Absolutely, because if there's one company you can trust, it's Sony.
I see a problem with making the downloading of plans illegal.
I believe SourceForge is working on updating their site. I seem to also remember them looking for volunteers.
GitHub doesn't have competitors that pay people to spread FUD.
That's exactly what the latter part of my post was saying, although my sense of humour is apparently lacking. I have seen some nice work done in dynamically typed languages, but in general you need to unit test the living crap out of it (which you really should do anyway), and you can generally do the same thing with interfaces if you design well (single responsibility principle & interface segregation).
It lets you throw something together quickly for a proof of concept. After you throw in the type annotations the compiler, lets you know how sloppy you are and why you should use static typing. (YMMV, but generally not in a system of any serious complexity)
Isn't almost every single instance of Android malware a Trojan? In the case of Windows, for years a large percentage was drive-by exploits of IE, ActiveX, and just about every other part of the system.
... and you're going to confuse a lot of people around here by using "than" and "then" properly.
I think it disables the radios.
Why should you be limited to software bought from them? It's not the 30% I have a problem with.
Not under 'Metro'. That's why they're pushing it so hard.
They're a technology company that pays the bills with advertising. They're into energy, languages, automation, AI, and lots of other areas.
Same with Talk vs. FaceTime/iMessage. Google wants you to use their tools so they can target ads, Apple wants to sell you hardware and time you to their ecosystem. It would be cool for Google to give people the option of paying for the nice open tools with no tracking or information gathering. You can opt out of most of it already though.