No, 80% of the apps are using 20% of the codec varieties, so one only need to target those 20% of commonly used codec libs, and that's usually less than a handful.
Prove it to everyone that this is a troll.
Apparently, I could not see anything in the camera roll either, on the iOS 7.0. Are you really sure that this is the case as you have described??
"the new multitask browser provides an unprotected preview of my last banking session." -- was this really what you've seen on the iOS 7.0? Mine one didn't show anything...
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.
When Steve Jobs is dead
1984 is back
We are using the Mac
Or its copycat
to browse the Internet
Anonymous you said!
I may be a Coward
But risk my family I care?
"Congress" and "American", this read exactly like a piece of news come from China.
Parent should mod as Funny, not insightful! Children ALWAYS, ALWAYS know more computer than their parents, period.
It sounds more and more like China, where when you get accused, you are presumed illegal until you prove it otherwise. Ha ha, it is funny to see this happen in the US of A
Easy to solve, just move up the hierarchy or switch job.
Well said! This is the attitude!
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Well put, exactly.
... if the display is indeed an e-ink color. That is it, nothing else mattered (for a Kindle).