Good news everyone! Chrome isn't just a browser. It's an OS.
Simply put, an addiction is the continued use of a drug despite clear negative effects. If you take away the negative effects, then they aren't really addicted. Kind of like the millions of perfectly functional people that depend on caffeine.
The tube sites have everyone covered for a few millenniums worth of porn. Who needs torrents?
I guess you could consider deliriants like nutmeg to be drugs, but I think most people would consider them to be poisons.
How often do users get into that type of hole? It might happen if you enable too many addon repos or are running a development branch.
This wouldn't be that big of an issue if they offered the device with a decent amount of built in storage.
The blue whale also doesn't have to support it's weight on it's limbs.
Well why where they so large? Where they endothermic, and the large body mass helped them conserve heat?
DRM is the opposite of an open standard. Duh! DRM means that your browser (and possibly the computer it runs on) will have to be certified to behave just the way the DRM masters tell it to. How is that in any way compatible with a so-called open standard.
Who says it needs to be wasted space? Let the user capture a square image.
Why not use a square sensor?
...of which Bathory was a part of.
I guess you wouldn't like Bathory then, which is a shame.
How does an electronics company sell out?
Carrot cake, DUH!