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Comment: I brought you in to this world, I can take you out (Score 1) 324

by Rydian (#34144762) Attached to: MS Adds Security Suite To Update Service, Antivirus Rival Objects

Microsoft created the Anti-Virus market through their bad design choices, now they are putting forth an "optional" effort to help alleviate the problem. I'd personally rather see them solve the bigger underlying issue that brought us all of the malware and viruses in the first place, which would really put the AV companies out of business. Would they cry foul then too?

Hardware Hacking

A Sony Camera Running Linux 209

Posted by kdawson
from the answer-is-yes dept.
jonr writes "At the recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show, Sony presented the new camera from its Cyber-shot product line. The DSC-G3 comes with a Zeiss lens with 4x zoom, a large 3.5" touch display, and 4GB of internal memory. Most interesting is the camera's software that includes, among other things, face and scene recognition, based on Busybox and Kernel 2.6.11 for the Access Linux Platform. The camera also has built-in Wi-Fi."

Comment: Re:Well, isn't that ironic? (Score 1) 295

by Rydian (#23644299) Attached to: Firefox Appears Ready to Crack 20% Share Next Month
Which browser you use for normal browsing should be irrelevant in regards to site development, as you should be testing across all major browsers.

Surf the web with whatever browser you prefer. To the end-user, everything should come out as the developers expected across the major browsers. I know you're likely not going to visit /. on all the major browsers, but I sure hope the /. devs do.

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