Verizon screws with Skype too. I was trying to run Skype at a friend's place. The latency was terrible, making the program unusable. So I fired up a connection to my VPN service, which in theory should increase the latency, because it is an extra hop. Running through the VPN fixed the problem, and I could use Skype.
For example, gallstones. My risk is 6.2%, where avg risk is 7.0%. Not bad, I have a lower chance.
If you think that "23andMe" can detect a 0.008 difference in the probability of your getting gallstones based on a genetic test, then you have been duped. The studies that 23andMe use to estimate these values are not nearly accurate enough to make these kinds of statements. That sort of statement has not been validated, and that is part of the FDA's problem with these scams.
It would have been nicer if Mozilla had chosen one of the multiple open source html5 engines out there.
Another good reason not to use Java
When I saw that my N900 had an xterm installed by default, I knew I was in love.
How open is this Jolla phone? Do I have to jump through hoops to get root? Does it use a standard packaging system with repositories?
Link to Original Source
The point of the question was not to find an "NSA-proof" (as you said) hosting provider. The question should have asked for a provider that is not on the PRISM list, a provider that does not funnel data to the NSA by default.
Dreamhost was the closest thing I found so far. However, no VOIP, and no public-key server that I know of.
What actually is a complete hosting provider?
A close example is Google. Google provides email, web, webmail, domain, XMPP, VOIP, all available from a single gmail login and manageable from a web interface.
No, I do not want to just rent a server from someone else, and set up and manage all this stuff myself. I want to pay for it, but I would like some competition, I do not like to send everyone to Google.
I realize that not every client will need or want all these services when I first set them up. Some clients will only use half the services ever. But having them easily accessible to the customer from a single provider if/when they need them has real value.
To get my email/web/webmail/domain/VOIP/public-key/XMPP/VPN hosting I have to deal with five different service providers. Where are the complete hosting providers? The absence of competition in this area drives many to Google, making data siphoning easy for the NSA.
Why has hosting not advanced in the last 10 years? Where are the hosting providers that make end-to-end encrypted email/web/VOIP/XMPP easy and automatic for all my clients?"
0.21 Coulombs would give you a very good shock.
You seem to know alot about this device. Where did you get all this info?
I love the python phone/sms/gps libraries that I have in my N900/Maemo device. I don't suppose Sailfish still has that?
Let me also point out that Cyanogenmod has now built in the ability to upgrade/update by a few simple clicks on your phone's interface. It really rocks.
I have installed Cyanogenmod on a couple of devices that the phone maker stopped supporting long ago. I get all the new yummy android stuff without buying a new phone.
I can see this as a large selling point for companies who want to keep their devices up to date with security patches.
I'm holding onto my N900 for the forseeable future.
I would be willing to pay several thousand for one with larger screen, some more up-to-date packages, a faster processor, etc. However, nothing like that exists apparently. The fact that I can make this phone do almost ANYTHING that my desktop computer can (plus make phone calls!) means that I'm not giving it up for a while.