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Marissa Mayer apologizes for lengthy Yahoo Mail outage

Two days ago, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer tweeted that its ongoing problems with Yahoo Mail had finally been fixed. But she spoke too soon: email problems continued, drawing mounting criticism for the company’s inability to restore the service. The outage comes at a time when the company is still struggling to persuade its own employees to use Yahoo Mail instead of Outlook for corporate email. Today, Mayer took to Tumblr to try to explain what had happened. “This has been a very frustrating week for our users and we are very sorry,” she wrote.

“This has been a very frustrating week for our users.”

According to Mayer, the outage was “much more complex than it seemed at first.” The problem began Monday night, when Yahoo Mail suffered a…

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After lengthy delay, Galaxy S III ‘Developer Edition’ released to non-existent market

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Well, that took just a bit longer than expected. Samsung’s “Developer Edition” Galaxy S III for Verizon Wireless is now available directly from the manufacturer — over two months after we were told that the device would be “coming soon.” Over that time period, a clever user over at xda-developers came up with a way to get past Verizon Wireless’ locked bootloader, which has made it just as easy to load custom ROMs onto the device as any other variant of the Galaxy S III.

After Verizon’s decision to lock the bootloader on the standard, on-contract Galaxy S III, the “Developer Edition” was announced as an option for those who wanted to have full access to their devices, allowing them to heavily customize how the phone runs and completely…

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Carrier IQ issues lengthy report on data collection practices, sticks to its guns

After having already tried to explain itself with metaphor, Carrier IQ is now taking its floundering PR campaign back to basics, with an ostensibly thorough primer on its practices and a slightly less convoluted defense of its privacy standards. This morning, the controversial analytics firm released a lengthy, 19-page document that attempts to explain “what Carrier IQ does and does not do.” In the report, titled “Understanding Carrier IQ Technology,” the company explains the benefit it offers to its clientele of network operators, many of whom rely upon Carrier IQ’s diagnostic data to make sure their infrastructure is up to snuff. It also provides a breakdown of how it collects data, as well as a defense against Trevor Eckhart’s findings, though, as you’ll see, these arguments likely won’t put this saga to bed anytime soon. Read more, after the break.

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Carrier IQ issues lengthy report on data collection practices, sticks to its guns originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 13 Dec 2011 04:57:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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NASA-sponsored study finds lengthy spaceflight can impair astronauts’ vision

NASA has of course long been monitoring the affects of spaceflight on astronauts’ health, but a recent study sponsored by the space agency is now shedding some new light on one potentially significant problem: their eyesight. While the study only involved seven astronauts, all reported that they suffered some degree of blurry vision while on the space station for more than six months, and some reported that the effects persisted for months after they returned to Earth. The study also found specific abnormalities in all of the astronauts affected, including changes in tissue, fluids, nerves and other structures in the back of the eye. Those problems are all relatively minor and correctable, but researchers are now also taking the findings and working on ways to determine who might be most resistant to any such changes, which could be critical on something as long as a three-year mission to Mars. Additional details of the study are in the press release after the break, and the full report is published in the latest issue of Ophthalmology.

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NASA-sponsored study finds lengthy spaceflight can impair astronauts’ vision originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 05 Nov 2011 07:14:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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