Story is interesting but without naming the apps... whats the point. I use an ad block on my rooted device, but many are not rooted and can't.
I've never seen a Windows system that was broken by an update.
I have. I never do updates until the following weekend when I have time to deal with an issue. I also keep my workstation online for days on end with work which I can pick up remotely where ever I happen to be. A reboot is not a desired option in the middle of a work week when I have no time to deal with a mess up.
I can't afford to be a guinea pig.
It's okay for radio to play it but not stream it? Stupid and ignorant.
I already have everything he has done. for a long time. I will listen to it how I want to listen to it when I want to listen to it.
On my phone, tablet, radio, 8-track tape, via my cat
Use the same date to turn off Facebook too?
illustrates that in the long run, the United States has some significant disadvantages as a spaceport location.
We can fix that. Just make NZ a territory of the US and that is not an issue any more. Clears up the Kim Dotcom issue too.
Nothing more annoying than having a business domain which has hidden their contacts behind a privacy by proxy which never gets responded to to deal with a technical issue related to their domain (email for example).
StartSSL sucks. Renewing a cert they said I had to have a Level 2 Cert instead because I had a PayPal link on the site.
Switched everything over to NameCheap SSL PositiveSSL which cost money but don't play games, are very quick for approvals etc...
I find it really ironic that Google, a company so used to being the new hotness upstart company, is so willfully ignoring usage patterns of a significant minority comprising "the youth" and people on the wrong side of the internet divide, and much of the third world, and anyone without a data plan outside of wifi range.
I'm sure Google is very aware of the usage patterns as they track everything they do. As for ignoring the wrong side of the Internet device and much of the third world, that isn't their business, they are an Internet business and almost everything they do is based on that. If you don't have access to the Internet, most of their stuff doesn't work.
As for a calendar entry, unless it is brand new, you will have sync'd the calendar entry and unless you CHOSE to silence the scheduled time alert, you will still get alerted even if you have no WiFi or Internet access. There are also a lot more options to dealing with a calendar entry than a simple SMS message. You can control how soon you get notified, repeat notifications, options on how to get notifications etc..
SMS, is just text message you can stop unless you want to black list the number and you can't choose when or how much time in advance you want that notification.
As for your kid's french tutor, sounds like they need someone to help them make a better process. A calendar entry for your kid's scheduled appointment, shouldn't include other peoples schedules in it.
Just what you need more stuff to go wrong especially if you never plan on using it. A lean OS makes more sense than an over bloated one.
Some Tech Companies Are 'Friendly to USERS Privacy'
Funny how if you prevent the government from doing something it is automatically a threat for terrorism.
Texas conservatives have seized control of the state Board of Education, using it as a platform to rewrite education standards to reflect a more conservative, "Godly" point of view and to demand that textbooks be rewritten to conform with those standards.
Texas proposes rewriting school text books to deny man made climate change
Only between same platforms are they contenders.
If you are an android user, you won't be getting an Apple Watch as you won't be able to do anything with it. Likewise the other way.
Clearly you are not looking in the right places.
Very common around where I work.
Seriously.... no offline backups? Not a real business in that case.