07-04-2020 11:38 AM Now that is a great photo and a cute cat. I am glad you like your Pixel phone. I still love the Pixel 2XL I had a 4XL but gave it to my husband. I am using an Exynos s10+ and the battery life is pretty dire as you said. I charge about twice a day. The pure Android experience is lovely. Enjoy your phone. … [Read more...] about Which do you think is better — Galaxy or Pixel?
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"I've already received a number of questions about US patent 7,617,530 that some people seem to believe might cover sudo. I don't think that is the case," he wrote. "Sudo simply doesn't work this way. When a command is run via sudo the user is actively running the command as a different user. What is described in the patent is a mechanism whereby an application or the operating system detects that an action needs to be run with increased privileges and automatically prompts the user with a list of potential users that have the appropriate privilege level to perform the task." … [Read more...] about Microsoft’s pseudo sudo patent doesn’t really cover sudo
A possible cause for concern may have been Apple's development transition kit, which is based around a chip that's also in the 2018 iPad Pro. That device does have a USB Type-C port but doesn't support Thunderbolt, leading some to believe this could be the case for upcoming Macs. However, the company has made it clear that the developer kits it has provided aren't representative of what will ship later this year, and are really meant to give developers ample time to port their x86 apps. … [Read more...] about Apple says ARM Macs will support Thunderbolt well into the future
"By taking away our Police Interceptors, we would be doing harm to their safety and making it harder for them to do their job. Again, this is why, given our insights, new capabilities and leadership, I believe these unfortunate circumstances present Ford with an even greater opportunity to not only innovate new solutions but also leverage our unique position to support the dialogue and reform needed to create safer communities for all." … [Read more...] about Ford employees want company to stop making police vehicles, CEO refuses
Virgin Galactic CEO George Whitesides said the company is “excited” about NASA’s plans. “This comes on the heels of our Space Act agreement with NASA this week about training private astronauts for ISS missions,” he said in a statement to The Verge. “Public-private partnerships are a key to opening space for good, and we’re inspired for the future of human space exploration.” Blue Origin also expressed similar praise. “We applaud NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine’s leadership to advance public-private partnerships in space,” Clay Mowry, vice president of global sales at Blue Origin, said in a statement to The Verge. “We’re looking forward to offering suborbital crewed space transportation services to NASA with New Shepard.” … [Read more...] about NASA eyes flying astronauts and personnel to the edge of space on commercial rockets