Every other industry already does this except the sex toy industry.
Have you looked at what Amazon sells?
why you think Hillary is such a terrible person?
Can you provide some concrete evidence of a terrible crime she has committed?
The (current) lack of a conviction is completely irrelevant.
The information management decisions and activities she appears to have performed indicate a lack of integrity and a skewed sense of ethics. I would expect you would want the leader of your country (I am not American) to be an aspiration to your people.
As a public servant myself, I would be summarily dismissed had I shown the same type of judgement in my work decisions and activities as Hilary Clinton did as Secretary of State.
Your election process however seems to have placed you between the proverbial 'rock & a hard place'.
Granny just had to understand little Timmy has a PlayStation and this is a PlayStation title to buy him a birthday gift.
Right now Granny has to know which of the 4 versions of Playstations to target. Theoretically, the future would be just 'PlayStation' and the game will detect the capabilities of the console on which it is running and customise settings to cater for the setup.
Bullshit. Windows 7 doesn't have tons of background crap running that nobody wants and it doesn't steal personal data or bandwidth like Windows 10.
Go shill somewhere else, M$ goon.
here I thought Slashdot was up in arms about the upgrading of Win7+ to include telemetry included in Win10?
KB3022345 Update for customer experience and diagnostic telemetry.
KB3068708 (replaces KB3022345) Update for customer experience and diagnostic telemetry
KB3080149 Update for customer experience and diagnostic telemetry
The GOP presidential candidate is encouraging a hostile foreign power to intrude into US government data systems in the hopes of revealing evidence Clinton may have acted contrary to the interests of the United States. Have I got this right?
If I* understand correctly, the private email server setup by HRC was not a sanctioned US government data system. This would make your premise incorrect. Illegally accessing a single private person's email server should be pretty low in regards to repercussions, regardless of who that person is.
*As a foreigner from another hemisphere this is filtered significantly.
My main fear is the same as that of many others -- that too many people would simply choose not to work.
UBI should cover your needs. The incentive to get *further* ahead by working will have people wanting to work. The flip side is that automation needs to be removing jobs, drastically increasing productivity, and reducing consumer costs to that the UBI is sufficient.
The $3 trillion 'cost' will be taken from welfare, disability services, veteran services, social security, superannuation type agencies (all obsoleted under UBI), transportation (less traffic maintenance / expenditure on highways and roads as people are not commuting), DoD (more automation), IRS (lower requirements); the list could extend to every agency.
I'm not American, so not sure how many agencies/what names you have.
If the console price is what you need to add to the price of a PC to make a "gaming" PC (for whatever that means to you) then it is not the same price as console gaming.
$125 extra is pretty cheap to make a PC into a 'gaming' PC. It's not high end, but she's only playing 1080p anyway, which is what current gen consoles are barely doing
They don't regularly work well with TVs for displays as they are seldom set up for using one (and TVs seldom for being connected to PCs).
Utter garbage. I first PC gamed on TVs with an NVIDIA RIVA 128 w/TV out in the late 90's. It's been progressively easier ever since, what with composite, then VGA,then DVI/HDMI inputs.
which if you knew anything about women you would know that is almost never a popular idea to have a loud gaming PC in the living room
Gaming PCs do not need to be loud. I cannot hear our 'gaming' PC at all. The only spindle is for media storage, which is indiscernible when you are watching something anyway.
Beware of all enterprises that require new clothes, and not rather a new wearer of clothes. -- Henry David Thoreau