Invest in TV over Internet. Roku is excellent. Between Hulu Plus, Amazon Prime, and Netflix, you have everything you need plus a database "Can I stream it?" app for ios or tv.com to look it up. Don't forget Vudu disc to digital allowing your DVDs to be stored in the cloud if it's in their database. --Sam
Which encrypted apps? Is there a PGP for SMS?
The Daily had OK content. But they did not understand the web. More than once, I took advantage of their trial period, would read a little bit of the daily paper, only to find that the next one had been delivered erasing the previous content. There was no archive, despite continual promises to add one. I told them I would subscribe as soon as they added this feature. Also, why did they require an app to get the content? That meant it wasn't linkable, was restricted to only one device, and couldn't easily be shared.
It supports LTE, but not on any networks used in the US.
Have you contacted technical support? Have you gone to an AASP?
Is this a public institution? They are making the claim that it disrupts the learning environment because that is the standard required under Tinker vs. Des Moine School District, but they are wrong. "A student's rights do not end at the schoolhouse gates". --Sam
I am a freelance computer consultant like many of you. I had a client the other day that had a windows 2000 system she picked up as a donation. She had forgotten the administrator password. I backed up her data using Acronis (no encryption), installed Lbuntu (a special distro for older systems), gave her a wireless dongle, extracted her files on a windows box, and moved them over to her Linux system. As it turned out she was already using OpenOffice. She was of a certain socioeconomic status where this made sense, and now she no longer had to pay for her operating system either. More importantly, I'm not pro-Linux or a Linux expert. I installed Red hat so many years ago, it was ok, but not great. This time when I installed an Ubuntu derivative, there was technical support in terms of documentation, IRC, and forums and I used all three. The point is: Linux is great for older systems, great for people who can't afford Windows and Office, and is well-supported. --Sam
Take it back. Isn't there something wrong with the hardware if a new computer is kernel panicking/BSODs?
Phoneview (mac) from ecamm software will archive voicemails and texts, or she can drop her iphone off at the police station.. they can get it off. I believe there's one called iphone explorer for the PC Good luck.
Because Åpple provides drivers for windows under boot camp, including for the retina display. I do recommend using virtualization instead though.
I was doing a major project in OpenOffice Base a while back, because that was what was specified. Trouble was it wasn't stable.. at least not on my Mac. How can I trust software that crashes? With no respect lost to the open source community, I did a substantial amount of work in OpenOffice Writer and in Abiword on my PC (Windows) without too much trouble.
I'm confused. Your device is covered under warranty if it broke after three weeks. Use it.
You clearly need an image based backup system to prevent this from happening again. It needs to be a chron job (or task scheduler) and run on regular intervals when storage is available. ideally, it needs to be network storage, so that a sudden disconnect (abscence of power) cannot easily corrupt the backup. There is an open source version of Ghost, partd, rsync.. options for you, though I am relatively new to linux so I don't know what the appropriate option is for you. Time machine you could use if you had a separate partition, but I think that isn't what you want. also, fundamentally writing to one partition from three OSes is asking for trouble.
This is exactly the problem that Clicker solves. It bills itself as the TV guide for the web. www.clicker.com The downside is it doesn't always index all the services right after they get a film. so even if it says no, still look and see. --Sam