1. Google+ doesn't do ads
2. Google AdSense is pretty good at catching these "fake clicks"
WOW! Thanks for that
I was thinking about trying my hand at some android programming, and my only home "computer" is a asus transformer tablet
As everybody before me said, go for Pebble
I can't wait to try mine
Another option would be the watch that runs Android: Sony SmartWatch. See for yourself.
Anybody thought that the 2 minute delay might be caused by buffers and recompression to bring it down to cellphone quality?
Next thing you know, buffering will be labeled as pirating
Honeycomb 3.1 has the option to encrypt the whole filesystem. It failed initially on my Transformer, but I read somewhere that they fixed it.
I don't know what that means for access via USB to the SD card, but if you device has been turned off, the filesystem can't be accessed until you type the encryption password.
It's not the magic bullet, but it's an extra step
Depending on the period you want too keep it.
Backup to multiple destinations:
- external HDD/disks/tapes - initial cost, plus some cost to refresh it from time to time
- Online storage (Crashplan, SpiderOak, Amazon S3....) - will incur a monthly/yearly cost but it' usually very reliable.
Just mark it as unimportant, and next time you get it should not hit Priority Inbox any more.
My thought exactly
Openness goes both ways
You are absolutely right
Too bad it's one of the few things it does really good.
yup, you can set up these one application passwords, and you can delete them any time.
It's a little bit of a pain as you need to be in front of a computer when you set up a new connection to google from your device (to create the password).
The only problem I see so far is that password is not really connected to the application, so if you lose that password, it can be used to access you account
It should be really fixed to one application or service as much as possible.
Then don't use the 2 factor auth. It's a opt-in feature
My N95 is an amazing SIP device. The native SIP implementation means that a SIP call behaves exactly like a normal call. Just dial the number as usual, just choose internet call instead of voice call. It works over wifi and 3G, almost seamless.
As for NAT, I never had any problems with it. It has NAT transversal support.
As for cheap, you can always buy one second hand.
The pleasure of coax:It was enough to disconnect one cable and the full network would come down
You can configure this feature from the account or folder properties... It is called offline access.
I quite like Will Smith lately. He's a pretty good actor, able to deliver so many different characters.
Just look at movies like "The Pursuit of Happiness", "Seven Pounds", "I, Robot"