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Showing content with the highest reputation since 15/01/21 in all areas

  1. Translation : We're waiting until the uproar dies down and nobodies paying attention.
    22 points
  2. It only took them 5 years to realize nobody wanted that. Just release a touchscreen MacBook
    15 points
  3. About time someone did this. Hopefully, more countries will quickly follow suit.
    10 points
  4. I'd love this to be followed by the rest of the world. Social Media companies have become digital plagues/
    10 points
  5. Who knew that Google, Apple, Twitter, and Facebook are trying to get rid of competition
    10 points
  6. Based on their costs for things like say, monitor stands and computer case wheels, I expect this product will be in the $47,000 - $71,000 range.
    9 points
  7. Good, makes no sense anymore to do this, it shouldn't happen anywhere.
    9 points
  8. Needing an additional hardware device as a bridge isn’t a viable solution.
    8 points
  9. Sure, if you believe anything Google does can be considered "ultra-secure"
    8 points
  10. all the major social media platforms have become active political influencers: selectively promoting some voices and suppressing others, providing a biased newsfeed to psychologically influence users, allowing spying on and profiling of users(particularly politically active ones), etc. While they are directly to blame, they alone hold the power in this, there's little we can do to solve the problem: treating them as private platforms that have complete authority over what happens on their platform will allow them to continue to abuse this large influential power to sway political opinion in
    7 points
  11. 7 points
  12. Hungary's prime minister, Orban and his corrupt party has bought up using taxpayer money virtually all of the press and media in country (with the exception of a few independent stations and publications), where they spread lies about their opposition and do not allow the latter to appear by any means and express their point of view. Because of that the majority of Hungarian people and the opposition is now using Facebook to communicate and to distribute and share information about Orban's corrupt government and the possible forms of opposition. That's why Orban and his similarly corrupt min
    7 points
  13. I never thought I'd see the day that Poland protects freedoms better than the US. While some are pointing out social media companies are private, so are newspapers and broadcasters. They must adhere to laws that social media seems immune to. There also seems to be a double standard with small businesses and to who they may or may not serve. There are haunting similarities to the Nazi rise of power: Nazi party was officially "National Socialist German Workers' Party" and promoted as a government for the people to give them back what they deserve. They started with a meager 2% popularity. Th
    7 points
  14. Sweet, I can't wait to tell people I saw a comment on an article from someone who saw a post on Reddit from someone who saw a post on Facebook with something unusual going on as objective proof of something sinister.
    7 points
  15. Amazing. A Windows that doesn't have any windows. Wow. I feel ... underwhelmed by it so far. Lack of apps kills. I think that killed their phone line.
    7 points
  16. will the head strap be an optional $999 accessory?
    6 points
  17. That cant be real surely. They have done Touch ID on the power button on the iPad Air and it works well. If real then that is a terrible design
    6 points
  18. I hope others enjoy it but this is a feature I am guaranteed to never use.
    6 points
  19. The only surprise here is that it took them this long. Next: Sony.
    6 points
  20. Laws of land >>>> some community rules of social media. If you're a PLATFORM, be one, don't try to be a media and edit according to your political correctness.
    6 points
  21. Good series. I will wait 2 months though. Releasing weekly episodes on a streaming is plain dumb and backwards
    6 points
  22. I wouldn't trust Facebook with anything that is supposed to be secure. Wait until you say something they don't agree with.
    6 points
  23. 6 points
  24. If you want a touchscreen MacBook get an iPad!! A device that's designed completely for touch. I tend to agree, but Apple is giving mixed messages with the UI revamp in Big Sur hinting a Touch-based device...?
    6 points
  25. More and more people leaving this wrecking ship platform. You can't steer left everyday and don't except the boat to capsize.
    5 points
  26. I'd rather have the touch id on the power button or an additional button on the side rather than a cutout in the display
    5 points
  27. https://www.autonomous.ai/standing-desks/l-shaped-smartdesk Half the price. One has to decide if RGB is worth double the cost.
    5 points
  28. 5 points
  29. I am surprised how unpopular this policy change has become. We've watched Instagram and Oculus become Facebook-ified right before our eyes despite the outcry. Guess, it takes a WhatsApp to actually make an impact. All major companies, not just Facebook, have been encroaching on our privacy for many years and consumers at large have been indifferent. People are now at least aware of that. I am happy.
    5 points
  30. Nah...right-wing/far-right parties are just virtue signalling to their supporters.
    5 points
  31. A photo retouching app that does one thing but the Demo version won't let you even save a picture? Why not just purchase a Trial version of any other photo-editing software out there and use it, plus all its other features?
    5 points
  32. Eww. Why are we moving back towards boxy laptops?? That's not going to bode well for watching movies designed for widescreen viewing (which... They pretty much all are, soooo...) Dislike. Wouldn't go with a boxy laptop unless there was literally nothing else on the market. PS- they better not phase out 16:9 completely... The Rev will not be happy... >:-(
    5 points
  33. 5 points
  34. Well. That will only help Telegram. Too bad for signal. Just checked. Still no message sending ability
    5 points
  35. What's it going to cost, an arm and a leg?
    5 points
  36. 5 points
  37. You lost me at "popular operating system".
    5 points
  38. Well, yet again, Teams development team is focusing more on design (I am familiar with Windows and MS apps overall inconsistency) than on fundametal features like configuring Teams via GPOs (cruial thing for VDI environemnts). What about disabling auto-start of the app? Another example is auto-start of MSI installation where "OPTIONS="noAutoStart=true" simply doesn't work and start (install the app) it for any new logged in user...and many many other things which are pointed out via uservoice for very long time already, with many votes.
    5 points
  39. This is going to be like Miranda/Trillian vs AIM?
    4 points
  40. Wow, thank you for what is like your opinion man. I found HL2 and episodes, at the time of release, to be Anything but boring. But you keep you option - and ignore the consensus surely you are right. I mean if you are new to them and you try them now - maybe you can find them boring. At release - they were mind blowing
    4 points
  41. 4 points
  42. Another reason to use Kaspersky. I don't think Russia will hack their own software.
    4 points
  43. Nah...right-wing/far-right parties are just virtue signalling to their supporters. Signalling that they're doing what left wing/ socialist/ communist should actually do. Do what? Taking the freedom of speech under the guise of giving it? We've seen it before. If these rich politicians truly wanted an unmoderated platform, they'd set up their own web presence.
    4 points
  44. I hate this slow and heavy electron/web apps trend, i can understand small companies, but big companies should go native, specially for you OWN OS version
    4 points
  45. WTF is even "native" software anymore. The browser might as well just be another runtime now. If anything, electron apps are less gross than Java apps ever were. electron apps are heavy and slow, I ditched postman that used 500mb of ram and started in several seconds for a native app do the same, use 50mb of ram and start in a second
    4 points
  46. That's good. It will give everyone time to check out the other services they are leaving to much longer.
    4 points
  47. If you want a touchscreen MacBook get an iPad!! A device that's designed completely for touch. I said a touchscreen Macbook. If I wanted to say "iPad" I would have said "iPad"
    4 points
  48. hahahahah and people wonder how the US has global giants this pseudo capitalism/imperialism has to end, and this won't end very well for the regular people unfortunatly, such a perverted and unfair world, sadly
    4 points
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