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Almost all #Android mobile devices available today are susceptible to hacks that can execute malicious code when they are sent a malformed text message or the user is lured to a malicious website, a security researcher reported Monday.
Booby-trapped MMS messages and websites exploit flaw in heart of Android.
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The problem is not with mms. The problem is in libstagefright. Any app that uses it to parse or open multimedia content of the susceptible type is vulnerable. It just happens that mms provides an attack vector that does not require user participation and is remotely initiated from anywhere. 
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OEM images are for computer vendors and manufacturers. They allow #Linux #Mint to be “pre-installed” on a machine which is then used by another person than the one who performed the installation.
The following OEM installation images are now available: Linux Mint 17.2 Cinnamon OEM 64-bit Linux Mint 17.2 MATE OEM 64-bit Reminder: OEM images are for computer vendors and manufacturers. They allow Linux Mint to be "pre-installed" on a machine which is then used by another person than the one who
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Do you want to manage containers in clusters and clouds without tearing out your hair? Then, #Google and the #Cloud Native Computing Foundation's (CFNC)newly released Kubernetes 1.0 is for you. Chances are though your people don't know #Kubernetes. If that's your situation, #CoreOS has the software for you: Tectonic. #Linux
Google and friends have announced the release of Kubernetes 1.0, which is great... if you know Kubernetes. If, like most folks, you don't, then CoreOS's new Tectonic program is here for you.
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In Depth After five years, the radical design experiment of Windows Phone is to end; Windows on phones is being subsumed into Windows 10, and alas, this means #Windows phones will not only be less distinctive and inherit many of the flaws, but they’ll acquires some flaws no mobile platform today suffers.

That’s my conclusion after trying to use Windows 10 mobile for real work, just as I tried to use full fat Windows 10 for real work recently. #Microsoft #M$
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+Norse ko roflmao
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#ERNW security analyst Florian Grunow says North Korea's #Red #Star #Linux operating system is tracking users by tagging content with unique hidden tags.
Hermit Kingdom activists can feel more secure with Open Office
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At least they produce their own Open Source Operating System, most governments force commercial companies to incorporate all their spyware and backdoor's in closed source.
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#Internet #Explorer will soon be joining Geocities, AOL and MySpace in the dustbin of internet history.

After decades of dominance through proprietary lock-in and anti-trust-busted software bundling, the monster lurking in web developer nightmares will no longer be the default browser for Windows.
#Windows 10, due in two weeks, will use #Microsoft's latest browser creation: #Edge. #Google #Chrome #Linux
The best thing for the web since Mozilla forked Netscape
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What I want are Web sites and apps that don't force me to use an MS browser. 
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Aaeon’s #Yocto #Linux ready, 3.5-inch “GENE-BSW5″ SBC offers Intel Braswell CPUs, dual GbE ports, six serial ports, and mini-PCIe, SATA, and mSATA expansion.
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The #KDE #Community just announced its ambitious #Plasma #Mobile platform. To better understand the project I reached out to Sebastian Kügler, one of Plasma's lead architects and developers, and Chief Operations at Blue Systems. #Linux
The KDE Community just announced its ambitious Plasma Mobile platform.
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i want this. NOW !
No, seriously it  looks pretty neat.
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I have been on holiday for the past 10 days so I haven't had much of a chance to test new #Linux distributions or work on any tutorials.

I have had lots of available reading time however and there was one particular story in Web User magazine that really amazed me, or should I say annoyed me.
If you were fooled into installing the Insider Preview version of Windows 10 read this article which gives you an alternative solution
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GNU/Linux needs an actual hardware platform development company. If for example Red Hat, ASUS and AMD merged into one company then GNU/Linux would be a real competitor to Apple and Microsoft.
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Forget that the folks at #Microsoft were wrong about the “Start” button and the interface formally known as Metro. It seems they’re still convinced they know what’s best for their users. So much so that the new #Windows, due to be released next week, will have users click off on an #EULA that pretty much gives Redmond carte blanche to update the system at will, which will include updating apps as well as Windows itself, with no real way to opt out — except for users of the Enterprise edition.
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Hmm, I'd say that the term Adware, probably doesn't apply... I'm not sure about advertising, but it's certainly marketing... after all, Microsoft is certainly not going to limit the supply of Windows 10, and if they plan to make it a free upgrade then this will not be a limited time offer... they're just trying to hook people in before they consider alternatives... so, I'm not sure if the term "advertising" applies... but it's certainly a marketing exercise.
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I currently have nine desktops running in my office. They're running #Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 10 Build 10240, OS X Yosemite, OS X El Capitan beta, #Ubuntu 15.04, Chrome OS, #Fedora 22, and #Linux #Mint 17.2. Which one do I use on my main production desktop?
Windows 10? Eh. OS X El Capitan? It's OK I guess. Just give me the latest and greatest Linux desktop from Mint and I'll be happy.
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Bad question. With such diversity and user experience you do not know which OS best fit your needs?
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Making copies of #copyrighted #music and #videos for personal use is again illegal in the UK because of a ruling by the High Court issued today.
Industry groups want "fair compensation," even for private copies.
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+Neil Franken The Music Industry should have stood up their own online stores years ago. purchase once, stream on demand, download a variety of formats and quality ranges.

Not having this is what is hurting them.
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