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Net neutrality cleared a major hurdle today when it was approved by the Federal Communications Commission.
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Download Java Game Maker. JGM: Java Game Maker is a simple tool ( Game Engine ) that allows the user to make java games (in fullscreen mode, applet and form with very hight FPS) wri
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Technology giant Samsung has warned customers against discussing personal or sensitive information in front of its voice-activated televisions.
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This is a summary of the excellent JavaZone 2012 talk Going Native (vimeo) by Brian McCallister. Content: Using native libraries in Java and packaging them...
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Protesters in Brazil are demanding more as military police violently attempt to control the thousands who have taken to the streets.
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The desire of two suffering B.C. women to “die with dignity” has led to a landmark Supreme Court of Canada ruling that opens the door to legalization a year from now of doctor-assisted suicide for people suffering from a “grievous and irremediable” – though not necessarily terminal – condition. Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin and her eight colleagues on Canada’s highest court ruled unanimously and emphatically that the Criminal Code ban on assis...
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The "Play Store" permissions dialog is completely broken. An update came out for Humble Bundle last night. The permission dialog only shows general "Photos/Media/Files" without any indication of what actual permissions it's requesting, and shows no new permissions. The detailed permission list on the app's page shows that it's requesting four permissions, two new, none of which are even indicated even as part of a summary in the permissions dialog.

+Android +Android Developers #android #security #fail

#google - please revert to the old permissions dialog, the one that provided a detailed list of permissions. The new one is actively deceptive and a security weakness.
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Google has decided that it will no longer provide Webview patches for Android systems running Jelly Bean 4.3, or older, putting the onus on OEMs and the open source security community to provide pa...
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Journalist, Tech Writer
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  • www.techeye.net
    Freelancer, 2004 - present
  • BrightSideofNews.com
    Freelancer, 2011 - present
  • TechEye.net
    Freelancer, 2009 - present
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Writer, Computer Geek, Positive Troublemaker - Informático devenido en periodista de tecnología. Blogger:Nerd-Progre.blogspot.com
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I started using computers at around age 10, if not earlier. It was a Radio Shack TRS-80 Model III. I went through the 8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit computing eras.

Now I run a mix of Linux, FreeBSD, Windows, OS/2 and Solaris on several computers on my home office. I started written articles in the late 1990s for OS/2 E-Zine. By 2003, Mike "Mad" Magee from London wanted me to join the freelancers writing for www.theinquirer.net.

Five years later, I'm one of VNU Business Media's writers @ the INQUIRER.
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