If Comcast is in the wrong here, and it wouldn't surprise me if they were, this guy is gonna be able to come in to a whole lot of money. Both from Comcast and his former employer.
I'll pick the one that leads to unscrupulous employees getting fired as quickly as possible. Escorted outside immediately by those very same guards.
All the same, internal or not, why would a guard have access to sensitive and classified internal Google data? If they do, someone needs to rapidly fire whoever is handling information security and replace them with someone competent.
What kind of idiot gives physical security staff access to private systems they don't need? Access controls are paramount for something like this. Guards shouldn't be given access to anything that isn't directly required by their position.
Are you high? Milestone 11 doesn't exist yet. It probably hasn't even been frozen yet. The most recent Milestone release is 10, which has worked flawlessly with my N7-2012, Netflix included.
How? CM already doesn't have GApps by default since at least CM7, because Google put a stop to it. You can't stop people from flashing GApps to a CM running device.
Then why did they throw a shitfit when they found out CM actually did bundle GApps early in it's lifespan? Ever since CM7 (So far as I recall, could be as early as 6), you have to flash GApps seperately or else the system is somewhat useless initially. That didn't used to be the case, nor is it with any CM edition devices like Oppo's N1 or the OnePlus One.
You do know that so long as you're running AOSP, even the compiled images that Google releases, so long as you can enable developer settings, mock locations can be enabled. You can do it from any Nexus, Moto X/G/E, and CM device. And even CM has Developer Settings disabled by default. So you can't really start complaining about Google not allowing fake geolocation, you just have to be less of an idiot to enable it.
They're still just a voip provider. You try taking a Sprint phone to them and they'll turn you out the door. Doesn't matter if they're riding Sprint's network. They won't let you use a phone without their firmware, which is only available for a scant few phones.
Republic Wireless isn't a cell carrier, they're a voip provider. If they were a real carrier, you'd be able to bring a GSM phone to them for use. You have to buy RW's phones to use their serivce, because the ROM they use has baked-in RW voip functionality.
But are you going to be foolish enough to risk undervolting the card?
Um, on the high end of the spectrum, a pair of 6-pin PCIe power connectors are still needed. Even with the 970.
They shouldn't bother with XP upgrades, period. Let the dinosaur die already.
You didn't do your research, huh? They're not actually going to go back to Wind'ohs.
It's not that they're fucksticks... Well, no more than usual. The Nexus 5 just doesn't have the frequency bands that Verizon requires for their network. Hardware limitation as opposed to a carrier limitation.