I am not sure which one of those to support.
I like that Spotify takes the fight over Apples draconian rules on their store.
However, I also feel like Spotify had this coming. They have for years mistreated the Android users. For years Android was a second class platform. Spotify should reap what they have sown. They shouldn't have invested so heavily in the iPhone users as they did. So in some respect I think this serves them right.
Look how long it took them to support Chromecast. Apple TV however, that was supported early on. Yep.
- Better PS that I don't use.
- Better HyperV that I don't use.
- Better Office 365 that I don't use.
- Better touch screen that I don't have and doesn't want on a laptop or desktop PC.
- Better task switching? In what way? I am force to use it (win10) at work and I haven't even notice any changes so I guess i don't use that either then.
- Edge browser? You got to be kidding.
To be honest, I don't see the value for most people to switch. The only thing positive that I can say about Win10 is that the GUI now is better than Win8. But it is still extremely inferior to Win7 on a desktop or laptop. Most I have talked to dislike it. The modern parts feels forced and confuses them. It is still two GUIs in one.
MS trying to shove it down our trouts have only made me want Win10 less.
How is the weather in St. Petersburg today? As lousy as in Sweden?
I have news for you. I live in a country that used to be social democratic. It worked somewhat up until the 70-ties. Then it began to not work as well because of the first globalization movement.
After the fall of Soviet union, it stopped to work completely. The richest people in the world then got to run the world, through especially your country. They implemented total globalization - a scheme to transfer wealth from the average working man/women to the ruling 1 per mille that now decides (there is no "one perecent" - it's less than that). And a the social democratic way started to crumble. Now it simply doesn't work. It doesn't work with globalization and you wont be allowed to work against globalization. If you try, you simple will be removed.
The war is over. The richest won. Most people doesn't even understand that they have lost and that there was a war. This war was over for over 10 years ago.The only thing left to see now is what the richest will do with the rest of us. I don't think its going to be pretty. But there is absolutely nothing we can do against it. They control everything now. Nothing can be done. Sanders is a pipe dream like any other that believes that you can fight back. Sanders will never become president. He will not win the election. They will make sure of that.
Continue to read and you will realize that there isn't going to be any more releases for desktop versions. So it is a dead end. Like Picasa before it...
So, the obvious question now is "when is it discontinued"?
Because that seam to be the ultimate end for most of Googles projects. Especially these who isn't cloud related, like this. I would be surprised if this isn't killed of within 5 years.
For instance, they have only recently killed of the desktop Picasa application - a really good and free solution to organize your pictures. And now they want us to use other software that probably will be discontinued in the future whey you rely on it?
That plan wouldn't work since Kim doesn't trust China. He knows that China is feed up with him. Actually, he probably fears China more than US since he know that they might make a move to remove him. He would never approve that kind of military game.
That question has obviously been discussed between US and China and I am quite sure that there is procedures to use to tell China that they will strike North Korea.
Also, since China really isn't expecting a nuclear strike from US or any one else (this isn't the cold war), they probably wouldn't push the "world destroy" button if they saw a missile without first checking it.
The meat is rotten, but the booze is holding out. Computer translation of "The spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak."