Don't Blame the Dev
As bad as the code may have been, you can't blame the developer. Who reviewed it - that's where the blame lies.
12 posts • joined 25 Aug 2011
Lets face it, it's the blockbuster films that suffer the most from piracy, and not the small independent film makers.
So instead of this stupid legislation, if they want to increase revenue, why don't they cut back on costs, like the ridiculous salaries paid to executives, producers and film stars.
In turn they can lower the cost cinemas play to show the films, and reduce ticket prices, meaning more people will go to see the film legally.
I find it hard to feel sorry for a industry that is so full of self indulgence.
I disagree with your view. I think price is the key factor.
Like it or not the fact is the ipad is the benchmark by which everyone sets there standards, and there is no question that Android tablet manufactures are trying to match the specs provided by the ipad. Unfortunately even if they do match the specs, because they aren't cheaper consumers, will go with what is the seen as the benchmark device.
I haven't seen a android device that can do anything a ipad can't (with the exception of some geek features, that only geeks care about)
If android tablets were significantly cheaper, then consumers would most likely opt to save £150-200 and go for the cheaper device (for evidence just look at the excitement around the Kindle Fire, despite a lack of UK release)
Reminds me of that Red Dwarf episode
"Archaeologists have discovered what they believe to be the first page of the bible, which says "To my darling Candy, all figures portrayed in this book are entirely fictional and any resemblance to any person, living or dead is entirely coincidental"
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