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Gamer Plays Over 30 Warcraft Characters
holy F that was spot on.
Atlantic Wall (847508) writes "Looks like Google has dropped the invite requirement to their Gmail service completely. Read more about it here: http://blog.imagestr.com/?p=23"
Atlantic Wall (847508) writes "Article: http://www.tgdaily.com/2006/10/05/vista_reduced_fe ature_set/
Over at Tom's Hardware they have an article on how after the 30 day trial period for Vista ends the functionality will be reduced. It will disable the goofy UI, Defender and other tools. Sounds like it just turns it into Windows XP. It will also require that all volume license agreements will have to be activated individually making large instituitions everywhere cringe."
Atlantic Wall (847508) writes "FTA: http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20061002-7875 .html
McAfee CEO George Samunek is quoted as saying, "Microsoft is being completely unrealistic if, by locking security companies out of the kernel, it thinks hackers won't crack Vista's kernel. In fact, they already have." The advert continues: "With its upcoming Vista operating system, Microsoft is embracing the flawed logic that computers will be more secure if it stops co-operating with the independent security firms.""
Atlantic Wall writes "FTA:
Scientists in Germany say they have successfully teleported the combined quantum state of two photons. That achievement is said to be the first for a composite system, and the researchers say their approach could lead to new ways to harness quantum effects for communication and computational purposes.
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