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mr lizard said:I’m sure that patronising attempt to help the judge reach her decision will go down well.
If you want to talk about legal stuff, go to law school first.
rotateleftbyte said:I hope Apple have hard evidence (not hearsay) to back up the claim about Epic throwing its toys out of the pram before. That won't go down well with a jury.
MustSeeUHDTV said:Hehe....people put their passwords lists in the cloud.....
You win Ridiculous Comment of the Day.
This is most surely someone using leaked account credentials that were reused on LastPass accounts. That’s the mistake some people probably made. Password managers don’t store the master password anywhere. Not the cloud. Not locally. It’s the “thing you know”.
starof80 said:If the rumors about this is true, Apple would be smart to reconsider about getting in the Metaverse. They will be left behind.
I actually hope Apple keeps any AR/VR headset as a 100% closed system without any third party access. That way we won't have to hear about any of this crap that every computing product sold needs to be 100% open to other vendors selling their wares on it.
It’s definitely better on its own, but there’s one use case that it’s really terrible for. If you use a personal Google Drive account and a company one under Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) then you can’t access both at the same time. You have to switch accounts. Previously, you could just run Backup and Sync at the same time as Google Drive to give parallel access to both.
Once you have HomeBridge installed on the Pi, you can do all the configuration through the web admin console. It's a bit easier, especially to search for and add HomeBridge packages.
One more recommendation, use Docker on the Pi. Then install the pre-built Docker container for HomeBridge. My preferred one is at https://hub.docker.com/r/oznu/homebridge/
If you aren't deploying apps using Docker, you are really missing out. Makes things a lot simpler and definitely cleaner.
boxcatcher said:Apple is far too slow and deliberate of a company to leap frog Tesla — that’s not a knock of Apple, just worth factoring in when we try to decipher what Apple is up to.