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Comment: Yes, it invoked the multitasking screen but... (Score 0, Troll) 135

by dadman (#44902117) Attached to: iOS 7 Lock Screen Bug Leaves Certain Apps Vulnerable For Access

nothing except the following leaked:
1. The home screen and its icons
2. The app history

Nothing about the content of the app is available on the multitask screens, not even the titles.

" If you had Twitter open, for example, this person might be able to pick up where you left off and post on your behalf. Or, they could access the camera — and of course, every single photo stored on the phone." -- Speculations, and speculations, and more speculations, but definitely not true!

Security issue? Yes. Serious? So so. Disastrous? Not.

+ - XBMC v11 Eden has been released->

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themib writes "After only two release candidates XBMC v11.0 Eden has been released. The latest version contains many updates and new features including: Addon Rollbacks, Confluence improvements, Dirty region rendering, a new JPEG decoder, movie scraping, better network support, a new upgraded Weather service. This announcement also heralds the new XBMCbuntu Final."
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