If you have a Windows 7/8.1 Home key, get the Home edition.. if you have a Win 7/8.1 Pro key, download the Pro edition.
If you're too impatient to wait for Windows update to tell you your rolling wave install is ready for installation, you can download the media immediately.
This, absolutely this.
I burned though 3 Lycosa keyboards (keycaps breaking, backlighting failing, USB misdetection) in as many months. Thankfully Amazon has a generous exchange program, which I ended up using.
Also, why the hell do I need to sign up for a fsckin account on their website for drivers which should have been included in the package in the first place!
As someone who just sold a Zenbook Prime for being an utter piece of crap, and the 3rd one returned, I beg to differ.
Why does Slashdot even bother posting Apple news? The comments simply fill up with Apple bashing, and major amounts of vitriol.
" If it's not Android, Linux or Open Source, it's crap. "
Terrorists attacking Terrorists.. oh the irony.
Languages devolve. Deal with it.
Really? Because PSN is free. The only thing I'm paying for is the games.
No Mr. Bond, I expect you to bleed! *psychotic laugh*
I've started calling it Windows X, an attempt to clone of Mac OS X.
No, not usually. The law is typically written to specifically exempt law enforcement and emergency responders.
It's pretty sad that situations like this lead down the road to a nanny state.. but the people texting and driving don't seem to realize they're the driving it in that direction.
Also, to the comments about the popo getting a free pass, in some places LEO's and emergency response are specifically exempted under the law to use their data terminals and conversely their GPS apps.
Sorry Apple.. but as much as I would love the iPhone 6 Plus, the fact that it still doesn't have a stylus input is a deal breaker for me. I'm eligible for an upgrade in two months. So it's either a toss up between a regular iPhone 6 or a Note 4.
Personally, I'm waiting for a good decentralized solution.
Hopefully Bittorent Chat will fit that.
As someone in the business of selling law enforcement equipment, I'll tell you right now, most of the body cams available for law enforcement are compete and utter crap.
Not only that, they don't have an effective back office solution to manage all that video. Sure you can dump the video onto a hard drive, but it needs to be indexed somehow so it can be searched for later by officer name, date, etc.
A few companies are trying to make body worn cameras that don't look like blair witch recordings, but at this point, there's still at least a year away before anything usable arrives.