Yes. Except you can't turn it off. If you aren't running Enterprise or Server versions, when you set it to '0', the text basically says "fuck you, we are still taking your private data".
Yeah, I got lucky as well, as Rogers started having an annual 'sale' around when the new iPhone was released to get 6 Gb of data $30/month. Then, later, when Telus and Bell got together to build their GSM network, Bell also did it, and I jumped on that. Now, they've stopped doing it and for 6Gb of data, it's still around $60/month if you sign up now.
To much for "competition".
AC has been racist for a long time.
And the manufacturer will say "We did. That rubber bumper at the end of the gun isn't just there for show."
I'm not an alien.
You've watched too much Flintstones...
I'm pretty sure this exact report was created 10 years ago, and has been republished every year since.
Is it just a way to steal more federal funding for these "studies"?
The install base is screwed, and nobody wants to spend any money to improve the situation. Profits over everything else.
Yeah, you'll just have to wait for the aliens to arrive. They should have the technology capable of running it at 30 fps on a HD screen.
who wants a genetically modified truck?
This way you get to wait for Adobe to push out their fixes to Microsoft, to then incorporate and push out to end users as a update.
A real prophet gets his followers to kill the heretic...
How the fuck does a Chrome Extension gain access to EVERY keystroke on a Mac? It's not like managers and developers do everything in their browser.
It's a trick. That was actually the first 20 characters of the 2000 character Windows Activation Key. And remember copy/paste is for those Apple idiots.
Are you kidding me? The only parts of baseball that take several minutes are:
1) waiting for everyone to get ready for the next pitch. Because the batter just has to step out of the batters box, adjust his balls, rub his nipples, hitch up his shirt, work on rubbing out the lines showing where the batters box is, and then practice swinging the bat. Every single pitch.
2) when the teams switch from hitting to fielding
3) manager and/or player arguing over the last call from the umpire before being thrown out. For many games, this is the most exciting thing that will happen for the whole game.
4) the seventh inning stretch. Normally, the second most exciting thing that will happen for the whole game.
It you watch a daily sports news broadcast, they show all the exciting plays from all the games played that day. Normally, there are maybe half as many good plays in total as there are games played that day. And most of those are of guys getting thrown out at first.
That's not a "chamber". The correct name is "Dyson Sphere".