Are you maths correct?
Surly its a 150% of its current speed or its 50% more.
17 posts • joined 14 Jun 2012
I think you fell at the very first hurdle here. Ken is well known by photographers as a very very hit and miss site. He was an engineer so knows quite a bit about camera production, however he does not know about photography. Be very careful when reading his site as many of his ideas are incorrect and may not be obvious to the beginner. For example shooting in JPEG, because he always gets it right in the camera very misguided.
A quick search will show you that he is not loved by all. https://www.google.co.uk/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&es_th=1&ie=UTF-8#q=ken%20rockewell&es_th=1
As with all security attack tools it is designed to increase awareness of the issue. If he had simply sold it to the feds \ NASA \ other corrupt power hungry organisations then he would be doing the community a disservice. We can now educate our users.+1 for wifi pineapple and SSL strip and other man in the middle attacks.
Its far better to have some one openly report a problem to you than wait for someone with a different motivation to keep it a secret until the full extent of the exploit can be understood and used to cause maxim damage.
I expect however that apple will be close minded about this and take heavy leagle action instead of sending a think you and a free ipad. I now await for Anon to kick back.
So you dont like windows mobile, that's a personal choice I still like the old windows mobile from the days of the HD2. Its not as good as android but it was fine for what I wanted. The cam is very good on this device I would go as far as to say the best of any mobile phone ever. Its not as good as an SLR but the best camera in the world is the one you have on you. I have a D7000 and I don't carry it with me unless I know I am going to use it. My phone is always on me. Yes an android version would be so nice I would put my money where my mouth is and buy one. Saying that if it could be modded to run droid and cam, then I would buy one.
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