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Comment: Re: Is it the phone or the stupid stuff installed (Score 1) 484

by Redbehrend (#49556661) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: What Are the Most Stable Smartphones These Days?
If you have ATT or Verizon, buy the international variant Android That supports 4G. No bloatware or issues super stable, lower bill and if you download dumb apps you can reset it. 9 out of 10 times it's the apps/bloatware when it comes to android. I have run GPE, and debloated roms for months without any restarts, when i do restart its for a uplate, backup or rom.. G3 G4 and G5.

Comment: Re: Journalists being stonewalled by Apple? (Score 1) 269

by Redbehrend (#49340157) Attached to: Developers and the Fear of Apple
Every time I say something bad about apple on Slashdot I lose rep lol. But there are true points in fact I just had someone tell me over beers how they were going to release their new app on apple first because they had problems with apple in the past when they went android first. Will it change anything? no idea...

Comment: Re: Economics (Score 1) 148

by Redbehrend (#49339935) Attached to: First Nuclear Power Plant Planned In Jordan
I agree with nuclear energy done right. The problem is corners are cut to make more money. Corners in construction, maintance, parts and disposal. We just lost our plant because the tubines one of the most expensive parts were prematurely failing because corners were cut and false claims were made. I'm afraid of them just adding to the tally of sites to give it a bad name.

Comment: Re: Space Czar (Score 3, Interesting) 59

by Redbehrend (#49306925) Attached to: Report: NASA May Miss SLS Launch Deadline
Deadlines ruin projects, NASA is known to never make a deadline lol. Musk doesn't have the greatest record but when he does hit the milestone there is some extra. Example rocket landing at sea created the new ocean launch\landing pad program with automation research, docking, etc.. That will help more than just the rocket landings.

Comment: Re: Why do the tax payers have to pay for all this (Score 1) 106

by Redbehrend (#49107489) Attached to: ISS Crew Install Cables For 2017 Arrival of Commercial Capsules
Space-x is changing the industry for good. They are only dealing with Boeing because it was required by NASA. Now these companies are more scared then ever with new private companies popping up doing the same more effectively. Hopefully they change their tune... These companies forget the god their principle KISS in science and engineering. Lol BTW I don't hate them I just dislike that their interest is all based on contacts even if they hurt us.

Comment: Re: Bye Apple products (Score 0) 128

by Redbehrend (#49091207) Attached to: Apple Patent Could Have "Broad Ramifications" For VR Headsets
Apple gives back nothing they only take... What open source projects is apple giving away that matter? What technologies are they funding for the public? The answer is pretty much none... They hurt tech more than they help it. Google might be the "tracking" devil but at least they give back... I think even Microsoft gives back more with their coding camps, contests and challenges. Don't you think one of the most valuable "tech" companies should be leading tech not following it?

Comment: Re: New TLDs will hopefully end this practice (Score 2) 175

by Redbehrend (#49007547) Attached to: The Man Squatting On Millions of Dollars Worth of Domain Names
Squatters are scum IMO. They target companies, people, names and pre-register names by looking at startups / new companies hoping to hold it hostage for thousands when they bought it for $3. IMO if you don't have a related name or business you shouldn't own it. Not to mention I've dealt with some and they are complete a-holes. Asked for one for $100 they bought for $3 dollars and showed zero visitors in the past year and guess what. They offered to go from $5,000 to $3,000 then get told to accept it or get lost.

Comment: Re: You're not supposed to ask that (Score 1) 223

by Redbehrend (#48983987) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Gaining Control of My Mobile Browser?
It is BS, most common reasons people's androids have problems.
No self control
Downloading crap I dunno how they found.
Customizing things they don't understand
Thankfully Google is listening, changing and hiding stuff better. Fixing Dev options, unknown sources amd the new lollipop has simple settings and advanced which is nice.

Comment: Re: Create a $140 billion business out of nothing? (Score 1) 458

by Redbehrend (#48948467) Attached to: How, and Why, Apple Overtook Microsoft
I agree people jump on Apples knob without knowing the facts like Apple invented nothing really, they buy all their features and tech. Steve even said this himself... Apple pays to control its image like a big bully and give us nothing. Do you see them at conferences talking about new theories or tech they helped develop? Nope... What new feature do they have that no one else uses? None.. Why do they still make their base model 16gb when memory is super cheap? Why do they only give you 5gb of icloud space when everyone else gives you 25gb+? iTunes is still the most expensive store out of most of the internet... How about that special cord for 30 bucks that costs .50 cents to make. Androids not perfect.. at least they are trying to help with open source, contests, now they are creating branches for none phones that you can use for free on your projects. Anything you do with apple they try to sue you or take 60%. I don't hate apple hardware I hate apple as a company because they give nothing back and treat everyone like a wallet.

Comment: Re: Government Intervention (Score 1) 495

The biggest problem is the big ISP companies "block" the compition. Verizon is about to get sued again because they help block companies like google and now they decided they aren't going to run fiber anymore. That's how your "free" market works lol

Now we are stuck with giant walls of legislation that they created to profit off of. Same with our cell companies, its pretty sad...
Just wait till the merger shits really gonna hit the fan.

Comment: Re: track record (Score 1) 293

by Redbehrend (#48935399) Attached to: US Air Force Selects Boeing 747-8 To Replace Air Force One
Boeing is unamerican, I should know I've worked with them. They are cheap, they bully and push, bribe and dont learn, they had to be completely hacked 6 times just to decide to spend some money on their 20 year old network. This is a company that makes billions. I can guarantee they made a secret deal to get it.

The degree of technical confidence is inversely proportional to the level of management.