Might be easier if they buy or license Sailfish OS, after all it was a joint Intel project they cancelled to make Windows Phones and former employees created a company to continue it.
Fine if you don't want or need it, but recently Massachusetts law went into full effect that requires automakers to give owners access to that data. Hopefully more states will follow suit.
I know several places that require internet access for the POS to work right, such as ones that generate UPS/FedEx/USPS labels, people using Inuit's Online POS system, and people using Square's Register app. With that said, the one I use to support, I filtered what sites one could access, and it was kept on a isolated network from the rest of the company.
Yeah, besides their used different uncompilable CPU architectures, so they must either plan to use a translation layer or are getting developers to recompile their code.
If you could do full Android development in Go and/or Dart the adaption rate of use and exposing would explode. If Google backed Go like Apple is Swift for app creation on their ecosystem it would be refreshing. So far it is merely a slow side project by Go developers to get it working for Android software engineering.
Time to find out if they are still doing Man in the Middle Attacks against SSH and legal Bittorrent traffic.
If the first tier is not working for you, ask for the next level. If that fails, contact corporate customer service with details of your problem and how support has failed you, and what you need to have the problem fixed. I once contacted investors relations with a horrible tail of Microsoft support to Microsoft, and they called me back the next day with orders to fix all problems. Of course the tier 3 that called me was far better, than their outsourced support that tried to sell me pirated Windows key instead of activating a valid machine.
Roll your own music service to any of your devices using the media you already own! No monthly fees, no features always being added, invite family/friends, and you control the data!
Sadly, flash is baked into GC.
I RTFA, and SF claims it was abandoned and the project owner has not come forward, yet that is not what GIMP-Win author owner has said. Lets for a moment to consider that once a project is not touched for X amount of time SF takes it over for profit, yet The Gimp has a very slow dev process where minor and major updates often take years to push out of testing. Is it possible that The Gimps slow development release cycle merely hit SF per-declared limit of an abandoned project? Also, why is SF not reaching out to account holders before they declare it is abandoned, instead of the take now and sort out any issues later approach?
National Grid has capped the amount of energy people/companies/government buildings can put into the grid in Nantucket, MA way below then any other part of the state. One would think that due to high demands in the summer for energy in a tourist town they would be for more people adding energy to the grid, since there is talk about running new power cables to the island. NG has the contract for fixing the lines in the region and is the main energy broker, unfortunately. But with their recent double price increase people are switching to cheaper brokers and adding more solar to their homes.
Add these to your list: System 76, Intel NUC, Dell (at least, the systems that you can order Linux preloaded on them), and mobo manufactures that sell to consumer system builders.
They are violating the public's trust!
Or use wifi only calling with known WAP.