Another new hardware (sigh)
AMD has become the new hardware Kmart - every month or so something new...but what about their driver quality?
36 posts • joined 16 Feb 2016
... who is going to prison for this? Slaughtering passengers like that should be punished by imprisonment - discussing what was the fault is irrelevant to the case since proper aircraft safety testing never occurred.
Now, what? - CEO is not responsible for anything... hundreds are dead.. tough luck then, eh?!
Who is next?
Google *storing/harvesting* other countries' files without permission should be globally illegal in principle! Why is it so complicated to get such laws in place? Isn't this copyright theft? Seriously, order Google to comply or ban/block their domains should be convincing nuf, no?
There is no problem until you cause it...
... won't go away by swapping the phone or battery. The whole story just shows that Samsung never created this phone's circuitry and this is where outsourcing bites you in the b*...
even worse there is nothing that can be learnt from - it's the curse of outsourcing biting all big manufacturers (recalls) no matter which industry.
Fine, but this does not really overrule other countries law, no?
I think the German Administrative court got it a bit too easy, if not wrong, in their verdict.
Thing is Singapore, for one example, is blocking Netflix country wide for not complying with local broadcasting rules and there is no but their HQ is somewhere else.
.. has Microsoft still not fixed this big security hole? Remote encryption of an computer without requiring permission (confirmation) from the in-house system admin? How comes such an attack can be executed without anyone knowing? Apparently, we're still in the stone age of IT security, yes!?
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