Right, their security is far beyond what any criminal organization can ever penetrate. Sure. Pull the other one, it's got bells on.
Has to be readable yes. Has to be plain text? No.
If I give you something encrypted with OpesnSSL and a password, you can break it right? After all, you know everything that OpenSSL does. The wifi password, and any other external credential, should be protected at rest. And yes, it can be done securely even with full source access.
What am I going to do with all these bottlecaps now?
My parents are in a similar situation. I created them the accounts they needed and sent them Nexus 7.
The nearest Apple store to them is 2 hours away, and a half hour in the car is pushing for my mother. Don't assume everyone has access to an Apple store. Or can even make it out of the house for that matter.
but those are only 4.0 or 4.1, so they can't access the Google Play store
Huh? My 2.3 phone accesses the Play store just as easily as my 4.3 tablet.
If only some major tech site would get the word out. Any you can suggest?
Except they don't use polygraphs in criminal investigations, so what's the problem?
You want to see what the GOG model gets you with modern games?
Sure, Witcher series, Cyberpunk 2077, Dragon Commander. Those don't look like MMO to me.
Look at the things like the party Ubi threw at SDCC, Tomb Raider a "failure" with 3M+ sold. The current AAA model is unsustainable with or without piracy.
we could actually show its possible to sell digitally without nasty DRM schemas like SecuROM
Password protected PDF secure? You're kidding, right?
My wife and I had some password protected PDFs that wouldn't open on our e-readers. I stripped the passwords in about 5 seconds, since I had the passwords because we were authorized users. No problems reading on our devices after that.
These PDFs were part of a collection, some were passworded, most were not. My wife and I both had the same password even though we downloaded with differing credentials, so I'm assuming everybody got the same password. Security, what's that?
Yeah, the app should phone home when the bug report is "Loss of network crashes app"
And people love it when things record everything that happens. Look at how many loved the One.
I don't know how much you can say the market accepts it for cable. More and more people are cutting the cord
That also tells you exactly what the providers need to do.
Rage (one of the sewers)
Batman Arkham City (catwoman)
Yeah, "online" passes affect single player too
There's always the multiplayer games, not MMOs.
Here's a long list, from just one company.