What is frustrating is the article makes no mention of whether it is for both versions (free or pro) or just the free version. The Pro version is very cheap and worth the cost, so hopefully, the Pro version is not affected by this.
Mesosphere is suppose to be taking the concept of OpenStack to the next evolutionary level using the next more recent concepts that have been released on how Google's BORG worked it (Google has evolved past this, but everyone else is still catching up).
Mark Wilson writes: Like Edward Snowden, Julian Assange is an incredibly divisive character. Just as Snowden is viewed by some as a hero for exposing the activities of the NSA, so Assange is viewed as a hero for exposing — amongst other things — the darker side of the US military through WikiLeaks. But both figures are also viewed as villains by those who believe that their whistleblowing has endangered national security.
While Snowden scampered off to Russia to avoid the US legal system, Assange took refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy in London. While it's certainly true that he's a man of interest for the US which ultimately seeks to prosecute him over the activities of WikiLeaks, Assange is actually holed up in the UK to escape extradition to Sweden where he faces questioning over allegations of rape. He has continually used the additional prospect of extradition to the US for WikiLeaks-related questioning as an excuse for not facing the music in Sweden. This is just about as wrong as it's possible to be.
msm1267 writes: A unique scareware campaign targeting Mac OS X machines has been discovered, and it’s likely the developer behind the malware has been at it a while since the installer that drops the scareware is signed with a legitimate Apple developer certificate.
“Sadly, this particular developer certificate (assigned to a Maksim Noskov) has been used for probably two years in similar attacks,” said Johannes Ullrich, dean of research of the SANS Institute’s Internet Storm Center, which on Thursday publicly disclosed the campaign. “So far, it apparently hasn’t been revoked by Apple.”
An anonymous reader writes: William Holt, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Intel's Technology and Manufacturing Group, has said at a conference that chips will become slower after industry re-tools for new technologies such as spintronics and tunnelling transistors. "The best pure technology improvements we can make will bring improvements in power consumption but will reduce speed." If true, it's not just the end of Moore's Law, but a rolling back of the progress it made over the last fifty years.
the_newsbeagle writes: Epidemiologists working on Zika virus could benefit from portable genome sequencers, like these used during the Ebola outbreak. In spring 2015, researchers conducted the first experiment in real-time genetic surveillance during an infectious disease epidemic. The researchers packed all their equipment in a couple of suitcases and set up a mobile lab in Guinea, where they used palm-sized sequencing devices to analyze viral RNA from 142 patients. Genomic data can illuminate the chains of transmission in an outbreak, and can help scientists develop diagnostics and vaccines.
I don't know about you, but most of the Prime stuff I order comes UPS or FedEx Ground or via USPS that FedEx or UPS gave to them. They don't send all things 2 day air, thus saving them a lot of money, on top of that huge discounts they get from the carriers due to their shipping volume.
I loved how MS claimed one of my systems was fully supported, only to discover the video card driver was discontinued and super buggy with display glitches over areas that have font in the system related things or in MS Edge (so far other apps are fine). Intel refuses to release a fix. Makes the system unusable for using the start menu, system search or any metro App (including system settings). Lucky it is a parents old system and I merely use it to access old files.... sometime soon I will just upgrade it to Linux to make it more usable.