I was once in a cybercafe where any profanity typed in any application was replaced by hashes in front of my eyes. I couldn't even type places in England such as: West Sus### and S####horpe.
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No, the best camera/lens for any given situation is always the one you left at home.
All $500+ cameras should come with Bluetooth/Direct Wifi and GPS built in.
Not sure I'd use WiFi, but completely agree about GPS. There are plenty of post solutions, but they're all a ballache.
Yet another Universal Serial Bus connector. At least it plugs in both ways.
<annoying geeky voice>erm, I think you'll find that's the Type-C cable, which can be used for many things including USB 3.1</annoying geeky voice>
There's a nice post over at the Arch forums that breaks it down.
Webconverger sounds like exactly what you are looking for. An OS the boots straight into the browser. It has the added benefit of the option of either a hard drive install or a live CD, meaning that nothing would remain on the system after a reboot.
Tesla *has* publicly commented on how many vehicles it has sold in Georgia, it says that the 150 maximum is for a calendar year, while the 173 figure is for October to June and it hasn't hit the 150 mark for 2014.
My favourite bit of the home page is the table hard coded to look like a bullet list:
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<td class="rowBulletContent">We saved $43 billion in opportunity risks over</td>
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<td class="rowBulletContent">a five-year period <a href="quality-assur.html">SEE HOW</a></td>
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<td class="rowBulletContent">We achieved a 6000% increase in transaction</td>
There is no mention in the article of this being a zero day vulnerability, in fact the article specifically says "it’s not clear yet how SynoLocker’s operators installed the malware".
As others have said Synology is reporting the vulnerability was patched in December. Hardly a zero day.
Refreshingly rational about digital.
Also I think that if you married the right person they will love you more than the kids.
Such women only flourish in societies that aren't working to turn both genders feral for the sake of ego-driven identity politics/ideology or profit motive. I wish you luck if you live in the west. You'll need it.
+5 Insightful? WTF is moderating this stuff?
TFA reads like a gossip column. I see no evidence to back up any of the claims, in fact the claims themselves seem to be pretty woolly. There's no mention of what's being uploaded and why, could it be a backup option? Local search results, etc? As a Lumia user I would love to read an article by a techie with some experimental results. In fact if this is true I'm surprised that no one's done these tests already, it surely would have got out there by now.
Or, how ever long they want to have that service free. They can just boot you anytime or close up that application, GOOGLE.
Or they could *stop* charging and give you a terabyte of data, FLICKR
I keep all the photos I take locally and upload the better ones to Flickr. I call the local store a backup and the Flickr uploads the media and answered 0-20%, but some might view the local store as the media and the Flickr uploads as a backup.
As others have said I stopped collecting music/video locally once I knew I could stream/torrent anything I wanted whenever I wanted.
I'm really surprised at the results of this poll, I hope you all have off site backups!
For all of those of you saying that giving you data to 3rd parties allows them to start charging later Flickr recently went in the opposite direction.