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Nissan owns Datsun brand and is still using it for emerging markets, if I remember correctly.
I'm paying around NZ$100 for Sky Digital here in New Zealand. That includes rented DVR. I preferred rented to owned option (which was also available) as these buggers die on occasion - hardly the best, most reliable pieces of hardware I have seen - so I prefer not to have to hassle with repairing or replacing them myself. Anyway... with PS3 and PS4 in my household, PSVue would be quite logical choice. It even supports multistream - up to 4 devices on single account, if I...
Oh, yeah. Now that's a REAL thing.I mean, your children, grandchildren and their grandchildren might - should - will - still have this watch in perfect working condition. That fact alone, in my book, is worth asking price. You are not only buying premium piece, you are investing in your family's legacy.I have my grandfather's Longines, one of those railways' pocket watches. I believe it is 1907 and probably nothing special - simple silver casing, steam locomotive engraved...
Those who want the best might still prefer old school mechanical Swiss watch. They come with tradition and craftsmanship that goes well beyond the nice casing. Electronic watches never reached this price level, to my knowledge.If anyone can pull digital watch at this price level, I'd say Apple can... but I'm not convinced it is really possible. We'll see...
Every kid that plays video games knows well about Microsoft.For those who own Xbox or gaming PC, it is THE company.For others, it is THAT dastardly enemy that would like to destroy their beloved platforms.Famous or infamous, name is well known among kids. Probably better than Apple, really.Sometimes, lack of reality among posters here is really amusing, if not slightly disturbing.
I'm with you, in general.There's much more to car than infotainment platform; everything else, pretty much.I've been eye-balling Porsche Macan since it was released. It is still a bit far-fetched at the moment, but I'm pretty sure I'll be well in the zone within the next 12 months, give or take. I've drolled over reviews and picked up quite a few details about standard and optional features, but I still don't know much about info system. It was covered in reviews, I just...
Apologies if someone already covered same ideas... didn't have time to read through all posts.I think that, within limits imposed by iOS, iPads have reached hardware maturity where people really don't have much reason to quickly upgrade, unless because of enthusiasm or rare niche scenarios (like hardcore gaming).I know quite a few guys who are still running iPad 2... and not planning to upgrade it for as long as it runs. Same with people with iPad 4 or 1st gen iPad Air....
Actually... Intel did use PowerVR in their low end, namely Atoms... latest one should have been PowerVR G6430 which was a part of Atom Z35XY line, released in Q4 2014.Other Atoms released in last 3 years were also using some PowerVR logic. Not all Atoms, though.
Well said.But hey, MS didn't hoard couple of hundreds happy employees to show their pride and joy during the presentation, and there was no U2 playing... not even Taylor Swift... so it must be lame and irrelevant. You can't make relevant tech without good old Bono rockin' around.
I believe that means that people who don't upgrade within first year will have to purchase WX after that time frame.Basically they want to motivate as many people as possible to upgrade quickly. As of ways of making money, I think they want to make their unified Market Place as their source of income, instead of selling Windows OS itself. Considering size of Windows desktop market share, significant % of people on WX could generate some decent $ from apps purchase,...
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