I keep it installed on my systems as a little reminder to KDE that DEs that start to misbehave too badly can quickly be replaced.
I've never been refused a stay at any Chinese hotel, but some obviously cater to foreigners, and some obviously do not.
A huge part of the answer is "Windows". PG really dropped the ball on that one.
One of the first lessons I learned, ever, is that DB abstraction layers suck in general.
Enjoy your dictionary, AC, and I'll stop casting pearls before swine.
I can read, but you apparently can't detect sarcasm.
IOW, the AC was correct?
The word you're maybe looking for is trifecta.
Those of us who were at Sun during the end times there can now feel a tiny bit better about ourselves, I suppose.
s/AirDroid/AirDroid/ in previous, sorry about that.
Why are you even wasting time looking for a USB cable?
Next, on Amazing Discoveries... Wifi-enabled devices can share files using existing network protocols!
On my home network I use SharesFinder and AirDroid. (If anyone cares to recommend better and/or more secure alternatives for either or both of these, feel free to do so!)
I never had a single problem that I can recall with the GMail app freezing up on any of my 3 Android devices but I suppose MMMV.
Hmmm... Wikipedia appears to agree with my memory. What have you got?
"Card readers? We don't need no stinking card readers." -- Peter da Silva (at the National Academy of Sciencies, 1965, in a particularly vivid fantasy)