There recently have been some misguided calls to close up Android as an open-source project. Not only are these arguments rooted in incorrect facts, but they make the claim that it’s just up to Google. It isn’t, we all have a role.
It should be a simple question to answer, but it isn’t. I’ll explain why, and the correct answer(s) today.
Moral of the story: Sell items separately, and describe them properly.
Ads can backfire, and your app can stink, if you try to cram too much through a narrow pipe.
Looks like Microsoft has made good on giving OEMs a workaround for the TPM 2.0 requirement… at least for now.
Microsoft has said that after July 29th, it will be $129 to upgrade to Windows 10. But even if you don’t want to upgrade right now, you can still lock in Windows 10 upgrade rights for life on each machine.
History repeats itself, OUYA all over again.
It’s very ironic that a disk drive maker’s software is such a space hog.
Microsoft broke IMAP access for Outlook.com Custom Domains – a product they discontinued, but promised to keep active for legacy users. The result of Microsoft’s glitch, and they still call it a glitch – despite not delivering the promised fix – is that IMAP access for Mac and Android was broken completely.
My favorite (free!) document management system… just got discontinued. But it’s still the best out there, so grab it while you can!