Chrome OS Arrives On the iPad — No, Seriously!
Installing Chrome OS over iOS is effectively turning your iPad into a JooJoo.
The only reason I could see anyone doing this is for the challenge. If you're ideologically opposed to iOS, then you wouldn't own an iPad anyway.
YouTube Wins vs. Telecinco In Spain
Takedown notices only apply in the US
And YouTube complies with US law. In fact, they make it very easy to send a takedown request: http://www.youtube.com/copyright_complaint_form
Flash On Android Is 'Shockingly Bad'
I'd say first we need developers making content accessible to current hardware. We're not at the point were we can put heavy-duty processors into phones and expect to have any sort of useful battery life.
Lucas Promises Star Wars on Blu-Ray in 2011
Sorry, but TL;DR version? Your comment is longer than TFA, and I barely read that.
Verizon Changing Users Router Passwords
lazy fuck could be lit on fire next to a pool and he'd burn to death.
And complain if someone pushed him in to it.
Cell Phone Group Sues San Francisco Over Radiation Law
They want to label the phones with their specific absorption rate, which is average power absorbed per kg of tissue. It's a measurement the FCC already takes, and they mandate a SAR of less than 1.6 W/kg.
Of course, the effects of that amount of haven't been shown to be harmful.
Paperless Tickets Flourish Despite 'Grandma Problem'
If you don't like high resale prices, buy your tickets early at retail, or don't buy them at all.
Clearly some tickets are worth X% markup to some people.
Poor Vision? There's an App For That
The test would be administered by an optician or someone else qualified, with a smartphone. It wouldn't be meant for consumers to test their own vision.