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Graphs are fun.
Actually it’s not what you expect from a Blockbuster.
Jigar wants the blockbuster scenery chewing villain. They gave something a bit sillier and, for me, more interesting.
Well my attitude here is not to buy current model cheap phones. Just go back in time 6 months to a year.
Buy what was hot then.
Very fusion jazz ‘70s funky. It didn’t feel hard Electronic at all.
Well, Timecop is not exactly a “classic”. No childhoods are being raped here.
I’d wait for E3 before giving up hope.
The machine obviously will have serious grunt inside it. There will be stunning games.
Let the game developers show their new toys in their own way.
This years E3 is going to be fun.
I thought Timecop was just cashing in on the ideas from Terminator and Robocop.
But then maybe this movie can borrow from Loopers… and Robocop.
There will be far more people with a G+ account than actually use it in a Facebookish way.
Nuclear Fusion. That’s how the Sun can burn for so long. Science has actually figured that out.
I’m looking at this, at Australia.
I wonder why they’ve picked those little areas around Sydney and Brisbane as “Various Churches”, while most of the rest is “Protestant”.
The truth of the matter for Australia is that it has a jumble of Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox, but the bulk of the population is more “well, my parents went to church but it doesn’t really interest me”.
I bet those cleaners regularly hit the Jackpot. Phones and tablets and wallets and lots and lots of Dan Brown paperbacks….
How about a quiet smirk?
If this thing is going to also be a DVR, then no way.
I use my PS3 as a DVR (using the PlayTV addon). I upgraded it to a 750GB drive and it still gets full very easily.
I think with either system, step one is to go buy a 4TB drive. I hope they are easily upgradeable.
Torrents I’m not so fearful of, but beware the file you end up with. If it’s not what you expect, or it is asking for a password, or for you to download a codec, just chuck it in the recycle bin.
Of course, it’s really the XBox 3.
The One X+ came after the One X had it’s main run. It was an attempt at extending it’s life.
The One XL was just the 4G version.
The Sensation XL was the same deal. An old phone getting a refresh.
These updates had nothing to do with their initial success or otherwise.
When I bought a PS3 I was at the time upset that it didn’t have PS2 compatibility.
You know what? In reality it didn’t matter one bit.
Who wants to play old games on their nice shiny superpowered console?
I’ve been reading the various Verge staff tweets. You guys are kind of gloating over this.
Well, the point here isn’t that the One is a marketing disaster. They can’t make enough of them. It’s manufacturing eff up. And perhaps that’s the danger of something like the One. It’s tougher to build compared to a simple plastic design.
As for the First… well done Facebook in making the phone pointless.
Yeah. Sony and Microsoft aren’t going to go down the dodgy Shenzen DVD player path.
They are the people, Sony especially, that the Rules were made to protect.
They aren’t Fighting the Man. They Are the Man.
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Something probably more known in the Commonwealth nations. The OXO Cube.
Hugs and kisses.
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Though a GeForce GTX 660M is still kinda half-arsed for a video card.
I have come back to loving big monitored desktop machines lately.
A laptop feels like a luxury when compared to a tablet. A desktop machine is just doesn’t have the compromises of a laptop.
If you really just play games at home, how could you not go for a big 27" screen with a powerful non-mobile video card?
A newly released PS3 or XBox AAA game in the stores in Australia can have a sticker of over $100.
If you don’t want me buying second hand games or from Hong Kong, then the solution is obvious…
And yeah, Steam gets alot of business in our house.
“Windows” as such doesn’t matter.
Windows Services. live.com matters.
It further glues people into the Microsoft ecosystem.
If you can easily check your mail and calendar. Show the photos in your Skydrive on your TV. All those ecosystemy things, then that nudges you into the Microsoft World. It nudges you to use that stuff on your PC and perhaps buy a Windows Phone.
I think it is just as legit a way to do things as the tactics used by Apple or Google do.
And it may be a big decider for me. If Sony is more Google friendly, or even just Xperia/Bravia friendly (as much of my hardware is Sony), then that will matter to me.