This needs to happen.
It has an email app, it is just not complete. It functions like an early alpha, about 50% feature complete.
No, Google still has not gotten email complete on Android. They have never had the ability to send group email, and off version 4.4 they have lost the ability to email non-image files.
They are like half way there, but providing you with an OS with working email out of the box appears to not be a priority for them, so who knows when we will get it.
Not really, some computers, really powerful computers (about the same as playing the most intensive computer game on the absolutely highest graphics possible), can play a few of these games without huge game wrecking glitches. At best I would call the emulator a very early alpha; Proof of concept.
And we still do not even have something even that good for the original Xbox. The only reason we have something that is even decent at emulating the PS2 is because it is far older than even the Xbox and by far the most popular console of all time. And really that is only like 50%. Very popular games have been made to work, but you can pretty much forget just getting some random PS2 game popping it in and playing it.
Which is not to say that the current gen will not be easier to emulate, but that is a lot of power to be emulating even if it is already basically 99% a normal PC already.
The N64 was probably the last decently complete emulator, and you have to go all the way back to the SNES era to get one that is 100% working, every game works, launch and go.
For this case I think I would disagree. While I would never use it myself, iPad would be best. Having a Nexus I have to say it takes a lot of configuration and knowledge to get it working. It does not even come with working email out of the box, and needs third-party email and other apps installed to even do basic things like email.
And these third party apps are almost certainty going to be 10 times more confusing and complicated than the built in iOS ones.
I find it very hard to believe that Tolkien created such a perfect world that its climates would naturally be just as he described.
Meh, tell me when it sinks. Now that is a news story.
You seem to be very confused. Specifically where you imply that totalitarianism is somehow opposed to laws (aka authority). I see, totalitarianism is anti-authority...
Generally: Fascism is totalitarianism, with negative connotations. More specifically, it is often used as a alternative term of Nazism.
Having a black list of songs (see V for Vendetta) is extremely fascist.
Denying the holocaust is tied to fascism, see all of Germany's laws that deal with the holocaust, that restrict and outlaw information about it.
Outlawing some political parties and types of discussion is fascist.
"world war II computer games are mostly sold with swastikas replaced by plus signs in Germany?"
I know, the German government is the biggest holocaust denier in the entire world.
And it is not just video games, German's are denied even a basic education in Nazism and the holocaust, I have had German tourists stay here and buy biographies and history books about those subjects, but plan to finish them before they went back, because you do not cross the German border with history books about the Nazis.
Which is part of why they are a Fascist government, Fascism is linked to control of the media, and holocaust denial (notice how one of the first things we notice wrong in V for Vendetta is a black list for music).
Defining what political and philosophical conversations can be made, and labelling all other as hate speech is another.
Basically, Fascism is totalitarianism with a negative connotation.
Sounds like a open and shut case of a government preforming illegal activities.
I do not know much about German law, but if they outlaw fascist groups and literature, would that not make the government itself an illegal entity and all of the bills that its far-right fascist laws are written on illegal literature?
That would be interesting, I wonder what would happen if you brought that to the court system, and tried to have some government law or flyer outlaws, or the organization itself disbanded.
So all of these experts are wrong?
Are you telling me that industry has so many regulation on how a car handled a crash that they all pretty much have to look alike, but no regulations at all the prevent a car that is near impossible to drive without getting into a crash?
Even hardcore gamers, the last game released that required users to update their rig was Crysis back in 2007. Gaming has completely stagnated in the last 5 years, and people can basically play the modern games at the same settings as what they were able to do for Crysis, all those years ago. You no longer need to update to play the latest releases.
My very first computer was obsolete with in a year, one of the earlier games I played on it required more that it had and we had to double the RAM to play it.
Now my 6 year old PC will play any game on the market, and this does not look like it is going to change anytime soon.