Facebook, Apple, and Google all got away with their monopolist power grabs because they don't have any 'S's in their names for critics to snarkily replace with '$'s.
The sooner someone splits Apple up the better, that's for sure.
I've never understood how come Microsoft got in soooo much trouble for bundling IE with Windows, yet on the iPad have (through work, I didn't choose it) I have installed Chrome but every link I click on opens in Safari. At least with Windows you can (and could always!!) change the default browser.
Apple? I immediately thought of Google when I saw this comic...
Anyone watching Continuum? LOVE that show. But every time I watch it, I see the Google logo instead of 'Sadtech'...
They have managed to do time travel quite well and I love the way they have left it for their break, it does beg for more episodes and apparently it is looking quite good for a second season.
I have some spare foil if anyone wants to join my tin-hat brigade... ;-)
I like the time travel aspect, but surely if they are ascribing to the single timeline theory, then the time travel paradox applies here where her world is the way it is BECAUSE of the time travel? They haven't given indications that they are pursuing the alternate reality or splintered timeline theories...
Wait, no, it's eight. Definately eight.
No, but seriously, I have no idea what you're on about. But it sounds like a stable loop.
So I'm taking my time with Continuum.
But don't worry about spoiling it for me - I hate surprises and always look up plot synopsises for episodes I haven't seen yet.
I lucked out with Community, I missed it for the first two seasons then was able to watch two and a bit seasons in one go, best day ever, funniest show I have seen in quite some time.
What is a more interesting question is whether MS can afford to be more forceful nowadays seeing as they have lost such a large marketshare to mobile devices - they no longer hold a monopoly either.