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rrrize said:Too late. Minute I read AppleInsider's reporting on this, I deleted Zoom. Fixing it just because you've been caught only communicates to me that you will do it again if you think you can get away with it.
CloudTalkin said:MacPro said:If iPhones are vulnerable imagine Android phones which in this extract are not mentioned at all ... it sounds like an excellent marketing strategy for Google to me. Oh wait ... of course this is the very information all Android users hand over to Google to use already, what am I thinking?
- You don't know what Project Zero is. You don't know what they do
- You skimmed the article looking for excuses why these exploits existed and lasted so long.
- Finding none, you decided it would be perfectly fine to inject baseless speculation and disparage the research team
The Saturn V navigational computers was a 14KB computer. I'm pretty sure these developers will find a way to do it without infringing on users privacy. There are a lot of smart people out there. It's just a matter of time. Caveat: I'm not a developer. But, some of the apps out there are just awesome given the constraints of the medium.AppleExposed said:tannertannertanner said:Yeesh. If I didn't already have an iPhone, these sad illustrations would make me want to do whatever it took to get one. They also make me appreciate how difficult it must be for Samsung to compete with Apple in the U.S. culture-wise.
So petty. They're always envious of Apples products and services.
If they make such a deal about them maybe Sammy should have invented the iPhone.