Interesting. I hate them both and use a Moto Droid.
Interesting. I hate them both and use a Moto Droid.
Actually, the SyFy channel was having a Star Trek movie marathon last night.
It would only be Darwinism if the person playing PoGo died, such as if they walked or drove off of a cliff while playing.
Sign me up. I am ready for your one-click Qualcomm root exploit app.
I still love Android tablets, I just haven't had a need for a new one in 3 years. My 2013 Nexus tablet still serves me just fine and I use it almost every day for looking up data during meetings at work and couch surfing and playing games at home or watching movies when traveling. When it finally dies I will definitely buy another, if not sooner. The nVidia Shield tablets have been calling my name lately.
Can someone provide a honest non-paranoid schizophrenic listing of reasons to or not to upgrade from Windows 8 to Windows 10?
This is for my dedicated Windows gaming machine. I have other Linux servers and Android devices for other things.
I currently run Start 8 on it to make it look pretty much like Windows 7 and I would run Start 10 on it if I upgraded to do the same.
DirectX 12 support is already one big reason to upgrade.
to root my Android 6.0 phone. I should never have upgraded. I really miss my old rooted phoned.
I love my now fairly old Moto 360. I get about a day and a half of battery life out of it and it usually outlasts my phone and yet fully charges in less than an hour. I charge my phone everyday and just drop my watch on its charger at night. It is no big deal. I love being able to create and changes faces when I want as well as being able to see notifications, appointments, and calls without taking out my phone. Although I own several other nice dumb watches, I don't think I could ever go back.
I never had Doom dreams, but I did have Tribes dreams. That game may not be considered as revolutionary, but the open air freedom of jump packs and ski jumping was revolutionary in its own way, especially in Tribes 2 which I consider to be the height of the franchise.
EStrongs *USED TO* make great software, but they sold out several years ago to a Hong Kong based company that just keeps stuffing more and more bloat and ads into what was once some of the best Android software.
I personally use Root Explorer now which works great, even on non-rooted devices.
Got my hopes up, I thought maybe they were testing a black background instead of white. I have been using a combination of the Stylish Add-on and the Dark Fusion style from userstyles.org to achieve this for quite some time now. But, it would be nice to be able to set this right inside of Google's Options.
I completely agree, especially with my choice in remote controls. I have a home theater system composed of an HDTV, stereo, Bluray player, Tivo, and various streaming devices. I hate keeping track of multiple remotes and learning new ones as I upgrade components. So, when I found my now ancient Home Theater Master MX-500 I fell in love. It was able to learn and emulate all of my remotes with its 45 hard buttons, 5 way thumbpad, and mono LCD. I can run everything in the dark without even looking at it as I can tell by feel where everything is. I have tried various other remotes including fancy Harmonies and all touch screen devices and remote control apps for my phone, but nothing has ever been more usable than my now ancient universal remote with its primitive screen and buttons.
It is just you. That statement is quite an exaggeration. Just as most of the "vulnerabilities" that are found are. Companies like FireEye and Zimperium exist for situations just like this. They have a team of people scouring available source code looking for any little flaw and then when they find something like this they send out press releases and hype it up as the next big doom and gloom phone destroyer so that people will buy their security app. But, when looking into the details you find that this bug only really affects phones running Android less than 4.4 and on the Qualcomm chipset. Many phones back in that era used a TI chipset instead so that limits the numbers right there. And then, when you look at what it is supposedly capable of you see that the worst it could do under ideal circumstances is to steal SMS and phone call data so it could gather who you call and text. But, just like the infamous StageFright vulnerability there still hasn't been a single documented case of it being exploited in the wild because of all of the other Android security in place to mitigate such risks.
The fact that these old bugs are being found is because of the open source advantage that you mentioned. There is no telling how many vulnerabilities exist in iOS devices because the code is not open for review. This is, of course, good and bad, depending on who happens to stumble across the vulnerability first.
Also, no one who cares anything about security should be using Android older than 4.4 or even 5.0. That is like using Windows XP or even Windows 95 and complaining that it has security vulnerabilities.
I think the IoT will change this trend for higher income households. I was just recently lamenting that both my 8-port switch upstairs and my 4-port WiFi router downstairs are full and I have so many wireless devices I have lost count. I have a DIY security system, home automation (temp and lights), and remote video surveillance all accessed and controlled from my phone when I am away from home. All of that, and my wife and I combined barely make over the $100k threshold. I would hate to give up either home or mobile internet at this point.
There have been many examples of cloned animals having very different color patterns on their genetically identical bodies.
Google "cloned cats look different"
Overflow on /dev/null, please empty the bit bucket.