Member since: Sep 18th, 2008
Nov 16th 2009 11:29AM Well, there is a solution without central storage. The httpTorrents site merely passes through the torrent data onto your PC, doing all of the work of the torrent client, and your PC essentially just becomes a remote storage location for httpTorrents. Pass-through.
Nov 2nd 2009 12:54PM Corporate disobedience is a valid response to corporate greed.
Nov 1st 2009 8:20AM "Wave on, wave on..." -Jimi Hendrix
Oct 5th 2009 7:43AM It needs a stylus. Capacitive is a failure for small form factors. Swiping is fine for gross movements but you can't edit a 3x3 icon with your finger, unless you're six inches tall.Other than that, great phone specs and none of that Android ridiculousness. At least when I get an incoming call on a WinMo, it'll actually switch to the call right away instead of thinking about it.
Sep 15th 2009 2:37PM Maybe he ate sardines before he wrote the article, Bob.
Aug 6th 2009 8:59AM @jr: with the sig technique, you lean on their processing cycles rather than your own. A true hack, worthy of alt.hacks circa 1994
Aug 5th 2009 3:37PM Oh, we're doing the "product A caught viruses product B didn't" thing again?NOD32 catches viruses that Avira, AVG, and Avast miss. And vice-versa. Got it?
Jul 14th 2009 2:11PM xylocarp pie
Jul 2nd 2009 10:42AM All true. And still, I would avoid paying those taxes regardless of what the Supreme Court says. I don't like what the gov't -- local, state, and federal -- is doing and my say is somehow being diluted by corp lobbyists, so I'll resort to corporate disobedience. And good luck fighting that.
Jun 22nd 2009 8:28AM It doesn't pick up playcounts, or lastplayed from iPods. It won't sync ratings. But, it does play the music and parse the ID3s.
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble