I use Nexus Flashlight. It requires access to the camera, and the ability to keep your phone from going to sleep. Nothing else.
That plus their network being horribly hacked, plus the root kits they used to do on their CD's, plus every other horrible thing sony has done is enough reason to never buy anything with a sony label.
When I left my last job, I changed all passwords on the system. Each team member that would be taking a responsibility from me got their own unique password. I then set every system they needed access to to that password.
So they knew if they were logging in to a system that was now under their control, the password would be X. That also encouraged them to change the passwords asap so I wouldn't know them.
Lastly, I changed all root passwords to randomly generated 14 character passwords and provided that list to my boss to do with as he pleased.
This way my 'passwords' were not known (just in case I accidentally had password reuse in my personal life) and their new passwords were consistent and in their possession before I left on my last day.
I only have windows to play games on....So if your telling me my next PC can play all the games I want and not require me to play for a operating system I'm all excited!
You can fully be driving with care and attention and not know why a cop pulled you over. It could be anything. Maybe he wanted to warn you that the road is out ahead...
That's what I think!
My new car has made it worse. With touch screens, full on maps, strange menu systems, etc. It's basically a computer I now have to navigate by sight because I lost all my nice buttons and dials.
I worry about high stress in video games and losing the whole location.
I can force down on a thumbstick during a car chase in GTA V and not worry about exact position, just push up and my fingers tell me I've reached the edge of motion because the stick stops moving. I don't think this will translate well at all....
I'd help write bug reports and such. Same reason I'd want a beta device.
I know they said they will, but just do it already.
I'm looking to build a new HTPC. I have decided I was going to build a system powerful enough to do linux gaming and run plex on my TV. Just give me steamOS and I'll gladly use it (as long as I can still do my media center applications aka plex or something equivalent that works with my roku box).
Their attitudes to open source is only a small part of why I moved away.
When I first started deploying linux in my professional life it was debian. I moved to ubuntu because it was easier and just as powerful. Eventually my employers worried about support and ubuntu's costs are very high. So we moved to redhat, which gave us support, but also vendor support for 3rd party products. This caused me to really learn Redhat and thus I started building my vapps with centOS so that the tools and commands were similar.
This made a natural desktop switch to Fedora make sense.
I was taught to leave it in gear so I could move if someone was going to rear end me.
My father also made me spend a lot of time on a hill learning to use the clutch, brake, and gas at the same time. It was frustrating, but I value the skill today when I drive a manual.
I also want to get rid of stereos from cars. Do you know how many times before cell phones I missed a green light because some guy was fucking around with his radio?
I get a phone call, Pull to the side of the road on a public street, and take tall call. Am I still driving?