Looks like it might get patched in later but still WOW that's super lame. On the 360 I had audio running both through the HDMI and Optic so that late at night I could just toss on my Triton's without waking the household.
After a month with Win 8.x I'm not seeing a reason to go back to Win 7. I rarely ever see the metro screen since I launch everything either from the quick launch or Win+R. And at least with regards to application performance, I saw a non-trivial improvement with BF4's performance after going from Win 7 -> Win 8.1 (both 64bit versions, both pro).
Had to wait for a paycheque but finally subscribed. I'm glad there's a red shirt option as well since I've worn the original black one to it's threads. Also funny thing to note: wearing that shirt in a predominately gay neighbourhood (like mine) gets a lot of people asking you about HIV awareness and the whereabouts of your asian boyfriend.
My wife and I started with Dominion but it quickly got overtaken by Ascension for our game of choice. 4 expansions later and we've got to the point where we had to buy a motorized card shuffler to get through the deck. We also expanded on the point system by introducing our own 'gems' so that the games would last longer. So yeah it's a pretty good game. The iOS version isn't bad either though I'm still waiting for the Android version to come out.
Ha! I bought my wife the Wes Anderson book for Xmas already.
Interesting points made. I've been thinking about picking up a N5 but , for the most part, I'm OK with N4 and would rather put my monies towards other things (new consoles for one).
As much as I want an N5, the N4 is fine for me right now and I'm in the midst of dealing with XMas gifts, XboxOne+PS4 financing, replacing my N7 or looking at replacing my GTX680 with a GTX780 TI.
P vs Z was the first mobile game I ever really got into (waaay back on the iPhone 3G) so I'm glad to see that it made the Android jump relatively quickly. Between that and the Marvel themed Puzzle Quest the battery on my N4 has been burning pretty hot lately.
Whoah AWESOME. This might make my Bowers & Wilkinson C5's more usable, especially coming from a pair of Shure SE215s.
I've been using my office Mac Pro since 2008. This refresh is probably the happiest I've been during an Apple presser.
I'd be more excited for the Mac Pro if it wasn't $3000. My office gives us a choice between Apple or HP gear and I begrudgingly have to go with Apple since the HP options are TERRIBLE. I've been using the same Mac Pro since 2008 so I was hoping that this year I could finally get an upgrade but with that price tag I don't think it's in the books.
Aviate sort of sounds like Chameleon but with a more cohesive UI.
It's... OK I guess. I really appreciate the layout and how it incorporates that into the reading experience but as to the story itself... Eehhhh it's not something I clamour for when I see at it on Wednesday.
Star Command looks like a slightly more involved FTL which makes it a *must buy* for me.
I believe the Canon EOS-M is going for $350 with two lenses right now. It's near the end of it's life and it's not certain that the refreshed model will ever make it over here BUT with the EF adapter you can use any Canon lens on it. Also while it got a lot of harsh (but justified) reviews when it first came out almost all of the problems have been sorted out with firmware updates.
Kudos to the Tested team for finding cool sh!t to cover.
I've always wanted to replace the eyecup on my camera but seem to remember it when I'm making an order.
++ for Shadowrun.
Pre-roll ads are the new fake outtakes.
So I can just as easily use it from my Linux devices or blackberry (yes I am one of those).
Rock on my Enterprise brother. Rock on.