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Comment: world phone coming soon? (Score 1) 568

by Vanden (#30659908) Attached to: Google's Nexus One Phone Launches

I noticed in the Q&A that they will be working on a world phone Android model in the near future (both GSM/CDMA). This will be a great feature for people who travel internationally, or to be able to switch networks at home.

For this current model, I think the voice feature will be the most significant: every text field is voice enabled, making the touchscreen-only keyboard a bit less painful.


+ - Drupal 6.0 Released

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Vanden writes "Drupal 6.0 has just been released! From the website:

After one year of development we are ready to release Drupal 6.0 to the world. Thanks to the tireless work of the Drupal community, over 1,600 issues have been resolved during the Drupal 6.0 release cycle. These changes are evident in Drupal 6's major usability improvements, security and maintainability advancements, friendlier installer, and expanded development framework. Further, from bug fix to feature request, these issues follow-through on the Drupal project's continued commitment to deliver flexibility and power to themers and developers.

Comment: Re:No (Score 4, Interesting) 96

by Vanden (#21536277) Attached to: Government-Sponsored Cyberattacks on the Rise
Given your assumptions of "correctly set-up network" and "sysadmins have been doing their jobs", I would agree.

However, most of us know that many networks are vulnerable to attack because they're neither correctly set-up nor are their admins doing their jobs. In these cases, even a no-talent script kiddie could break in easier than a government could launch a nuclear attack.

"Stupidity, like virtue, is its own reward" -- William E. Davidsen