disruption that no one's noticed
Is it really a disruption then?
2.5" headphone jack
So that's why those old phones were so bulky!
autonomously position themselves to create a full 180-degree viewing area
Judging by the pictures, where the hell are they getting the 180-degree viewing area from? Are we expected to use the thing with our faces 1mm away from the screen?
while at cruising altitude.
Funny, I didn't know the twin towers were THAT tall.
The problem isn't with promoting content or unmetered content
Not yet anyway. But once they make enough deals with content providers ("Give us money and your shows will be unmetered for your viewers") all of a sudden the internet providers will proudly boast "90% of our customers only use X GB of data, so that's where we're placing our bandwidth cap", where X is $((Current_cap/10)).
And then that will effectively stop customers from visiting any content provider that isn't zero-rated, since that eats their data cap. This either forces the remaining content providers to pony up or risk a loss of business, and the cycle continues.
These are probably the same type of people who thought that "Cruise Control" meant that the car was able of controlling their "cruise"
Exactly, which is all the more reason to call it something other than an "autopilot".
And yet the car makers haven't changed the name of cruise control, despite some initial confusion.
After a few years, "Cruise Control" became synonymous with "Maintains your speed". Is it inconceivable that in a few years the term "Autopilot" will be universally known to mean "A suite of driver assist technologies"?
In its most general sense, a fair use is any copying of copyrighted material done for a limited and “transformative” purpose, such as to comment upon, criticize, or parody a copyrighted work.
If that video isn't parody I don't know what is.
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