Galaxy Tab 10.1 Vs. iPad 2 Review
A standard implies that a specification or protocol is available to 3rd parties which is incorrect.
I still wouldn't necessarily call it a standard, but your assertion that there are no specifications available to 3rd parties is wrong.
Hank Chien Reclaims Donkey Kong High Score
He actually already had a big meet and greet along with 3 world record attempts scheduled for this coming Saturday here in Chicago.
Tracking Down Wi-Fi Interference?
+5 Interesting? really?
FYI, consumer WiFi uses unlicensed radio spectrum, and is subject to FCC "Part 15" rules. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Title_47_CFR_Part_15
This almost always means that the device is required to accept any interference that may be present.
Sorry, you can call the FCC all you like, but I'm quite certain that the nice receptionist that answers the phone will gladly take down your name and number for "someone to call you back" and then promptly toss it in the trash.
The Struggle For Private Game Servers
As far as I know not a single MMORPG maker has gone to court with people running private servers.
New DoS Vulnerability In All Versions of BIND 9
Why in the holy hell would you reboot a server to put a new install of BIND into service?
Sheriff Sues Craiglist For Prostitution Ads
I think the term for a telco in this context is a "clear channel" provider or something like that.
The term you're looking for is Common Carrier
DMCA Exemptions Desired To Hack iPhones, Remix DVDs
The act of "jailbreaking" an iPhone is not illegal, unless the _owner_ of the device has agreed to some TOS/EULA disallowing such an act.
No, No, NO! Why do people continue to perpetuate this?
Violating a company's EULA is not illegal. Period. Full stop.
1. forbidden by law or statute.
2. contrary to or forbidden by official rules, regulations, etc.
3. Informal. illegal alien.
Tell me which law or statue I'm violating by doing something that isn't allowed by an EULA.
US Army To Push X-Files Tech Development
He's not Scottish, he's Canadian