Take your point back 20 to 100 years. The level of wealth we enjoy today is due to productivity increases from innovation and technology. Those changes hurt people then the same as they do now yet here we are enjoying the spoils of that change as a society in whole. Why would it be beneficial to declare that no more automation should be allowed from this point forward? What if someone did that 30 years ago?
It's neither strawman nor bullshit. If individuals are permitted to control their costs by selecting the lowest-priced goods and services available to them then why would a corporation not be permitted to do the same?
You should be ashamed you pay so little for the goods and services that free-market economies provide. Calculate all the money you've saved and remit that total to the workers' salary augmentation fund.
You loved last year's gift of privacy invasion so much I didn't know how to top that. Then I thought of disconnecting your WiFi so you would lose access to the single most essential activity on your computer. I hope you enjoy it!
Thanks (to TheFakeTimCook as well). If that's the case couldn't Apple have them they operate in master-slave mode when both are available and switch the slave to master when it's the only one available?
Vs the existing implementation of sending the audio to one and having it relay the audio to the other? Apple's method would have less latency and higher throughput but does that matter for this application?
I agree with all you wrote. I'd be interested to know what all was involved in their initial post-recall investigation that lead them to conclude the problem was with the battery itself and thus green-light the production release of the camera for replacements/new-sales.
Samsung purportedly did an intensive engineering review of the design during the first recall and was unable to find the source of the issue, which lead them to incorrectly conclude that it must have been caused by a batch of bad batteries. I have to believe that the theories proposed in this article were well considered by Samsung during that review (if not during the design of the phone as well).