Of course it did. In the classic game shows Tic Tac Dough and Hollywood Squares, two contestants whose emblems are "circle" and "X" are fighting to place their respective emblems in a grid of 3x3 squares. So how many episodes of these series are available through torrents?
the last time I checked, [GIMP] still lacked the support for color matching that would make it viable for creating images that were print-ready.
Have the patents on practical methods of color matching expired yet? If not, then it's impossible for free software to support proper color matching.
Dell would be stupid to put Ubuntu on touchscreens. For those, they should use Android itself.
Window management in Android OS is designed to display a single application maximized. This works for 4 to 8 inch screens of phones and tablets, not so much for 13 inch or larger screens of laptops, where people expect to view applications side by side. Change this behavior and your customers will lose access to Google Play Store.
and me being in the UK probably means it'll either not appear on the UK dell site or be a dollar to pound conversion
Currently 1 GBP is worth about 1.50 USD. Sales tax is much higher in the UK and other EU countries than in the US, and included in the sticker price in the UK and other EU countries unlike in the US. This accounts for about 0.30 USD of the difference. The other 0.20 USD, if any, is probably shipping from North America and the increased warranty requirements of the EU.
If Exede is as crap as you say it is, what would you recommend instead of Comcast for people who are not currently in a situation to be able to move to an area served by FiOS?
If you cut the Comcast cord, then you're on Exede satellite with its 10 GB/mo quota.
What is a smartphone if not a PDA with a cellular radio?
If in the ideal world of the apple hater, I wonder what version of DOS we would be using on our Blackberry's?
If "all apps are web apps" were actually the vision of Mr. Jobs, then Safari would have had photo/video uploads before iOS 6 and WebGL before iOS 8. Firefox OS looks like a far more earnest implementation of this vision.
But in any case, if you don't use the major search engines, or log into Google services, you have the same freedom from Google tracking on Apple or Android.
Until you hit a web page with a +1 button, Google AdSense unit, or Google Analytics unit.
iPhone 4s was a $600 phone. Now you can get a much better device for under $50.
A $50 phone doesn't help if the current versions of applications don't run well on a $50 phone. Sure, applications from roughly the iPhone 4s era would have run well, but these applications have since been replaced with newer versions that expect beefier hardware to be available. (See Wirth's law.)
Some companies are small enough that the programmer is expected to make a substantial contribution to the design of a graphical user interface. When programmers have occasional GUI design duties, I don't see how a blind person is likely to have the qualifications.
Something happened since then, HR departments became the risk management department, and the risks they take are exactly "zero".
Including the risk of being seen as violating the Americans with Disabilities Act or other applicable law?
On what date between then and now did it change from not true to true?
And if a game is exclusive on another platform doesn't that mean it's not on Microsoft's.
I had trouble understanding what you meant by this because the question-inverted word order doesn't appear to match the lack of a question mark. Did you mean "that doesn't mean..." or "doesn't that mean...?" So I'll try to reply to both interpretations:
Does being initially exclusive to Microsoft's platform (Windows) disqualify a game for a later release on Microsoft's other platform (Xbox One) once the game's developer eventually qualifies for the ID@Xbox program? If so, why should it?
The 1987 video game Contra by Konami was originally exclusive to a non-Microsoft arcade platform. In 1988 it was ported to the Nintendo Entertainment System, another non-Microsoft platform. Yet it got a port to Xbox Live Arcade on Xbox 360 in 2006. Did it get a pass because of the 1989 port to MSX2, a Japanese platform that shipped with Microsoft BASIC?