You do know that OS X has been certified as a Unix operating system, right?
If you're speaking specifically about me, I do not use public WiFi for that very reason. That's what my 4G portable hot spot is for.
I do, that's what my 4G portable hotspot is for.
If they are providing public Internet services then if they are not an expert they should be paying someone who is.
Fair enough points and you could be correct, but I'm sorry if I do not trust your employer. I'm not really sorry per se but you know what I mean. Google makes it's money from ads. CM allows users to circumvent that. It's pretty simple math to me.
Sorry, kid. Contact wasn't published (I read the book, didn't see the movie) until I was graduating High School. I knew what Occam's Razor was long before that.
That was my first thought. Google either wants to kill it or neuter it.
Ever hear of Occam's Razor? The simplest explanation is a natural cross species viral jump, and that is pretty much what probably happened.
I voted against every County Council member who voted Yes, so yes I did vote no on both counts. I'm a huge Steelers fan but the Rooneys could afford to build their own damn stadium.
Bullshit. Here in Pittsburgh they held a referendum on the new stadium back when it was proposed. The people voted NO. So the politicos did what they called 'Plan B' and used funds from a recently raised (only in Allegheny County, mind you) sales tax to build it, by fiat.
Actually the NFL has some of the most entertaining commercials I see. I sometimes even watch them just because of that.
Yet Roger Goodell gets a $44 million/year salary. That does not really compute well for me.
Yeah, and maybe if it didn't cost $100 for a couple to buy tickets plus $8 beers and really bad $6 hotdogs your argument might make sense.
Oh I could not agree more. For me those specs would not work. The same goes for 'minimum' vs. 'recommended' specs on games. Sometimes, though, people on
The reason the specs have not changed is because CPUs and systems in general have been capable of doing most common tasks for at least 10 years. Are the use cases for extreme power? Yes. The submitter, however, makes it sound like it's a bad thing to be able to run on a wide range of hardware, including older slower machines. Are the minimum spec machines going to be able to run Crysis? Nope. Will they run Outlook, Work, and a browser? Yep. This is a non-story.