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Twitter Will Track Your Browsing To Sell Ads

fbobraga Re:Only for the dumb people. (120 comments)

And if you are a good computer person you install all this stuff on every computer you touch.

But not in phones...

about 10 months ago
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GNOME 3.10 Released

fbobraga Re:M.E.H. (218 comments)

it's my curiosity too: Dolphin is any useful outside KDE?

1 year,22 days
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GNOME 3.10 Released

fbobraga Re:Software (218 comments)

No help, since "Gnome" is called "Graphical User Interface" now :P

1 year,22 days
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GNOME 3.10 Released

fbobraga Re:You can never make anyone happy. (218 comments)

by using generic names, it makes it much much harder to search for information about the software.

Nice hint! it's a big problem.

1 year,22 days
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Firefox 24 Arrives: WebRTC Support and NFC Sharing On Android

fbobraga Re:Pale Moon FTW (152 comments)

Windows only? Blarg!

about a year ago
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The Greatest Keyboard Shortcut Ever

fbobraga Re: Huh? What? (506 comments)

It's not the same thing, bro :P

about a year ago
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Mobile Devices Will Outnumber People By 2017

fbobraga Re:Define "In Use" (130 comments)

Mos important, nowadays: "2) Bringing it on the bus to read the news so you can look like a hipster." :P

about a year ago
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Mobile Devices Will Outnumber People By 2017

fbobraga Already here in Brazil, I think (130 comments)

I think that there is already more mobile phone activated lines than people here in my country (a friend used it in a conversation with me, some days ago...)

about a year ago
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Microsoft Boasts of Tiny Energy Saving With IE

fbobraga Re:Disable Flash (243 comments)

What keeps me from using Midori in this cases is the lack of FlashBlock (ABP works very well in it - besides this, its really a nice extremely light browser!)

about a year ago
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Microsoft Boasts of Tiny Energy Saving With IE

fbobraga Re:1 Watt is HUGE on mobile! (243 comments)

Of course, I've already dropped FIrefox's power consumption significantly using Adblock, Noscript and so on

I think IE don't beat that...

about a year ago
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Microsoft Boasts of Tiny Energy Saving With IE

fbobraga Re:Browser energy? (243 comments)

you don't need a virus scanner in windows and even if you have one it probably won't save you anyway... hardened IE security settings and disabling of plugins should be sufficient unless you're into warez and porn, and if you're dumb enough to click on links in unsolicited email you deserve a good infection

Say that to average Joe user :-)

about a year ago
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Microsoft Boasts of Tiny Energy Saving With IE

fbobraga Re:It adds up (243 comments)

Unfortunately, yes... "legacy" stinks :P * the power savings applies to IE6?

about a year ago
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Microsoft Boasts of Tiny Energy Saving With IE

fbobraga Re:It adds up (243 comments)

And same company would have to pay additional admins to troubleshoot security problems.

And magic ones, that don't consume power to work! :P

about a year ago
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Microsoft Boasts of Tiny Energy Saving With IE

fbobraga Re:It adds up (243 comments)

I haven't used IE in ages, as there is no Linux version so can't even try it.

Its my case too (and, I think, of various people here)

about a year ago

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