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It’s debatable. Microsoft claims that Vista has less vulnerabilities in the first six months since the product was introduced compared to its predecessor Windows XP and Red Hat Linux Enterprise 4. That may be.
Does it mean it’s more secure? Not necessarily. So far, there were 12 Windows Vista vulnerabilities noted in the National Institute of Standards (NIST) in which 10 of them were rated severe, 1 medium and 1 low.
In comparison, Windows XP had 36 and 23 of them were rated high in the first six months. Red Hat Enterprise 4 had 129 bugs in which 40 of them were ranked as severe. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 Workstation was worst having 281 vulnerabilities in which 86 of them were severe.
So, Is Vista more secure? Give it some time, then we can make that claim.
Right now, it’s too early to tell.
What’s the latest development in the Blu-Ray vs. HD-DVD war? Blockbuster, the movie rental giant, has decided to offer Blu-Ray format exclusively to 1,700 stores in the United States. Blockbuster has about 8,000 stores worldwide.
The announcement by Blockbuster is a big blow to HD-DVD backers Toshiba, who already have slashed its target from 1.8 million to just 1 million units.
Blockbuster reasoning to stick with Blu-Ray format was due to a larger interest by customers with the Blu-Ray format. Netflix and Movie Gallery, Inc both offer Blu-Ray and HD-DVD formats online.
So, what really happened in the last episode of the Sopranos? All of the sudden, the camera goes black in the most inopportune moment leaving the TV audience at the edge of their seats with questions as to what really happened. The sudden abrupt end leads to many questions unanswered especially since all night long the episode had this dark ominous feeling to it that something bad was going to happen to Tony. When the screen went black, the show is over. That’s it. No one knows for sure what happened, but I think the audience got whacked. I hope it stays this way for eternity. No sequels. No follow ups. No explanation. A perfect ending to a hit… TV series that is.
Talking about a butt-kicking. Nintendo’s Wii has outsold PS3 units by a large margin according to Trusted Reviews:
May sales of the Wii to have reached 251,794 units, by contrast the PS3 managed just 45,321 sales â€“ a ratio of more than 5:1.
It’s VHS beating up on Beta once again. Now, Sony is cutting job in the US.
MIT students have demonstrated a way to illuminate a 60 watt light bulb from a distance of 2 meters without any wires. The possibilities are endless from charging electronic devices such as laptops, PDAs to cell phones. Read several articles related to this news item.
Circle June 29th on your calendar for those waiting for the latest Apple gadget, the iPhone. Apple will start selling the much anticipated, hyped-filled phone in partnership with AT&T for a measly $499. If that’s not enough for you, double the memory to the 8gb model for just $599. The biggest detraction to owning one for most people is the sticker shock. I rather invest in a digital SLR. Will it sell? Probably. It’s Apple and people love Apple products. If you invest that much, it better not scratch easily as the iPod.