Fallout 4, the latest instalment
How about raising questions of not using spell-check?
All those great new features... "and more"! I can't just wait to install the very first version of their completely re-architected software on my system to find out what "more" they will do to me!
The movie took lots of liberties and simplified (or eliminated) many of the detailed explanations in the book. Don't look at the movie for scientific accuracy; it isn't. The movie is a product of Hollywood after all.
Read the book. It's far more rewarding.
The movie took lots of liberties and simplified (or eliminated) the detailed explanations in the book. In the book Watney explained that he had live soil that he used to "seed" the compost/dirt mixture.
The movie took lots of liberties and simplified (or eliminated) the detailed explanations in the book. The book did not use plastic and duct tape.
The Softpedia article claims
"Only Android devices are affected, iOS users are safe"
The paper cited only describes the vulnerabilities in terms of being researched on Android. Nowhere does it say that iOS cannot have these problems.
I didn't even see anything to this effect in the CERT postings.
Will this stop them of dreaming of electric sheep?
Or did the poster mean "Android phones"?
There is no such thing as free money.
"is being developed by a team of engineers" ==> "is being designed by a team of engineers"
It's just a paper design.
I would just switch to Chrome if disabling the "auto-update all the time" wasn't such a chore. In particular, the auto-updating of extensions without my control ticks me off; I've had several where the author removed features that I depended upon.
Sync isn't even a good idea. I don't want my professional browser to pick up ANYTHING from my home browser.
Mod this up, please!
Editor's note: I just got back from a busy weekend to see that a bunch of people are freaking out that we're "burying" this story, so here it is. Go hog wild. Sorry it took so long.
You said "sorry it took so long" but your excuse in the article doesn't match what you just said down here. It's long on bogosity.
Grouping Hybrids and EVs together is just dumb. They aren't the same "type" of car. (and in my book, the Volt is a Hybrid).
I've been driving a LEAF for a year and I hope to never go back to a car with an ICE. Free fuel (solar and charging at work) beats cheap gas every time.
We're really considering replacing our 10 year old minivan with a Model S at this point. The space inside that car is incredible.
Try the OsmAnd -- open source app that uses the Open Street Maps data. Better than any of the proprietary sites and apps. Offline support is excellent.
16.5 feet in the Twilight Zone = 1 Rod Serling