Member since: Dec 18th, 2008
Aug 6th 2010 8:40AM @drbaltazar still wouldn't be able to make calls :(
Jun 21st 2010 11:51AM @David V Yeah, and the point is that Google provides an easy way for you to do it as a part of their settings.....What you mention requires add-on's in FF... You just made my point stronger. I don't want to use some "hack" to disable ads when I can go into settings and turn it off regardless of what brower/os/whatever I use.
Jun 21st 2010 10:34AM @Spindel Settings >> Web Clips >> Uncheck the "show webclips" >> Save... voila, no more webclips up topIf there are any more ads in Gmail, I've never seen 'em
Jun 21st 2010 9:36AM @Android looks Hacked Together Um, like bing AND yahoo! aren't? They're all into advertising. At least Google allows me to erase the data they have on me, unlike some others. Oh, and should I add how long Hotmail added that sig after you sent out emails? THEY ALL ADVERTISE. However, all Google knows about is some guys who's email address is something and he lives somewhere in the urban areas of Maryland.P.S.... If you want to compare Google to Yahoo! to Hotmail. I've got one comparison for you:Google: 1 single line ads in Gmail which you CAN turn offHotmail, Yahoo!: Huge, picture ad which you CAN'T turn off'nuff said.
Jun 21st 2010 9:29AM @Android looks Hacked Together A lot of it is personal preference, AND IE8 is leaps and bounds ahead of IE6 but...SecurityLayoutLoad TimeCrashingThose are my big 4 against IE8.... However I will say that it's still ages ahead of Safari in my opinion.
Jun 21st 2010 9:00AM @Android looks Hacked Together yeah, good luck with Safari or IE....The only other Browser I'd use is Opera. FF is becoming too "bloated" lately.Oh, and on the OS part, I'd like a WebOS or Windows Embedded 7 device to compare to, but right now I'd take Chrome OS over CE anyday....
Jun 21st 2010 8:57AM @Excalibur Will you take off the tin foil hat already? The aliens aren't coming, and if they do that tin foil is not going to protect you. EVERYONE, again *EVERYONE* "steals" your data. Google just happens to own up to it. You think Microsoft or Yahoo! don't? I don't care what their EULA says, they do it. Oh, and P.S. at least Google gives you something USEFULL in return for it, unlike Yahoo! I won't say much about MS, because they do have decent free products, but come one MS, is Hotmail (Live Mail) REALLY the best you can do? For crying out loud, even ZOHO is better. Props for Office Live, Sync, and Sky Drive though!/rant
Jun 3rd 2010 1:27PM @ECH That's what she said :)
May 27th 2010 7:41AM @Ariel Bender Are you serious? You're smoking some good reefer there bud. I'll be the first to admit that parts of Android aren't as aesthetic as Mobile OSX, but mediocre? Google has THE best integration I've seen between mobile and desktop. The only thing I wish is that their product were a little more tightly integrated between themselves. But I'm sorry, Gmail, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks and Android blow Mobile Me out of the water period. Oh, and for 99 bucks, what was the uptime of Mobile Me compared to Gmail last year? riiiight...... I'm sorry, but I'm not a criminal, so I don't care what Google knows about me. When I start getting annoying ads to my house, cell, email, etc.. I'll complain. But for now the "They know everything about me and advertise the crap out of me" just doesn't fly man.
Apr 22nd 2010 7:18AM @cherryboom WOW.... I don't even have a comeback for that one... just wow.I would gladly buy a nexus one and give my money to a company that provides many quality FREE services to people, then a corporation that has become a cult that primarily (not all people) services douche bags like you. Go make out with your sister.
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