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Now take it one step further and admit that the malware has made it to user's devices in large numbers where in the case of iOS it has not and that answers the following point.The argument I was making was against your statement that it made iOS less secure than any other platform. For outgoing data sure but not anything else and even at that, the outgoing data was hard to exploit harmfully. For someone using devices in their own home or at work with people they can trust,...
The only real criticism they have against a buyout is a potential culture clash but it's not as if they'd have to be in the same offices and Tesla has under 6,000 employees vs 55,000+ HQ staff at Apple. I wouldn't even expect them to rebrand anything because Tesla is a great brand. It could be like the Claris setup.Tesla might not need cash support any more though. They released their 10K for 2013:http://ir.teslamotors.com/sec.cfm$2b revenue with a net loss of $74m, which...
The whole process of acquiring coins could do with being overhauled. BTC-e has all Cyrillic text and broken English:https://support.btc-e.comThey say things like:"Dear users! Due to unplanned work in DC may be problems with —Ārediting and withdrawal of coins. Promise to solve the problem soon."The site Bittylicious looks nice (possibly UK only):https://bittylicious.combut you can see it's a properly registered company and compliant with money laundering regulations. All you...
According to Gatorguy, security companies aren't credible so anything they say has to be dismissed as suspect. You can't just pick out the statements you like and ignore the ones you don't. Clearly whatever f-secure report you're referring to hasn't included the recent malware from the Google Play Store:http://pandalabs.pandasecurity.com/new-malware-attack-through-google-play/There you go again trying to equate everything. We know that sample malware from security...
You mean why AMD doesn't have an agreement to support CrossFire. The nMP uses AMD GPUs. It would be SLI if they used NVidia GPUs.It seems like it would be a trivial thing for them to add. It's really just splitting the required frame and rendering each part separately. It doesn't seem like it would be very difficult to implement. They just load up the memory on each GPU with the same data and then tell GPU 1 to render all the even lines into the framebuffer and then GPU2...
Someone did it here and it worked out fine: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1060719
3rd parties can download whatever apps they want from the store and scan them just like with Google Play.Lots of Microsoft and Android users were affected - they got really excited by Apple having a problem. The bug is only useful for targeted attacks where the attacker has a privileged network position.Do you mean how long after they discovered it or how long after the bug was put into the system? It was introduced in September 2012 with iOS 6. Considering it was 1 line...
They managed to get the technology to work with existing devices with LTE antennas. Some of the laptops they showed have radios. The demo where they overlap the phones is to show that if it was using standard LTE, they would interfere and break up the video like this:That's interesting, he said he's under NDA with the wireless carriers and the tech could roll out Q4 2014. The carriers don't have much choice as he said because if they wouldn't let them use the licensed...
Getting tired of waiting for Samsung, Microsoft, Google etc to do something on their own eh? Apple's just giving them a turn to have a go at it. They're not used to it so it'll take a bit of time. Samsung has fumbled around making a watch, who knows what Google's doing, finding new ways to shove ads in your face I guess. Let's give them a chance though and not rush them, we wouldn't want them to bring something half-assed to market (again). Look what happened with Google...
That sounds like what they're doing. There's a page here with some details:http://akbars.net/how-steve-perlmans-revolutionary-wireless-technology-works-and-why-its-a-bigger-deal-than-anyone-realizes.htmlThey are trying to give each user the full bandwidth of available channels by sending unique signals instead of signals that conflict and create dead zones. Modern modems try to use multiple antennas but that's still going to be limited, still having bandwidth variation and...
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