Daily Archives: April 19, 2013

18 Years Too Late, M$ Realizes IE Was A Huge Mistake

"Reducing the power and access of the browser to the OS is a great way to minimize the attack possibilities of the hacker," see Browsers pose the greatest threat to enterprise, Microsoft reports Well, better late than never. Instead of … Continue reading

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IT In Kenya Evolves Free From Wintel

“The number of Internet subscribers increased by 75.1 percent in the quarter compared to same period in 2011. The report indicated that mobile data/Internet continued to dominate the market contributing 99 percent of the total internet/data subscriptions in the country. … Continue reading

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And It Came To Pass, Small Cheap Computers Rule The World

“Rumour loving Digitimes reports that several major vendors, including Lenovo, HP, Toshiba, Acer and Asus will launch Intel based convertibles sometime in the third quarter. Lenovo will lead the way and it will introduce its first Android based notebook a … Continue reading

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#678979 – postgresql-9.1-slony1-2: One of the Last Few Bugs Holding Up Debian 7.0 Wheezy

“We’re getting very close to release now and if need be we’ll have to consider whether shipping the slony1-2 currently in wheezy is better or worse than not shipping it at all.” see #678979 – postgresql-9.1-slony1-2: Slony 2.0.7 is not … Continue reading

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Apple’s Monopoly On Tablets Is Dead

That didn’t take long. Being first to market with a good product does not guarantee monopoly as some suggest. Apple’s monopoly lasted only a few years. “Despite retaining the lion’s share of the UK tablet market, Apple has seen its … Continue reading

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