Dewhurst speech backing guest worker program removed from official website AUSTIN — The text of a 5-year-old speech by Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, in which he supported work visas for illegal immigrants, has disappeared from his official website, two weeks after it surfaced in his hotly contested U.S. Senate GOP runoff race. 07/11/2012 - 4:07 pm | View Link
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Want to use Android in your car, but aren’t able to afford the upgrade to a brand new vehicle with an Android carputer? Fear not: a car mode app brings voice control, sat nav integration and weather information to any car, however old it might be. All you need to do is mount your phone on your dashboard and install a suitable app.
Bloatware has been a problem on Windows PCs for years. Computer makers sell the hard drive space of new computers like ad space, which helps pad the manufacturer’s margins. Users don’t like it, of course, but by the time they see it they’ve already purchased the PC! Eventually, the problem became severe enough to cause consumer backlash and as a result, bloatware has diminished over the last five years.