Bluetooth works fine for me if I have the phone on an armband or if I hold it out to the side, but the second I lower my arm or put the phone in my pocket, my headphones stop working. Give me a wired connection please!!
You have some real shitty headphones. Standard range is 10m. In real like I get 10 feet when walls and other obstacles are in the mix. If your headphones can't do 3 feet, there's a problem.
5. Devices must be used in airplane mode or with the cellular connection disabled. You may use the WiFi connection on your device if the plane has an installed WiFi system and the airline allows its use. You can also continue to use short-range Bluetooth accessories, like wireless keyboards.
Now you know better.
Manners and pragmatism must be out of style these days.
Ever heard of this technology called Bluetooth? Look it up Mr. Manners.
Linux desktop is alive and well and poised to take over the world. Any day now.
... or they just use the adapter.
Dumb question. Can't you just get a lightning to audio jack adapter? There are even rumor this will be bundled with the 7.
Far East Android phones can be just as expensive as iToys
And we do understand the difference between "can be" and "are". There are many, many cheap, good, high-end-ish Android phones for sale today that cost 1/2 of an iPhone.
Windows 10 is a mess, you should consider moving to Linux instead.
This is all the more relevant as 2016 is the year of the Linux Desktop.
Most people drive to work everyday to profit from their jobs. Are they paying for their profit?
Yes?! Do you pay income taxes?
If you want to pay for things related to roads, build it into a gas tax. Stop trying to hide things in various taxes that hit affect special interest groups differently, that's how loopholes come to be. Special interests getting favors from government.
Because gas tax isn't progressive.
But this flawed plan would violate travelers' privacy, and would have a wide-ranging impact on freedom of expression -- all while doing little or nothing to protect Americans from terrorism.
So exactly the same as every other US Federal government "security" program... Seeing a pattern, here.
FWIW, I actually think that if they were to put in some effort, they really could fix it. Just think up a game (or two or three or ten), and add that to it. Treat the previous work as background/setting/universe_creation. Mapping the universe onto the real world was a good idea and I think we're going to see a lot more of that happening in the near future.
Well that's what they did - they put all that effort into Ingress. PokeGo was the culmination of all the crowd-sourced locations and some of the gameplay (battling for control of Gyms / Portals).
Augmented reality does look to be the future of gaming (much more so than "virtual reality"). The problem with Ingress and PokeGo that Niantic doesn't seem interested in solving is that a small group of dedicated and coordinated player can ruin the game for everyone else over a fairly large area.
Over the last couple of months, when I cut through one of the local parks on its bike trail, it's looked like the Night of the Living Dead: A bunch of zombies obliviously wandering around, staring down into their phones and cluelessly blocking the path.
Lately, the zombie outbreak seems to have abated somewhat, and the bike path isn't so much of an obstacle course.
That's a pretty terrible story, but technically, she did not have a valid visa to enter the country. How do you think someone attempting to enter the USA without a suitable visa would be treated?
On the flip side, I would have thought that a rule that would have allowed her to enter if she were being paid by a UK company but did not allow entry because she was paid by a German country would be in violation of EU rules.
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