Privacy Badger 1.0 – New Ways to Stop Sneaky Trackers EFF is excited to announce that today we are releasing version 1.0 of Privacy Badger for Chrome and Firefox. Privacy Badger is a browser extension that automatically blocks hidden trackers that would otherwise spy on your browsing habits as you surf the Web.
The recent Lenovo notebooks with their crappy keyboards and questionable cookie-cutter design have tainted the good reputation of ThinkPads.
This is the reason why I am still holding on to my X220 that was one of the last generation that had the good keyboard; and the reason why I recently bought ten old ThinkPad 600 keyboards and a used ThinkPad 600 from eBay to retrofit to current computing times.
Having a new ThinkPad with the good design elements and proper keyboard but with modern technology would be awesome.
So while this is currently only a thought experiment, I would really like this to actually happen.
The best quality you will find in a laptop computer today is Toughbook. My old CF-30 has 16590 hours on it and all I have replaced is keyboards and batteries. It still runs around 12 hours on a charge. If you liked ThinkPad products you may wish to checkout a Toughbook 53 although the display is tiny as most Toughbooks. The QA that they have is unquestionably the best.
Privacy Badger is a browser add-on that stops advertisers and other third-party trackers from secretly tracking where you go and what pages you look at on the web. If an advertiser seems to be tracking you across multiple websites without your permission, Privacy Badger automatically blocks that ...
Please, security test our code! Since Oracle was so nice as to remind everyone what software security is really like with closed-source software, I wanted to remind people how finding and reporting security issues works in PostgreSQL: Feel free to "reverse engineer" the code. In fact, he...
Somehow it seems like "I don't want the cloud provider I depend on to have to change something because of patent trolls" is a more realistic problem for most AWS users than "I want to be able to sue my cloud provider over patents."
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Attention C++ programmers -- a new approach to extreme performance in server applications. +Nadav Har'El will show how the new Seastar framework gives you both (1) uncompromising performance and (2) a futures/promises/continuations model for developing testable, debuggable programs.
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