After three years, the Business Software Alliance has suddenly resurfaced with a report on software piracy. The report is important for what it doesn't reveal, rather than the tired old mantra that it tries to spin. It has a new name too: BSA|The Software Alliance.
Once again, Microsoft has been caught out putting the security of its users at risk, by employing what has been described as a "nasty trick" to force an upgrade to Windows 10.
interesting - can't blame FB for wanting to ride the crypto wave, nor to integrate it in the same way[…]
excellent followup to the previous iTWire article on container security :)
At least it is a gemstone (garnet) mine, not coal or uranium :)(or a gold mine which leeches toxins into[…]
Surely there is a third Hindi phrase to describe the discovery of fly while eating curry, and happily eating the[…]
I've been using WIndows 7 and Windows 10 with the "activation warning" present for years.They're for personal use, not earning[…]