They're probably looking at competing against other eTailers and minimizing floorspace (similar to BestBuy) by allowing such items to be ordered in-store. Hopefully they keep some of the new/popular stuff in stock though and don't underestimate the power of a shiny toy at eye-height.
Not supplying the files for modders to build their own ROM's wouldn't be a carrier issue, but unless the Canadian hardware varies greatly I'm not sure why the US variant wouldn't work?
I haven't used it in over a year, so likely it's changed since then, but I do recall some software (used to) not show up in my programs list.
Or even before the "requesting ID". Let's say you're in a bar (legal: 21 in the USA, legal 18-19 in Canada). By law, persons under the age of majority should never be given entry to the premises. Yet somebody who goes home with somebody from said bar and finds they're under-age by a year or even a few months may find himself/herself facing a serious charge and/or criminal record.
Now if intent and situation were taken into place, then one should consider that one has a reasonable expectation that those you encounter at a law-abiding facility would be of age (and/or that the facility would have some liability for persons that weren't). However, I believe that this argument has been raised before and failed.
I want *blood* because the site which I use regularly but pay money for doesn't meet my exacting standards, is that right? Geeze, man, chill out a little bit. If you're truly that unhappy, then move on to another site. Otherwise, accept the apology for what it is.
Seriously, all caps. Demand for a public apology. Perhaps a "the persons responsible have been sacked" message? Geesh.
I believe one issue with Ninite is then you can only manage stuff through Ninite, so you don't get the individual items in the programs list to remove.
What I'm expecting is that if Hillary gets in, many woman voters are going to see her as a saviour only to be sorely disappointed when she either ignores any prominent womens' issues or outright craps on them, especially issues she's promised to address (similar to how Obama did to many of his supporters).
Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner will be in their mid nineties
Or dead, which will be even better for the studios which by then will probably just be using CGI representations of their younger selves for a small licensing fee from the estate...
No, but on the other hand, I don't expect them and the CEO to rake in biiiiilllions of dollars while simultaneously cutting employees or breaking laws left and right with a little wink-wink-nudge-nudge to do so, then take the money and run when the house cards tanks while the employees lose their livelyhoods and pensions (or people lose their houses, etc)
Yes, in some cases the shareholders are unaware, but in many cases it's wilful ignorance.
Uh, so you got hit with penalties in court because "labour laws are very generous towards the employees in France", which really means "we weren't following the labour laws in the country in which we had an office and did business", and probably finally means "we tried to screw employees in a way that would have worked perfectly fine in North America or other countries but got called on it in France, which cost us a bundle"
Depends on what you're studying...
In this case, it seems to be somewhat centered around the "real" public reaction to the "fake" experiment.
Phones with intentionally lower DPI, for people with less-than-perfect eyesight that still want to use their phone.
Uhhhh, or just better "accessibility" options within the OS, and/or tuning of the resolution used by the OS/apps display. There's no need to deliberately limit the hardware in this regard (although it may also improve performance/battery-life, so could be useful in that case).
Pretty much anything can be done globally, including management, but we don't see that so much do we?
Beyond that, there are some things that you don't intelligently outsource, such as things dealing with breakthrough technologies, military secrets, medical/financial systems, etc. Why, because foreign countries don't necessarily follow the same laws and domestic, and even if they do
Yeah, my response to "I'm a pedestrial" would be
And I'm behind the wheel of thousands of pounds of fast-moving metal. In court, you might win by sympathy even if you crossed against the signal, but that's only if you survive, and only because they jury will want *somebody* to pay for your horrendous injuries even if you brought them upon yourself...
I literally had somebody say that to me.
"I'm a pedestrian!"
after attempting to cross against the signal while I was coming through on a green light (necessitating that I do a fast stop in the middle of the intersection).