But what about the big boy who started the little and often update fad?
Didn't they say anything about Chrome?
1918 posts • joined 11 May 2007
Didn't they say anything about Chrome?
>> Maintaining a large music library looks a lot less attractive when Spotify, rdio, Pandora or Apple's own iTunes Radio and Beats Music put millions of songs a couple of clicks away. <<
I have a friend who uses spotify. Whenever he's browsing his playlists for stuff for us to listen to there are gaps where music that he used to be able to stream is no longer available. I never have that problem with my large music library.
They're going caving in their pants? Extreme caving!!
Humans can have sex without "objectifying" each other. There's nothing wrong with an app that allows consenting adults to find sexual partners. I think the assumption that it requires objectification says more about you than it does about other people.
Yeah, you never struck me as someone who hits "preview" before "submit".....
I think it's an attempt to get people to post outraged comments....
Which Google chief? The one who said "If you have something that you don't want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn't be doing it in the first place" or the one who said "Google policy is to get right up to the creepy line and not cross it"?
Which one of them said this? "I actually think most people don't want Google to answer their questions. They want Google to tell them what they should be doing next."
Yeah, MS are definitely the big bad when it comes to privacy.....
If a windows machine comes anywhere near my girls I swear I'll do time!
If you're not happy with the limitations of Windows don't buy a Windows tablet.
>>not willing to adopt the almost imperceptible changes that came in the latest service pack<<
The search in 8.1 is shit compared to 8, that's a major pain to me as it was the way I launched everything that wasn't nailed to the start bar. Now I'm back to nosing around the program files folder to find things. With 8 you search Programs, settings or documents, in 8.1 it's keener on showing me links to websites than finding my programs.
I wouldn't call that almost imperceptible. I'd recommend 8 over 8.1 for precisely this reason.
Why use your phablet to look prattish when a simple bluetooth earpiece does the same job?
I know! A way of transferring money from my bank where I specify the exact amount! How old fashioned. Give me Direct Debits anyday, I trust all the companies I deal with implicitly!
All your really showing there is that you have no understanding of religion and you're crap at taking the piss. Just paraphrasing the same stupid "man in the clouds" comment is not satire.
Science is about how, religion is about why. They don't really overlap.
Well I found the wanker comment much funnier than the muggles one....
That's the reg hacks trying to get the freetards to bite. Got to admire how well they know their audience!
Indeed, who can work without translucent windows!
Guess it depends on whether you're 3 miles from home or 300. (If your car isn't electric, obviously.)
it's "set foot" or "stepped.
Well browse to a html compliance test site in IE 11 and see what is says. No belief necessary.
Not really. The problem is they notice it's IE, but not that it's IE 11. They then render a load of non-standard html that fixes problems on old versions of IE but break the new one because it's standards compliant.
... will be using this as an excuse to make their usual noises.
That's you that is.
But what about those who are using their old devices purely as Sonos remotes? Will they appear on your stats? Quite probably not.
In this case the issue is a vulnerability that was around for 2 years and could have led to certificates being stolen. If those certificates aren't revoked then patching the hole that leaked them doesn't make you secure.
Did you read the article?
It's like groklaw never went away!
..can I wipe it and put a PROPER linux on there!!!
Not many calories in that! Google's lunch would be much more filling....
Except none of the bodies you list in the first paragraph are companies. Google are not an "Independent, not-for-profit product safety testing and certification organization". Why do googletards like to make out that Google have everyone's best interests at heart?
..what are YOU going to do about it? Besides pound on the keyboard....
and if that permission changes? Apps need to gracefully handle things failing, whether that's because of a permission or some other error. There's no harm in checking first obviously, but that's no excuse for crashing if the call fails.
Oh, that's fine then. Carry on!
I'm not! If my memory serves me correctly....
I thought it was only wrestlers who made this mistake. Promise to never step into an iStore or promise to never set foot in an iStore. "Step foot" is redundant, a step involves a foot. I expect you hold down the fort as well...
I'm not arguing against anyone, I'm arguing against the nonsense catchphrase "Extraordinary claims" require "extraordinary evidence".
What makes you think I'm not calm?
No, they don't, they just require enough evidence to logically sway the argument. The idea that things outside our current thinking have to have special evidence is just another way of saying "I fear change". Damned data is still data, and ignoring it just makes you ignorant.
Besides, we don't have "evidence" of extra terrestrial life do we? Just sums and observations of the size of the universe that indicate it's extremely likely.
>> But I'm going to game this doge game for sure. <<
Before picking on typos in other people's posts you should learn how to construct a sentence.
Like I said, this forum isn't for kids. Name calling can get your post deleted, but it won't be because of the word cunt, it'll be because you're abusing someone.
So you can type cunt or fuck without fear of censorship. Would make the quote much more readable if it just had the swear words in....
on whether the thing you're making is just a video or if the act of broadcasting it to millions of fans, all who know nothing about the plot, is also part of the experience. I can see how a creator could consider this leak to be breaking something.
They doctored the feeds and changed the way that they worked for specific users. How does that fall under the Ts&Cs about data collection?
The article is about devices broadcasting a list of the last 15 wifi hotspots they've been connected to and how that can give people a good idea of who you are and where you've been. What's the relevance of this MAC address discussion?
and post a link then! Got cyanogen for it?
Presumably the server logs of the emails and texts would give us a good idea of who said what. The statement from the management saying "Through that process, it has become clear that Mr. Mateen sent private messages to Ms. Wolfe containing inappropriate content." seems pretty clear though.
Well tell us who then! Seriously, I'd like an alternative. One that appears on at least some of the checkout pages I visit.
There can be more than one scam. Classic "whataboutery".
They're called "public parking spaces".
You click on the picture of the desktop, or if you're not sure what it looks like, it's the tile with the word "desktop" on the bottom.
From the start screen type "cont", it's at the top of the list. Or click on "search" in the charm bar and type the same thing, though that's a bit more effort. If in two hours you hadn't found this I'm not sure Windows 8 is to blame.
It's a robotic lawnmower. It's more important to worry about how much power it takes moving and mowing than how many clock cycles or how much ram it needs to work out where to go next. What's in there, a ZX81?
What is a public parking space? You're allowed to sell your private parking space, so that'd be your drive presumably. This is what? Charging people to park in the street outside your house? Going out early and baggsying a public spot then agreeing to move for someone else for a fee? I don't get it, how can I be paid for letting someone else in to a public parking place?