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Posts by PhilBoogie

An excellent point. One I've never thought of.
You should read into these patents before making statements like these. If you did, you would understand what exactly, these patens entail.
Without having anyone outside of Apple able to do such an analysis, how will we know if Apple is doing the same security scan before making developers' apps available on the App Store? Is there any way to scan apps after they have been put up? I know the apps are merely a compressed folder and viewable when changing the .ipa suffix to .zip. I'm not a developer (or security expert for that matter) and can only go by articles like these from knowledgable people.
This is in stark contrast what others say about the Google Play Store; they tell me that this is the place to go for apps, curated and safe, all checked by Google employees. So should I now question these posters, or be doubtful of the accuracy of this professor and a PhD candidate from an university? Or the truth lies somewhere in between? I understand that the security key bug is being fixed, but only after the fact - not before the app gets an approval to be available...
Funny that, my localised page displays that 10 people have installed it, 46 people have rated it and over 50 people did something called +1, I presume that's the google equivalent to FB's 'like' (?)Whatever.
That's a good point. They are supposedly still loosing money, yet less than before. I heard there are now 6 dealers in my country, and they just opened an assembly plant in Tilburg. Good for my economy as well, I suppose.Though I do see more Bentleys in my town than Teslas, but I don't think these can be compared(?)
In spite of IE most likely being the default on corporate PC's, I'm not surprised to see such a high percentage from Chrome. Especially how crappy FF has become.1) strange that Safari on iPad has an even bigger share than Safari on the desktop2) strange that they don't have any number on Safari for the iPhone nor for the iPod touch3) funny that there are still people on IE6
I presume a Chrome Extension is designed for the Chrome Browser. If so, I don't think many people here use that.
That seems like a 'feasible' outcome, yes.
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