...Wozniak said the biggest obstacle with the growing prevalence of technology is that our personal devices are unreliable.
"Little things that work one day; they don't work the next day," he said enthusiastically, waving his hands. "I think it's much harder today than ever before to basically know that something you have ... is going to work tomorrow."
Reciting an all-too-common living-room frustration, Wozniak told a story about the countless hours he spent trying to troubleshoot his media player, called Slingbox.
This was after he said that one day things work and the next they don't...
Exactly. The article never said that he DID in fact figured it out <-- correct --> just says he spent many hours trouble shooting.
I used the Apple TV as a reference product to (Slug TV) or was it Slime TV? Point being if it was Apple TV maybe he would not have spent all those worthless hours, (trouble shooting) - hence maybe his comment about technology would be different.
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