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Wet dreams (posted 2018-05-22 17:18:35)
Score: 1
Attached to: C is not a low-level language
Notepad++ (posted 2018-05-13 16:37:27)
Score: 0
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: Microsoft to bring Unix/macOS line ending support to Notepad
RE[2]: Giving 'Fake' permission (posted 2018-05-07 15:09:30)
Score: 2
1 response(s), 12 in thread
Attached to: Android will finally restrict apps from monitoring network activity
RE: Slightly depressing (posted 2018-05-03 09:56:15)
Score: 2
Attached to: SiliVaccine: inside North Korea's anti-virus
RE[7]: The only sane move... (posted 2018-04-18 05:32:36)
Score: 3
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: Liberating MediaTek bootloaders and modem firmware
RE: Just....no... (posted 2018-04-10 07:18:08)
Score: 2
Attached to: I miss Windows Phone
RE: slow decline of GCC ? (posted 2018-03-07 08:24:58)
Score: 0
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: Clang is now used to build Chrome for Windows
Comment by agentj (posted 2018-02-12 05:12:03)
Score: 4
2 response(s), 2 in thread
Attached to: MATE 1.20 released
RE[3]: UI Desgin triumph (posted 2018-02-12 05:04:56)
Score: 3
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: Designing Windows 95's user interface
RE: ML and AI are based on the past, on statistic (posted 2018-02-06 03:28:17)
Score: 1
1 response(s), 3 in thread
Attached to: The shallowness of Google Translate
RE: Typical Apple (posted 2018-02-05 04:09:26)
Score: 0
1 response(s), 5 in thread
Attached to: Apple prepares macOS for discontinuation of 32-bit app support
RE: OK any volunteers then? (posted 2018-01-20 13:08:29)
Score: 2
2 response(s), 8 in thread
Attached to: Is it time for open processors?
RE[2]: Parallel universe (posted 2018-01-17 14:37:22)
Score: -1
2 response(s), 4 in thread
Attached to: Apple changed the future of laptops 10 years ago today
RE: Not just the kernel (posted 2018-01-09 08:11:57)
Score: 4
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: The oldest x86 processor still supported by a modern Linux kernel?