It. Is. Science!
Seriously, if I see or hear anyone playing this on the train home, I’mma lean over and start making the opposite sound effect to the one he is. Or, y’know, something.
Not free, mind you. Just saying. Which, really, is kind of the final injustice for the target audience of this app. They can’t get a girl, but are too proud (or too ashamed) to pay for female companionship “in real life” (as it were)…so here’s an app where they can pay for virtual female companionship instead, in the form of a long-distance Facebook relationship.
That’s like…I can’t even…I mean…how do you…gah!
Honestly, I think Switched was just looking for an excuse to post a photo of a possibly topless Miranda Kerr.
I don’t get you, PlayBook. You’re supposed to be this genius idea, a tablet revolution, and yet the iPad 2 has you beat in most respects. Sure, you look nice, but what can you do? You run QNX, an opreating system that is far too obscure and too late in the game to compete well in the modern tablet market. And how many apps even exist for it? None? Next to none?
So what do you do? You gain the ability to use Android apps too! But wait…you can’t run them natively; you run them in an emulator that they have to be specially re-compiled for! And you don’t support apps built for Android 3.0, which are tablet-friendly apps.
Why even run QNX at all, PlayBook? Why not just go Android, and do it better than anybody else on the market? What are your makers thinking? Explain yourself!
Sandboxing is a grand little security concept and a great way to make your Windows experience — especially your internet browsing experience — just that much more secure. It’s good, solid protection against malware and virii.
the Borg YouTube. You will be assimilated centralized. Your biological and technological distinctiveness functionality will be added to our own linked from and embedded within our own. Resistance is futile.
In other words, YouTube’s Create site brings together all the major “make your own animated video online” services together in one convenient hub, enabling you to quickly throw together content and add it to your YouTube channel.
Because that’s what you always wanted, right?
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