Why Phone Stores Should Stockpile Replacements
And I mean the crowd, not the admins.
For voicing all the thoughts that immediately jumped into my mind as soon as I saw this on the front page.
Why Your Next Phone Will Include Biometric Security
My next phone is just six months away.
Using Technology To Make Guns Safer
How dare those evil gun makers not make their products more fragile, less likely to fire and more prone to failure! If only guns could be made as safe as a child's toy,
More Than 25% of Android Apps Know Too Much About You
Then you may have done it wrong (or whatever example you followed was wrong). The default IDE (Eclipse with the ADK plugin) does not generate permissions into the manifest. They all go in manually. If your Hello, World required extra permissions then they were most likely added by accident or you are using some uncommon IDE/plugin.
Apple Reportedly Planning Streaming Music Service
They can't launch until they figure out who they will sue for patent infringement once they create the product.
Microsoft: 'Unlikely' Credit Card Details Lifted From Xbox 360s
Yes, I see the difference. One follows the headline pattern of print and electronic media that has been established for probably 50-100 years. The other has extra garbage words that do not change the meaning and take up more space.
Google Introduces Programming Challenge In Advance Of GoogleIO
There's nothing to support the idea that machine quality is linked to registration.
I believe the hike to $900 is their response to 'freeloaders' showing up just to get swag.
IBM Snags Patent On Half-Day Off of Work Notifications
Even in 2006, this would have been an obvious solution for anyone in the field.
The London Riots and Facial Recognition Technology
Could we find a more loaded term than that? I don't think so. Heaven forbid some folks actually try to glom together and do good.
Ray Gun Puts Voices Inside Your Head
"There must be some way out of here," said the joker to the thief...