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Thursday, February 12, 2009
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
"Officials initially had hoped that courtroom operations would resume this morning, but virus-detection applications did not identify the virus until Sunday, said Janis Benton, of the city's information technology unit,"
"The virus infected the computers on Wednesday, Benton said. Workers began cleaning the 475 infected computers on Monday, she said, and those not infected have been protected,"
"Workers first thought the virus was Conficker, a super virus that has breached at least 10 million computers worldwide, including the government health department in New Zealand and defense systems in France,"
"Virut infects different types of files, including Web page files, screen-saver files and some program files. It also can download other malicious software. This particular version infects winlogon.exe, the part of Microsoft Windows that handles the login process,"
Monday, February 9, 2009
In the year-and-a-half since the launch of the iPhone, there have been numerous attempts to deliver a competing "iPhone killer" device. Some of these might even be successful. But for now, it seems the only thing that will beat the current iPhone may be its next-generation successor.
What that might be remains anyone's guess, but there have been hints along the way that have many Apple observers believing they know the answer.
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Friday, February 6, 2009
Wednesday, February 4, 2009
PageSender 4.x requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later.
For Mac OS X 10.1.3‚ 10.3.9, download PageSender 3.5.5.
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
There are more than 10,000 computers in the district, each of which had to be shut down and disconnected from the network, then individually scanned and repaired if necessary, said Weir.
An online student forum by Point Grey secondary students identified the virus as Win32.Krap.b trojan, a bug that affects mostly Windows operating systems, shutting down computers as soon as users try to start them.
Mark Davis, Program Director for iPhone at Etisalat, later spoke with Dow Jones and revealed the precise launch date to be February 15th. The same report went on to say that the "next version of the device, which is due out in June, will be launched in the UAE at the same time."
Monday, February 2, 2009
Sometimes, especially when one has been using computers in a UNIX environment for a long time, he or she will develop ways of doing things that grant great liberty and flexibility.
The changes in these two apps, iPhoto and
John Martellaro writes for The Mac Observer, full article here.