Member since: Nov 22nd, 2010
Apr 6th 2011 2:17PM How ironic that one of the world's largest security firms was hacked. This makes me sad.
Mar 10th 2011 1:55PM I'm kind of anxious to see how IE9 would hold up. Man, and it's only four days until release... *sigh* Guess I'll have to wait until next year's Pwn2Own to see.
Mar 4th 2011 4:49PM @billobob Still wouldn't matter since Android apps have to be built for a specific platform (not only the version of Android, but also the screen resolution, among other things).
Feb 26th 2011 4:58PM @Sebastian Anthony I wish you guys would just use Disqus like your sister site Engadget does. It's a great platform! Single sign-in across sites, very powerful management/monitoring for admins, and the fact that it doesn't scatter comment replies across the comments section all sound like a win to me.
Feb 19th 2011 5:33PM @SilverWave Oddly enough, I remember reading that IE8 was the most secure. http://www.nsslabs.com/assets/noreg-reports/NSS%20Labs_Q32010_Browser-SEM.pdfWarning: PDF Link
Feb 4th 2011 4:45PM @SilverWave They will. And don't call me Shirley. And, as for your first comment, this will be useful for non-techy people just moving up to smartphones. It's not that they're admitting it's not intuitive, it's that some people need a little help with all technology, so why not help them out?
Feb 3rd 2011 8:46PM @nomadica Correct. This update allows you to use a completely different e-mail address rather than just use a "+" address.
Feb 3rd 2011 3:06PM @mer2329 I'm actually very pleased with Reader X. I wish they would stop using that damn download manager to get it, or offer and easy-to-find offline installer (they do, but you have to go on an expedition to find it), but it's performance is actually quite solid. I would say it's on par with Foxit Reader. I switched back because I was tired of Foxit's buggy Firefox plugin, and I haven't even thought of going back. I'm quite shocked at what Adobe pulled off!
Jan 17th 2011 4:23PM I think that's kind of stupid. I like being able to simply click "add to DVD queue" on my console. That means I don't have to go online and find the movie I wanted to watch that was DVD only and add it to my queue. Maybe a smarter idea would be to remove the button from shows that stream instantly and keep it there for shows that are DVD only.
Jan 3rd 2011 2:23PM Interesting. I never had this issue.
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble