For ECC, many modern Pentium and i3 CPUs also support ECC. See http://ark.intel.com/products/... for example - 2 core @ 3.8 GHz for $150, perfect for a single process task. Most i5 and i7s have ECC disabled. At that point, just pay the relatively small premium for the Xeon versions.
No, Chromium development is nothing like Android development. You can watch Chromium checkins go in around the clock: http://build.chromium.org/
This is due to Chrome's webrequest extension API: http://developer.chrome.com/extensions/webRequest.html
Fix has already landed on Chrome Canary: http://crrev.com/231405
Seagate makes SSDs too, ya know.
Have you filed a bug? http://new.crbug.com/
Not going to happen. Google has a dual class shares. Class B Google stock gets 10x more votes.
I don't see any fear, uncertainty or doubt in the tweet.
You have the freedom to buy an Android phone of your choice. Buy one that's not locked.
Google Chrome will run if you just extract the
When the next Google Chrome beta comes out, the two tracks will differ. Until then, they are on the same version.
What sources are you basing your claims of insecurity on? Have you read http://webblaze.cs.berkeley.edu/2010/secureextensions/ ?