So why don't they start tracking the phone calls that were made from flight MH370?
Yes, it was http://www.linkedin.com/in/ali...
Stop posting this "user's" aka Dice's stories on Slashdot! His entire history of posts all link to the user's own i-programmer.info site in order to generate traffic and ad impressions. Enough is enough already!
Tog has a better take on the iWatch: http://asktog.com/atc/apple-iwatch/
Is eldavojohn some kind of Slashdot shill? He has 4 articles on the main page just in the last 2 days while there are numerous other more interesting stories that could be posted.
To take advantage of the change in your Firefox search bar on Linux, edit the ~/.mozilla/firefox/xxxxxx.default/search.json file and change all URL references to Google to "https" where xxxxxx is the random string created by Firefox. I assume it's similar for other operating systems.
While this is a step i nthe right direction, I believe only the results of your search are encrypted, not the search string itself. Perhaps Google should make the search a POST and not a GET. That should solve the problem of your search string appearing in the URL.
1) Ask them, are you a girl?
2) Have you always been a girl?
3) If not, can you keep a secret?
Works for me
I'd want to see the source code for this thing. I am sceptical due to the whole roadside breathalyzer court case that is still ongoing.