Twitpic photo of my setup: http://twitpic.com/1585yt
Anyway, what I want is a Full HD screen in a 15" notebook - there are a few of them, but the choices a few.
(it has been a while, but I think I enjoyed the first couple of them)
He didn't mind other people writing on his ideas...
7. Applications that replace, remove or modify the default dialer, SMS, or MMS interface.
8. Applications that change the default browser, search client, or media player on the device.
In other words: anything that makes our crappy OS suck less...
It's kind of strange that they think this is okay, but they haven't added "email client" to one the above lists. Maybe they just forgot it or they know, that mobile outlook is so crappy that it would be useless...
The study, aptly entitled "The Emperor's New Security Indicators", is available online.The idea is that if customers do not see their image, they could be at a fraudulent Web site, dummied up to look like their bank's, and should not enter their passwords. The Harvard and M.I.T. researchers tested that hypothesis. In October, they brought 67 Bank of America customers in the Boston area into a controlled environment and asked them to conduct routine online banking activities, like looking up account balances. But the researchers had secretly withdrawn the images. Of 60 participants who got that far into the study and whose results could be verified, 58 entered passwords anyway. Only two chose not to log on, citing security concerns.