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Showing content with the highest reputation since 10/23/2017 in all areas

  1. 46 points
    So your argument is that they are already sort of blocking stuff now, so why not let them potentially block even more? This is a terrible editorial.
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    "What that means is that everyone is indirectly paying for Netflix traffic, even if you aren't a customer." This is absolutely false. Netflix pay's its carriers for the data it uses. (Level 3/Century Link, Zayo, Cogent, etc.) The end user isn't paying Netflix's bill any more than we are paying the bill for grandmas to use Facebook or for those same grandmas to watch porn. This reads like a very misinformed attempt to use the "no free ride" argument where it doesn't apply. The issue with Netflix was that ISP's were unhappy that customers were actually using the data they had paid for and they tried to double dip. The only people that were getting a free ride were the ISP's, who not only built their networks with tax payer money, they then tried to charge a company for their customers to get what they already paid for.
  5. 29 points
    good, only way to reduce these pay to win is for people to vote with their feet and not buy these games.
  6. 28 points
    In the next update, can they make it so it actually works?
  7. 27 points
    It hardly does anything new. One of the best inventions of 2017? Christ on a bike.
  8. 24 points
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    Honestly, Microsoft consumer department is run by idiots. All I can say on this list is WTF!
  10. 24 points
    Blocking ads isn't just to avoid seeing and hearing annoying messages on every webpage anymore, it is a legitimate strategy for your own security and protection of your private resources.
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    Give it up liberals and move on. If you believe Russia had an inside influence you need to get your head examined.
  14. 21 points
    All companies have a set of rules that employees must follow. You don't follow these rules, then there's a good chance you will lose employment.
  15. 20 points
    Wow, a whole 8.4% of the 175,993 tweets were related to the election!!! That's just TERRIBLE!!!! LOL These people REALLY need to get a life and get over it. The Democrats lost the election because they ran a horrible excuse for a candidate. End of story.
  16. 20 points
    All the big companies went all in for political correctness (ie. shut down non pleasant p.o.v). I sincerely hope he wins.
  17. 20 points
    Too bad you didn't work for Apple, you'd already have one. :-)
  18. 20 points
    "...we had to commit to the fact that it would be a full top-to-bottom screen on the front...". That's notch entirely true...
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    "What I think is remarkable about the iPhone X is that its functionality is so determined by software." If he had said that same sentence and left out the 'X' it would matter since the concept is exactly what iPhones and smartphones in general has been since day one: that the device is a mini-computer with many potential functionality aspects all determined by the applications they're allowed to run and the creativity of the software developers creating those apps. My God, he literally just said the iPhone X is different because it's capable of doing stuff, seriously, he did. Jony, buddy, you need to get outta Cupertino 'cause your brain is suffering from iRot.
  21. 19 points
    I'm not sure how Youtube could be considered usable without an ad blocker
  22. 19 points
    Yeah no... I don't want a mobile OS on my PC. I bet they also remove admin/root for users.
  23. 19 points
    Correct. And therefore, unlikely to be a mere coincidence. Lol.. When the iPhone X screen get praised people say that Apple made it and calibrated it and Samsung just manufactured it, and when there are problems with the screen Samsung is responsible
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