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Aw, man, you just couldn't let it slide, huh? I guess someone was bound to say it. Maybe he's a really big Bie-le-ber.
I agree, I don't understand the point of the middle page they've added in. Does anyone know what they're aiming for with this? Like you said, is there some other coming change that will allow this to make sense?
Technology moves so fast, I don't know that it would take so long as 25 years to make this realistic, though I'd want a real demo to see how well it works now. If the TV can work nearly as well as what they show in that video, with no seeming interference from the TV's own speakers, etc., and the motion control works well, this will be quite impressive. If Apple can come up with something that shines beyond that - so much the better.
How many users actually have the bandwidth to access 4k content? I don't think it's as simple as just offering higher HD content.
Perhaps it doesn't matter to you, but I'm interested to know - even if it isn't scientific - or else I wouldn't have asked. Does anyone else know the answer?
The article seems a bit ambiguous - it says all the technology directors are testing/using the iPad and then states they think they will have more iPads than computers in 5 years, but it's unclear if the "all" is meant to encompass both parts. Do they also *all* agree that they will have more iPads, or is it just a few?
$99 plus $9/mo for at least 12 months. They also are only looking for SNPs, they aren't sequencing the DNA.
It's noble in a way, kind of like donating an organ. A lot of people might benefit from that. I have a feeling there's going to be a lot of cloning jokes, though.
Does anyone know if these updates work in Canada? I mean, they'd better... how can you not stream hockey to Canada?! Is it true you have to pay for the NHL games, though?
While we on the AI forums tend to think the average person doesn't really pay that much attention to technology, they obviously pay more attention than we sometimes give them credit for. I mean, it seems almost certain the average person isn't having arguments about the meaning of 4G, but they do follow technology enough to know: 1) there is a new iPhone, 2) the new iPhone is better than the old iPhone, 3) the new iPhone, despite what analysts say, is better enough that...
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