Because Ubuntu Edge cost four times as much? $625 was a lot to spend on a product that hadn't even been built, especially from a company that has no previous record when it comes to hardware.
So this means both Sailfish and Ubuntu Phone can be installed on Android devices. This is an interesting development -- perhaps we're moving toward a PC-like standard for phone and tablet hardware?
"Antti Saarnio, chairman and co-founder of Jolla, told the BBC in May that MeeGo -- now called Sailfish -- had not been given enough chance to succeed."
Antti's brother, Prro Saarnio, disagreed.
Remember your home ec class? One of the lessons was to use a shopping list -- and stick to it -- in order to avoid impulse buys.
Well an online shopping cart is, for all intents and purposes, a shopping list. Looks like your home ec teacher was right all along.
While you could probably figure this out yourself by Googling my username instead of making a needlessly snarky comment, a company I previously worked for started yet another open source video editor, but eventually gave up due to the stability of the open source libraries it relied on.
On a bigger topic, this is the kind of software that would really benefit from having far more contributors.
There's dozens of open source video editors out there. For some reason the open source community values the quantity of choices over the quality of any one of them.
Switch to Google Voice. Aside from the call screening feature, it also automatically spam-filters your calls much like Gmail.
Initially I read that as "3DO had a slow start too," which is also true.
The Bart-SFO extension was a matter of politics, you can't blame the people who run Bart for that. You also can't blame the initial designers for not building the OAK extension, since OAK was a much smaller airport in those days (and had very few passenger flights.)
The train design was done by an aerospace company with absolutely no rail experience, which explains Bart's quirky design elements. But you can't blame Bart current management for construction contracts awarded in the 1960's.
One of the problems with that is that sometimes your real IP can leak out. For example, if you visit a page that installs the FBI's CIPAV malware, it will bypass Tor and report the real IP. If all traffic is routed through Tor by another device, this won't work.
There's a much easier way to to leak your IP over Tor -- use UDP. Or anything other than TCP, for that matter.
Funny that the people he duped to obtain some of the information are being relieved of their jobs (though not their lives, presumably), but the people participating in the overreach won't suffer any consequences.
The real question is how many other times these same NSA morons were duped by our country's actual enemies. Only a fool would believe Snowden was the first to come across all of this information.
Sometimes it's useful to look something up online, test a formula, or download notes so you can understand the material better and ask informed questions.
Regardless, it's less distracting if everyone's wifi just works (TM) than for students to be spending more time messing with their wifi configuration than listening to the lecture.
Programming them to recognize that stabbing someone is wrong is no different than programming them to claim stabbing is right. Simply change a 0 to a 1.
Given some of the atrocities in the news recently, I'm pretty sure that concern applies to us wet goo bag robots as well. But it's much easier to address systemic problems with a metal machine than an organic one.
"The company" in this case was San Francisco city hall. Local governments aren't exactly known for their IT prowess.
Amber CRTs are easier on the eyes...
That's what I thought until I got into Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Everything looked yellow for a week.