126.96.36.199 (Aug 28, 2008)
dssdbs : in case you do not know the description is written by the "uploader" not betanews redaction.
Second : There is no difference between "standards" and recommendations since neither are mandatory and none less descriptive than the other. It is just anal semantic.
188.8.131.52 (Jun 26, 2011 - 8:57 AM)
You are able to say the EXACT same week that application numbers do not matter for the IOs / android war and single a meager 20 000 apps for windows 7 as a key factor for Nokia to drop all independence ?
184.108.40.206 (Jun 25, 2011 - 3:05 AM)
Yes very serious LOL:
Quote "In other words, at least in part, Android is no longer surging because Apple is no longer letting it."
somebody just have to explain to me what does mean 'stopping a surge in "part" '
This guy discovered that when apple release a new handset (once a year only compared to the constant flux of android handsets) they have a peak in sales. Great, now he can fire the next neuron, he'll need it.
220.127.116.11 (Jun 19, 2011 - 7:38 AM)
You also traded your complete privacy and a good piece of brain share (to ads).
You also traded all your friends and email contact privacy to google, but hey those people knew who they were friend with right ? and your business contact have the choice to make business someplace else right ? Freedom is king .... until there is no more place to be free of course.
No big deal, your lifestyle is not "cramped" anymore right ?
Liberal totalitarianism, the "founding fathers" must really feel miserable.
18.104.22.168 (May 25, 2011 - 5:10 AM)
Sarkozy always reverse the meaning of things, he is a confused man that love confusion.
When he makes a law restricting the civil liberties, he calls that "law on the bettering of public freedom", basically when he says a word he means the opposite.
He IS a populist, that's why he is so eager to denounce it, so when he confuses regulation and democracy, beware, he means control and arbitrary decisons.
I am know I am French, this guy is a deranged compass heading south.
22.214.171.124 (Mar 11, 2011 - 2:31 AM)
A digital signature is not a digitalized signature.
And a signature that can be copied faked or reused at will is worth nothing legally.(like the one you have scanned on a jpg image on your computer and you insert into your office documents ;))
This is all fallacy.
Touchscreen or not it does not change the nature of the problem with digital where copies are identical to original, witch is exactly what a signature is made to prevent.
Such "solutions" only open the doors to more crooks and abuses because they create a false sense of security and still will bind you legally (because "common false sense" will be that they are reliablen thanks to such article and smart marketing from vendors).
Last but not least cryptographic digital signature, even if correctly implemented poses the same problem as "electronic votes", they are so complex that nearly nobody can verify them and two basic humans can't make their own conviction that such a signature is genuine, witch destroy the trust, that very thing a signature is made to enforce.
Not every problem as a "digital" solution.