Or you could, I dunno, release the whole fucking game all at once.
Given that Audi and Volkswagen (that's wagen, with an E) are the same company, it's not surprising that they're sharing the technology behind this.
Not only that, but it links you to some cheesy Sorority Life application on Facebook.
Definitely pick up at least the first book. I was hooked after that one and had to finish the whole thing.
The fifth book was my favorite of the whole series.
Nah, this effort was perfect. The people who don't get it are just dense.
Did the miss the section of the site that says Google is looking for communities between 50,000 and 500,000 people? I'm pretty sure Pittsburgh and Seattle might be a bit larger than that.
If you saw any of the video conference (live blog at http://www.engadget.com/2009/12/07/fusion-garage-crunchpad-video-conference-liveblog/), that dude even looks like a scheister.
Wait, they put out a call on YouTube and they expected anything other than this as a response? It's *YouTube*, wtf did they expect? Have they never read the comments section on any random video on the site?
Of course, you still won't be allowed to use your iPhone as a modem (yes, I know it's possible, just not approved by AT&T).
Isn't this extremely old news? Companies have been making BPA-free plastic bottles now for a long long time, including baby bottles.
The person who wrote this article has clearly never used a Logitech Harmony remote. Best remote I've ever owned.
That article was painful to read. Don't people proofread things anymore?
So much for those arguments.