So how are these Windows PCs going to download the patches if they are banned from connecting in the first place?
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You might've missed the recent repeal of section 3.3.1. Apple now no longer requires applications to be written in Objective-C.
USC TITLE 18 > PART I > CHAPTER 119 > 2511 Interception and disclosure of wire, oral, or electronic communications prohibited
Could this be making the iPhone 4 ready for Verizon's network?
Well if the authors actually read the licensing agreement, they can choose to opt out by going to http://oo.apple.com/
And, you can always totally turn off Location Services. It's under Settings>General>Location Services.
I think you're over-reaching when you claim to speak on behalf of the "average person" because the "average person" may not necessarily share your view on what's important to him. Right now it seems the "average person" is richly rewarding Apple with record sales quarter after quarter.
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>>Lamo says that Manning thereafter sent him additional emails encrypted to his current PGP key, but that Lamo never bothered to decrypt them. Instead, Lamo claims he turned over all those Manning emails to the FBI without ever reading a single one of them. Thus, the actual initial communications between Manning and Lamo -- what preceded and led to their chat -- are completely unknown.
The only way that the FBI could've read the emails without having Lamo himself first decrypt them, is to allow the FBI access to his secret key and password. You be the judge on the plausibility of that happening.
Knowing how large companies work; Chris is going to get a subpoena to appear in court to provide his self-proclaimed expert testimony and Goatse Security is going to get charged with illegal computer access, which, by their own admission, did occur.
And then everyone is going to forget about this and get right back to watching the World Cup.
>>Finally, a reminder that this documents contains my own opinions, I do not speak for or represent anyone but myself.
Didn't see where the Google association was, but judged in isolation it appears to be nothing more than grandstanding since 5 days doesn't seem to be reasonably enough time to respond.
Definitely; check out the headline: "FBI probing AT&T iPad security breach"
I submit to you something far more complex than Photoshop. Autodesk Maya.
Like Adobe, they got burned when the 64-bit Carbon API was scrapped, and it took more than 2 years. But it's here now.
So what is your proposed solution? Is there a netbook that weighs less than 1.5 pounds that would not cause your arm to tire after an equivalent length of time?
If you have a problem with WSJ costing more than the print edition, then don't subscribe to it. It is WSJ itself that determines the price, not Apple. The market will find the equilibrium.
As for ad-blocking, there are always proxy servers like Privoxy that can filter out ads.
Two words: Google Buzz.