someone should edit the top post... "...beginning September 2013, Hewlett-Packard Company will change the way firmware updates on HP Integrity and HP 9000 products are accessed..."
One is 'global', one is a 'spot' only
time is money, and you can enjoy the latest tech earlier than most others (rather than wait for 1 year...). If money is not a problem to you, why not?
there is a x.265 codec around the corner, it should help to reduce the bandwidth requirement by half (in theory).
Let's hope its code name is not HAL9000
As I know, there is no DNA inside virus, just RNA fragments. That's why they need to find a host (a cell) to infect and take over their control center. (correct me if i'm wrong)
You are sure it is 'snappy'? I bet 13.10 would be buggy as hell, and breaks lots of compatibility. They want the world become their beta tester before LTS.
It is most supported distro from commercial vendors, e.g. Steam. They'll choose to compatible with Ubuntu first before everything else. And it has a large community to ask for support & help. For other unpopular distros, you maybe on your own.
So that means no Android phones in use in Iran? Or they just use the phones in offline mode?
When i saw the big Amazon icon at the Unity taskbar after install 12.10, I know it's time for me to leave Ubuntu...
They are simply exaggerating the figures. Even for editing HD content I'd convert the video into motion JPEG or huffyuv format which is still losslessly compressed. Who will editing the video in its uncompressed form?
Actually some anamorphic DVD movies (480i) upscaled to 1080p are still very watchable from my 46" Sony LCDTV. I'll give it about 70% of regular bluray 'feeling'. Some DVD players are doing poor job of upscaling through HDMI. So I just send the raw 480i HDMI signal to LCDTV directly and add little edge enhancement settings and it looks quite good.
and the best of all...we have Godzilla!
How often you see a Samsung printer hanging around in office? And you need someone come to your office to exploit its snmp backdoor, I'd assume no one will assign their printer with a public internet IP. Maybe add a firewall / switch ACL to block it before the printer LAN port will do...
Nope, everyone knows it is root/alpine