Not EU, UK maybe.
Not EU, UK maybe.
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That much about web based apps that just work.
"Mozilla Firefox - WebGL has been enabled on all platforms that have a capable graphics card with updated drivers since version 4.0"
Last firefox, ati 5770, what the heck?
...that they didn't shot him 7 times in the head:
In the US reselling licenses is not been held up as legal.
Really? Says who, Microsoft? Of course, not long ago they would claim you can't even donate the PC and trash the OS; look for " It is a legal requirement that pre-installed operating systems remain with a machine for the life of the machine. If a company or individual donates a machine to your school, it must be donated with the operating system that was installed on the PC. "
Not only it was buying OEM version (if you found a vendor) 100% legit all the time (even if presumably frown upon) but reselling+splitting the OEM license from the original hardware was uphold in courts already (look for OEM windows on German ebay for example).
It's not that bad (for M$) because they still have a Microsoft tax on most retail laptops and now they probably won't repeat the "long-lived XP mistake" but I'm sure they were for quite a few years scared shitless by the spectre of a sane 2nd hand market for "used OEM Windows" flooded with all the licenses coming from broken PCs 3-4-5 years old.
No, not unless the device sells better than the iphone; they concentrate on round generic connectors.
This "usb-like" power connector will be most likely patented to hell and back and even if you might find some adapter on ebay for sure you won't find it in any brick and mortar store.
And it doesn't?!
Even netbooks from 2008 have LED backlit screen, possibly by now it isn't even worth mentioning.
What the heck is wrong with these companies? Are they really getting so much revenue in replacement power supplies that they have to screw everybody and their dog in the process?
Not only you can't change the (non-removable) battery but you also can't easily use any existent "power pack" (like powergorilla, not that I recommend that one but it's easy to google for and see what I mean). You can't just grab a "generic" laptop power supply (the one that comes with multiple voltages and a bunch of rounded tips) from any shop if you forgot/lost yours.
Also you can't consolidate on chargers/use your existent one, you can't efficiently charge it from an appropriate DC power supply without going via the inefficient route inverter->original power supply.
It seems these devices are designed more for executives with more money than sense than for people who actually travel and need the advertised portability.
In the video it looks like the lid raises the laptop only when opened quite wide, at larger angles than would be possible on many similar devices. At "regular" angles the laptop sits on it's own feet and the lid moves freely, once you open it too much it will hit the desk and you need to slightly raise the laptop and let it sit on the lid.
I haven't seen even one Android phone where you couldn't enable "Unknown Sources".
You don't have root, you have bootloader locked, etc but still you can enable "Unknown Sources"
30 EUR for a single license for "PDF-XChange Viewer" and you get only "1 year of product maintenance" (which probably means after one year you need to pay for security patches).
For a freaking pdf reader? And with no real assurance that this one isn't again full of security holes. Get real.
I think he means he got to pay upfront a large amount of money upfront (original cost).
Where else would you store them? In your head?
Wait, lost has "continuing story lines" now? I see, probably the emphasis is on the plural rather than on "continuing".
There was at least Fujitsu LOOX F-07C.
Not widely available but certainly not vaporware either.
Frankly the "XP Phone" (and I don't mean the vaporware with this name) is long overdue. But if they delay more and Android gets even more and more apps it might come way too late to do any good.
Science may someday discover what faith has always known.