This was the week in which an event of Earth-shattering proportions took place - rocking the world of technology, spilling lattes everywhere and bringing anyone with even a faint interest in geek gear to their knees. That's right: alleged hackers in website-raiding outfit LulzSec were cuffed by the feds. Suspected members of …
No acknowledgement of Bold Lego?
Re: No acknowledgement of Bold Lego?
There was only one quote this week worth mentioning, and it was TRT's Bold Lego comment. All else just pales into insignificance:
"you never have to worry about losing them ... again"
Yeah, because Google's never lost any data or killed any of it's services.
> Not iPad 3 or iPad HD - "the new iPad"
How about iPad 2.1?
The perp parade has just begun
Do hackers really believe they will go unpunished? Really?
Weekly we see perps being hauled into court. The parade has just begun. If they are dumb enough to hack then they belong in prison.
So basically google is saying its app store is for kiddies? Which explains a lot I suppose.
To be fair,
even if e-voting machines WERE ready for widespread use, DC still wouldn't be ready for them.
"This was the week in which an event of Earth-shattering proportions took place - rocking the world of technology, spilling lattes everywhere and bringing anyone with even a faint interest in geek gear to their knees."
Earth-shattering proportions? Rocking the world of technology? Bringing anyone with even a faint interest in geek gear to their knees?
You're grasp on reality is questionable.
You don't know sarcasm when you read it..
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