So where can I change my default browser in Firefox OS?
So what are the other search providers doing? Complying with French law or ignoring it? Believe it or not, Google is not the only search provider on the Internet. If others are complying, are they wrong to do so? Or are they right?
I'm not driving an EV during a snow storm at night..... The draw from the headlights, defroster and wipers and the batteries being weakened by the cold? EVs are fine for warmer climates, but nor the cold.
Learning to code may limit what the "idea person" thinks is achievable. It teaches to "color inside the lines". An "idea person" should challenge coders, not accept limitations taught in school.
Not driving, no windows, in motion and potentially reading? That all adds up to motion sickness. (Time up up my stock in Tums!)
"Fly me to the supermarket.... I need to buy some milk."
"Fly me to the supermarket.... I need some milk."
Isn't that a clever use of resources!
... before someone tries to marry a chimp?
Life imitating art.
New submitter futuristicrabbit writes: Networking company Ubiquiti Networks violates the GPL, but not in the way you'd expect. Not only did the kernel shipped in their router firmware not correspond to the sources given, but their failure to provide the source led to a vulnerability they created being unpatched long after its disclosure. They're maintaining the appearance of compliance without actually complying with the GPL.
And how will this will help global warming?
More natural resources to exploit and then wonder why the environment is changing!
How long until we start hearing stories about stolen iPhones along with stolen severed fingers?