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World's First Tizen Tablet

twomi Re:For those of you like me who don't have a clue. (74 comments)

When was Android last mentioned by Samsung? Their brand lies now with Galaxy, not Android. Samsung Galaxy is basically an industry synonym for Android (high-end) phone today. They likely intend to use this brand value to eventually ship Tizen phones as Galaxy phones, and if skinned with same UI and some Android compatibility layer for apps, nobody is missing Android.

about a year and a half ago

Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0 Released

twomi Re:MSE fails genuine check, no install, on validat (175 comments)


3rd hit on Google. You must be a project manager.

You missed the point by a mile, so that probably makes you upper management... 1) This "fix" you reference doesn't work for me. Yes, I can google for stuff. 2) Users shouldn't have to jump thru hoops like this, _ever_. If you think making legit users do things like this is acceptable... well, I'm sorry for you. 3) M$ seems to have at least three different ways to check for activation status (the one at System Properties, one at Web and one at MSE)... WTF?

more than 4 years ago

Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0 Released

twomi MSE fails genuine check, no install, on validated (175 comments)

MSE install fails genuine check on Windows 7 Ultimate and won't even install. Windows is legit and activated and MS website activation passes and says its genuine. Oh well, the good ole trusty M$ quality again...

more than 4 years ago

Maryland Town Tests New Cryptographic Voting System

twomi Combining new tech and old tech (227 comments)

How about combining new tech and old tech for a new solution: instead of using pen and paper you use voting machine, which prints your vote on a paper (ballot card), and also stores the vote in some database. You then drop the ballot card for voting box (same as you do now). Electronic votes are used for result approximation and for press and news etc (you can use simpler scheme than in TFA), and the paper votes are still the official result and are counted and verified by hand. Obviously this does not cut down costs, but gives you the security of a current pen and paper system, yet delivering speedy results and other benefits electronic systems have.

more than 5 years ago

MS Says Windows 7 Will Run DirectX 10 On the CPU

twomi Re:Imagine a DX 10 game on an 800mhz CPU -SSE/MMX (503 comments)

To think that anybody would want to run a DX10 game on an 800mhz no SSE CPU is insane, even considering the company involved.

I want to see someone run DX10 capable Windows on a 800Mhz CPU first, then we can talk about running games on top of that!

more than 6 years ago




Amazon recommendations

twomi twomi writes  |  about 7 years ago

"Dear Amazon.com Customer,

We've noticed that customers who have purchased or rated Linux System Administration by Tom Adelstein have also purchased Windows Vista Annoyances: Tips, Secrets, and Hacks by David A. Karp."

Yeah, right :D

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