On the one hand, I enjoy iMessage and I often wish it were available on my Windows PC.
This looks amazing. Must try.
Yup. I have a really good Blogger/Google+ rant about that anytime someone wants to hear it.
Honestly, as fun as that scene would be in Infinity Wars, I’d rather have Tony Stark and Dr. Strange look at each other and make Sherlock Holmes jokes.
I would much have my drivers licence and a few other cards in my Apple Wallet instead and then I could stop carrying a wallet entirely
I wanted to love Pacific Rim so much when I went to see it and came away so disappointed. I may skip the theatre on this one and rent on iTunes in a few months.
I don’t think I’ve really tasted a difference and if I did, well “shrug emoji”. It’s Coke Zero. I like it.
You are very welcome, GaryK! Glad you found that tip helpful.
You can access the bookmarks feature on desktop using Twitter Lite (mobile.twitter.com) in your desktop browser. In fact, using Twitter Mobile on desktop is a better Twitter experience anyway.
I’m totally down with Darth Revan.
I am a ridiculously fast eater and I blame that on 15 years in journalism where I scarfed down food at my desk at lunch time in between interviews and story writing. And I’ve never been able to break that and slow down. Unsurprisingly, I struggle with my weight.
Yeah, I’m wondering what happens when I disable my ad blocker, switch to this new Chrome service and, say, come back to Gizmodo. Will I get a popup that says “Hey, please switch to a new browser because Google blocks ads that we need to pay the bills?”
Bellator is basically a non-factor. They occasionally do a million or more viewers for a freakshow fight, but their week-in, week-out ratings are not great.
They do. Except the PPVs are on a month delay, unlike WWE where they are live. UFC would be crazy to adopt the WWE Network model, though, because even 100,000 buy PPVs are still profitable.
That’s entirely fair, considering we’ve seen a few recent examples of fighters refusing to do media because they’re not getting paid extra for it and are having to break camp for it.
Good piece. Two additional thoughts:
Yes. That’s not a perfect model either, but it’s a start.
I really wish software companies would move beyond the numbered/named releases for their products and just work on the ongoing, continual improvement of their products, period. And sometimes that will involve new features and sometimes it won’t. Like, why does Apple have to launch a splashy new iOS *every September*?…
You’re getting way too much hate mail in the comments. I liked the review - well written, well thought out and well argued. I don’t agree with all of it, but, it’s a TV review. Hardly worth fighting over.
Gboard has a workaround for that now.