Member since: Feb 23rd, 2006
Aug 9th 2011 2:59PM I'm gonna try to price match it at Best Buy, the closest Walmart is pretty far.
Feb 13th 2011 1:06PM Wow, big improvement for Buehrle. Apparently they lost the Pepsi sponsorship, but (like a good neighbor) State Farm is there.
Jan 9th 2011 3:22PM Pretty sure I'm one of four people to pay full price when the game was released, and it was worth every penny. I might buy the HD version just to throw some support behind the series. I want my BG&E2!
Jan 5th 2011 6:22PM I got the RRoD the day before the new Xbox was announced. I'm still not convinced it was a coincidence.
Nov 12th 2010 11:15AM Yeah, this seems like a really bad idea for most people. It would be nice if it would move the memory cache to disk when you close Firefox, but it does not.
Nov 12th 2010 11:05AM Probably because you just wiped out your cache and it had to redownload everything.
Jul 28th 2010 2:28PM @Hazdaz Read."You can implement license caching behaviors to manage access when there is no network connectivity."
Jul 28th 2010 2:25PM @Dakine99 Stop jumping to unfounded conclusions, they specifically say that the new licensing method will allow you to install on rooted devices, as opposed to the current copy protection scheme that is supposed to disallow that(although that doesn't really happen).
Jul 24th 2010 1:30PM Firefox can show an unlimited number of tabs, it's just that they keep a minimum size so you can actually tell what they are instead of shrinking down to a mess of icons. Although if you really want that behavior you can change the minimum size to make it do that. Thus the brilliance of Firefox.
Jul 24th 2010 1:01PM They're putting a lot of work into that, it's one of their top priorities. As for waiting for all your tabs to open, get the excellent extension Bar Tab. It delays the loading of each tab until you actually click on it, and that way you can have a hundred tabs restored but the browser will be usable right away.
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble