Low power, only two openings with a sealed keyboard. e-ink display. Two week battery life. Get one!!
is the most broken idea in the TV landscape. With current systems, its hard to know if there really isn't anything on or if you're just missing out on that one thing you always wanted to see. I need TV to intelligently learn what I like. Just because I watch that one lousy infomercial that drunk night after the bar doesn't mean thats all I enjoy to watch.
On the other side, I don't need to talk to my TV or flail my arms like an idiot trying to get it to flip channels. I don't see anything wrong with the remote as it exists as an interface tool.
Awesome! I'd gladly pay a monthly fee for that (depending on quality of service and selection of course).
We'll do that when the Brits give us access to BBC iplayer!
Simple answer? Say 'No' a few times. Design it with one mission, secure critical systems for us. Screw the researchers, college students, thats what the public internet playground is for.
Should the government really be trying to manage security across the ENTIRE internet? Would you rather plug 10,000 holes in an old barrel or just build a new barrel? Maybe I just don't understand the issue enough, but wouldn't a separate Government/Military/infrastructure internet be more viable and easier to implement on existing systems thus costing less? And if you really needed access to the public internet, you could control the points of entry and monitor them much easier and more effectively.
Its not my favorite music, but I do like it. Keep up the good work. I tempted to buy just to support someone like you.
I can finally take up smoking again!
I was an XBL Silver member, never having played a game over the XBL service. I used my system for single player games and local multiplayer. In order to get updates for your xbox, you are required to have an XBL account (or buy a game that has the updates on the disc many months later). I also enjoyed modding games with my PC, so my system was modified. Last week I found I was banned and thus am unable to obtain any further updates on my system.
If this ban wave was made to keep the XBL service free of people altering gameplay in multiplayer games, then why would they bother banning a system that has never once been involved in a multiplayer game?
Time-sharing is the junk-mail part of the computer business. -- H.R.J. Grosch (attributed)