Not half of the OS market. Half of the mobile OS market. Globally, it has around 15% of the smartphone market share.
And gorillas are black. Of course the algorithm isn't racist, but was probably developed and tested mostly by white males.
Yeah, like Slashdot. For some reasons that "disable advertisement" box always revert to uncheck after some time.
Probably not. Mobile IE is therefore too for those who likes ads.
how do you know they only had one kid during those three years?
but are they available on the most popular Safari browser used, mobile Safari?
Still, developpers using Macs must not be greater than say, 10-20%.
As a 42 year old system engineer (*nix) I can say your inexperience is showing. There hasn't been a company I've worked for who didn't have a plethora of Macs in the hands of the developers, SysAdmins *and* managers.
So I guess you still live in your basement? There is a world out there. And Macs have very low adoption (single digit) within corporations.
Yeah, as long as you like ads, and don't care about your privacy, there is nothing wrong with Safari.
There is already no reason to use foreign gambling sites. If you need to setup a VPN or proxy, it's enough to convert 99% of the people to Lotto-Quebec.
which is that you need a license from Lotto-Québec to operate in the gambling buisness.
If we don't want to block foreign gambling web sites, we should also allow foreign lotteries to operate in Quebec.
Personally, if I wanted to play poker online, I would use Lotto-Québec, which I trust a lot more than an offshore company. How do I know they are not selling my hand to another player?
It could be to keep people into their ecosystem. For the same reason they run services such as Hotmail and give Windows 10 for free.
So they should sell Bing, not only Bing Maps.
that Bing maps is a failure, how will Microsoft compete against Google in the search business without maps? Will they integrate Google Maps results to Bing?
There is only one version of SSL still used. So soon enough, SSL will be legacy and all supported versions will be called TLS.