Bleeping Computer updated their article and retracted that it was a BGP error. HardOCP, please update your post with the correction. :-)
"7:43 PM EST: We were previously told that NETSCOUT felt a BGP routing issue was the cause of this outage. We are now being told that this BGP Routing issues...
People are so embedded to the iCloud ecosystem, it's incredibly difficult to leave it. That is where they're making their money. If somebody came up with a tool to help exit the iCloud environment, they'd be ludicrously rich.
It's not that hard honestly. Hook up a USB to Ethernet cable to the USB port and a router that hands out DHCP. Then SSH to the car, then with the default password which is publicly available and you can log in to a linux based kernel. From that point on, you can do lots of goodies. Enable the...
I believe this is a great idea.
KODAKOne will a platform that will scrape the internet looking for images registered through the platform. It will scrape based on what ever magic applications they have developed. Kodak will then act as the representative in collecting the dues for properly...
As one that works in security, patch management is one of the toughest jobs out there. When you're a company that has so many inputs and outputs, keeping track of systems that are vulnerable is tough. I don't envy the guys in the trenches that spend their entire day patching systems, especially...
Not double retail price, I'd say close to $850 - $900 on release day. Still beats paying full price.
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$5 per month. Sacrifice eating out for lunch for one day per month and it pays for it. Seriously, if you don't have it, get it.
Side note: it took me 2 straight weeks of uploading 4TB of data. 150 Mbps Down, 20 Mbps Up.
Depends on what the information is on. My problem is I feel like I'm addicted to information. If I don't have some bit of information pop up on my screen, I'll go nuts. The first few days of camping trips or cruises are the toughest.
Prices have come down enough to compete with companies flagship models. For example:
Fitbit Blaze: $199.99
Fossil Q: $219.99
Series 1 Apple Watch 38mm: $269.99
Series 1 Apple Watch 42mm: $299.99
Given it's an "Apple" the spread isn't all that much. Coworkers have asked me quite a bit about...