They are in everything that has to do with mobile technology. Want to boycott them? You have to go completely offline.
How many rooms? If the PRI is T1 and there are 24 rooms he is, technically, providing a dedicated line to each room. It's exploitation of the law, but technically he is correct.
hehe watch the TV series "silicon valley" by HBO.
Easy there, union guy.
I said I agreed with the previous post. I'm not anti union. And I'm extremely critical of the government (I'm not american, if that matters).
But unions ARE corrupt, and they are as corrupt as the government. The ideals of unions are good. The problem is: they become giant and extort money from the company.
Here in Argentina the truck drivers union is preparing for a 2-day strike, demanding a 40% raise (after a 30% raise not even a couple months ago). Truck drivers are making more money than many professions (doctors and engineers for example). A truck driver doesn't spend 10 years of his life in college, yet he makes more money than a doctor here, thanks to the "truck drivers union" which paralyzes the country whenever it wants something. That's sheer corruption right there. In fact, that's the reason unions existed in the first place: to protect the "little guy" from the big guy. Except they're the big guy here, and they act like it.
While i agree with you in general, you have a very romanticized view of unions.
They are ALL as corrupt as the government. Don't be a fool.
No. Most people won't.
Especially slashdot commenters. I received a lot of hate from peasants here, when talking about QoS network control packets (ICMP), claming all ISPs should have 100% dedicated bandwidth for each residential client. "If they need to QoS stuff, their are cheap bastards who don't want to buy more bandwidth"
it was probably tested at 10cm...
I've read numerous historical documents to get an understanding of the constitution, as well as the actual constitution itself; there is absolutely no reason that one needs to be a lawyer.
I've read numerous technical documents to get an understanding of engineering, as well as the [insert your speciality code here] itself; there is absolutely no reason that one needs to be an engineer.
You're not a lawyer, Bill_The_Engineer. So don't play one, and don't pretend you know how the law works.
Your bit about the constitution is wrong.
The constitution is just a set of guidelines to prevent abuse from a totalitarian government. Laws routinely limit the rights of citizens.
You have a right to free speech, but you can't say CUNT on TV.
Your contract doesn't allow you to host servers (especially for commercial use) in your residential connection. So, you don't have a point.
How do you change the default search functionality in Android?
There is a google search bar in my phone (Android 4.4.2), which, if i tap, long tap, tap and tap menu button, and any other combos, won't offer me an option to change it.
There is also the Android browser, which defaults to google search AND google.com as the home, for which you have to go into "advanced settings" to change the default search provider (IE will ask you on first run).
There is also Google Hangouts now wanting to be the default SMS app.
And there's Google+ claiming to have over 500M users when nobody uses (save for a few developers too cool for facebook). That's because google decided you had to be in Google+ if you had Gmail.
Google is still the best search engine and email provider out there. They are dominant in that area, and they use this to promote their other "platforms", most of the making it opt-out for you. So let's not defend google. They're just another company.
oh yes, dropped calls are such a rare occurence..