Today, Microsoft announces that it has partnered with Lenovo on a new mobile initiative. The Windows-maker's productivity apps will be pre-loaded on Lenovo and Motorola-branded devices running Google's Linux-based Android operating system.
That was my take also.
Unless they put out something like Axanar, they simply won't overcome the barriers to entry for the audience inherent in this approach for more than a negligible few.
Paranoid conspiracy theorists are generally too strung up to overly care about grammar.
I think you meant "strung out".... or maybe not?
I run incognito on occasion, but as a rule i'm on Firefox+NoScript+ABP and not actually in 'Private' browsing mode.
I suspect this leaves me much more trackable, but if i am browsing untrusted sites (read:ANY sites), i am way more worried about remote 0day compromise of the week than i am tracking.
Still, if i could auto-incognito and whitelist from that mode or cognito-reload at will (without enabling anything else) I would likely add that to my mix. But again, i run scripts disabled all the time so i'm willing to be a bit more involved in my browsing than most.
Something about calling it random doesn't seem to fit...
I had a child with a corn allergy (thank God she grew out of it...) I get the pain of avoiding corn in the modern diet.
The right answer, however, is proper labeling of CORN as it is a common allergen, though not typically causing as violent a reaction as say, peanuts.
As it stands those with this particular allergy are subject to a brutal game of epi-roulette identifying foods with corn in them.
Can we exclude those?
Change that to TRANSIT buses and soccer moms and i'm with you in Atlanta.
OTOH the school buses in my burb are actually pretty considerate.
"The only advantage Firefox gives is that one can run NoScript to block all scripting completely."
However, that's a pretty significant advantage.
I would love to see how firefox compares with that one addon in place since that's how I run.
Possibly a 'hardened browsers' version of the competition?
I recall hearing they also do it to avoid people getting cheap slow *sd cards and complaining about the speed...
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