In PC land, I know that having too many security or utility programs can cause problems. Like having two or more antivirus, anti-malware, registry or system cleaning programs that don't play well with each other and actually cause problems in areas they are supposed to help....
I'm wondering if there are any of these conflicts we should be aware of on Android.
According to an announcement made by Lori Garver, NASA’s deputy administrator, on Tuesday, April 13, 2010, President Barack Obama has decided to use the Orion space capsule, one part of the now defunct Constellation Program, as an on-board emergency escape system for the International Space Station.
How would you like a personal cloud management system for your Android device with features such as:
* Unique permission settings that let you control who downloads, views or shares your files
* Ability to cancel access to shared files even after theyve been opened
* Seamless streaming of your digital media directly from the cloud (no taking up hard drive space with duplicate copies)
I recently got a virus on my computer that has hidden all my files. I've tried to get rid of the virus using unhide.exe/RKill/ Spybot Search & Destroy/HouseCall/Malwarebytes, and it may have got rid of it, but the files on my computer are still missing. I know they are there because I used IObit Uninstaller, and it shows all the files still there, but I can't find them.
Hello everyone, I am a total VMware and Ubuntu noob, and I am stuck in a rather interesting mess.
I downloaded the Ubuntu 12.04 iso for my VMware Player 3. Here's what I did:Made a virtual machine with no ISO file, selected Linux (Ubuntu) (to install VMware tools).
VM starts up, as usual prompts me to download tools for ubuntu.
VMware tools get downloaded and installed without hiccups.
To most companies, the two or three letters coming at the end of their URL probably don’t make a huge difference (with exceptions). However, the company behind the .co domain has been working to change that.