It is merely a secondhand news article. It has nothing to do with getting hits on the website. There is no expectation to click the link to the site. It is a non-profit site. It isn't an attack on the Apple watch. If it is news then it should be avai
Ya.. I meant "obvious" in alluding to your comment about it being too easy too hit. I coulda worded that better. I just tested mine.. and yes, a simple tap turns it all off. But then again... the previous UPS I had was kept on the floor an
Respond to Amazon online for a return/complaint and they will call you right away. Explain what happened, and I will bet they'll take it back (with a small restocking fee) or send you a new one. I just went through this with a pair of headphones tha
Does anyone else see a parallel between these two situations First the on going news event about the diner owner who yells and curses at a toddler for crying in her diner http://www.cbsnews.com/news/etiquette-pros-break-down-maine-diner-spat-over-c
I always check Amazon to see what the reviews are.. even if buying the item elsewhere. Quote:All this was true. This was in September. You should get it replaced under warranty... or at least serviced.
Last yeR in August, my old Onkyo av receiver went down to what I found to be a common problem with many who had that unit. So I did my research on new models of various brands. Chose the Denon AVR-x1100w. Everyone loved it. Has Bluetooth, Wi-Fi , 7.
Yours might have been a better buy. About the off/on button: it's not that it's obvious so much but that a simple inadvertent press will shut off the unit and every thing plugged in the battery backup ports. If thy would have required that one hol
Yeah, a poorly written disjointed vague article. Seems it was just published for the scare factor of "hacking" to get hits to the website. Sorry I gave it a click. 70% of watch firmware firmware transmitted without encryption I have no id
I got this one last July. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000QZ3...arch_detailpage Which was only 5.00 more than the one you decided on. Never had any problem with the power button being too obvious. I run a RAID and a 27" iMac and a 20"
What a hack job of an article that is. Why doesn't that article list which watches? How were the tests conducted? Quote:The new study by the company's security testing group Fortify found "100 per cent of the tested smartwatches contain signif
I left the states 10 years ago and the killings were not that many as today.Yes there was bias but again not like today. Everyday a killing this is a cancer spreading to rapidly now and it must be stopped .
Connecting one thing to another on the interwebs Watching a film led me to notice the same character names as Lonesome Dove then in checking this out noticed a cast member as a favorite of mine from my youth, Don "Red" Barry. Who was marri
Originally Posted By: musicalmarv7What ever makes a buck Walmart is into.The scene today amongst the Blacks is getting really bad indeed. What the hell is happening in the states now! Wake up it's been happening all along the only thing "NEW&q
Yes, you make good sense. But , this makes it right as long as we have the numbers. Bullies can say the same thing. When a group of kids huddle together and jeer at an individual then this is an indication he needs to change. Walmart will sell anyth
http://www.amazon.com/CyberPower-CP850AV...uct_top?ie=UTF8 Decided to get this one from CyberPower. http://www.amazon.com/CyberPower-CP850AV...uct_top?ie=UTF8 Little more juice, both power and cash. Seems to function alright. Pleased to just be a
Originally Posted By: AusMacYes but I was referring to housing for everyone rather than worry about those who know that they will need a nuclear bomb shelter. Digging your own dugout with an electric jackhammer and petrol generator costs less than i
Yes but I was referring to housing for everyone rather than worry about those who know that they will need a nuclear bomb shelter. Digging your own dugout with an electric jackhammer and petrol generator costs less than it costs the average househol
you mist my point it's a good idea for low energy consumption but the cost is prohibitively out-of-reach for the balance of everyone on Earth. ...however... if such city-sized structures are to be pressed into use as "the genetic arcs of hum
Living underground is a wise move in the energy saving stakes if less energy is expended to create the living space than standing a building up costs. For once constructed, the ambient room temperature should be a constant 18°C all year round, requir
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