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Darren Eggleston
Works at Rebel Alliance
Attends Starfleet Academy
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Is there a way to schedule app updates to run at night rather than in the middle of the day when I am using the device?
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Go into the play store settings and turn off auto update apps. You can also turn off app update notifications. Then update them when you feel like it. 
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I just competed in Supafly Speed Trials! I came 1st in my Ford Focus RS! 
Real Racing 3 is an award-winning franchise that sets a new standard for mobile racing games – it really must be experienced to be believed. Feels a full generation ahead of the competition. 9.1/10. IGN Editor's Choice. A stunning visual masterpiece on mobile. Touch Arcade ...
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We can rebuild him. We have the technology...
"This is the kind of thing that a makerspace exists to apply our skills to."
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Some jackass saw a source of swag to sell for crack. 

Whoever he is, that's just LOW.
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If you roll an orange across a table, What #physical force brings it to halt ? #science
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No parking on the side of a building.
picture alliance / dpa Austrian artist Erwin Wurm has become famous in part for his humorous sculptural treatments of iconic vehicles that are stretched, inflated, and twisted into seemingly impossible shapes. One such sculpture of a bent red Mercedes-Benz food truck installed on a street in Karl
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I don't know if I will ever be able to trust a cop. The is just unbelievable.
 
The California cops who were caught on video raiding a marijuana dispensary earlier this year, dismantling security cameras before munching on pot edibles, are now claiming they were recorded illegally because they had an expectation of privacy.

After all, the Santa Ana cops claim, it is not their fault they overlooked a hidden camera when they dismantled the other cameras.

#SantaAna   #California   #Marijuana   #Police   #Lawsuit  
The California cops caught on video raiding a pot dispensary, dismantling cameras before munching on edibles, are claiming they were recorded illegally
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"Requiring people to build a vulnerability may be a strategic mistake."
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Another politician proves they don't know what they are talking about.  The cars have already been tested in private.  The state of the art has reached public road testing.  
This idiot wants to take the industry backwards.
   
http://news.yahoo.com/u-senator-says-better-test-self-driving-cars-191748710--finance.html
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Google should be embarrassed that it took this long.
The new "Timeline" feature contains a convoluted way to name points on the map.
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This is a picture from a current developers conference going on for indies. These people deserve for every game they put out to flop. If you aren't a gamer, you couldn't possibly understand your audience or what makes a good game. 
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Very true, indeed ^_^y
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web developer, dog trainer
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  • Rebel Alliance
    Jedi, present
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Introduction
Teh Geek, a dog trainer, a web designer, last of the great street philosophers.  I am the voice in your head telling you to do bad things.
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I am but mad North, North-West
Education
  • Starfleet Academy
    Transporter Theory, present
Apps with Google+ Sign-in
  • 1941 Frozen Front
  • Sudoku
  • Flail Rider
  • Clash of Clans
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How Samsung disappointed me by actually providing good support
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By fixing a bug in its Android-powered Galaxy Camera 2, Samsung deprived me of the opportunity to criticize it on the internet.

Spain's Google News Shutdown Is a Silly Victory for Publishers | WIRED
www.wired.com

Trying to stick it to Google is an understandable impulse, a resentment fed by the company's monolithic influence over the web. But all the

Judge affirms probationer has a right to tape police officer in her home
arstechnica.com

Judge: When police search a home, recording their actions is even more important.

Amid backlash, hotel rescinds $500 fines for “negative” online reviews
arstechnica.com

News of the policy hit the Internet, and the Internet reacted predictably.

FTC sides with Tesla, says it should be allowed to sell directly to cons...
arstechnica.com

Agency blog post calls state car dealership laws "harmful" and anticompetitive.

4 Reasons 'Viral' Content Stopped Mattering in 2013
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Everyone tried so hard to go 'viral' that the word barely has any meaning anymore.

4 Great Movie Characters Who Need to Try a New Genre
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There are characters whose movies we can watch over and over, but we'd like to see them doing something just a little bit different

Why can't Microsoft slam Apple with style?
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Samsung and Google have proved that it's possible to needle Apple successfully. Why is it so hard for Microsoft? Read this article by Chris

“Pacific Rim” — A Slice of SciFi Review — Slice of SciFi
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Guillermo del Toro has given all of us fans the monster movie AND the giant robot movie we've been waiting for our entire lives. Pacific Rim

App developer calls critic “f*cken little know it all”; site goes down
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Site comes down after two ZPanel official forum accounts are compromised.

Prenda hammered: Judge sends porn-trolling lawyers to criminal investiga...
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Lawyers who lied and obfuscated for years face disbarment and a $82,000 fine.

Secret Bitcoin mining code added to e-sports software sparks outrage
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E-Sports league made $3,600 using the power-hungry GPUs of its users, admin admits.

Google+
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Real-life sharing rethought for the web, wherever you are. Google+ for mobile makes sharing the right things with the right people a lot sim

Why this Linux user is now using Windows 3.1
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An explanation for an admittedly ridiculous switch to Windows 3.1.

Humble Bundle
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Pay what you want. Support charity. Get awesome games.

Have you ever chatted with a Hacker within a virus?Have you ever chatted...
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This is an impressive and first-time experience in my anti-virus career. I chatted with a hacker while debugging a virus. Yes, it’s true. It

xkcd: Share Buttons
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[[A series of article titles with four share buttons underneath each: Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and Google+]] Breaking Into Stand-up Comedy

GPS ruling is "hard" on the FBI—and that's a feature, not a bug
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The FBI says the Supreme Court's recent decision requiring a warrant for GPS tracking is making things "hard for law enforcement." Of course

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