It doesn't look like this will affect individuals who just want to use Google's services, only business users.
I pay way less than $100 per month for my Android phone, and that includes unlimited voice minutes, SMS, MMS, and data. And I'm in the US. I'm on Boost Mobile paying $40 per month, which is soon to be $35 per month. I'd hardly call that expensive.
Boost Mobile has three Android phones. They may not be top of the line, but they're a good selection. I have an Android phone on Boost and I love it.
Are you on drugs?
Your mind just hasn't been the same since the electro-shock, has it?
You type like I drive.
sudo: 3 incorrect password attempts
Nope, Debian's version of Firefox is still called "IceWeasel".
That seems rather odd, considering they're mostly targeting Windows users. Bug #1 is about Microsoft.
Glad I wasn't the only one who thought this when reading the title...
But that's the thing. WinZip isn't freeware. Try IZarc if you want something that really is freeware.
Even so, a lot of people may expect these new netbooks to run their x86 software because it looks, acts, and feels like a small laptop.
The second amendment is about militia members having the right to bear arms.
Widescreen sucks, especially for software development, where you need more vertical space, not less.
The name "Apple Cinema Display" kinda demonstrates that all Macs are good for is watching and making movies.
Too late. Microsoft beat you to it. http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/Disclosures
There is no humour in the US, just humor.