Taylor Swift is shocked and disappointed at how pretentious that was.
Being that you can already stream 4k video in under 20Mbps per second (1000x slower than 5g). Maybe they should be concentrating more on the fact that people are paying $10 per gig of data per month.
AT&T will just pay a lawyer $99,999,999 to make it go away.
If AT&T had a wireless monopoly we'd be paying $10 per megabyte of 2g data right now.
If all the passwords and users were the same then why use someone else's account when you have your OWN account? In a normal security situation, he would have the keys but not the actual password unless the passwords were stored in plain text, right? But he would require the password (not the key) to get into the Astro's network.
They used their ex-GM and ex-employee's passwords from their network to access the Astro's network. But why was it so easy to get their passwords in the first place. Isn't this normally not possible?
If your eating something where the primary ingredient is HFCS I doubt there is any way to make that product healthy. They would just replace HFCS with something slightly less bad. I'd say people generally eating too much food is a bigger problem than HFCS.
Plastic bags also used to be what was going to save the environment.
In the past few years, I don't recall coming across a single product that had any trans fat.
Step 2 is don't use a credit card or any payment system tied to your name. Because, if so, you are likely being tracked. This is already happening by the way. Research the company Acxiom. Step 3 is don't go out in public. Because the logical progression is adding facial recognition to all the millions of cameras already pointed everywhere and AI that logs everything you do throughout the day. The truth is you don't have to do anything. They will come to you.
Then they will just take your info. What's your next move?
Why is Acxiom never mention in privacy? They collect data on people independent of social media and independent of any consent or even knowledge they are being tracked. They have information on you even if you've never joined any social media site. They track your credit card purchases, everything you buy, and who knows what else, and they are selling the data to who knows who. They sound way more dangerous than FB and google combined.
I can't believe people take these seriously. A polygraph is supposed to be a lie detector test, but all it does is tests vital signs. There is absolutely no way to prove if it's correct or not, so what is the point? If a polygraph was worth anything whatsoever, they wouldn't be worried about somebody being trained to beat it.
Why shouldn't I be surprised? Shouldn't the article be explaining why they pulled the Nexus 7 and not telling me I already know?
I don't mind ads. But when it gets to the point where the ads start rendering the web unusable what else can you do? And when you're getting charged an excessive amount of money for data on your mobile plan you kinda don't want to be paying for stuff you don't even want to see.