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Cheer up, Nokia fans. It can start making mobes again in 18 months

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Bring it!

Bring on a Nokia N900 upgraded with a NVidia Tegra K1 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 and I just may bite.

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What's inside AMD's life-support machine? A big pile o' PlayStation 4s and XBox Ones

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Osborne effect

I have been in the market for a new AMD gaming laptop for months. I'm an AMD fanboi, and have briefly considered the Richland-infused MSI GX60, but have been holding back since the Kaveri Mobile announcement. Unfortunately, laptops featuring said chip have not yet materialized, and thus they have not gotten my money.

I think this is called the Osborne effect?

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Gust catches Amazon's skirt, reveals glimpse of 'Netflix for books'

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So...

What's wrong with supporting your local library instead? All you can read (as long as it's within working hours), and the ability to check out a book or two for free.

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Hey, remember the iPod Touch? Apple just did

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Well, think of it this way

What the PFY calls it: The iPad Micro.

Unless Logitech et al would release a MFI bluetooth controller for the regular iPad, playing Sonic the Hedgehog 2 on the thing is an invitation for RSI. Can't hold it for more than 5 minutes without suffering pain to the palm.

OTOH, a MFI gamepad for the iPhone fits an iPod Touch just as nicely.

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Microsoft tests HALF-INCH second screen to spur workplace play

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Workplace play?

Didn't they try this before?

First time it's called Microsoft Bob, and second time it's called Office Assistants.

The ladies may like it, but the men...

Also, I agree with Hero Protagonist. How long before it's being abused to send bangers and balls to people you don't like in the office?

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Mozilla to cram a full web-dev IDE inside Firefox browser

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Re: Already done with the Mozilla engine

>SeaMonkey already has a 'compose' feature and built by Mozilla already, plus it has a

> mail client (Thunderbird) and an IRC/ICQ/Etc. client.

Exactly my thought. Why reinvent the wheel when they could just beef up SeaMonkey's composer to bring it into the 21st century? It's a nice little thing that has been neglected so much it can only do HTML 4. They should just leave Firefox as is, people use it for the lack of bloat.

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DANGER MOUSE is back ... and he isn't half a GLASSHOLE

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BBC's anti-product placement policy

But wouldn't including the Google Glasses violate the said policy where BBC will not allow product placement in their shows? Or is it going to a not-BBC channel? (the mention of CBBC makes me assume it's going to said channel?)

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Yet another reason to skip commercials: Microsoft ad TURNS ON your Xbox One

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On-Off switch

Maybe it's because the typical North American wall socket, for some reason, lacks an on-off switch?

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Alienware says it WILL ship a Steam Machine in 2014 – running Windows

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Whats wrong with...

... just slapping SteamOS onto the thing and still bundling an Xbox controller with it? Last I checked the Xbox controller has excellent support in Linux.

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Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi! 3D HOLO-PHONE hinted in Amazon vid

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Re: I think it's a lenticular display

Take a garner at this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_3D-enabled_mobile_phones

Phones with autostereoscopic displays has been around since 2002. So nothing new then.

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Windows XP fixes flaws for free if you turn PCs into CASH REGISTERS

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Re: Is it not ethically and maybe legally questionable to provide this reg hack?

Update: Reinstalled the game. Radio music still glitching out unless ALChemy is put into play.

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Re: And so the countdown begins

One more thing I forgot to Mention- Bethesda is another one of them evil developer. In fact, I'd think they're very evil since Fallout 3 and New Vegas are Windows only where PCs are concerned. It even uses the Games for Windows Live framework, despite already being on Steam.

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Re: Even better idea

Hmmm, reminds me of the time I tried to get VIA drivers and was driven to a website purportedly hosting VIA's drivers, but demanded $$$ before I'm allowed at them. In other words, due to my lack of coffee, I had mis-clicked on a google link and was taken to a scam site.

Be careful out there!

As for your driver issues, you can do what I did- find out what chipset and video hardware it's using, and go straight to the manufacturer and take a potshot with the manufacturer-provided drivers.

But honestly tho, you should just stick with Xubuntu. As for the fingerprint scanner, try this: http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/How_to_enable_integrated_fingerprint_reader_with_fprint

It's for a ThinkPad, but knowing Linux I'd think it would support other fingerprint sensors as well.

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Re: XP x64 screwed?

Hmmm, I've always thought XP x64 are treated as Windows Server 2003 R2 machines and will still receive updates until early next year?

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Re: Is it not ethically and maybe legally questionable to provide this reg hack?

Do you listen to radio music on your Pip-Boy? That's my biggest pet peeve right there.

Sure, if you have a Creative sound card and run ALChemy, that would fix the radio problem, but how many people use an external sound card, particularly one from Creative, anymore?

RealTek's 3D SoundBack doesn't seem to be working for that game for me.

Thankfully tho, the freezing isn't as common and I've only encountered it half a dozen times through the game so far. My biggest annoyance is that I have to disable the Pip-boy radio unless I am running ALChemy, which for some reason requires admin access (which also annoys me, I don't trust programs that require admin access to do things. I usually do my everyday activities in a limited user account).

Although I should try reinstalling the games again and check it out, just to see if they did indeed patch the bug. Last fired it up last year, before I got yanked away to several other games.

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Re: And so the countdown begins

I need to be clearer, sorry. I was actually talking about two different things. SteamBox and the stream of Linux games from Valve is nice and all which I wholly support.

Then you have evil developers like EA who for some reason doesn't want to support Linux directly (they will only support Linux if it's a casual freemium game for Android, or if someone forms a partnership to port their game to Linux ie Loki Games' scenario), or ActiBlizz who refuses to support Linux outright and has been said to even bans accounts from Battle.Net if they catch you running the game in WINE (although how they find out if you are indeed using WINE is a puzzle to me).

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Re: And so the countdown begins

Gamers will still be using desktops for whatever reasons. Thing is, while tablets are nice and all, some still prefer the classic WASD + mouse . I tried playing Sonic 2 on my iPad for 5 minutes and gave up because of the lack of tactile feedback made it difficult to find the jump button if I'm not looking at the position of my fingers. That, and the fact that it's a thin, unegronomic slab makes my hands ache if I attempt to hold it like a Game Boy for more than 5 minutes. I'd rather play that on a proper gamepad and with a decent screen any day.

Also, tablets are not intuitive for office work unless you buy a bluetooth keyboard.

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Re: And so the countdown begins

Not if ReactOS beats Linux there first ;)

Honestly tho, I think the year of the Linux desktop may come sooner with the SteamBoxes. But unless WINE improves to the point that it can run all Linux software effortlessly (I keep seeing regressions- one version runs a particular game fine, the next version would break support for a game while fixing a issue with another game that was broken several versions ago), there will always be a place for XP. Heck, the 2013 SimCity was supposed to run in WINE, but when I tried to it gave me some stupid message about activation failing...

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Re: Is it not ethically and maybe legally questionable to provide this reg hack?

Honestly, unless M$ uses BOFH's cattle prod on several software developers so that they fix their software and let it run properly on newer versions of Windows, there will be a market for XP.

Case in point: Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas. Runs like pants on Win7 and newer systems with the random freezing and stuttering radio music. Bethesda seems to not only not want to release a fix for these games, they're actively issuing takedowns to file hosting sites hosting fan-made fixes for it. Honestly? I paid 60 freaking Malaysian Dollars for my copy of Fallout 3, and that's even during the Steam sales. And they did not offer me the experience I desired because of the freezes and stuttering music.

And the kick in the nuts is that the game was released when Windows Vista is already released and the problem should've been noticed and fixed.

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Still watching DVDs? You're a PLANET-KILLING CARBON HOG!

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Re: So, how do I stream when

As my reply pointed out, not everyone is in the UK.

PS: BBC Entertainment Asia _did not_ air The Time of The Doctor >.> They have no excuse to do so, but they're standing their ground that they will not air it despite the regeneration of Matt Smith to Peter Capaldi and several other plotholes that would possibly result from missing the special. I would not have gotten to watch it if it wasn't for importing the DVD and then watching it on a region-free DVD player. iPlayer et al wouldn't let me watch it online because of my location.

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Re: So, how do I stream when

Back country?

How about a country where Amazon unbox, Netflix etc don't want your business because you're not in North America, Western Europe, Australia, New Zealand, or any country in Asia outside of Japan and South Korea?

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For your next privacy panic, look no further than vending machines

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So Red Dwarf was right

First they get all friendly with you. Next thing you know they develop feelings for you.

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Valve says no Steam Machines until 2015, fingers crossed

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Re: Steam Machines, as they are, are DOOMED

I thought that function was added to Steam in the latest beta- the ability to stream games from one machine to another, provided they are both logged in to the same account and are on the same subnet?

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Valve's Steam streaming service lets you play games on the toilet

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Re: Why show steamOS and linux seperately?

I guess they just want to market their SteamBox/Piston/whatever machines as a console instead of a PC. Saying that your Steam-games-playing-device runs SteamOS is akin to saying that your device is not a PC because it doesn't use PC-centric OSes.

On the other hand, you can also install SteamOS onto desktop PCs, so long as it has an x86-64 CPU and uses the UEFI firmware...

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Well...

At least we can run more than one client instance now. Hopefully that will also allow me to let my laptop download updates while I play from my desktop.

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Robotics pioneer: Intelligent machines are 'scary for a lot of people'

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ATM language

> "Every time you go to the ATM machine – every day for the last five

> years – it says, 'Do you want to speak Spanish today?'

Funny that. My recently implemented a service when they asked me my preferred language exactly once while I was signing up for my bank card, and they programmed my preferred language into the card's chip. Every time I walk up to an ATM and insert the card it automatically chooses "English" for me...

Imo more banks should implement that feature. It's too bad said feature only works on my own bank's machines.

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Microsoft walks into a bar. China screams: 'Eww is that Windows 8? GET OUT OF HERE'

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ReactOS

China should look into sponsoring ReactOS if XP support is so important to them. Seriously, there are a lot of programs, namely games, that won't run under 7 or 8 properly if at all. Even in XP mode (because of said 3D requirements). Ie Fallout 3, which has broken BGM under 7 and Bethesda turning a blind eye to the issue.

WINE? When I last tried to run SimCity 2013 in WINE it gave me some cryptic error message about activation...

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Apple 'rainbow' logos set to fetch $10-15K at auction

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Surely that can't be right?

> They were once displayed at the company's Cupertino headquarters

> and are being sold by an Apple employee who obtained them in 1997,

> after the firm abandoned the Rainbow logo pattern for the current

> one-color Apple logo.

I thought Apple abandoned the logo in 1999? My Beige G3 from 1998 still has the logo.

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Fast-fingered Filho flicks aside WinPhone-furtling fumbler after 4 months

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Re: Who the fuck cares?

Ever lived in one of those countries where they hold text messaging competitions where the winner can win a year's worth of free fuel from whatever big oil company is holding the competition?

(Yeah, I was a sucker. Probably spent upwards of a hundred dollars in prepaid messaging airtime during that period).

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Real, hovering SPEEDER BIKE can be YOURS for cheaper than a house

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Well...

I suppose that's one step closer to the hoverboard. First hoverbikes as proof-of-concept, then miniaturization,

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Nintendo says sorry, but there will be NO gay marriage in Tomodachi Life ... EVER

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Re: "such a significant development change"?

Actually, I'd think that the thing that makes a person male or female is a simple field in the record. Surely the game has to determine if you're female or male by asking, and then surely it has to store that somewhere. A simple if (x.gender==y.gender) check with the success condition being that the marriage would not proceed and an error thrown instead would have prevented this.

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Game of Thrones written on brutal medieval word processor and OS

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Not worried about viruses?

I've watched the video and he says he's not worried about viruses because he uses DOS?

Surely he jest? I've bad memories of Denzuko, AirCop and AntiCMOS (the last one was even introduced by a copy of WordStar my mom brought home from work! those were the days where stuff is saved on those black, filmsy 5.25" floppies with an effective storage area of 360kb).

Even today, the legacy PC I built just to run old DOS games is set to fire up Central Point's, sorry, M$'s, AntiVirus TSR from autoexec.bat before running anything else.

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Microsoft throws Kinect under a bus, slashes Xbox One to $399

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Re: Meh.

Well, no. The biggest problem with the XBox fail boat is XBox Live Gold still not available in many countries i.e. Malaysia. PS+ is available in any country where there is PSN, which in turn is available in most countries that has an internet connection. That, and the XBox One is still not available in many countries as well. So keep your dreams alive, unless M$ rectifies this and takes a page out of Sony's books and remove these regional exclusion hooplas, nothing changed.

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Russia to suspend US GPS stations in tit-for-tat spat

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Re: American GPS stations

And then there's the Borderlands 2 Loot the World app. Which is US only.

Many muricans have a small mindset. Either that or world to them means "new world" which only covers North America...

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Ninten-DON'T: Wii U bomb blows Mario Kart giant off track – but new console promised

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> Nintendo needs a better strategy or they are toast

I have a better strategy for them.

Bite the bullet and go global.

Look at Sony. PSN is available practically in any country where there is an internet connection. Yet here I am unable to buy from the eShop or get a Nintendo Network account just because I'm in a part of Asia that is neither South Korea nor Japan.

Seriously, if Nintendo is going to scoff at people who're willing to give them money and turn down said money, they're just asking for it.

> The amount of money they could make from games by selling Mario,

> Zelda, Metroid to the other consoles.

You forgot their biggest cash cow: Pokémon. That, and one cult favorite called Animal Crossing.

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Slow IPv6 adoption is a GOOD THING as IETF plans privacy boost

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What IPV6 really needs

Is the ability to NAT. Seriously. I'd like to plop one machine behind a dual-homed firewall and just use the firewall to block unwelcome traffic. Much more time saving than going to the machine one by one and setting up a handful of allow rules by hand (plus, leaving the machine connected to the net is still prone to IPV6 spoofing and MAC spoofing even with said rules in place. With a dual-homed firewall I can tell the firewall to shoot down any connect requests coming from the public facing interface, since the computers will only be making requests from the private facing interface and thus any request from the public interface is a spoof).

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VMware seasons its cloud with a sprinkling of ye olde spinning rust

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vCHS

Virtual Cylinder Head Sector?

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DeSENSORtised: Why the 'Internet of Things' will FAIL without IPv6

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Re: Running out of addresses might sometimes be a good thing...

@Decade

Well, I think the router's IPV6 support is experimental at best. The only option provided in the IPV6 pane is a checkbox to enable or disable IPV6 and nothing else.

Thing is, I the way I attempted to do this is configure all my lab machines with a static IPV6 address like I would with IPV4 (I got my /64 from this one websites that generates IPV6 ranges- come to think of it I don't know now if that was a good idea and if it's a good idea to take the site seriously), and then point the gateway towards the IPV6 address of the firewall. However, the plan hit a snag when OpenBSD's documentation said that I can't use RTSOL and IPV6 forwarding at the same time.

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Re: Bridging IPv4 to IPv6

Well, at the moment, my solution is Squid sitting on a IPV6-connected machine and all the other IPV6 "blind" machines use it to connect to IPV6 space. Need it since as mentioned before, IPV6 is allergic to NAT. Unfortunately, I rely on NATting and firewalls to prevent guests using my WiFi from getting into my lab network. That, and my ISP- provided router has strange ideas about IPV6 security (ie it ignores devices who did not take it's RA offer and configure it's route through it, effectively saying "if you didn't take my RA/RS offer, you can't use me).

In other words, if I enable RTSOL, I can't use the firewall to route. But if I don't, the telco-provided router won't play along and route my IPV6 traffic.

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Re: Running out of addresses might sometimes be a good thing...

The bigger problems with IPV6 is that there is no reliable documentation on how to set it up the way one would with IPV4 and that there's some weird taboos that doesn't exist with v4 that makes v6 a pain to work with. For example, my network is protected by a dual-homed firewall proxy running OpenBSD (one public-facing interface and one private-facing interface) which interfaces with a router provided by my telco and acts as a secondary firewall to keep guests out of my home lab's network. The public facing site is DHCP while the private facing site is static. Apparently, to have it route IPV6, both interfaces has to be static- I cannot have the public-facing interface use RTSOL to receive the settings from the router. But for some reason I cannot set up the public interface statically, the ISP-provided router refuses to recognize the firewall box if the settings are manually set instead of set through RTSOL.

Seriously, I can have the public-facing interface on DHCP while the private interface on static with IPV4. Why am I not allow to do that with the IPV6 equivalent (RTSOL on public and static on private)?

Although I must say, my current improvise seems to be alright (using Squid on the firewall as a 4-to-6 bridge). But surely there's a better way?

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Top tip, power users – upgrading Ubuntu may knacker your Linux PC

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Ah, inability to boot

I just filed a bug report for it this weekend. Seems pretty silly that they forgot to include the dm-raid modules in the initrd and thus renders the rebuild of my media center unbootable since I decided out of the blue to convert the box to RAID5 (and convert it to Linux from Win7, but that's because of my lately-increased hatred for M$). It's a pretty silly mistake since the modules are needed for the machine to boot. I did manage to fix it tho.

Bugreport: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1313169

Ironically, I have two other RAIDed Ubuntu boxes and they upgraded and boot fine, albeit they're fitted with RAID0 instead, since they're built primarily for my gaming needs.

I also have a problem with the NetworkManager applet not showing on all three boxes- may file a bug report later, once I figure out how to fix that- the internet searches seems to suggest that there's an error in the dbus config somewhere.

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Dell charges £5 to switch on power-saving for new PCs (it takes 5 clicks)

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Reminds me of two years ago when my sis blew a huge chunk of money (almost four thou) on a Latitude without consulting me. When I pointed out to her that other brands with the same specs costs under two thou, she defended her choice by pointing out it has a backlit keyboard, and apparently backlit keyboards are a fashion statement now. I was dumbfounded, but well, it's her money in the end and she bought the darn thing without asking me first.

And it doesn't even have a good video chipset! Only an Intel GMA!

Also, My mom had an XPS notebook. The NVidia made video chipset burnt out, and from what I can gather it was a widespread problem and there is a mass recall, but only in the US. Sucks to be in Malaysia, where the only option offered was pay three thousand for extended warranty (coincidently, the problem started exactly after the warranty has expired). Told customer care that they can go fly a kite. Took it to a computer repair store and it can't be repaired because the damn graphics chipset is not replaceable. I got my mom a MSI after that and we've had no problems with that notebook since.

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Next Windows obsolescence panic is 450 days from … NOW!

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Re: Reasons NOT to upgrade?

Unless I've been given the runaround, the Server 2012 evaluation I downloaded from M$ has the goddamn TIFKAM/Metro/Modern on it >.>

Also, we're still using Ascential DataStage. IBM bought over Ascential and then killed the product line for whatever reason. The last version of DataStage still doesn't support WS2008 or newer. We've not yet found a replacement (Yes, I'm aware of SSIS. The big problem is that the product we're using Ascential DataStage for (bulk loading data to said product) doesn't support SSIS for whatever reason even though it uses the SQL Server 2008 R2 as a backend), although to be fair they did say that they're also discontinuing support for DataStage and have discontinued support for Server 2003 since last year.

I've been given the signal from my higher ups to move away from Server 2003 R2 this morning. Oh joy. Now I have to work with the vendor to find a DataStage replacement.

Note: My problem isn't the migrating job itself. It's the corporate red tape when it comes to acquiring new software...

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Happy 25th birthday, Game Boy!

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"Because we're poor and I hate you!"

Ashen's phrase is pretty much what my parents told me when I asked for a Game Boy, and they said no, and I asked why :(

I did eventually save up for a Game Boy Color, but as it turns out, I could only afford two games for it, and the second one I actually traded for another game :/ Guess they were right.

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Microsoft Research adds interactivity to Windows 8 Live Tiles

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I hate Live tiles

Seriously, when will M$ take a clue that I do not want Metro, and I do not want Live tiles, especially those that pull data from the net? My telco will have a field day and gleefully pile up data charges with this since those tiles will be counting towards my ridiculous 3GB wireless data quota (in case you're thinking of asking me to switch telcos, tough- all the telcos charge the same quota at similar rates).

Btw, in case you're wondering, I don't use Widgets in Win7 either for the same reason.

(my third issue with Win8 is that XBox Live isn't available in Malaysia which renders any Win8 machine sold here unable to be used for gaming, but that's for another time).

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OpenSSL Heartbleed: Bloody nose for open-source bleeding hearts

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Re: The real problem is C

Pascal?

Pah, quiche eater...

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BlackBerry not afraid to throw its mobe biz under a bus, says CEO Chen

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Re: Chen: Give Us What We Want

He could've done the obvious.

Give BB10 a "legacy compatibility layer" to run BB7 apps. That's the one thing keeping the BB10 from taking off- people just can't get the apps they want off Blackberry World easily (for example, Opera refuses to support BB10 natively or put the Android version of Opera Mini (which does run well on BB10 if sideloaded) on Blackberry World, but continues supporting Opera Mini for BB7 which cannot be downloaded or run on BB10 devices because of lack of BB7 support in the OS. Adding BB7 support to the OS would do it good, especially if companies have invested in BB7 versions of their enterprise in-house program and find it a hassle to port to BB10.

After all that's said, the BB7 runtime is a modified J2ME runtime. If they can go all-out to implement a runtime for Android, why can't they do the same for BB7?

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Spy-happy Condoleezza Rice joins Dropbox board as privacy adviser

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Re: Easy to beef up the privacy of Drobox, Google Drive, etc

But the problem is, most people use Dropbox as a temporary solution to transfer files between devices and PC in lieu of the manufacturers making a universal standard to allow that to happen. For example, sending photos taken on my fondleslab to my Blackberry- the only common file transfer protocol that exists between this two is Dropbox. The blackberry can't use Airdrop, Google Drive or iCloud, and the fondleslab doesn't support Bluetooth OBEX and Bluetooth FTP. Yes, Blackberry could've built in Google Drive access to their file manager like they did with Dropbox (and it would've been useful too since the device also comes with Documents to Go), but didn't for whatever reason.

On that, I suppose I should start looking for a different way to send files from my fondleslab to my PC or Blackberry. Stupid Apple, I normally use Bluetooth OBEX...

Am i wrong to think that the MPAssA and RIAssA now has unrestricted access to my dropbox now that this idiot is onboard?

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Hyper-V telling fibs about Linux guest VMs

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Re: So,

Or maybe you should run Window$ inside KVM on a Linux server instead. Or a VMWare ESXi server (which is based on Linux and is free for up to 3 physical servers)...

And only then if you really need Window$ Server for some weird proprietary enterprise software.

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Video games make you NASTY AND VIOLENT

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Actually...

Videogames doesn't make people violent... Cancelling people's favorite TV shows does.

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