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- What I would like to know is how you are finding SMP PREEMPT? Are you using terminal emulator to access Linux command line shell, or is this displayed on the version of Android your phone is running (you didn't mention Android, but it must be)?
44 weeks 4 days ago
- How difficult would it be to port an existing Android app to BlackBerry 10? It seems like the BlackBerry Market, er BlackBerry World rather, could be easier for a developer to get traction in than it is on Google Play considering the much smaller number of applications available in BlackBerry World.
45 weeks 2 days ago
- It's very easy, but not particularly obvious. Click on the drop down arrow on the top right of your post box (to the right of your name at the top of your post). Choose "Lock this post". This will keep the person you share with from resharing it.
45 weeks 4 days ago
- Colorado has started using a portal that adds additional levels of encryption to cloud based email to meet both HIPAA and CJIS standards. The state partnered with a company called Zix Corp (which I had never heard of before) to set it up.
47 weeks 3 days ago
- I'm not sure I entirely follow your question. Did you actually mean convert PDF to triples? You can import triples using RDF, but I'm not sure about PDFs. Maybe this will provide a little guidance.
48 weeks 1 day ago
- I suggest you talk to your employer, assuming that you would like to continue and progress there, and ask what would be of most use to them. Or just look around and see what is being used most heavily. In general, and I am biased towards mobile app development so this may well not be appropriate for you, I would say Java and C++.
48 weeks 4 days ago
- I've read quite a lot about Eric Schmidt's visit to North Korea, from the US State Dept. calling it "unhelpful" to John McCain referring to Eric Schmidt and Gov. Bill Richardson as "useful idiots." I'm not so sure. I don't want to support repressive governments, but how much harm could the trip cause?
49 weeks 2 days ago
- You might need a repeater with all of the concrete and steel. A repeater is cheap, effective, and will help you avoid dead zones that are common in commercial structures with steel/concrete construction.
50 weeks 9 hours ago
- In addition to places like IT World, I check two sites every day _ Naked Security and ThreatPost. They are both run by companies that sell security/anti-virus products, Sophos and Kaspersky respectively, but they also have a lot of up to date information and they don't just shill for their own products.
50 weeks 4 days ago
- Why not develop a simple Android app? It should satisfy the open source requirement, give you some practical experience, and be relatively straightforward. There are lots of resources available to help you through it both on-line and in print.
51 weeks 12 hours ago
- I would be surprised if it is more than 5 for personal use, with a dedicated password perhaps for each really important thing such as bank accounts or email, and reused passwords for things like forums. Work is a different matter, depending on what you do you might have a lot, like Dave (300!), or literally zero.
52 weeks 12 hours ago
- Have you implemented any special data security measures to protect high value data stored in the cloud? What is most effective?
1 year 3 weeks ago
- We are working on a website for someone who wants to embed a video that autoplays on the landing page. I'm trying to discourage him from going down that road because, one, I hate it when I visit a website and there is suddenly audio playing, especially when I am listening to music, and two, I suspect other people feel the same way.
1 year 8 weeks ago
1 year 10 weeks ago
- StillADotcommer answers Re: Should we stop using Internet Explorer until the newest fix is released?Maybe. Is the specific risk to you very high? Probably not, but that doesn't mean that there isn't a risk. If you don't want to dump IE for some reason there are workarounds until a patch is released. Have fun with it, though. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/advisory/2757760
1 year 13 weeks ago
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