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Fortunately illegal in the EU (posted 2018-05-04 06:45:18)
Score: 3
Attached to: A lot of apps sell your data
RE: meh (posted 2018-04-29 23:05:40)
Score: 2
Attached to: Intel delays its 10 nm 'Cannon Lake' CPUs yet again
Ehmm.. Just disable the crap? (posted 2018-04-26 09:00:19)
Score: 2
Attached to: Linux apps on Chrome OS: an overview
RE: Of course (posted 2018-04-24 11:08:52)
Score: 5
Attached to: Why I left Mac for Windows: Apple has given up
RE[4]: Love the homage to GNU (posted 2018-04-17 07:42:10)
Score: 2
Attached to: "Fuchsia is not Linux"
Just DOESN'T work (posted 2018-04-16 22:09:54)
Score: 4
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: Are external GPUs for Macs viable in macOS 10.13.4?
RE: "64K" (posted 2018-04-16 16:06:00)
Score: 5
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: A dive into the making of Immersion, a 64kB intro
RE: Google response (posted 2018-04-13 15:43:30)
Score: 7
Attached to: How Android phones hide missed security updates
RE[2]: slow decline of GCC ? (posted 2018-03-11 09:07:25)
Score: 2
Attached to: Clang is now used to build Chrome for Windows
RE[2]: slow decline of GCC ? (posted 2018-03-11 09:05:06)
Score: 2
Attached to: Clang is now used to build Chrome for Windows
RE[3]: Comment by ilovebeer (posted 2018-02-18 22:25:57)
Score: 4
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: Head to head, does the Apple HomePod really sound the best?
RE: Comment by ilovebeer (posted 2018-02-18 00:11:51)
Score: 2
1 response(s), 6 in thread
Attached to: Head to head, does the Apple HomePod really sound the best?
RE: complete BS (posted 2018-02-14 13:23:30)
Score: 2
Attached to: The insane amount of backward compatibility in Google Maps
Looks dorky, but not creepy (posted 2018-02-07 17:12:38)
Score: 3
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: Intel made smart glasses that look normal
RE[4]: ML and AI are based on the past, on statistic (posted 2018-02-06 23:49:24)
Score: 2
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: The shallowness of Google Translate