I think this is a good point - it seems that much of the technology industry is heading away from modularity, for example, Apple laptops, because it permits a smaller and more efficient product. I don't doubt that Google will create a useful and successful ecosystem here, but it's hard to see it completely dominating the smartphone industry in the short term.
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Sounds like you're a little confused. If he were only talking about sex, he might have used words like "prostitute" or "fsck". The use of the word "marry" infers some sort of ongoing "relationship", not just discharging your awesome sauce.
Have you ever been married in a brothel?
Yep, as soon as they make robots capable of meaningful relationships, they will give them opinions and standards too. There's no chance for you, really.
The report is almost useless because it has compared the latest stable and dev releases of IE with versions of Firefox and Chrome that are years old.
To use a car analogy, it is comparing the safety features of a '10 Chev Corvette and a 1970 Chev BelAir. I would be embarrassed if the company I worked for released such a report.
It's always a shame when the law gets in the way of science. If it didn't, I would probably have six testicles by now due to cloning.
I make millions from suing college students who copy my "Hello World" code!
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