<PRODUCT> Secretly Sends <SOMETHING> To <ORGANIZATION>, Security Firm Says.
This isn't really news anymore and I doubt that it surprises anyone, so why is this news again?
First time on
You seem more like a first timer than the parent does... Just saying...
Nobody would buy a Lenovo PC and then complain that OSX doesn't work on it.
Sorry, I just have to remind you that you're on
Twitter is useless for anything but propaganda and "i just ate X at Y" posts.
Must be your narrow mind looking at it.
I follow lots of local service based accounts from traffic, police, fire, transit, city, utilities, etc. and find them posting information about the current state of things. I maybe have 5 actual people I follow mind you.
my phone is thinner than yours
Reminds me of the Corner Gas episode "Cell Phone" where the physical size of the phone was the important buzz.
Could you mom build that system without your help?
Given the fact it's an old laptop I doubt OP or even you could build one from scratch...
Fixed that for you.
2013 Escape here and the the only issue I had with mine was out of the blue it often failed to sync with my iPhone 4s, I updated to the latest version (3.8) which was released specifically to fix syncing issues with iOS 9 and it has worked flawless ever since.
On a side note I took the update files and extracted all of the files from the *.cab files and noticed that the UI seems to be pretty much all Flash based which probably accounts for the some of the instability.
In sum, the committee says, "Cover Oregon failed for two main reasons: The state acted as their own system integrator (like HeathCare.gov), and the state tried to revamp its entire health care system, not just build an exchange."
Seems to me that the state had more to do with it than Oracle. I am sure you are great at making "simple credit card web app" but if you have ever done anything with healthcare in the US it is a nightmare. And yes I currently work building software for healthcare in the US at a state level.
"What if" is a trademark of Hewlett Packard, so stop using it in your sentences without permission, or risk being sued.