I must apologize to Dave Winer. He warned me about supporting services that aren’t the open web and I wasn’t willing to listen to him a month ago, because I was infatuated with a cool new service that lots of insiders were supporting.
I’ve seen a LOT of discussion about Quora in the past few weeks since I wrote it could be the biggest blogging innovation in the past decade.
Joining a startup canbe an incredibly rewarding experience, but it's also a risky move, since a lot ofstartups end up failing.One way to avoidjoining the wrong startup is to ask the right questions during the interview and figuring out ifit's a goodmatch for you.
Apple has shared a new ad touting how iMessage use means supporting the company's green data centres.New Apple Ad: Using iMessage Means “Showing Some Love for the Earth” is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
The insiders are quick to warn that the FTC hasn't reached any definitive answers. It's still entirely possible that the FTC will decide against any kind of formal complaint against Google. In part, that could stem from the nature of the American smartphone market.
Unlike the first version, everything is anonymous and you don't necessarily have to rely on your social network for answers this time around. "We think the future of search engines is just ask a question, get the answer," Stone told TechCrunch . The goal is to save users those "ten or 15 minutes you didn't have to spend looking around on links.
Picture the streets of Beverly Hills and you probably imagine seas of ultra-luxurious cars piloted by celebrities or their chauffeurs. However, you may have to get used to a new sight in the future: hordes of vehicles with no drivers at all. The city's council has voted to produce a fleet of self-driving cars that would provide on-demand shuttle service around town.
It's worth noting that the support for Adblock and Adblock Plus extensions is how Microsoft plans to offer an ad-blocking experience. Originally, some slides from a developer presentation made it seem as if Edge would have built-in ad-blocking; instead, it'll just support the feature from third-party developers. That's just how Apple and Google handle ad-blocking with Safari and Chrome.
DeLuca describes herself as #motherworking not a #workingmother.But the question I have is, who says you have to rank the different parts of yourself like that? A cranky older manwithout the grace to keep his sarcasm to himself?Whether you're a mother or a father, you can be a professional, a hard worker and lots of other things, a cook, a maker, a move lover, a student, a sibling, a spouse ...
The FCC has voted in favor of expanding Lifeline, a phone subsidy program that has been around for the last thirty or so years. Under this expansion, low-income individuals and families will be able to get subsidized high-speed Internet service, an essential service in the modern world. The Lifeline program will cover bundled Internet-and-voice services, as well as Internet-only services.
Like other party-friendly cardgames in recent memory, Spyfall hinges pretty largely on the group of people you play it with. In this game's case, that's thanks to a stress on bothdeception andtheatrics. Everybody has to invent both questions and answers, all while keeping pivotal details close to their chest, tofigure out their half of anasymmetrical mystery.
Google's Benson Leung called out the LG G5 and the HTC 10 this past due to their USB-C cords, both of which break official USB-C spec rules. Why? Qualcomm's Quick Charge technology. The cords do not fit the standard specifications for USB Type-C (or USB-C, however you want to say it) as set by the USB Implementers Forum.
In the tech industry, Google is famous for its April Fools' Day pranks. While Google's main prank this yearfor thegeneral public went horribly wrong and has already been pulled (the prankadded a "mic drop" feature to Gmail that allegedly causedsome people to lose their jobs), here's one that you can enjoy without the risk of getting fired.
Citizens in Nunavut that are using Bell’s wireless cell phone services have been struggling with unreliable, spotty service.Nunavut Citizens Using Bell Struggle With Unreliable Wireless Service is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
We've all had those days where you're hungry, and nothing in the house sounds good, and you really don't feel like going out to pick up something. It usually ends with hunger motivating you to finally make or get something, but one of the obvious answers is to just get something delivered.
A federal judge in Washington has now confirmed what has been strongly suspected : that Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) researchers at its Software Engineering Institute were hired by the federal government to do research into breaking Tor in 2014.
Uber is still providing service in Edmonton's surrounding municipalities, including Sherwood Park.Uber Continues to Operate in Sherwood Park Despite Suspension in Edmonton is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
Sportsnet for iOS now supports NOW logins to live-stream your favourite sports.Sportsnet for iOS Updated to Launch NOW Live Streaming Service is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
Reports that swear they're not April Fools' pranks claim China has banned April Fools' day, citing annoyance and incompatibility with the "western tradition." April Fools' day is, of course, a day for unabashed suspicion — it’s also fun, and companies have fully embraced it to release all sorts of amusing (and sometimes incredibly frustrating ) jokes.