Greater security? Yes. But not necessarily the privacy you might expect. Facebook knows your identity; while it can't read the actual content, metadata can be just as private. If you're... Continue Readingconcerned about privacy, using Facebook seems to be an odd choice. Same with WhatsApp, btw. Messages are encrypted, but WhatsApp (i.e., Facebook) knows who's talking to whom. Opt for a service that can be used anonymously.
I posted on here before about my LG G2 that I loved, that got attacked by Lollipop & I am totally OUTRAGED by this mandatory 'update'.
What I loved about my... Continue Readingphone is long gone, especially the cool AccuWeather.
I just wanted to let the people know that it's not your fault for accepting the update. I talked to Verizon & Best Buy to get Kit Kat back and Lollipop OFF! Verizon told me that if I didn't accept the update (had no idea it was going to totally change my phone) -- it would be a MANDATORY update on its own, wow.
I read about someone just getting a refurbished phone of the same kind with the original format, but it will end up ruining that too.
Also, it can never be taken off and Kit Kat can never be put back on, hmmmm really?? This was over a month ago & I still can't believe this \×+#!
I really think that there needs to be something done --SOON!!
They have the power to make it go back to what it was. It should be illegal to ruin someone's property!!!
In as much as Cortana doesn't work properly on my desktop computer running the latest version of Windows 10 for Insiders, I really can't comment on its value. However, I... Continue Readingcan state Google Now works extremely well on my KitKat smartphone running on the 4G LTE Verizon network. So, Cortana will need to be the cat's pajamas to get me to switch to it or even use it at all.