Detected a possible crash in the next 6 seconds - your insurance has been cancelled. Have a great day.
I don't think Apple would care about the privacy part, but they may buy a company which has a good backend crawler.
Try Sequoiam - just does search and no annoying ads or directions to bars and crap...
come on now, driving with kids is always an adventue too: you never know who will poop, puke or start screaming first.
Seems like the sort of thing a trust/lawyer company would be good at. They can keep the bills paid, and hiring an IT person to fix anything that breaks. Probably cost a fortune though.
You can renew for 10 years, and some registers will allow you to leave a credit in the account and set auto-renew. That should last until the register business goes tits-up at least.
They tend to "lock down" credit once your identity has been stolen it is unlikely to happen again anytime soon. Totally agree with you on the space violated thing though.
Why bother to test them, it's not their money just taxpayers.
Great point. I can see wanting a smart watch someday, but not until the size and price are both much lower than today and the functionality is about 10x greater. Thanks to early adoptors pumping in money, it won't take long.
You'd think a company the size of google would have a full time employee dedicated to renewing domain names, certificates and other digital subscriptions of great importance.
In many areas it's possible to consider papers passed to a parent valid to assume that the child will get them (yes, even for adult children away from the home), so this should be at least as direct.
I've often wondered if the quality of the devices such as USB external drives are not the same as elsewhere as I have the worst luck with drives from their failing early. Maybe the staff drops them a lot or something.
Well it's a good thing Amazon doesn't sell many types of products - oh wait...
I think there are some suggested standard temps to help protect against condensation and mold (which is a serious problem here).