Me too, since the only reason they want you to use their router is in the first place is to price gouge with rental fees.
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Razer's keyboards have their own custom switches. The only real difference between them and Cherry MX Brown switches is that Razer's have a shorter actuation distance.
Yeah pretty much. I was using FF since forever. Now I'm like, "FF why are you such crap?"
So I recently switched over to IE, which offers more stability, a better UI, and equivalent or better performance.
Violence is the last resort of the incompetent.
The attitude of TFA is what investors felt for some time, until their latest conference call, when they put everyone's fears at ease and said, "Hey there is a method to this and this is it right here."
So no, Google isn't going anywhere.
Nadella's developer dance was making
You can't blame Microsoft for trying to catch up to the rest of the market and get a foothold.
Apple is wrecking any other company in the industry. $18B quarter earnings with a goldmine in sight is the sign of business genius. Most everything they come out with translates into money raining down from the sky.
So yes, they're really a genius. Ballmer was incompetent, but Apple is a powerhouse in the tech industry.
Well, they probably couldn't figure out how to Photoshop their way into space.
Well I don't know if that's fast or slow.
I'm an investor not a software security expert.
Google does something and they're called out for not doing that thing?
This isn't making any sense. Are we just getting upset at Google because Google?
I always heard that Rust was like a 3D printed gun. Nifty, if they can ever get it to work.
It's funny because you can't just mash some numbers together and be like, "FACTUAL STATISTICS!"
I think aging is a more easily solvable problem. 3D printed organs using your own DNA could replace sick ones. We can sequence out your DNA when you're young as a master copy and then constantly revert your body to it using viral vectors and introduction through stem cells.
I'd imagine the only real problem we're going to have is with maintaining the brain.
The rise of cancer is related specifically to the rise of life expectancy.
Live long enough and cancer will kill you; it's the primary obstacle in immortality.