forgot Samsung Tablet password & do not want to do a factory resetview story

http://android.stackexchange.com – We have a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 ---- I've been reading some comments on what to do --- but a Google account was never setup (still do not know about how to do that) and there is no option now for a security question (did we overlook that in the setup?). Are there any other options of resetting the password other than "factory reset"? We don't want to loose the data we have. (HowTos)

List of Alternatives to PayPal!view story

http://hardforum.com – Amazon Payments ended on the 13th of October for individual payments. R.I.P. That leaves the majority of us stuck using PayPal. I personally hate PayPal and I think most others would agree. I have only listed options I have personal experience with. PLEASE feel free to add a suggestion or tell me to add/remove/edit a pro/con! (Hardware)

Multiple problems with Sandisk SSD & Samsung SSD on Asus M5A97 EVO R2.0 motherboardview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I have an odd problem that I don't know how to fix. My PC consists of an Asus M5A97 EVO R2.0 motherboard, to which three HDDs are attached: Port 1: WDC 2TB HDD Port 2: Samsung SSD 840 EVO 1TB Port 4: SanDisk SDSSDH2256G (picture: 2014-10-19 12.31.09.jpg) When I turn on my PC for the first time of the day, and it tries to boot from the SanDisk SSD, the message I'm usually greeted with (Hardware)

Guidance WRT commercial code development containing GNU GPL codeview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I am wondering / looking for a simple reference with regards to how I can develop commercial products that incorporate GNU GPL or other open source code. I posted something similar in the security forum as I saw a commercial product built around a GNU GPL base. Appreciate any direction. (Hardware)

Microsoft Withdraws Another Buggy Updateview story

http://hardforum.com – It’s Déjà vu all over again. Microsoft is at least becoming consistent with its Patch Tuesday releases, each month patches are being recalled on a regular basis. The culprit this month is Microsoft security update 2949927. Quote: It's been a rough few months for Microsoft's update quality control. (Hardware)

Faster software VPN?view story

http://hardforum.com – I travel to China (Beijing and Shanghai) often for work and I utilize VPN software on my laptop while I am there to maintain access to the various sites that the Chinese government blocks. (Hardware)

E-mail Problems with Outlook 2013view story

http://hardforum.com – Have used Outlook for years to do e-mail etc. Yesterday I started to have problems with Outlook not downloading pictures, etc. Checked the security settings and the box is unchecked to prevent this (as it has been since day 1) Checked to see if the latest round of MS Updates made some changes but don't see anything related to Outlook. Anyone have any ideas???????? (Hardware)

A Manual iPhone Camera, Finallyview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Finally is a funny word, especially when it comes to Apple. I try to avoid using it because I’m cognizant of the fact that Apple’s pacing is often a lot different than the hive mind’s idea of what it should be. Just see how long it took to implement third-party keyboards in a way that was satisfactory security-wise for an example. Read More (IT news)

Akademy 2014 Keynotes: Sascha Meinrath and Cornelius Schumacherview story

https://dot.kde.org – Akademy 2014 will kick off on September 6 in Brno, Czech Republic; our keynote speakers will be opening the first two days. Continuing a tradition, the first keynote speaker is from outside the KDE community, while the second is somebody you all know. (Software)

OpenSSL Speeds Up Development to Avoid Being 'Slow-Moving and Insular”view story

https://www.linux.com – Aurich Lawson / Thinkstock The makers of OpenSSL unveiled a new development roadmap this week, saying the open source project needs to change because it "is increasingly perceived as slow-moving and insular." The inner workings of the poorly funded OpenSSL project came under scrutiny after the discovery of Heartbleed, a security flaw... Aurich Lawson / Thinkstock The makers (Software)