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Comment: Re:WTF? No XP support? (Score 1) 378

by vinng86 (#35494852) Attached to: IE9 Released, Media Has Opinions

They wanted to use new APIs and features that are found in modern versions of Windows, in an effort to make IE suck less.

Use a different browser at work and IE9 at home, if you must.

Uhhhh why not simply detect the version of Windows and enable/disable based on support of features required? It's not hard to do. This is just Microsoft doing what any software company does - making you upgrade so that they'll make money.

Comment: Re:So remind me again... (Score 1) 236

by vinng86 (#35247238) Attached to: New Android Malware Robs Bandwidth For Fake Searches
You don't see stories because you may not even know about malware hidden behind a facade. For example, Storm 8 was once sending customer phone numbers to themselves without their knowledge. Storm 8 games do a lot of interaction with their servers so it was rather trivial for them to get it past the App Store censors. What I like about android however is that it at leasts tells you what permissions it requires and if it doesn't ask for it the app will not be able to access the relevant section. A wallpaper app for example should not have camera+gps access.

Comment: Re:So remind me again... (Score 1) 236

by vinng86 (#35247048) Attached to: New Android Malware Robs Bandwidth For Fake Searches

You just don't like it because you can't actually refute it. The track records speaks for itself compared to Android.

Actually, I very much can refute it :) Please see Aurora Feintand Storm 8. And that's just the high profile ones. If a platform can have software written for it, you can guarantee there will be at least some malware written for it.

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