First thing is for The Register to stop publishing AMP pages then!
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First thing is for The Register to stop publishing AMP pages then!
I've just checked the source link. The GSN is only used by governmental departments.
If only you could ask someone who can actually read Chinese to verify the information, before concocting up this fear-mongering piece...
It probably means all of them are affected. On my Nexus 5 running Android 6.0.1 with a security patch level of March 1, the kernel version is 3.4
MITM should not be possible unless you can forge (actually, the only practical way is to get some shady CA to issue it for you) the certs.
I may not use Google+ much, but I still want it to stay. At least, they should keep innovating to give Facebook some much needed competition.
Like how "software-defined radio" is rubbish? What a joke this piece of writing (if you can call it that) is.
"we will ship mozilla-release to the desktop beta channel before the weekend to make sure nothing screwed up (should be no content changes but it would be silly not to test what we will ship!)"
"We will ship the build off mozilla-release to the release channel on 2011-08-16 if no issues are found"
I love rapid releases, but why do they have to kill support for the previous version so quickly? It's somewhat ironic when Firefox 3.6 is still being supported. It seems they're pushing things a little too hard.
And looking at the changelog, it's definitely much more than a "secuirty update". Perhaps they should inform users of changes like this from early on...
They should just stop messing with such personal matters, provided that the images are not unsolicited and/or publicly distributed.
Why GPS? Can't they be synchronized using the delay of receiving the sound waves through the microphone?
Q: Is MeeGo based on another distribution (like Fedora or Debian)?
No. Meego is its own independent distribution, run as an open source project. In that sense, you can consider MeeGo an upstream distribution, that itself pulls from the upstream of the various open source projects it is based on.
If and when SSD costs drop to within HDD range... 1TB will be quite small in 4 or 5 years' time.
In the US, most customers are bound to contracts with their carriers and that's what failed it (just like how other unlocked phones never sell well in the US market).
If only they've pushed it out worldwide through retail stores... It was only available in few select markets, and many would like to have a feel of the phone they're buying.
I guess they (Samsung) won't mind as long as their phones continue to sell well.
I would think that showing pinned and/or frequently visited sites ala Google Chrome and Opera's Speed Dial would be much more useful.
Isn't similar e-wallet technology very popular in Japan? I really can't see how that'll be more useless than say, a debit or credit card.
Are they free to use the artwork (icons etc.)?
The C2-00 will support two SIM cards active at the same time.
Ubuntu 64-bit includes 64-bit Firefox. What's new are the 64-bit Firefox builds for Windows.
Run those tools in a virtual machine, perhaps?
The flash memory is certainly good for random writes. Maybe it will cache frequently accessed data as well (like Intel Turbo Memory)?
They've always used it as such.
I thought they've been busy removing developer functionality from within Firefox, and the reason they quote most of the time is the availability of developer tools such as Firebug. Why are they trying to reinvent the wheel now?
But you can have your Firefox and VLC on Mac OS X too...
I wish Microsoft has a bug tracker for Windows too, but...
I don't think they ever pushed out build2 to the beta channel (due to some failures?).
From the release notes: "v.3.6.4 Beta (Build 3)". It seems like they're officially just different builds of the same beta.
I've also been wondering about this for a while now. Why must a single audio/video codec be dictated in the standard? Couldn't the browser utilize the OS's media framework instead of duplicating all that functionality?
What about organic waste? It seems like you need incinerators for much of those.
"Browsers absolutely should not be able to connect to ports unrelated to HTTP."
Can you really stop anyone from attempting to connect to a specific port? Merely disabling this feature in web browsers sounds like security through obscurity to me.
I believe a website with a global audience cannot adequately address the needs of its users if it has to be subjected to the host country's laws and regulations (blocking, filtering etc.).
I went looking for an update before realizing that it's the exact same build as RC2.
Don't blame it on Firefox before you investigate what's causing the frequent crashes. Flash is the usual suspect.
With that "colossal price tag" I don't see any excuse for not having an SSD.
"Each light could represent a person in the city, who can then choose to control it as desired..."
How will they make that work?
Windows 7 RTM is already in many's hands: MSDN & TechNet subscribers etc.
Who will be guarding these missile packages then, or are they to be deployed shortly prior to use during wartime?
@Major N: It was leaked even before the MSDN/Technet release. Many of the torrents were modified, but one could only tell by hash-checking after downloading.
I will never click on any ads, so I block them all. Anyway I think this new "feature" will not be intrusive in itself. It just shows a "yellow bar" at the top. The tag doesn't seem to break any standards. If unblocking the ads can bring money to the sites I find this a friendly reminder for users to support their favourite sites.
"If the feedback and telemetry on Windows 7 match our expectations then we will enter the final phases of the RTM process in about 3 months. If we are successful in that, then we tracking to our shared goal of having PCs with Windows 7 available this Holiday season."
Obviously it will NOT be released in August.
I would assume NoScript users to be smart enough to disable the extension's first run redirection in about:config. The same applies to FlashGot.
You are missing the point here. XP Mode is not for regular users upgrading from Windows XP. It is for businesses that still have a need to run (perhaps in-house) legacy applications.
I'll be sure to buy one if it's going to be around that price without a contract.
Ubuntu still has a long way to go to catch up to Windows 7, especially when you consider things like user-friendliness. There are significant design oversights, for example you have to get into the terminal to perform simple tasks like changing a volume label. How does that sound?
Testing is good and Ubuntu has too little of that. I thought I would have a better experience with Ubuntu after a year...
Stark Industries in the making :P
"... insuring freedom and protecting America and her interests around the globe."
@Anonymous Coward - "Personally, I blame Microsoft - all the spam bots are Windows boxes (the OS fingerprint is detected by the site)."
What has that to do with the OS? It is only natural for you to have such an observation due to the market share of Windows.
I suppose if Microsoft make Silverlight support Flash content as well they will likely run into legal trouble again.
Take the spotlight off that other Steve and shine it brightly upon himself? It will get reflected...
Isn't the International Space Station assembled module-by-module as well?
They should have come up with a better PC syncing app than the Nokia PC Suite, but they went with none instead?!
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