Question how do we keep sites from scanning our PCs to see if we have an ad blocker installed? what can be done if anything to stop them from doing that. If they can scan for an ad blocker im guessing they are scanning for everything we have installed.
They do not scan your computer. Their scripts running in your browser just check for a cookie or a session parameter that should have been set by the ad-showing script. If that's missing, you have an ad blocker.
Apparently the new Blackberry OS was supposed to be able to run Android apps. It didn't help them at all. I think you were required to recompile the app for BlackBerry, [...]
Blackberry Z10 owner here: I just go to Google Play Store (using Snap, the BB10 client for Play Store - sideloaded), download the app, open the installer and the Android App appears on my screen, ready to use. Almost all apps work, except for those requiring Google Play Services. Google Maps works just fine, although it keeps nagging me to authenticate to Google - which itis unable to, anyway.
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