If you were the one posting the off-topic "3D printers suck" rant in every single irrelevant thread; you deserved it.
"Made in China" has been a warning label for Hard Drives for a long time now. Abyssmal quality control/High failure rate.
Scooters coming out of China have been literally falling apart after about 1200km of driving them and dying after a few thousand more. Repairmen aren't even touching them anymore.
Chinese cars (Landwind) have been on the European market for a while now. In 2010, the CV9 model went through a crash test and failed pretty miserably.
Maybe they've learned from their mistakes, but probably not.
Meanwhile, people will be wondering if this vulnerability has been known for at least a month, possibly much longer, because those Windows 8 licenses haven't been selling as well as expected...
XP Embedded's support doesn't end when XP does.
Windows XP Embedded (Toolkit and Runtime), all versions - January 12, 2016
It's just a disfunctional Chrome with Opera branding now.
It died when they abandoned their own codebase.
Does that mean that if i put a bunch of Molybdenum magnets under the sidewalk, i could get the dogs confused enough to stop pooping there?
Or maybe the opposite effect...
If Microsoft offers to "Partner" with you, run and don't look back.
Spinrite crashing on big disks is supposedly because of a bug in freedos (which it boots from) and should be fixable by replacing it with ms-dos...
I can't imagine anyone bragging about having a Microsoft branded phone.
They're just not cool.
12%. This question gets asked in most of the Apple-related threads...
So far, summer in the Netherlands has been unusually cool and wet.
I think we had 3 days of hot weather.
Too bad it's a Seagate drive and will probably die if you looked at it funny, just like my last 4 Seagates...