Thats good. For the most part it's just a buying holiday. Strawberrys that were 2.99 lb are now 6.99 for 4 with a drizzle of chocolate on them, mini roses that were 4.99 are now 10.99 with heart stickers, restaurants have overpriced specials...
If your not running an free os like Linux, Windows hardware will be much more affordable for the same hardware and performance level, no reason to pay for the Mac name. You can get all the same software for Windows vs Mac. Maybe until 5 years ago Mac was the standard for audio or video editing, that marketshare has since been slipping fairly fast. I tired Reaper, didnt really care for it.
Hopefully the US follows them one day. Ive had to root several tmobile phone just to get rid of all their junk Ive never used once I started running low on phone storage. One app would pop up after 7 days saying my phone had been on along time and I should reboot it soon, pretty useless. After the 5 tmobile apps I got rid of google plus, hangouts, drive smart, evernote, lookout security, a few streaming music services and a bunch more.
I would like a firefox captcha reading plugin
Just like cruise ships are registered all over the world, typically in countries with fewer regulations, whats to stop these space tourism companies from doing the same thing. If you can pay $100,000 or whatever for a quick trip into space, kicking in another $700 for airfare shouldn't be a deal breaker.
Most medical equipment Ive seen, even this year, still looks to be running XP. Everything from the front office computers, in room terminals to testing equipment like xray machine and imaging devices. Many retail stores still use XP on all their POS hardware, some smaller devices run xp embedded. Last time I bought tabs for my car, their system was running XP as well.
Thats what I was thinking. Many people I know had received new cards and the old ones deactivated. I guess even if 20% of these old cards are still valid, thats still a huge number. Some banks like Chase even have setup phones lines just to deal with target related calls. Myself, my card number was stolen from Harbor Freight Tools in October in a nation wide security breach.
One simple check box could have saved the computer industry including Microsoft hundred of millions in lost sales. - Windows 8- boot options: [ ] Metro OR [X] Desktop - Click OK to restart with the new settings
Most people running something other than IE with an ad block or script block most likely never would have had any problems. My boss still likes IE for whatever reason, needless to say Im at his computer every month or 2 removing spyware, viruses or a total computer hijacking (pay us 100$ to unlock this pc). Last virus he picked up was from an ad on msn.
It's not really a dual boot machine, just Windows with an android emulator. Amazon has had that for several years on their web site, they call it test drive, you can try android apps on your pc before you buy it.
We have tmobile and we have driven for hours on major freeways (interstates even) with either no service, or data service so poor its unusable. We have pulled into starbucks and mccdonalds many times to steal some wifi, get our messages and gps directions then be back on our way.
Yep, my old 100hd eeepc works for me. Built in keyboard that does not need to be charged or synced, several full size usb ports, a cheap last years model SSD makes it boot xp fast and give 5-6 hours of life on a 30$ extended battery. I have a full size laptop and several tablets but the old netbook still wins for size vs usability.
Since built in mics have been around much longer than built in webcams, no doubt they were hacked a long time ago. They have no way of alerting the users if they are active or not. Im sure many laptops, tablets, phones, game systems, cars electronics (like onstar & bluetooth) and even smart tv's have government spyware to record/monitor conversations and looking for keywords. Besides attaching a psychical switch yourself to a mic, not much you can do, a piece of tape wont help much.
You gonna replace an entire stage of musicians with a keyboard & samplers controlled by a sequencer ? Not at any show I'm going to. Not even on an album I would buy. Example # 1, great band from the Portland, OR area I videoed earlier this year. Plays mainly Jamaican inspired instrumental tunes - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4VdqsE1iE4 .
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