It won't just be a phrase.
It won't just be a phrase.
Need to find my old tee shirt that had the target on it's front.
I purchased something years ago, living in Washington state as does Amazon; I was told I was being taxed as there's a chance they will be taxed. Now if they aren't taxed well they would keep the extra monies.
Newegg.com has been my shopping area for years now and right after my Amazon purchase.
I had the Moto 3 for a few days finding it's battery was hard wired in. Sometimes you just need to pull the battery to fix an error. And it was very bare application wise, good thing not so much stuff you'll never use, bad thing as a simple bar code scanner is handy to have, and only the ones supplied by the manufacture (paid version) work well or at all.
5 Mpix selfi (second) camera, a bit over kill on that one, but I've always liked Motorola's products. The Xoom tablet was very nice and at 10.5" the perfect size.
My Moto3 wouldn't call out from my location and one can see the cell tower from here (not that it's the one used), and had to return it. Just before exchanging it I tried it one last time and it worked; but I didn't live in that city.
Motorola's ToS was very specific in that any info it collected would stay with them and not shared, I LOL'd, Motorola being owned by Google.
I used to subscribe to comp.risk (usenet), article after article was about the vulnerability of electronic voting.
It's real situation that is only going to get worse.
It won't stop malware from being installed but it will sure show you where it's at (root-kits iffy).
If you use a Mail reader like Forte Agent: Options unhide Microsoft entries, and save resources by disabling all of MS's email sub systems (and there are many).
It will also show any files missing (mostly Codec's),
But well worth running (as admin) often.
I haven't run an AV in ages, I put a lot of trust in my HOSTS file, and autoruns just to keep check.
Thank you. Bing sounds smarter than "tricking" Google by switching to a private browser coming from the exact same IP address.
I once had a new ISP, new IP address (my first 1pv6), and a new install of Win7.
Trying to access my router I had two ipv6 addresses so a 50/50/ chance, I blew it and ended up on Google with one entry, all of my
I was tracked by my MAC address (best guess).
I prefer Google, I dislike Bing being forced to use it on Win10 which I switch to duckduckgo.
and a massive HOSTS file.
I've never cared for ear buds, this last week I came across Skullcandy HESH 2 blue-tooth headphones. They are so sweet, the stereo separation is excellent, loud enough for me, acts as a headset for making phone calls, as well as tell the phone what to do.
I was told I couldn't be heard over the T.V., it was so low I could barely make it out, and they don't have a microphone.
It will connect to two devices, I fully expect it to connect to my son's PS4 and act as a headset with microphone for games (connects to my PS3 yet the receiver takes precedence).
They cost $80, but the store would meet or beat competitors prices, Walmart was selling them for $39
The down side is they are rather large (much like older receiver headphones) but people ignore them, and the fact they are blue-tooth they won't pull in a FM station (need the ear bud wire as an antenna).
I've never really listened to music, now I'm changing music out on my SD card every few days.
My phone is an unlocked Alcatel onetouch POP 3, While 5.1.1 android they have tweaked the ROM to where a it's much better version.
The two work perfectly together, and the range apart was rather surprising.
kheldan (above) mentioned sound problems, MX Player (phone) will speed up it it finds it needs to to keep the music even. One problem alone is every now and again if I shake my head fast (on purpose) the music can get confused where it's place is in line (at least the way it seems).
To stop flow of contamination to the ground water and to the river close by, an Ice wall was suggested. It was found to be unfeasible.
This sort of software should be no different from recorded phone calls. As long as the user is notified in a significant, reasonable way, this type of software should be allowed (i.e. just like most large business networks notify when you log in.) If the user is not notified that they are being recorded or monitored, it should be illegal under wiretap laws.
Washington state US here. As long as one person is aware of the recording it's ok, you being the one, it's legal.
and how would this affect Google? I feel I owe Google for the software they have made freely available.
The Motorola moto phones have their own tracking software meant to be of use/assistance to the user, it's ToS claims nobody but them will have access to any obtained data - (I'm afraid I laughed at that one), seeing as Google owns the company.
You root that phone, the warranty flag gets set to no more for u status.
Not mentioning the name (things have changed) they ask for nothing in return for it's use and damn friendly, but a site that walks one through rooting of ones phone (through it's postings).
"A mind is a terrible thing to have leaking out your ears." -- The League of Sadistic Telepaths