They did, and they did.
They did, and they did.
You forgot to stick a poundtag to the end of that last post.
I don't know what the rest of them are trying to be, but number 3 is definitely Intel Centrino(R).
Does that include patching things up with Brendan Eich? If not, they're just shuffling deck chairs.
Dude, you really need to look into xpra. Think "screen" for graphical programs.
Other products and features
In other words, they wanted to make sure they could spy on you any time they wanted.
Screw them. Linux / xfce FTW
You couldn't pay me enough to make it my main browser.
And this is why cumulative, mandatory, updates are a BAD THING.
It's like they're not even trying now to hide it anymore. They have pretty much openly declared themselves to be hostile to users with a lot of forced updates that benefit not the user but themselves. But MS fanboys will still lap it up and somehow say it's a good thing.
Well to be fair their Opteron line until about four years ago was competing well with Xeons on performance and absolutely blew them away in terms of price and sheer number of cores.
Unfortunately that all changed with the Bulldozer architecture which, instead of cores, had "dual core" modules with one FPU shared between two ALUs.
Back in the early 90's, Wolfenstein 3D made a lot of people want to vomit too, because it was much more immersive than any *popular* game that came before it. And then people got over it.
Speaking as someone who actually enjoys 3D movies, partilcularly high frame rate 3D movies where you can actually track moving objects and scene pans, I have no problem wearing glasses if it leads to a more immersive experience.
Of course, I won't be buying into HoloLens specifically, as I do not purchase Microsoft products.
Ben Burtt (the sound editor) and a synthesizer did the R2D2 voice over.
Anthony Daniels wore the C3PO suit (he had to be skinny enough to fit it), and did the C3PO voice over.
Kenny Baker performed inside some of the R2D2 models - pretty much those that required complex movements that Radio Control technology of the time could not manage.
Yeah, AI was not that good at the time.
Yes, although to be fair his career didn't really begin until his 1980 appearance on the Dr. Demento Show with Another One Rides the Bus.
I take it you've never heard of f-droid. Only one of the biggest FOSS repositories for a single platform.
And since it's not an official Google product, funnily enough, it requires sideloading.
Good Lord, man, what has happened to your country?
Wait, expensive? You've already paid for it through taxes. Why would any ambulance service charge you twice?
"How do I love thee? My accumulator overflows."