About what VPN i use.
About what VPN i use.
Anarcho-capitalism is working well for Russia, yes?
It's fucking stupid. It's rarely needed function that is rarely used. IT'S STILL NEEDED. Clearing cookies is rarely needed as well, but they're not going to remove that (yet, I'm sure they'll say something like "keep your cookies in the cloud")
I'm sure the real reasoning behind this is to pad their usage stats. Chrome users spend 25% more time on your website and spend $fake_dollars more!
So Google wants UK's energy usage information? Fascinating.
Demographics are for businesses, not developers. It's certainly not data that I would normally consider part of a technical solution. But yes, if Mozilla was so inclined to throw away large sums of money on an advertisement campaign, this data would be useful. Even then, entertaining your position, you don't make conclusions from statistics, afaik, you make an *induction*.
It's not like Browsers are a solution in search of an audience. They're a fuzzy language parser and presentation layer. The problem Firefox and other browsers face isn't first, a technical one. It's not a marketing issue either.
The issue is with the standards bodies and how web standards are developed and how they're implemented. They have become a weapon that tech firms use to leverage complexity as a weapon against competing firms. The standards in use today are there because of economic momentum, not because they're a good solution. I'm sure outside of the commercial web, HTML1/2 is the number one language used by a majority of web content. If someone releases a good tool chain that can undercut the current zeitgeist of web dev, the game is all theirs. Nobody but these large multinationals are going to have the resources to make sure such a toolchain can gather enough mindshare. So here we are with competing toolchains, languages and "living standards" that are mostly built by the big 3, and updated whenever they can get together and agree to put their collective boot in the face of the little guys.
Give back your six digits.
"So yeah, you crashed the economy"
"You owe us one economy. Better get started on that.
What two languages are those?
That's a nice bit of trivia
What is the conceivable benefit to having apps that can address 2TB of ram? Do any apps use more then a gigabyte that aren't leaking XML all over the place?
Apple has always and relentlessly enforced their right to not only remove your access to "Apps" but to delete them from your phone remotely.
just because you have a feature rich office suite doesn't mean it's a competitor to Office yet.
at least they added the "Open Source" tag since then.
I think it's pretty clear at this point that this kind of mass data is only useful for economic indicators, i.e. they either sell this data to data warehouses or use it for whatever kind of modeling they like. Obviously a real terrorist isn't driving around with identifying plates.
How about sovereignty to any phone? Killer feature of the millennium.
Thank you for your valuable incite
I'd rather just believe that it's done by little elves running around.