It seems to be me the future of aerial warfare is UAVs. Why risk trained pilots that probably costed millions to train when you can have them pilot UAVs that are cheaper and can do basically the same?
Until you can install OS X on non-Apple hardware, I doubt Apple is going to make inroads selling their OS. And who buys retail Windows? People who build their own computers know enough to buy OEM, and the average consumer upgrades when they buy a new computer.
I think starting June 26, you can preorder the upgrades for a lot cheaper. $50 for a Home upgrade and $100 for a Pro upgrade.
Kotaku took a look at the "Challenge Room" downloadable content for the PS3 version of BioShock. They came to the conclusion that while the combat is entertaining, it doesn't have the same focus on the story that made BioShock such a good game. Quoting: "What's really bothering me is the lack of fiction. I'm not asking for a new ending or a tacked-on chapter that somehow changes the fantastic story of BioShock — why fix something that isn't broken, right? It's just that what made BioShock special was the story. Oh, sure, the graphics were spiffy, the art style was cool and the game really does play well (not too glitchy or difficult to manage). But to me, BioShock without its story is like a Twinkie without its filling — still somewhat tasty, but hollow and far less satisfying."
I don't know if the Universe can withstand that.