Even though I've owned a copy of IntelliJ IDEA for over a year, I still use Eclipse everyday for Java development. Latest version is great and the extensions available for it make it even better.
First thing I bought for my Galaxy S3 was a 4200 mAh battery, don't mind the larger size at all for double the battery life.
I love the radio show too, and it was a real treat when I got to see Simon Jones in a play in Minneapolis a few years back.
The FBI field office in Milwaukee has spent 10 weeks attempting to decrypt the hard drives without success, but have evidence that the suspect used a peer-to-peer file sharing service to exchange files with filenames "suggestive" of child pornography.
The suspect originally had until the end of the day today to decrypt his hard drives."
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Any reason why this over just LastPass?
How fast did their lawyers find that video that it only had 14 views on it when screenshotted, impressive.
Firefox Sync is pretty awesome if you use multiple computers, requires version 4 and above.
What's Netflix have to do with anything? Their app runs fine on my Evo 4g with Cyanogenmod 7.
Most people purchasing are using Windows, and most of those users will use the Steam key provided. I don't know if Valve will charge HIB for using their bandwidth or how any of that works at all, but most of the bandwidth costs are just running their server smoothly during the sale.
I picked up 16GB of 1600 DDR3 two days ago for $68 after Newegg Shell Shocker and promo code. I'd be fine with 8 GB but there's really no way to double it for only $35 more.
Because it actually provides context on how much better (or not how much better) that $1000 processor is. Plus, how many other desktop $1000 processors are out there to benchmark against? Certainly nothing from AMD.
I've got no horse in this race but not also calling the user side pathetically biased is a disservice to your argument.
Isn't the developer fee like $100 a year? That seems incredibly removed from tragic. Yes, a developer or team might spend some of their own money to develop an app or advertise it, but that money is going elsewhere, and not Apple (except for buying the required Macs to actually develop). So it doesn't seem like a casino to me, just inexperience or bad reading of the market.
Best Buy has 2TB Seagates for $75, 5900 RPM and five year warranties. Excellent deal right now.
Wait, iOS doesn't support widgets?
What year is this, again?