You could also argue that all the actions that the player does is copyrighted by the player, but Nintendo still has a large stake in the copyright of the final product.
It's a shared copyright. All the art is very much owned by Nintendo. The addition of commentary adds an additional copyright owner of the commentator, but since the footage definitely is full of Nintendo copyrighted material, they could easily be within their rights to have it removed. Basically, they've given these playthrough video makers a choice, either give Nintendo all the ad revenue, or take down the video that contains their copyrighted material.
Additionally, this is the person in the credits who edited it, also a Canadian, and doesn't work for any space agency. Let's try not to think everything is a conspiracy, please.
Chris Hadfield is a Canadian (working for the CSA). I'm sure that Chris would like more people to want to go in to space and become scientists, etc. If you look at his previous videos though, I would say this is pretty in line with the other stuff he's done (just with more effort in to it).
Who knew that having that many lens flares was true to life?!
If you don't like it, release your own free operating system where you package your search engine it.
They are keeping legacy -webkit prefixes and are not adding any new prefixes. Please see here
Blame Microsoft and web developers.
by "slowly phase out," i mean each individual browser (for now just chrome & derivatives) will make the decision on their own time when to remove the webkit tag. probably when blink and webkit have diverged significantly.
I imagine most browsers will start sending a UA with both blink & webkit and then slowly phase out the webkit token.
It is possible to be employed by a company and do android development. Making your own 99ct apps is not the only way to make a living.
I'm not sure it is. Maybe I'm biased because I am employed as an Android developer, but both Android and iOS developers are both incredibly in demand right now. Every brand wants or has an app, and every webapp needs a native mobile counterpart to be taken seriously. Weren't the app bubble predictions back in 2010? I don't think they hold any water any more. Mobile is the future and isn't going anywhere.
the casino only loses it's reputation in this situation. the monetary losers are the ones sitting across from him on the poker table.
Real time regional interactions as well as the global economy is also run through the server. If it was really just the nominal amount of work of syncing saved games, I would really worry about EA's server programming. At the moment, I only slightly worry about it.