A MAC whitelist provides exactly 0 additional security. Worse, people like you think they are secure when in fact they are not, making it less secure in practice.
Windows 95 ran in 4MB, although 8MB was recommended.
The single-core performance of the A8 is actually higher than that of the Snapdragon. So while it's faster in a multicore benchmark it's going to be slower in actual real-life use. Especially if you take into account how inefficient Android is.
It works flawlessly in Safari too. (Safari 8.0 on OS X 10.10 Yosemite).
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This was to be expected, Adobe's biggest asset with Flash was it's authoring tool and the millions of people who are familiar with it. No one cares *how* the content they made is played back . In the end the flash plugin is irrelevant.
Not as seamless and my wife's iPhone, but close enough for me
And not as long either, Google only provides updates for 18 months. If you buy a phone on a 2 year contract (as many people do) and you get the new Nexus the day it is released, you still have 6 months in which you will not receive (security) updates.
Probably because of all the lawsuits that IMDb would file over that.
Yeah, maybe HP should shut down and give the money back to the shareholders. Right ?
No, you do it like apple, ask it when the app uses it first, that way the user can place the request in context. If you click on 'upload photo' in a social media app and it asks for permission to access your photo's, you know that makes sense and grant permission. If a calculator app asks the same when you start it, you know something's fishy. Asking upfront is the dumbest thing ever, the user hasn't even started the app once so has no way of knowing if the requested permissions make any sense.
How is Netflix supposed to "connect directly"
By paying Verizon shitloads of money for 'fast lane' access, duh.
Eh.. the author of the app can select which countries to publish in, what does Apple have to do with it if it's not due to a regional restriction ? Why was the author unable to just tick 1 checkbox ?
And that's basically an electric version of the Solex from 1941.
Is it just me or does that sound a lot like a Heisenberg Compensator ?
Beam me up!