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Bug In Fire TV Screensaver Tears Through 250 GB Data Cap 348

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the should-have-stuck-to-xscreensaver dept.
jfruh (300774) writes Tech writer Tyler Hayes had never come close to hitting the 250 GB monthly bandwidth cap imposed by Cox Cable — until suddenly he was blowing right through it, eating up almost 80 GB a day. Using the Mac network utility little snitch, he eventually tracked down the culprit: a screensaver on his new Kindle Fire TV. A bug in the mosaic screensaver caused downloaded images to remain uncached.

Comment: Re:KDE, Canonical, Mozilla, and GNOME (Score 1) 71

by Tough Love (#47366685) Attached to: Improv Project, Vivaldi Tablet Officially Dead

KDE gives us a desktop! Yes! But it also gives us nepomuk, baloo, akonadi, virtuoso... KDE has so much useless bloat on it.

No, you are wrong... these things are not useless, they are worse than useless. Each of these fails harder than any stupid kde design mistake has ever failed before. Speaking as a KDE user.

Comment: Re:Very difficult to do (Score 1) 64

by Tough Love (#47346099) Attached to: Why The Korean Government Could Go Open Source By 2020

Despite the technological marvel that South Korea is at times, Active X & Internet Explorer are the apex of their Internet communications and Linux is basically not used anywhere.

Android phones are a major exception. Microsoft has negligible presence in Korea on handsets. Other exceptions are the usual ones: data centers, routers, tvs, etc etc.

Comment: Re:Wait for tha Apple zealots... (Score 3, Insightful) 198

by Tough Love (#47346057) Attached to: Overkill? LG Phone Has 2560x1440 Display, Laser Focusing

I don't remember that. But I do remember a number of Adroid vendors introducing displays with even higher PPI, and I do remember Apple losing control of the tablet market after introducing a product that had quadruple pixel count as essentially its only improvement, while regressing in battery life and weight.

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