PGP. It's good enough for WikiLeaks and Edward Snowden and good enough for me
You have to be pretty dumb to install malware on Android
And yet almost a million Android users have.
Charging an iPad over a PC's USB outlets is quite slow, their wall adaptor is a higher voltage and faster.
The service runs in the background and launches iTunes when the phone is plugged in. It's quite handy.
Well, considering how the DEA is complaining that they can't read encrypted iMessages, and Apple got rid of google maps as default partly because google kept demanding more personallly identifying user data, I don't think we should assume Apple always rolls over on stuff like this.
As I understand it, the recording industry has never been more profitable. Yes, they screwed themselves over for the long run, but they don't notice it
Dropbox certainly has LAN support, check preferences. Perhaps your network isn't configured in such a way that they can see one another.
Yeah and my horse costs so much less than a car. Isn't that a bad analogy?
Someone copied Bill Gates' 1995 book "The Road Ahead," where he predicted charging fees to the senders.
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Egypt has chosen to keep its border closed because Israel begged them to.
2 states voted to decriminalize it. It's still illegal under federal law though.
Of course they'll approve it. It's a highly popular app, and when Apple turned down the Google Voice app, the FTC investigated them and Apple had to immediately reverse itself.
The lack of Google Maps apps in the App Store is probably because of TOS issues. Third Party iOS apps can't use google maps for turn by turn directions according to Google's restrictions to developers, so that excludes Google's APIs
Shall we blame MS for this? Or did they wash their hands of it?