can anyone confirm that the Pixel 2 gets better cell reception than any given iPhone? my residence is normally a dead zone for my carrier, but switching to the P2 seems to have resolved my reception issues
cell reception is a thing that could break the bonds of iMessage, since actually using your cell phone for calls is neat
chugging the Google kool-aid
if only Google didn't provide so much value-add. their UI/UX is actually good, traffic analytics are a godsend, and not having to call and schedule things is my dream
since google is going to ingest data on me anyway (friends have androids, etc), i might as well get something out of it
same can be said for PGP even.
if you arent developing something that forces implementations to use sane defaults, you aren't developing security.
the difference is that even if you use the command line tool, you still have to load the gun before you can shoot yourself in the foot
see an auth error? maybe just rm that file
the pendulum swings...
since opinion seems to be shifting regarding #efail, does anyone have alternatives to PGP?
its lame to say "don't use that encryption" without providing alternatives
GPG's press release RE: #efail
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