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.
I use Xpivacy which is a module add on to Xposed Framework to control permissions now. Have been using it for sometime. Allows using something like the Facebook app without allowing it all of the permissions it thinks it neededs.
Not really sure what Google is thinking though. There needs to be more fine control of permissions not less.
Say goodbye to Kevin Purdy.
I use google voice a lot.
Does that mean that since the Gov can't maintain the Evidence for the suits filed against them for privacy issues, that the people suing will get default judgments? Most likely not... another catch 22 for citizens... can't win either way.
Except for the Navjo Nation up in the NE corner of the State... we don't play the clock game. Just leave it where it is all year long.
Windows, Android pretty sure there is an iPhone version. keep it sync'd and use a complicated password. 3 shots at the password and the database is wiped. A website accounts are random generated different passwords for each site. No two sites has the same password. Most don't have the same user account. Also good for devices, and other info where you need to keep notes, date purchased, sn, license keys, setup info etc...
"NASA estimates that the rock was a modest 10 or so feet across"
And that gets a title as Massive asteroid impacts Mars?
If they release Amazon Prime Video for other Android devices, most likely I would not mind. I take advantage of it enough for shipping to make it worth while.
Yes you can get it on an Amazon Android device like Kindle Fire etc... but I'm not going to buy one of those (actually my wife has one). I have a Nexus 7 and a Samsung Galaxy Note 3, neither have Amazon Prime video available for them. I don't even use Amazon prime video for that reason. Would be nice for GoogleChrome to access it as well.
Simple. They want to be able to get a status from SMS text and the only way to get that is to get permission to the SMS Messages. There is no finer permission level in Android to just give them what they need without access to the rest.
I just block that access since I don't want to use their messaging anyway. Blocked with Root, Xposed Framework, XPrivacy to control which permissions I want to allow them to have.