So let's look at this again (again).
Man takes classified spyware home.
Antivirus thinks it's suspicious.
Antivirus uploads it for analysis.
... so how are Kaspersky guilty again?
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As a daily Chromebook user this news is quite annoying.
For every brilliant feature and advancement they put into Chrome and ChromeOS, they take another great one away. They're making ChromeOS more and more distant from Chrome on all other operating systems that I fear it's going to become far to niche to maintain and they'll just throw the towel in, rendering thousands of existing users' perfectly serviceable laptops useless ...
(Queue 'useful' responses such as: 'Why do you have a Chromebook in the first place?', 'ChromeOS is garbage' and other such classics.)
Apple didn't like the license of Samba and then decided to write their own version in certain versions of OS X ... which ended up a pile of tripe and breaking so much when using fileshares to Windows Servers over long periods of time. (Speaking from experience here! Timeouts, File not founds, etc ...)
It doesn't surprise me they have gone to Microsoft for the official SMB2 protocol. After all, Apple hate admitting they're wrong and would rather throw money at the problem to get it solved than admit they went wrong in the first place by throwing out the more logical Samba 4 route.
To clarify: Yes, I own a Mac.
... is that when manufacturers make longer and better lasting batteries, tech companies make kit that just wants to consume more and more power.
If you stick one of today's phone batteries into a Nokia 3310 it'll probably last months without a recharge. (Just theoretically, obviously.)
"Errm you know that the SIII isn't Android right?"
Of course it's Android! It doesn't matter what interface changes you make or apps you preinstall or even how many go-fast stripes you put on it. It's an Android OS phone. (This photo says it all: http://mobile.it168.com/tu/1461878_1.shtml#15)
It's a bit like saying 'Ubuntu isn't Linux' but that's a different argument for another time .....
I received the email and in no less than 13 minutes I was on the site ready to order and already the N4 was 'coming soon' again ....
Couldn't help but notice that O2 are profiteering on it too. £400? C'mon Google. Get a grip and get some more stock before I buy an HTC or Sammy or something ...
Our company has 20+ BlackBerry phones and about three quarters of us have no data to the handsets. Strangely enough, there are a few that are still working though. Really not sure why being as they are all on the same mobile contract.
Either way, the way we've got around the problem in the office is to enable the inbuilt wifi and connect to our company's wireless network.
"Obese criminals are more likely to leave their fingerprints at crime scenes because of the amount of salty food they eat."
Some people are genetically fatter than others. Being fat doesn't neccessarily mean that they eat more salt.
Kinda blows yet another 'amazing discovery' out of the water then, don't ye think?
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