The problem being the iPad is unusable without the account password, since iOS7. Don't think anyone's said they want to read her emails or use her apps.
Where do you think US law came from? We've been dying in the UK for longer than you
No, you're talking nonsense. TFA doesn't mention whether probate has been granted but in the UK only the smallest of estates do not require probate and usually banks require a grant anyway to administer accounts. Once probate has been granted there is no reason for anyone not to follow the executor's instructions, and a solicitor's letter stating a grant has been given should be sufficient. This is simply Apple being dicks to try and discourage people from doing this.
Surely bows and arrows are a better choice for slaying Welshmen.
Reflection is not rotation which is what you are doing when you "reverse" left and right. They are not reversed, they are still in the same places.
I'm not sure it does matter...
No, there is pretty widespread agreement that he existed and that certain events central to the Christian faith actually happened. Of course given the subject matter you will find people ready to dispute every aspect of it, but mainstream scholarship is pretty settled.
No, and there is literally no point in you flapping your jaw about this issue because you understand so little about it.
Well, because for massive chunks of it we know that it is true. There are large amounts of historiography that attempt to match up biblical texts with archaeological and other sources. Sometimes it is fruitless - we'll probably never know if the Exodus was real or simply an attempt at a foundation myth - but whatever he said or did, Jesus of Nazareth really did walk the earth, was baptised, and was crucified. So purely from a historical research perspective there is value in working out what did and did not occur in the bible.
I hope you never have to go on opiates to manage chronic pain, but one positive side effect is you would realise how damn stupid you sound right now.
The Afghanis whose country we parked ourselves in for thirteen years despite unremitting hostility, that we left solely because we couldn't sustain the political will? Those Afghanis?
First time accepted submitter beaker_72 writes "The BBC are reporting that Facebook will end their email system which provided users an @Facebook.com email address in March. The official line from Facebook is that not many people have been using the service. Is that really the case or have they found it too challenging to monetize that part of their service? Did users stay away from this 'service' because they've become more savvy and recognized it for what it was — another way to harvest their data? Or is it the case that the market is currently saturated with free webmail services and there wasn't room for another one?"
More like their lawyers assembled a case, made some arguments, pointed out it would be difficult but there was a case that could be pleaded, the suits realised that if they won they would have something valuable on their hands, and decided to take a punt.
In 1790, you could fight and win a war with angry, motivated civilians. Today, not so much.
The striking thing about the Whatsapp userbase is how damned active it is. You have 450m users, about 75% active, sending 50 billion messages a day. That's ~150 messages per user per day. If you can't mine that for value you're doing something very wrong. The second point is Whatsapp does charge users - 99c per year. So a reasonably stable cash flow in the millions with a growing userbase.