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  2. 'The most noticeable change with the new interface are the tabs which float in the tab bar rather than appearing to be fixed to the URL bar.' I clearly remember a browser doing this before, but a long time ago, I just don't remember what browser it was.
  3. Superuser

    What Do You Put in Your Pockets?

    It depends on what I wearing and the time of year but its my keys, wallet, and phone of course. Nothing goes in my back pockets so the phone can be a merry go around. Colder weather I have a jacket and warmer weather often wearing cargo pants so not a problem in those cases. Sometimes it is just in my hand or in my bag which always have when go to work. I did start putting my wallet in my back pocket when young because that is what every one else did but then asked myself why am I sitting on my wallet? LOL Didn't even have a phone to worry about back than. Your wallet also is not
  4. I'm seeing this from a different perspective. For $200 you get a military-grade smartphone with an insane battery?! That's wonderful for weekend hikes, rafting, extreme sports, or anywhere you'd like to have coverage that you don't need the fanciness of a better device. In addition that Mediatek must give you extended battery life compared to a faster Snapdragon phone.
  5. Neowin Podcast Episode 22: LG gives up on phones, and what's next for Windows 10 by João Carrasqueira The Neowin Podcast is supported by Audible, a provider of audiobooks, podcasts, and other audio-based entertainment that you can download and listen to anywhere, even when you're offline. Plus, if you also use Kindle to read books, your progress can even sync between your written books and the audio version. Sign up for a free trial of Audible and get your first audiobook for free at audibletrial.com/neowin. You can even keep that audiobook - and any other ones you end up getting - forever if
  6. warwagon

    What Do You Put in Your Pockets?

    Front left, usually my phone and probably a usb flash drive Front right - My keys when I get out of my car Rear Left - Checkbook and Wallet Rear Right - Usually Empty
  7. cork1958

    Pidgin 2.14.3 [Update]

    There are still several around although I don't know anyone that has used one in years. I believe the last time I even checked one out was in the 90's!
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  9. jnelsoninjax

    What Do You Put in Your Pockets?

    Depending on what I am wearing (shorts or pants) Left front - keys, right: most of time empty unless I do not have a rear pocket then wallet. Right rear = wallet. My cell has a belt clip case, and generally I have it clipped to my belt or shirt if I do not have a belt.
  10. Microsoft Weekly: Paint in the Microsoft Store, Age of Empires IV, and Surface updates by Florin Bodnarescu A number of Surface firmware updates, an overdue appearance of Paint in the Microsoft Store, and a celebration of the venerable RTS series that is Age of Empires were all in the news this week. You can find info about that, as well as much more below, in your Microsoft digest for the week of April 4 - 10. Paint in the Microsoft Store We’ll start with some Windows 10 and Paint news, as the Redmond giant has released yet another Insider build to testers. Part of the co_relea
  11. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium review: The new best convertible by Rich Woods When Lenovo refreshed its ThinkPad X1 family back in January, it added a new ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga to its lineup. Honestly, at the time, I didn't know that I should be so excited about it. Sure, it's a ThinkPad X1 Yoga but with titanium materials and a 3:2 screen, right? But it's so much more than that. This thing is an absolute delight and has quickly become my favorite convertible. In fact, this is part of a larger family of devices from Lenovo that includes the new ThinkPad X1 Nano and the ThinkPad X12 Detach
  12. Nick H.

    What Do You Put in Your Pockets?

    Sensory distraction (I'm not sure if that's the correct term). Bumping into someone can take their attention away from the feeling of the wallet being lifted. Add an extra step of replacing the wallet with something else to give you more time to get away:
  13. Harpo

    What Do You Put in Your Pockets?

    Usually nothing unless I'm going out somewhere, then just my wallet and my keys. I've always carried my wallet in my front pocket also, not so much because I'm afraid of it being stolen but because I can't stand sitting on it. Speaking of thieves though I'm still amazed that someone could still something out of your back pocket without you noticing, doesn't seem possible. People are always shocked/horrified when I tell them I've never owned a cell phone.
  14. Jim K

    What Do You Put in Your Pockets?

    Front right - Phone Front left - keys (and change if I receive any) Right rear - wallet Do we have left rear pockets?
  15. "Facebook is suffering a worldwide outage" ; Look like they did humanity a favor for a change
  16. Nick H.

    What Do You Put in Your Pockets?

    Well I've got paper and a lighter to start a fire, so the barbeque might be overkill.
  17. He's Dead Jim

    What Do You Put in Your Pockets?

    I tend not to put things in my trouser pockets, occaisionally my wallet, but usually have dog poop bags, keys and phone. in my jacket.
  18. SnoopZ

    What Do You Put in Your Pockets?

    I kind of expect you to pull a barbeque out in a minute!
  19. Nick H.

    What Do You Put in Your Pockets?

    It depends on what I'm wearing. Work trousers - Front left: Work phone Front right: Personal phone Home - Front left: Wallet/free Front right: Personal phone Back left: Wallet/free Back right: free Jacket/coat: Left: Mask Right: Lighter And then there is my bag: Tobacco, filter tips, keys, plastic bag, book, notebooks, pen, passport, padlock, lockpick set, hand sanitiser, masks, charging brick, cables, knife, mints, lighter, snack, drink...I think the only thing I'm missing is some rope.
  20. Steven P.

    What Do You Put in Your Pockets?

    Front left phone, front right keys, rear right: wallet
  21. SnoopZ

    What Do You Put in Your Pockets?

    I would never put anything of important in my rear pockets where I could lose or get nicked. Front Right is only ever my wallet and phone(in a custom made pouch as to never get damaged). Front Left, house keys + coins( in a pouch as to not hole the pocket) and car keys.
  22. InsaneNutter

    Share your oldest screenshots

    @ozgeekI had a very similar version of that case, the front design just looks a little different to yours. The photo meta data shows the date taken as 23.01.2004:
  23. Sir Topham Hatt

    What Do You Put in Your Pockets?

    Just wondering. Generally I have: Front left: Phone Front right: Wallet Rear left: Temporary place for rubbish Rear right: Car keys
  24. My personal grievance with Snip & Sketch is that the last time I used it, it still didn't have a dedicated button to open the snip in Paint 3D, which is an awfully handy feature of the Snipping Tool
  25. I gave up Firefox when they dropped support for multi-row tabs (Tab Mix Plus extension). When I saw the title of this post, I hoped for a moment that maybe it might be supported again. No, and on the contrary it sounds like yet another reason to forget Firefox.
  26. Probably to make it look like it isn't a Chinese company. Although using the all caps thing in the name kinda ruins that.
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