bluetardis
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bluetardis
Sep 17
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So you're saying they should spare no expense? 

Sep 15
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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again... any attempt like this is a direct attack on the US economy and a declaration of war. If we find out who sent these, makes scam calls, tries to defraud senior citizens, etc. they get an immediate missile strike. Bet that would clear those foreign call centers out real quick.

Sep 12
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Isn’t Stadia on the newer Chromecast with the need for a connected controller? I’m too lazy to verify.

Sep 8
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I just don’t see the advantage though. If I’m in a situation where I financially cannot afford a product at this moment, I wait to buy it. Why get into a situation where you have unexpected expenses come up on top of paying for this product over time? Unless it’s an emergency this seems like it’s just reinforcing Read more

Sep 8
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Pop ups for newsletter, auto play videos, crashes on mobile browsers, unreliable kinja, typos abound.... yet we keep coming back.

Sep 8
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Exactly! My Flashlight Pro UltrabrightLED app isn’t anywhere near this list.

Sep 8
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I do believe that Google’s announcement of an updated list of apps is what prompted the article to be written, so that’s why it’s the focus. In a similar fashion an article about a brand new Ford recall wouldn’t go into detail on a Hyundai recall that was announced months ago.

Sep 8
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Here’s how we REALLY stop these calls. So many of them are an attempt to defraud people out of their money. An attempt to cause broad financial harm to a country could be considered an act of war. Therefore, the foreign call centers that are making these fraudulent calls are declaring war on the United States and will Read more

Sep 6
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If I expose a flaw in a bank vault and steal tons of cash can I be applauded for this as well? 

Aug 31
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Co-developed by Akihiko Kayaba

Aug 31
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A lot of the technology that children know how to use today was “especially bullshit” 10 to 20 years ago. 4k video through a 200mbps+ cellular connection (what I get on 5g at home right now) on a handheld device that can play for hours would have been inconceivable back then.

Aug 31
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I have one implanted now and use it as my USB keyboard. It types out every word that boobs comes to mind.

Aug 31
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You’re paying the RGB tax

You’re paying the RGB tax

Aug 31
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Eh, everything’s bad until it becomes a convenience to you. Now the issue may be that they want the 5 lbs of pork rinds that it’s carrying, but that’s another story.

Aug 29
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Maybe they will later? Probably wouldn't be wise to piss off all the marketplaces at once and get delisted everywhere.

Aug 29
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I was typing a reply on my phone when a full screen Samsung ad popped up. Crashed my web browser and my phone was unusable for 2 minutes. Oh the timing! It's funny how a tech site is the absolute worst case example of this!