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What are YOU doing today? Me, I WAS busy, then I stopped by Bill’s… day done… I’ll be here if you need me…
28 pieces of computing advice that stand the test of time – Technology never stops moving forward. Hardware gets faster, and operating systems gain new features and (we hope) finesse. This is natural computing law. But just because computers are one big exercise in evolutionary progress, that doesn’t mean certain computing maxims ever go out of style. Take, for example, the nuggets of wisdom in the following list. All of these things are as true today as they were 2, 5, and in some cases even 10 or 20 years ago.
Proof of concept Android malware creates 3D maps of your home – Researchers have created a malicious mobile phone application that uses phone and other sensors to create 3D visual maps of the owner’s home and other spaces.
Antivirus: What it does and doesn’t do – Patrick Lambert looks at the shortcomings of antivirus solutions and takes a practical…
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