8 posts • joined Wednesday 31st October 2012 09:37 GMT
You are right. I am using both the Z10 and the Z30 for my work.
The Blackberry phone is extremely secure. Android apps run in what we can call their own sand-box if you understand my description. All apps allowed to run on the Blackberry device must be approved and authorised by Blackberry.
I will not abandon using Blackberry phones. The enterprise I work for is using Blackberry phones for any type of business where security is important.
I have been using a Z10 since it came out. There have been a number of update of the OS. So-far I have had excellent results with the phone and like it a lot!
I am running a number of Android apps in the Z10. They have to be what they call, "side loaded". They work very well.
I am considering the Z30 to have a slightly larger screen. My question would be is if it is worth the extra cost for this.
Re: BB's saviour?
From the many articles that I have been reading over the last year, it seems Google is making their tons of money by selling user demographic information. When using their operating system, their web pages, and their mail services they are collecting user information. This information is based on what they have viewed on their computer screen, the searches they made, and the purchases they made. They gather all of this through the usage of cookies, and when using their services.
The information they gather is demographic only. At the most they can know is the computer itself as a hardware device, but not more than that. They are not interesting in our names and the exact address where we live. When considering the billions of searches and views from the many hundreds of millions of users, it would not be practical by any means to know exactly every person individually.
If users were to absolutely object to allowing demographic information to be collected, we would end up having to pay for every decent web page we visit. The web page operators have to have the income from their web sites to be able to earn a living and pay their expenses. Otherwise there would be no good quality services on the net.
Kettle Look Like Hitler?
Maybe I'm a bit dumb...
I don't see how this kettle resembles Hitler in any possible way. Is it the slant of the handle? Many people of today have the same type of hair wave in the front of their forehead.
There is a series of kettles being made that the body of the kettles each have the face back and front of famous leaders in history. Some of them were terrible people. Maybe this is being mixed up from that series of kettles?
I am a heavy Blackberry user. I did not notice any outage. I use my phone for email, web based applications, scheduling, and etc throughout the day. I use my phone for both personal and work.
Maybe this outage was not global???
I hope any browser that will browse cached web pages will at least display a warning showing the internet connection is lost! Not knowing the connection is down can cause some frustration when the user has to access it.
MS Browser IE with Windows Operating System
Something I cannot understand...
I don't see the big deal in having Internet Explorer installed with Windows or any other programs that comes with Windows. The user can still go out on the net, and download and install any other browser or program he wants. Windows does not block any other browser or programs from going in.
When I install Windows on any computer I find IE a convenient starting point. I then install Chrome and Firefox because I like them. I end up using all three browsers. I found some have weak and strong points for different approaches in how I like to cruse the net, and use the user groups.
Taxes For News Site Searches!
Everyone is over taxed to begin with. Once this type of thing starts with an open service such as usage of the net, then it will never end.
Google should simply remove all the France web sites to show them how the loss of millions of visits will affect them. Then they can think about this. The losses will reduce the value of the advertizing revenue that they presently have.
Soon will will be taxed for sitting on a park bench or simply taking a walk outside on the street!
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