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jedwards87 said:wozwoz said:For a computer to distinguish between a cat and a dog is very impressive.
It was based on this, so I'm not that far off. Only 1 game included so far with sub.
While you’ve probably heard predictions that Google’s Stadia will be the “Netflix of games,” it turns out the analogy only goes so far. While Google intends to eventually have a back catalog of free games included for your $10 monthly fee, Stadia is not primarily a subscription service. The subscription only includes a single game as of today — Destiny 2. Primarily, Google tells us you should expect to buy, not rent cloud games for the same retail prices you’d find on other platforms like PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, and Steam.
“We will sell these games like any other digital storefront,” Google’s director of games Jack Buser tells The Verge.
gatorguy said:sflocal said:StrangeDays said:AppleInsider said:CEO Tim Cook has called this examination "fair," but insisted that Apple doesn't have any sort of monopoly, even though it bans iPhone and iPad developers from selling apps anywhere but the App Store.
is it during those rimes when Apple signs an exclusivity agreement maybe?
To superficially please a TINY, vocal percentage of people clamoring for this online, almost all of whom probably hate Apple to begin with and aren't arguing in good faith, and will just move on to the next thing to whine about? I fail to see how any reasonable person could think that 3rd party appstores would be a net advantage to anyone, except those with the desire to sell shady stuff with no rules.
Also, it's funny how you and people like you claim that Apple is a monopoly when it's convenient (like in this case) and then mock them for their "low marketshare" when THAT is convenient (ie. comparing iPhone sales to total number of all Android devices sold by every single manufacturer, worldwide). So which is it?
[email protected] said:The new Pencil is a much more premium experience for Pro iPads. The 1st Gen Pencil still is industry leading & its cheaper for regular note taking.[email protected] said:Can someone please explain to me why Apple would release new devices with the old tools (Apple Pencil). I upgraded my pro and kinda feel slapped in the face by this but love the size of the mini.racerhomie3 said:rogifan_new said:So if you have the latest Pro and also would like a mini for portability you can’t share a Pencil across the devices. How ridiculous.
Yep, you know it's rogifan with the never-ending, fake concern-trolling and the weird-ass scenarios he conjures up to justify that trolling. How many people who use a new iPad Pro with a pencil, also have an ADDITIONAL iPad mini for "portability" that they also use the pencil with? Like, what percentage of people is this? Like 0.000001%? And it's "ridiculous" that this may not be ideal for that cross-section of maybe 4 people in the world? Ok.