My first thought is "no thanks, I have all my photos on my computer, back up by Time Machine, and I sure as heck don't want anybody potentially accessing them."
Apple is in full damage-control mode in the wake of the mini-maybe-not-quite-scandal that ripped through the tech universe after a handful of users complained that their iPhones are prone to bending under duress. As part of its response, Apple has opened up the lab where it conducts durability tests to media outlets…
I somehow feel... I don't know... glad, satisfied that we are now living in a world where books can be both electronic and malicious. The Future is here!
True, but you need to have a file you bought to do that. If you take a PDF file that was downloaded from some "unknown" source, you will be tracked and all the hell will broke loose upon you (lawyers, SWAT teams, judges and huge fines).
I had 37 apps. Now, 2. My wife's however... holy hell. She even has the NSA on there.
This is also a great way for Google to collect a lot of data from a new market. Android 4.4 is way more intrusive (with apps like Google Now) than Android 2.3 or any other could be. However, it's very useful! (Wrote on a Moto G ;) )
I would love to see this feature everywhere! Sure, you use a miriad of 3rd party sites/softwares already for downloading but something official would be nice.
I kinda feel like they would need to kill off the Metro look and go for something a bit more Windowsy for me to take them seriously.
Netflix.ca which doesn't even have as much content as Netflix.com has been so successful in Canada that the TV stations and Cable companies are in panic mode and have called on the Canadian Radio and Television Commission to make new regulations to protect their interests from the American ogre. The hearings are…
I think the industry has missed the boat on this one. Sure there was a time where paying for ala-carte channels would have been huge, and I think for HBO it would probably work out, but thanks to the internet, streaming, and every other content delivery method, I think paying for shows would serve the public better…
Don't take this as an attempt to be argumentative, but I'm guessing that you've probably never NEEDED to regularly produce written content for a paycheck. It's all well and good until you have a day when your mind is elsewhere and there's absolutely nothing you want to write about and the choice really isn't yours. …
You know how this works, HBO.
OK people, stop doing whatever the hell you're doing. Stop working, stop eating, stop loving or hating. Stop. Stop and watch these perfect OMFGAFASDGASDGHJDFG photos of puppies swimming underwater by Seth Casteel. Because nothing else matters, really. Nothing. Nothing but puppies.
welcome Mr. Dixit
Probably nothing wrong w/ the phrase "tens of them", but the expression "dozens of them" is more familiar.
Beyond that, EXCELLENT summary!
EDIT: I see PC World themselves went with "tens of them." Huh.
Words are dead. Grammar, syntax, nuance—all pointless when adorable cartoon sea animals can do the dirty work for us. At least, that's the world Emojli, an emoji-only social network, would like to envision. But after spending some time there, I am more than happy with my inanimate letters. For Emojli's future is a…
Great article. I totally agree with it. From a really professional point of view this is a great piece of work that no other company could have done this way. All the Samsungs and Asus' on this planet only think technology – if you do not know what i mean watch the ridiculous ASUS Spot for there new Zen Watch without…
It's a gadget that will be obsolete when the next generation comes out like most digital technology products these days from laptops to phones to TVs. This fact doesn't make it worthless.