meanwhile everyone with an iPhone is now enjoying the benefits of multipath tcp.
Obvious troll is obvious.
Perhaps when I turn up I show my iPhone in a shocking pink bumper to Mr Security Guard. When I leave I show the same phone in the same bumper and the guard waves it through. Except that I switched a broken 16GB iPhone 4 for an 64GB iPhone 5
Except your new iPhone 5 won't fit into an iPhone 4 shocking pink bumper. At least not without some goatse-type stretching of said bumper.
Really, so what you are saying is Joe Windows user wouldn't pick this up easily. http://ubuntu-be.org/sites/default/files/UbuntuEnDesktop.png
No he wouldn't. First of all, that's an old version of Ubuntu. Second, "I can't get Photoshop installed! I'm double-clicking Setup.exe and it doesn't work."
This. Or NolaPro. Or KmyMoney. Or Gmoney. Or others.
Honestly, this, IMO, is the best example of why Linux on the desktop turns off so many people. Application names. People want to launch a Calculator, not KCalculator or GCalculator. And not Nautilus or Konqueror , but a fucking file browser. Shit, call it "Files" for all I care but make it at least somewhat descriptive.
I have been using Google services for as long as they've been available for me to use. My life has had absolutely NO negative effects because of this and no money has left my pocket. If I've been sold to other companies for marketing purposes then I sure as shit haven't seen it or felt it. I also have a Windows Live (or MSN, Hotmail, Outlook or whatever the fuck they're calling it now), email account that is almost entirely filled with spam/junk email from none other than Microsoft themselves. I cannot say the same for my Google account.
Microsoft and Google have been locked in a war of words over a YouTube Windows Phone app, but in the midst of the arguments a new Scroogled ad has emerged. Designed to be an internal-only video, a copy has somehow managed to find its way onto the web right in the middle of Google's I/O developer conference.
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Trust me, if I could convince them that wired mice are just fine for their jobs instead of wasting money on batteries for wireless mice, I would. It's an entitlement issue.