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Hard to believe, but still truenot only your bank account may be hacked by digital means, but your door key as well.
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Posted by Robin Harris @ 12:31 pm on ZDnet blogs
Blu-ray is in a death spiral. 12 months from now Blu-ray will be a videophile niche, not a mass market product.
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My background is that I'm a long-time Windows user, MVP for 12 years, and know Windows inside-out, except Vista, to which I have so far kept my exposure low.
I just got a batch of oldish 700 MHz / 256 MB / 15 GB computers and decided, just for fun, to put xubuntu on them, a lightweight Ubuntu variant. I guess this makes me a good source of well-founded newbie impressions.
The first impression is excellent. xubuntu 8.04 installed quickly, without fuzz, and ran just fine.
By Dennis Fisher, Executive Editor
LAS VEGAS -- Two security researchers have developed a new technique that essentially bypasses all of the memory protection safeguards in the Windows Vista operating system, an advance that many in the security community say will have far-reaching implications not only for Microsoft, but also on how the entire technology industry thinks about attacks.
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