It's a step in the right direction. You have to walk before you can fly. Cowards never die, they just fade away.
I wish I had mod points to vote this up.
No Rogers are our friends. Everything is awesome!!
lol of course posted by a coward. It's ok Mr. Troll, we don't want you here either, so something for everyone.
Allowing the police to decide which laws to enforce seems like a bad idea to me.
Pluto doesn't care what you call it. It's going to be around when you are dust in the wind. Oh and I don't care either.
It's too bad that such a nice car had to give it's life to get rid of one douchebag.
Good those things crap on my car.
Google wouldn't buy something in my opinion if they couldn't use it to make money off their core business, which is marketing your information to their customers. Note: You are not their customer. You are their product.
Has Anyone mentioned SQL Server Express? It's free and does not require a licence. It can work on multiple machines, but it does require a windows license of some form.
Last September Microsoft announced it would be purchasing Nokia's Devices and Services business. The terms have been worked out, the shareholders gave approval, and the regulatory issues were hurdled. As of today, it's official: Nokia's phone business is now Microsoft Mobile. The final price is around $7.5 billion, and 30,000 employees are transferring to Microsoft. "The purchase of the unprofitable division makes Microsoft the world’s second-largest maker of mobile phones with about 14 percent of the market, according to researcher IDC." Here's Nokia's official statement, and a rather more personal one from an employee. According to The Verge, "Nokia's Android handsets are the most intriguing part of the deal, as they shed some light on how Microsoft might approach the messy and complex nature of shipping devices that don't run the company's Windows software. The Nokia X introduces a new "forked" version of Android that’s akin to what Amazon does with its Kindle Fire line, but it also includes a Windows Phone-like UI and an Android store that's separate to Google Play. Microsoft has the chance to control another app store, but also a solid opportunity to push its own cloud-based services." One interesting note: Nokia's phone manufacturing plant in India is not part of the deal because of an ongoing tax dispute. Nokia will continue to operate it as a contract manufacturing unit for Microsoft.
Pass the tin foil please.
I've hated Intuit for years. They are bottom feeders.
Yes you just stick your fingers in your ears and say LA LA LA LA LA LA LA when they try to tell you.
HAHA Glassholes. I love it. You know damned well that everything recorded on the stupid glass thing is analyzed by Google. And then the NSA gets their hands on it. I'm not doing anything illegal so I don't care but it's the principle involved.