“Have you met Jacob?” It’s the first question they ask me, inside a small meeting room, deep in the heart of Facebook’s Menlo Park campus, where keyboard fans from across the Bay Area have braved the rain to show off their boutique builds. Many of them have spent thousands of dollars on their board collections, with…
“Dragons to the east of me, Snow and walkers to the north. Here I am stuck in the middle with you...”
I really like my SP4, but I feel like the lack of USB-C is an incredibly big miss for the SP5. They didn’t have to ditch their Surface Connect port, all they had to do was add USB-C. They could have allowed charging from both ports.
How is her identity threatening yours? I mean, there are many reasons, from abuse to mental illnesses and brain biology to “natural” reasons, we don’t fully understand yet that can lead to transgenderism and even homosexuality.
I expected her to make her posts via MySpace.
I honestly believe that the amount of value I get out of using Google’s free services is well worth them guzzling my personal data. This isn’t a “what do you have to hide” argument against privacy or anything, but literally a value exchange.
I’m only catching up now, but was surprised by last weeks’s episode where Jimmy realized he wasn’t doing much as Guardian except beating up and scaring people. His scenes with the little boy were actually very nice and drove home how much they’ve wasted him this season with this wannabe superhero crap.
The war of Wonder Woman v Ally McBeal v Lois Lane v Mary Alice was really intense.
Well, that was just a wonderful read, thank you for that, Alex.
“Dark Patterns” are going to backfire on companies, especially after your readers put names to the shady practices, like “Privacy Zuckering.” When are US companies going to learn?
The worst example of this I saw was this year, while using the online version of H&R Block TaxCut.
I have used X1s at work since the infamous third iteration with the virtual function bar (which, surprise surprise, is now a selling point for MacBooks Pro). Even though I still rock my last-gen Vaio Z at home, I couldn’t hope for a better laptop at work. Solid, light, excellent for traveling, powerful AF, and for…
I don’t understand why people care if the (apple) latpop is thinner, doesn’t change anything for me, I prefer less bezels (like dell XPS) less weight (like many laptop) and more ports (like many laptop), furthermore if you compare my thicker XPS, it doesn’t over heat and I never hear the fan compared to my colleagues…
Thanks for the clarification and thorough testing Alex. This would have been a great footnote to the article or first comment as some writers do. Either way, from the methodology that you described, it sounds like it’s going to be a boon for the majority of users that go with a cheaper system (i.e. most likely not…
Alex thanks for the write up, but I would have been really interested in seeing more of a real world benchmark set up.
It’ll happen sooner than later. They have the support of Zeiss and if you look at the best rated lenses on the market, most of them are available either exclusively for Sony or available for it.
Well, habit plays a role...but transfer costs are enormous...I’d lose 1/3 the purchase price of any gear I sold...not to mention that I doubt there is anything as good as my Canon 70-200 2.8 II on Sony’s platform...granted, if I was new, I would totally consider this...or if my gear was all stolen and I got an…
In 2016, rising Chinese tech star LeEco made an aggressive move to conquer the unfamiliar US market with cheap gadgets. But just months after a blingy launch event in October, the company’s American operation is in shambles. From missed payrolls to disappearing employees, former employees of the once-hyped startup…
yeah but will that HP have as smooth of a user experience? As nice display? An SSD, and be as thin and well built? My mother can figure out how to use one with ease, unlike windows.