The 404 welcomes back infamous guest Stoopid Andy to the show, to explain that one can never have enough RAM installed on a desktop machine--even if that supercomputer you're running is only used for occasionally checking e-mail.
As the calm before the iPhone 5 announcement storm hits, we'll discuss some of the headlines that are guaranteed to be forgotten 24 hours from now. They include a gaping security flaw that affects HTC Android devices, the Xbox 360's new leaked dashboard interface, and how Google Chrome is taking a sizable bite out of the browser market.
Finally, we ask "do you still use the United States Postal Service?" A couple of USPS commercials hit the Web today and we're having a tough refraining from picking them apart. They suggest doing business through snail mail is not only hackproof, but safer. We, along with dumpster divers across the world, politely disagree as you'll see in today's episode.
The 404 Digest for Episode 916
Ep. 916: Where just cause we can doesn't mean we should
- HTC security flaw
- New 360 dashboard looks all mobile-phoney
- Chrome could overtake Firefox browser share in 2012
- Arrested Development return sounds very likely!
- USPS thinks human hands are safer than 256-bit encryption
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