I agree with the other poster. Goggle will fuck up gmail. They've already driven me from the web version. I predict they'd trash pop/imap access within six months either with much more intrusive adspam or just turning it off.
Ask them. I assume it's some sort of stabilized platform inside. I'm sure such specialty devices have been made in the past and they'd make a custom interior for that device.
Yea it supports ARM, how is that support and how will it work out for you? Will the support it equally? What is the licensing of this confabulation? Do I have to pay anything if I make a commercial product other than the atom processor, support chips and sundry support components?
I've priced atom with all the needed support chips and compared to arm and it sucks balls on costs. I'm leery of hidden costs in this confabulation over the already sub par costs of atom.
URL: is another one that forces us to have insecure crap on our system. We run a thin client which runs firefox which runs their crap.
This of course removes all the sales drone drooling about fixing the lost work time problem of everyone standing in line doing nothing.
The genius that chose these tards has departed the building for more pay or that's what we were told.
I thought they were telling folk that it's a no contract plan but that they could pay the phone off with the regular bill. I don't see a problem with this unless they're being deceptive about it.
Use a whitelist or better make the submitter have cryptographic credentials that your system can validate before the message gets through. If that fails have them pick up a phone.
It should be done by mail/phone with a credit card with credentials mailed to you. It worked very well to keep trolls and spam off of Fidonet and Rime forums and since netmail messages cost a $0.25 so I'd love to get all the spam they could send.
Was it 300,000?
The IBM article is slim on about everything. It seems to imply you have to put a liquid on the gate to turn it on and another to turn it off.
I'd need a lot more info from them to even try and understand WTF they have.
I agree. I would add that a lot of consumer electronics makes no effort to allow the user to prevent dust and dirt contamination. I've installed heat exchanger boxes for PCs used in industrial environments. They have dry chilled filtered air pumped in though they may or may not have air flow or thermal monitoring they usually don't need it.
I've done something similar for a home theater server and equipment setup using a dedicated room which has a partition that holds an AC unit and hepafilter for incoming air. It works very well but it needs a temperature and airflow monitor which can shut things down and notify you of problems.
Monitors are harder and I have no good solution for those other than cleaning but newer ones can be of a destructive open type, the plastic is designed to be destroyed when opened and the maker would just replace it as it's cheap to them. Those require some ingenuity to reassemble but I usually can get them back together without either buying new plastic if available or creating an enclosure. I've cleaned and replaced the capacitors and backlights in a good 100 monitors and counting. I also have cleaned and replaced the capacitors on a pile of motherboards though fortunately for customers the quality of motherboards is getting somewhat better.
I can't see someone supporting a game for more than a year or so unless they have a revenue stream from downloadable content.
An OS I can see security updates being a requirement for a decade.
Some software packages dealing with finance will most likely need update and I don't expect those to be free.
The simplest mentioned is check the serial on a new install which I won't fuss with bypassing. Let me play it without the serial with either level or time restriction for a game. Let me do enough with other programs to get an idea how they work.
And as always, Don't Suck.
I currently have a Samsung Vibrant. Does anyone know T-Mobile's unlocking stance? Also will Samsung abandon the phone just as soon as they damn well can and leave owners vulnerable to malware? This happened with the Vibrant but fortunately I could use community generated firmware with as much security fixes as they were able to do without trashing compatibility with binary blob drivers.
They've proven they're not trust worthy or a long term solution to your storage or other than trivial tech needs.
I will never trust Google the perverted clowd clown for any non-trivial tech need.
In the 1990s kids I said
"The problem with biometrics is keeping the body parts alive." --mrmeval
Ask a medical student preferably one that's a surgeon and research scientist how they'd keep your finger alive and pulsing. There may still be a professor at the University of Texas Medical School who was on the cypherpunks list and listed what he could do to keep some body parts alive in the late 1990s I'm the technology has improved.