I'm operating under the assumption that this is not some marketing gimmick and Apple is really concerned about the privacy of its user base. If this is the case, I'm happy to keep using Apple. I was going to hold off on updating to iOS 8 but, methinks I will upgrade after all. The old adage, "You have nothing to worry about if you haven't done anything wrong" is just plain wrong. With the misconduct of police and prosecutors, I want to be secure in my effects.
It's a shame that the idea is not feasible. There is an awesome amount of energy that could be tapped from the ocean.
I have a degree in Criminal Justice and started a career in technology but it was hard start back in 2003. I do okay for myself now but I would probably command more money had I had a STEM degree.
Yes, I am an Apple fanboy and use their stuff. But, I find that Apple is just as guilty as Microsoft in "embrace, extend, and close" They essentially did this with Darwin. Sure their are parts of Darwin that are open source but a lot of the add on stuff is closed up. I would think it would be advantageous for Apple to open Swift up.
So people can request certain fast lanes and AT&T can simply deny them under some litany of legalese? I think not!! Net neutrality was a founding principle of the internet and it should be here to stay. Fuck AT&T and it's joke alternative!
I'm surprised that the Pixma has that kind of power that it can run Doom. It's a pretty funny hack actually.
I'd like to see this system implemented in The States. It basically circumvents the school yard bully from stealing lunch money from would-be victims.
The Uber drivers refusing to pickup passengers is a big example of market forces in action. It doesn't take an act of government to necessarily effect change. Uber needs its drivers so that it can turn a profit. Uber's drivers ultimately determine the financial success of Uber. Uber can threaten and cajole all it wants but when the day is said and done, no pickups mean angry customers and no revenue.
I really like pfsense. It is FreeBSD based and very easy to setup. See http://www.pfsense.org/
Honestly, it's time to give up this embargo. It's antiquated, outmoded, and even a little bit hypocritical. We don't have an embargo with China and China is a communist nation. What could it hurt to drop the embargo?
Wow, that sucks but it's very funny! It would have been funny had the tables been turned as well. If it had been Apple paying the NFL and the NFL commentators calling the devices a Surface, it would be just as funny if not more so.
I'm not a great fan of passing additional laws but this one is just good consumer protection. On the other side of the coin, businesses should be able to have comments that are just ridiculous removed as there are some people you just cannot please, no matter what.
We need more competition in thr ISP market again,
the Nigerian 411 scammers is to simply give yourself the following test: "If it's too good to be true, it most definitely is." No one in their right is just going to wire several million dollars into your account in exchange for a small transaction fee. The best thing to do is just delete these emails. Or, if you feel intrepid, it might be fun to bait them along for a little bit.
The autoplay feature is very annoying! Here's to hoping that Facebook gets its collective head out of its ass and rectifies the situation.