cgriffin21 writes: Microsoft's recent seizure of 23 domains from No-IP.com, a Reno, Nev.-based company that provides a popular free dynamic DNS service, is causing outages for millions of legitimate users of the service — and apparently, at least one security vendor. The No-IP.com outages are having an impact on some customers of SonicWall, a vendor of network security and content control hardware appliances, Marc Harrison, president of Silicon East, a Manalapan, N.J.-based SonicWall partner, told CRN Tuesday. Link to Original Source
from the addictive-chemicals-are-my-theory dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Google Chariman Eric Schmidt recently addressed an Android user lamenting the fact that that mobile apps are often released on Apple's iOS platform well before they finally reach Android. Schmidt cooly and curiously explained that this dynamic will change in just 6 months. Here's why he's wrong. Though Google brags about the total number of Android users, developers care about certain kinds of users (those that pay for apps). A similar dynamic can be found in television advertising, where advertisers will more money for ad spots on less popular shows in order to reach desirable demographics, even though other programs may have many millions of more viewers."
The 9-year-olds caught in the snare of Pokémania when the games first shipped in 1998 are graduating from high school this year, but the franchise is still going strong. Game reviews by Chris Kohler and Lore Sjöberg.
A federal appeals court has denied a request by the Internet phone company Vonage Holdings that it order a retrial in the patent infringement case brought against it by Verizon Communications. Link to Original Source