ive read they are already planning on using azure to give computing power to games (cloud driven ai, distrubuted real time rendering... that sort of thing).
but they want to rule the living room. you need a box to rule the living room.
i think the concept of a gaming console still stands...
the only problem with that is that microsoft has shifted and wants to be a hardware company now. i think they should be. yes, like any other company, they have their problems, but i think they make really good hardware.
reports are saying they are possibly working on what youre talking...
the old owner was the biggest problem
the clippers actually did really really well last season and theyve done really really well in previous seasons. but in the past, after a good season the owner would split up, trade off, and sell really good players because he was crazy.
what kills me is im in anaheim, on one of 2, straight FTTP rollouts they have on teh uverse network and the fastest i can get is 18mb/s
they have nothing but excuses for me about getting more speed. The last one was "if we turn it op, it could fry the fiber box"
"CT News reports that Mears was arrested by Environmental Conservation Police on May 12 and charged with third degree assault and second-degree breach of peace."
whoops forgot to add that his publishers said their biggest barrier was that there was not a really good debugger for developer on Linux. so gabe threw some of his developers on fixing that problem based on commitments from his publishing partners. this ones kind of a huge deal. I means valve...
you guys really need to watch gabe giving this keynote last week. it will answer a lot of questions and clear up a lot of misconceptions im reading in this thread.
a few i'll clear up.
hes been working with his aaa publishers that are already...