Echostar
Echostar
Echostar
Thursday 2:08PM
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I think most of Anker’s products have an 18-month warranty if I’m not mistaken.

Thursday 11:47AM
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Hmm. That explains why I don’t see Aukey or Mpow products anymore. I had no idea they’d been removed by Amazon. I figured it was an algorithm change. Shame. I liked their products. RavPower too.

6/09/21 7:41PM
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The issue is when tech companies release these types of statements, there are usually two versions. The press release version (seen in this article) and another that is jargon-y for those who are familiar with the jargon. Read more

6/09/21 7:25PM
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Are you somehow unaware that this is a comment section and not some professional environment? And I promise you that even in that setting, no one would have a problem with that descriptor for you. Read more

6/09/21 6:34PM
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Actual shrink here. Your entire comment (but especially this paragraph below) is you doing a lot of projection. Read more

6/09/21 5:25PM
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I would also assume the user made some sort of very basic and standard change regarding their network IP Read more

6/09/21 4:45PM
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According to their blog post it seems like the entire network has yet to be patched, so they probably don’t want to give detailed instructions on how to trigger it just yet. I’m guessing they also want to double and triple check that there aren’t other permutations of config changes that can trigger similar things.

6/09/21 4:19PM
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What are you even talking about?  An inference to what?  That a customer did something and that broke things?  Yeah.  I picked that up.  Can you explain the “how” beyond that?  I very much doubt it.

6/09/21 3:04PM
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It’s just a list of standard troubleshooting steps.  Nothing detailed there comes close to explaining how that fouled up Fastly.

6/09/21 12:17PM
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This is actually...not good, and not something I’d be interested in. My park experiences often leave me with a dead phone by mid-afternoon, and since it’s nigh on impossible to buy a phone nowadays that has replaceable batteries, I’d have to spend part of my day in the park charging my device, just to make sure I can Read more

6/09/21 12:16PM
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Here in Canada, Rogers experienced a full day disruption back in April of their services nationwide due to a software update to a single Ericsson unit that was central to their wireless network. Read more

6/08/21 11:08PM
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A dead battery may not be that big of a deal, express transit works for hours after the iPhone battery has died, I imagine using it as a key should/could work similarly.

6/08/21 5:14PM
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I gotta say that as much as I dislike walled gardens, the Disney Watchband thing meant that I could walk around the parks without worrying about cash, room keys or cards.