed. One study does not measure much of anything except a snapshot of one instance in time on one test. But that's social pseudo-science for you.
That's what I want, to sell to all the non-USA people who think the USA is the only one doing this kind of surveillance. Count the number of countries on the planet and you have the number of governments doing this. Since forever in one form or another.
There's nothing to wonder about; ads on websites only make sense to the companies that sell them.
It's impossible to accurately predict climate change just like it's impossible to predict, with any degree of accuracy, specifics about next year's weather. We know, in generalities, how the weather will be next year, but we have no certainty as to specifics of details for any given day or week. We also know, with even less certainty, some generalities about how the climate will shift over the next 100 years. What we do know, with absolute certainty, is that scientists will exploit any opportunity to use the media to drum up funding opportunities.
A) no one knows how many 5C's were sold because that data hasn't been released, and B) No one knows anything about cannibalization because numbers aren't out on the 5C and the 5S hasn't been released yet. Your hater skillz need work.
No one will ever need more than 512k of RAM
... no one will ever want to carry around a wireless phone ... 3D TV's are going to take over the marketplace ... vinyl albums, no wait 8-tracks, no wait cassettes, no wait CDs, no wait mp3's are the final medium for entertainment.