It is the power switch. Started happening with mine and confirmed it on the Nexus 5 subreddit. Entire thread dedicated to it. There's two different width power switches they've used and it's happening on both. It's in a very tough spot to solder a new one on so around here none of the cell phone repair places would do it for me. Now I just use a program called "gravity" that lets me turn wake it up with a swipe of my finger across the proximity sensor, and a flick of the phone itself to put it to sleep.
Exactly. If I don't like the cost and distribution method of something, I just don't wind up viewing/listening to it.
If I skip the murder/rape am I still a pirate?? and if so If I skip the hijacking/stealing/murdering and just rape am I pirate? I'm going to try that defense in court. "I think the charrrrrges should be dropped yarrr honorrrrrr. I'm guilty of piracy, not rape!"
Why don't you just not watch their product then?
In the other industries is it illegal, or is it just by the industries choice? I'm asking seriously for examples of other ones where it's illegal.
How are the games obsolete? I bought a PS3 in September and have over 20 games on disk along with a bunch of digital ones and I love it.
All I see is Beavis asking, "Is this a God dam?"
Unless the damn was built after using 3d rendered models and ran through thousands of simulations then it isn't "tech". It took no math or science to build the Erie Canal, the Hoover Dam or the Panama Canal. In seriousness this is a better story on the site than a story about outstanding student loan debt. The engineering in projects like this and what it will take to fix it requires the same skills as people who design realistic game environments and physics simulators, etc. Many facets all come into play. Anyone who doesn't see this as "news for nerds" should probably go visit the Hoover Dam or tour an aircraft carrier.
Did the same thing here. If moving in the same country, whatever you can sell it for on the local version of craigslist is probably what you can buy it for if needed once you reach your destination.
And the step after that, is to just standardized the hardware for a generation, so that everyone has the same video card, processor, ram, etc and ship games on DVD's and play directly off of them... End-user support will drop even further to the point that your only calls are hardware failure and scratched disks (Outside of a buggy game). They could go with some trendy name, like XBox or Playstation.
I'll never understand why someone would pirate. There are things I want to see but don't want to pay what they want, but I wait until it's at RedBox or on NetFlix, or I just wind up never seeing it. Just like there are restaurants I'd want to eat at all the time, but I choose to eat at home as I don't think what they charge is worth it, except for a special occasion. That's not to say I won't pay though. I'm going to a matinee of the new Batman movie later today. I'm not going to see The Watch until it's $1 though.
Google Earth on Ubuntu & Fedora needs fixes applies by the user to make the fonts not look like total a**. In 2012 that shouldn't be necessary.
I think if we take the everyday person into account, more people would be going back to yahoo than bing... Even if yahoo's results are provided by MS.
I find using my visa check card is much easier to track and control spending. If I have cash in my pocket I'm more likely to blow on small things like eating out, than if I have to stop, and run my budget quickly through my head of what I have left set aside for discretionary spending.
Thanks for making me feel bad because you had to assume I wasn't homeless.