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  1. 44 points
    So your argument is that they are already sort of blocking stuff now, so why not let them potentially block even more? This is a terrible editorial.
  2. 34 points
  3. 32 points
    "What that means is that everyone is indirectly paying for Netflix traffic, even if you aren't a customer." This is absolutely false. Netflix pay's its carriers for the data it uses. (Level 3/Century Link, Zayo, Cogent, etc.) The end user isn't paying Netflix's bill any more than we are paying the bill for grandmas to use Facebook or for those same grandmas to watch porn. This reads like a very misinformed attempt to use the "no free ride" argument where it doesn't apply. The issue with Netflix was that ISP's were unhappy that customers were actually using the data they had paid for and they tried to double dip. The only people that were getting a free ride were the ISP's, who not only built their networks with tax payer money, they then tried to charge a company for their customers to get what they already paid for.
  4. 29 points
    good, only way to reduce these pay to win is for people to vote with their feet and not buy these games.
  5. 27 points
    It hardly does anything new. One of the best inventions of 2017? Christ on a bike.
  6. 21 points
  7. 20 points
    iPhone X: made with the tears of young overworked children?
  8. 18 points
    What a BS. The actual TIME article is laughable: They mention three reasons why this device made the list: edge-to-edge screen, FaceID and augmented reality camera. The first two arent new, we've already seen it on Samsung's latest. Not to mention a few years back Microsoft already had Windows Hello on Windows Mobile that worked even better than FaceID! As for augmented reality, it's not new by itself. The only thing thats new is that its added to a phone...where its just a gimmick.
  9. 18 points
  10. 16 points
    I just can't agree that a smartphone without a audio jack is "Top notch" Who want's a Swiss Army knife with fewer blades? And the argument that it's about room is stupid, because there are smartphones much much smaller than this that have the audio jack.
  11. 16 points
    A problem is found Apple denies it. The problem is still present. Apple says that it happens for a small number of clients. The problem is still present. Apple launches a patch. The problem is still present. Apple launches a new smartphone. Rinse and Repeat
  12. 16 points
    iPads are toys, media consumption devices. Anyone that thinks they're being productive on one is lying to themselves or runs a lemonade stand lmao.
  13. 15 points
    Everyone knows that any software beyond the kernel is bloat that'll turn your modern computer into a toaster oven. I don't even use a monitor anymore because display drivers will just slow things down.
  14. 15 points
    It's hard to believe people will buy something built with what amounts to slave labor.. It's even harder to believe people buy into their ###### rhetoric.
  15. 15 points
  16. 15 points
    An overpriced version of the Galaxy S8, which itself was already overpriced. Apple is providing less and less features and less innovation every year and they're being thanked for it by a legion of reviewers who want free goodies and another legion of loyal fans who pay thousands for those goodies... Are we really this stupid as a society?
  17. 15 points
    "The ability to purchase crystals in-game will become available at a later date" So basically a combination of letting the heat die down and giving players what they think is enough in-game earn stuff time to later on re-introduce Crystal purchase (Pay to catchup) for late arrivals to the game is my assumption.
  18. 14 points
    I get tired of getting asked to use chrome everytime I visit a google website, it's annoying. How many times do you have to click on "no thanks" before google gets the idea?
  19. 14 points
  20. 14 points
    I feel like they reuse the same picture every resolution jump of the tiger lol, they just clear out the resolutions and type new ones.
  21. 14 points
    Sure, publishers like EA makes millions of dollars per game and they deserve more. This guy has trash in his brain...
  22. 14 points
    Retailers trying to swindle people with naff deals to make money? Well I am shocked.
  23. 14 points
    To be fair, it's a list that contains the fidget spinner....think that summarises it There are some cool bits on there (the sideways lift or airless tire) but I'd question the others.
  24. 14 points
    Correction, Japanese don’t buy American junk, but they do buy what they believe to be high quality things. Americans buy Japanese cars for their quality, not some union-crippled cars.
  25. 14 points
  26. 14 points
    the only sick person here is you that made a connection between killing Nazis in a game and liberals who hate conservatives.
  27. 13 points
    Another salty liberal. One more. Nothing to see here.
  28. 13 points
    But wouldn't you also say that gaming has also become a lot more popular? So whilst cost may have jumped up, so have the number of units being sold.
  29. 13 points
    Time demonstrates how to lose all credibility. Pathetic!
  30. 13 points
    Did anybody read the article at all? This happened because the mother let the son log in after her first successful login. It failed initially with her son but he typed in her pin, which the iPhone thought was her again and it updated her Face ID with her sons features. "If there is a more significant change in your appearance, like shaving a full beard, Face ID confirms your identity by using your passcode before it updates your face data. Face ID is designed to work with hats, scarves, glasses, contact lenses, and many sunglasses."
  31. 12 points
    Stop using Edge!
  32. 12 points
    The heads of Facebook were Democrat donors.. The problem is they have been so dishonest with people and themselves, I actually think they believe their delusions that Russia could of changed the results of an election. I mean, the lack of self awareness is shockingly apparent. Lie and scapegoat anyone who calls you on it. That is why Hillary lost, she is repugnant. People don't like the Neo-Liberal Military war machine. Yet people like Erich Schmidt, Tim Cook and people at Facebook are all partisan and use their platforms for censorship.. I mean, if you think this will stop with so called Russian meddling (they may have, but i doubt it changed anything, otherwise the US is a joke and laughing stock), you're delusional, because they'll use the same excuse to scapegoat others and enforce more censorship. It's the same here in the UK they admit no evidence yet act like there is... scapegoating their derangement. Unfortunately when you repeat a lie enough, like the US has been doing for a century on the world stage (along with the UK) then the stupid population, which I am ashamed to be part of, laps it up without any critical thought. This is too much like 1984 for me to even find it funny, ol' George Orwell would be rolling in his grave. The US political/corporate marriage of dysfunctional delusions and the lack of responsibility for their immense inadequacies.
  33. 12 points
    'One thong that's worth noting'? I thought this was a tech site Seriously though - if that is the result when going through Win32 emulation, it isn't surprising, nor that awful. The proof of the pudding will be in the responsiveness/usability of emulated applications - I am not convinced that GeekBench scores will translate to the actual user experience.
  34. 12 points
    "KeyBanc Capital Markets maintained the shares of EA in report on Friday, August 25 with “Buy” rating" just two months ago, according to https://trading.co.uk/story/90...058-4202-8078-79ae7830f767/ Wouldn't ya say that's a little bias?
  35. 12 points
    I want to know how much Apple paid to Time to write such joke. Kissing too much Apple's butt.
  36. 12 points
    Nazis :- no longer existed post 1945 in the real world. Nazis and Neo-nazis are two different types of cretin altogether. I think your being a touch over sensitive mate. its a game.
  37. 11 points
    Facebook is taking a page from the tobacco companies. Get children hooked on the idea of smoking cigarettes then eventually they become smokers. Children should not be allowed on Facebook. Period.
  38. 11 points
    I don't even use Edge on Windows 10, certainly not going to install it on iOS.
  39. 11 points
    wow, he doesn't sound convincing at all, its obvious he did it deliberately, but doesn't want to take responsibility for his actions. No wonder twitter got rid of him.
  40. 11 points
    If a few Facebook ads can determine an election, maybe America does not deserve to be a democratic nation. On a lighter note, since the subject is Russia, I assumed it was Rasputin battling Clinton when I saw the pic.
  41. 11 points
    No, Apple's latest flagship has a notch at the top. Easy mistake to make.
  42. 11 points
  43. 11 points
    when is this whole dabbing thing going to end already?
  44. 11 points
  45. 11 points
    I'm sorry you feel that way. But, I didn't mean it like that. Whites != Nazis. Nazis of that era are all but gone. I just meant it's a pretty great experience for people who enjoy FPS games. In this case, our opponents are Nazis. That's why I wrote that. Plus, I'm an Indian and I have no gripes with any race. So, it wasn't really a "tripe to incite violence". I just enjoyed killing *fictional characters* who personify the bigoted White supremacist/anti-Semitic/racist ideology. Also, I'm neither a liberal nor a conservative but, thanks for reading.
  46. 10 points
    I've been visiting Neowin for over 15 years and during the last 2-3 years I've felt the news content has gone seriously down-hill. I feel like every other post is trying to sell me something. I'm interested in less then 5% of the news posts. Right now there is a post about some game character I've never heard of making a cameo in another game that I've never heard of. The AMOUNT of news posts is up but the quality is DOWN. Overwhelmingly the posts are selling something or about some "deal". Seriously they are just posting anything now. I'm not sure if the people posting are just trying to get as much posted as they can, but they need to realize that I'm not alone in my feeling. I used to see most stories get comments on them but many now don't because they are not interesting. I feel like scrolling the main page is like visiting some scam website with ads every two seconds about stories selling me stuff. Feel "fake news-y" I wish the content would get back to where it was. I really enjoyed Neowin but feel it's total junk now. Please get it back to where it was! Reduce the ads and amount of news posts and raise the bar again!
  47. 10 points
    We have had enough! You sealed the batteries, did away with SD card slots, made phones unbearably thin and large, started protruding camera housing, removed headphone jacks, made phones extremely fragile, and now tell us to embrace the notch. And before someone says "Vote with your wallet", millions have already given their wallets to these companies.
  48. 10 points
  49. 10 points
    Nope, actually it still is a toy, yep, even 7 years later, just a toy.
  50. 10 points
    So in your opinion, nazis and racism are good? Lol... man you are delusional... no idea what a Nazi it’s.