This is also key when you are dealing with an ISP that gives you a NAT'ed IP, instead of a real address. Mac OS X VNC was pretty limited in options (no reduced color mode to help with latency, no attach to listening client). I found having a support script that forwarded the OS X remove VNC port to a remote host to have intolerable latency. TeamViewer is not perfect, but it did mostly work to support a remote Mac better than any other solution I tried.
Citing massive growth in their user base ("25 million users, 1000+ games, 12 billion player minutes per month, and 75 billion Steam client minutes per month"), Valve unveiled a revamped UI for Steam on Tuesday, opening the beta test to anyone who wants to try it out. There are many changes, and an increased focus on social features: "Right from within your own game Library, you can now track which of your friends plays each game or invite them to play one with you. Before you've even bought a game, knowing whether your friends play it is one of the most useful pieces of information to have. So on the store homepage, there's a new listing of what your friends have bought or played lately." Tracking games and achievements have both gotten simpler, and Valve has dropped the Internet Explorer rendering engine in favor of WebKit. An enterprising user also found files that may indicate the existence of an OS X Steam client.
Unless you use a TPM...oh wait Slashdot hates TPMs. This was what trust-based technologies were meant to fight.
I have found the opposite to be true. Opera works better than Firefox for internal pages at our company (which is ie6 focused).
Ogg is the transport, Vorbis is the CODEC. Are you saying that MP3 or MP4 are exciting? At least there is differentiation for CODEC and transport. How about the fact that mpeg 4 asp or AVC or H.264 can be in an avi, wmv, mp4, etc.? A distinctive name seems better than all the overlapping nonsense.
I believe that Google has restored access to the tether apps outside US. Funny thing, the app mentioned is still available for download from code.google.com in apk form. If you can root the phone you can certainly find these programs. There is even a version tracking app for programs outside the market to alert you for updates. Pulling an app from the market only carries weight for paid apps.