Whenever a USB cable is used for charging, it's very easy to see why cheap cables are cheap.
A quest for a cable that can support full 1.2A charging, not to mention current generation fast-charging, can be a long and frustrating one. I prefer my chargers to have 1.8m cables instead of manufacturer-standard 1m, and it took a lot of tries to find one that doesn't suck.
Reckon you can do that, Google?
Of course they can't. Look at their FAQ.
How will advertising work on Accelerated Mobile Pages?
A goal of the Accelerated Mobile Pages Project is to ensure effective ad monetization on the mobile web while embracing a user-centric approach. With that context, the objective is to provide support for a comprehensive range of ad formats, ad networks and technologies in Accelerated Mobile Pages. As part of that, those involved with the project are also engaged in crafting Sustainable Ad Practices to insure [sic] that ads in AMP files are fast, safe, compelling and effective for users.
Still easily treatable with antibiotics.
> It's free for personal use
It prevents your status update from "Offline" to "Online". That shows up as "connecting", but if you try it, it will pass IMs still.
Content creators I care about. Webcomics, YouTube channels.
Fortunately, Patreon emerged as a solution to this.
Previously it was a stand-alone app that would act as a proxy and filter out ads from all traffic. That was yanked from the store since it "interfered with operations of other apps". To some extent, that's a fair accusation.
Now, a FF plugin affecting only FF or a standalone browser are okay by this criterion, so it's "back" in this form.
Surely you mean Pac-Man.
Makes me wonder if this video will be made illegal in Russia.
Inquiry is being conducted by appropriate authorities, yes; it's the Pirate Party that launched the inquiry, though.
The end result of which (if it does not pass Swiss scrutiny) would be an official recommendation to prohibit purchase.
You could look into LED decoration. For example, BlinkyTape - a LED strip with an attached Arduino-compatible controller.
It can be just decoration, or you can use it for light painting.
Of course, you can build your own LED-based contraption.
Datasets for neural net training.
If you didn't see the article/service, it can now classify photos so you can search by something like "car" or "red".
I thought the whole point was Chrome UI, not Firefox..
The first version always gets thrown away.