Or a Toblerphone
Or a Toblerphone
The emails were a felony only in your imagination. If the Republicans keep pulling shit like this they will become even more irrelevant in reality than you imagine the other party is.
IBM Color Monitor in 1985: $590 ($1300 in todays dollars)
LG 4K LCD Monitor today: $300
QNIX 2K (2560 x 1440) Monitor today: $177
Dell Full HD LCD Monitor today: $79
You can disallow cellular data on an app-by-app basis.
Is your latest version more than five years old?
Each update you do will have new code, which would be a new copyright. The freeloaders would have to use a five year old version.
This is a good incentive for you to keep working.
Yes, feature phones can explode.
Many smart phones can have a much stronger password to unlock than a four digit pin. Of course one has to balance convenience with security when considering how strong a password to use for their device, but that is ultimately up to the user.
It would be a nice feature for TouchID to distinguish between your thumb rolled a little to the left vs a little to the right; simply link one gesture to unlock the phone and the other to duress mode.
I was skimming the summery and about halfway through I was thinking they were talking about some device that they plug your thumb drive into and it detects weather it contains porn or not, which is dubious enough; but then I suddenly realized that it was a literal dog named URL (in all caps) and suddenly I couldn't decide which of those two things is stupider.
I'm sure the dog is happy, it doesn't know that its job is total bullshit. Ignorance truly is bliss.
It is fascinating to me that people seem to be advocating that YouTube should force its customers, which are the advertisers; to pay to have their ads placed on videos which the advertisers perceive as a bad juxtaposition with their ads. Do you really think that Pepsi wants to have their product associated with a video titled "Leaked Video of SJW LOSING IT Blows Up In Her Face"?
Look, it's simple. YouTube content creators are not entitled to monetization through YouTube's advertising system. They can still post their videos for free and YouTube will pay for all the bandwidth for serving their video. They are also free to monetize their videos in other ways. Patreon is probably a good fit for video creators with large fan bases and controversial content. They can also still find their own sponsors, but I object to the idea that sponsors should be forced to be associated with any and all videos on YouTube regardless of content.
Eli points out one problem, though, which is that YouTube makes it hard for people to find out what the rules actually are. It would be nice if they could be make things more transparent.
Yes, but there is an upper bound that can only be approached asymptotically, even with arbitrarily large amounts of money.
Good lord. If your priority is to avoid public restrooms, then that would rule out doing anything outside the house. Hardly a problem particular to Broadway Theater.
Sounds more like the Killbots from Chopping Mall than Robocop.
What good is living forever if you can't enjoy a bacon cheeseburger from time to time?
Did they set it to wipe the phone after (however many) incorrect PIN attempts? Because that would be uncommon. If not, they could just keep trying PIN codes, and eventually they will get in.
The premise here is flawed.
While it's a pretty bad game, E.T. is not even the worst game on the VCS platform let alone the worst game ever made. Pac-Man is arguably worse on the platform, and there are numerous third party games that are way worse than anything Atari released. "Sorcerer" by Mythicon really sets the benchmark for how bad a game can be in my opinion. E.T. is at least 100 times better than that piece of crapola.
The solar wind is going out at all directions. You would have to first build a Dyson Sphere of solar wind harvesters in order to implement that idea.
You mean you didn't *know* she was off making lots of little phone companies?