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Yeah, copyright law doesn't allow you share copies of a CDs or share rips of a CD legally. Even though it's illegal to share iTunes audio tracks to other people, it's easy to do because they aren't encrypted anymore, they haven't been for years. I find I need an external hub no matter how many internal USB ports are available. I don't remember a drive having trouble unless it's bus powered on an unpowered or underpowered hub. I go as direct as I can, but drives can run on...
You revived a five month old thread.That's a rather bizarre loop. You lampshaded that very quickly, and I don't see if there is any reason to do that, unless you have an agenda in your argument. Apple's display is nice, but nowhere near necessary. The user's previous peripherals would generally work very well. I'm not a fan of Apple's input devices anyway, so the input devices I've gotten with other machines get stored.I will say that I was disappointed when the $499 mini...
"Sampling" - meaning very limited supply and it would probably only go to preferred customers, and the final customer would probably paying a very high price.
OK, not a big deal. It still accepts Prime.I can't say I find a need or want for it though. A PS3 handles most things I need for my TV, and Amazon is offered on that.
...? Introduced today, so it's not an April Fool's joke.When did they say they had no plans to offer one?
I gather he's a co-owner of the venture.
A different school of thought is "don't give publicity to your competitors". But in this case, if he didn't mention Apple, we wouldn't have heard about this interview.Yeah, the guy's reasoning falls apart pretty quickly, it's hard to think of a charitable way to spin it.I don't see any reason to believe that Roku is necessarily losing money either. An off-the-shelf ARM with good graphics built-in is pretty inexpensive these days. There are plenty of $40 MK808 type HDMI...
In the weasel-word world of PR, that doesn't mean they aren't seriously considering it, or even developing one. I'd be surprised if they haven't been working on one, whether they decide to do it or not, I don't know.I don't see any need for Apple to buy Roku.I read the article here, and the source article at Cnet. I guess I'm lost on the insult, or what they stole.I guess losing money is insulting, but for the consumer, it might mean they're getting a better device than...
Yeah, They copied a very distinctive key cap style, among other obvious apes in conjunction with that.This story doesn't make it clear, I had to follow this link back to an older story:http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/01/03/blackberry-sues-ryan-seacrest-backed-typo-alleges-patent-infringementUnless posts were deleted, I don't think there were any assholes in this thread then or now.It's OK for you to like it, but it seems a lot more people think it needs help. I see...
Then what's your problem with a thermostat, where most people are almost never within a meter of it, and it's almost never transmitting?Yeah, personal electronic devices are very useful when they're kept out of reach.
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