Those foreign agents really did a great job with Kennedy and Reagan.
Yep. Android for x86, or indeed any other version that someone wishes to build for the Mac hardware.
A client of mine consistently insisted on installing various "antivirus" packages such as Zonealarm or Panda Internet Security despite my warnings.
This invariably caused issues with various internet and network services he wished to use.
I read that too, but re-reading it I think s/he started off with 8GB RAM and has now moved to 16GB.
There is a real problem with mobile browsing right now. Many websites employ fullscreen adverts with an [x] button which is tricky to hit properly with the fingers. There is also the problem of redirects, whereby the browser is hijacked and redirected via an advertising system to a URL which opens an AppStore link (usually one of these freemium games). It's all really annoying and not at all a pleasant experience.
Now, if someone can make a blocker which gets rid of those pesky EU cookie warnings which appear on all websites, it would be even better.
Interoperability isn't difficult. Overcoming the commercial resistance to interoperability is; and that's not a technical issue.
Sure it is. I think OS X updates are actually free now, but remember that these are updates to be installed on top of an existing OS X installation. You pay a premium for Apple computers compared to similarly spec'd non-Apple computers and this makes up for the "free" OS.
Linux is usually free for consumers who don't need a support package. There is an argument that it requires more time to set up and get working properly, but I don't know how true this is these days.
Considering the number of people who choose to buy a computer with Windows installed, clearly a significant number of people feel that the added value is worth the cost.
Ireland needed to ask the question via a referendum, as their constitution (which requires a referendum to modify) defines marriage as between a man and woman.
A unilateral edict by the Government of the day would not have been sufficient.
Considering the guy has been convicted of "unlawful duplication", it sounds like Goldman Sachs did not distribute the software in question. They are therefore entitled to incorporate GPL'd code into their software without making the rest of their code public.
You should try some different types instead of allowing your experience with one particular model to define your outlook on smartphones.
Looking at my current smartphone for example, I can:-
- Make phone calls which go via the cellular network or wifi depending on where I am
- Send picture messages to people from any country without having to pay extortionate messaging charges
- Take quick, spur of the moment, photos or videos of situations which arise when I didn't take my DSLR with me
- Surf the web anywhere without having to carry a big tower case and monitor
- Receive and respond to emails which might require a timely response (e.g. time limited offers)
- Listen to music from a wide variety of sources
- Interact with social media from anywhere
And I can do all of these things, and more, without having to carry a suitcase with 10-15 different devices.
That's precisely his point. If you were a rich person, you would have access to investment vehicles with a larger return than 2%, and access to credit lines at lower rates.
The best solution to union meddling concerning the split shifts is to employ half of the drivers in the morning and the other half in the evening.
No more split shifts and half the pay. Hooray for unions?
The old fashioned menu UI is hardly efficient and intuitive. For a start, it doesn't allow in-line changes to things such as cell formatting or easy selection of graph/table design options.
And as for why some settings are under a completely unintuitive menu name, I have no idea.
However, that's my opinion. Yours differs.
The internet simply changes the impulse buying method.
Instead of catalogues and shelves full of impulse buy items, we now have recommended purchases which other users bought, the ability to buy things without even taking out your debit/credit card and flash sales.
FUD? Perhaps they saw what happened to the Snapchat users who used a third party client which uploaded their photos to their own server and are acting now to ensure users only use the official version.