And no replacement for Bluray is ever coming- physical disks are over.
Where does that leave rural customers who can't get cable, fiber, or even the higher tiers of DSL?
A website should use as much space as it is given.
A column of text can't get bigger than a specific width without becoming hard to read. What should the web site put in the rest of the space? A pile of ad banners? It's like maximizing a file browser window showing a folder with three files in it. What should be shown in the rest of the window?
there is a central planning sky fairy that's responsible for restrictive Silicon Valley zoning regulations
So why don't 51 percent of people vote in a different "central planning sky fairy"?
So suck it up cupcake, and move to someplace that's more affordable.
So what place is both A. more affordable and B. hiring in one's field? Or should one have to retrain and move?
This means the phone will run Google's apps and services... Who would want that?
Anybody who wants to run an Android application whose publisher has chosen not to make it available through Amazon or as an APK on the publisher's own web site.
Why the flying fuck is all the content packed into a 500px box?
To minimize line transition errors (skipping or rereading a line), it's best to make body text columns no wider than about 80 characters. In CSS, that's about 30em to 40em, and with the default 16px font, 500px is about 31em.
Fully 2/3rds the width of my screen is completely and utterly unused. Even on my secondary 1600x900 monitor, it's wasting half the screen on a grey background.
Try unmaximizing your browser window and resizing it to half the width of your screen. There's a reason that Windows is plural (except for Window 8). If you let us know what desktop operating system you're using (and, in the case of X11/Linux, what window manager), I can give detailed instructions.
If the value you provide is entirely locked up in your IP - and not in your customer service and skills, eventually someone is going to come along with a cheaper or free version of your IP.
And if you're The Tetris Company, you go ahead and successfully sue that someone. Tetris v. Xio.