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SpamSandwich said:Everything he sells will be bought up immediately at these prices.
Might also be worth mentioning he dumped his Twitter holdings. He's doing a lousy job, this guy.
You can’t sell shares unless there’s someone else who thinks it’s a good idea to buy at that price.
After years of owning AppleTVs I am still frustrated by the friction in switching from one "channel" to another. AppleTV is great for long-lasting sessions such as watching Netflix or streaming movies off my media server but trying to bounce back and forth from live streams on CNN to MSNBC to NBC is an exercise in frustration. You would think that Apple could come up with some "favorites" mechanism that could go directly from one favorite stream to another instead of my having to continuously navigate through each channel's menutree as I switch from one to another.
I won't even dwell on the propensity of each App/channel to forget that I'm signed in and require me to re-authenticate yet again with my service provider.
It seems that Apple still is not applying "it just works" type product improvements to AppleTV.
MacPro said:foggyhill said:You really have no clue what California looks like huh?
Snow, check, tall mountains check, very raining condition (far north) check, desert check, heat check, cold check, high traffic check, pedestrians heavy places (San-Francisco and central parts of LA) check, high altitude check, winding roads as fuck, check, most insane freeways ever, check, very high speed roads, check.
All of this is a very compact space.
It's the ideal place to test a self driving car.
Its coming way way way faster than you think. Right now, the obstacle in many situations are more regulatory than technical.
I'm not convinced that "designed and tested" in California works for the rest of the country when it comes to cars.