Yeah you run it on a VM. Everyone's using VMs all the time now, right?
If people don't want to use it then nobody else can force them. Or care, come to that. I'll continue to use it no matter how specious the arguments for not using it become.
Yes but that's an even stupider name.
Realizing there's a commercial opportunity to take advantage of, you mean?
Frustrating. I had to setup a friends iPad to connect to a network, couldn't easily tell if I was typing upper-case or lower-case for each character. Took a couple of attempts before realising that the keys don't change case on the screen keyboard.
This is a fair statement. Although I must chip in to state that the off-line gmail app for Chrome does a really nice job to cover that gap.
The Christian Right are just harmless buffoons. ISIS are murderous fucks just need to die, already. That's it - nothing more to talk about. Shitty Muslim death-cult with nothing to offer, going nowhere fast.
This is a great solution. I'd have to add that Plex supports sync into whatever cloud system you have as well. You select which content you want duplicated and it takes care of the rest.
I did the same as the original poster, converting lots of VHS and other dead media as best I could. Installing Sickbeard, NZBGet, Couch Potato, Headphones and a torrent server it's become quite a thing to behold. Using Plex with a couple of Chromecasts around the house really makes things easy. Chromecast and Plex get along with each other in a brilliant way. Best $35 ever spent. Even with the Netflix, HBO Go, iPlayer and a ton of other apps that just work.
Do you think the number one is unlucky, or something?
Android's version numbers are for developer use only; everyone else uses the name, just like they do with Windows.
Microsoft doesn't have a hold on the "one" name, because next to nobody has heard of the "xbox one" outside of the gaming/tech community, whereas nearly everyone has - or knows someone who has - an Android phone.
We're not there yet; some people are going to pay Â£600+ for the iPhone 6 rather than Â£150 for the Moto G2. Many people are still on small, silly screens and could do with a larger one now they've got their head around the idea of having a smart phone. They all could do with 2 or 3 gigs of ram instead of 1 or less.
Those $100 phones are designed for india; they're not going to gain any traction outside of there because it's just cutting 2 or 3 corners too many, but certainly I can see Â£150 being a sweet spot where people who don't want quad core/a huge screen/battery don't pass.
They know that ALL their users are U2 fans. Every. Single. One.
And from this point on, if someone says they bought an iPhone you can say to their face that they are U2 fans, even if they deny it. Because Apple SAYS they are U2 fans, and to them that is the word of their god.
Got any figures from the last 6 years?
For some smaller, less financially significant countries it's possible that Google would just have no official presence, forcing users to just use their
This sort of thing is the reason why companies launch later in Germany etc than elsewhere. Generally you have a product and you just sell it but some European countries (France is another one) have all these stupid little "we're special...and we don't understand the internet" rules which mean you have tedious unproductive meetings, then set up phone numbers etc before the end users can actually use your products/services.
They're agreeing that Google use their personal data, but there's no suggestion they're going to get paid for it. The "payment" is that Google provide them services, without any support. I'm sure people can provide paid support for them but I'm not sure why Google should be the first company in the world to pay people to help other people use their (Google's) services?
All that ham nerd stuff was probably meaningful once, but is there a single good reason why people can't broadcast whatever they want? I mean, sure, stick within allocated frequencies, don't bleed over other ones etc, but check out the rules - they're hilarious. Are we still worried about political subversion and Russian spies?