8 posts • joined 7 Sep 2007
Re: Such a method
But at least you had a good idea they were the real law when they burst in with machine guns!!!
Cheering for the boys from Lagos this time! Sounds like the banks are getting what they deserve considering its basically what they have been doing to us for such a long time.
But the chinese iflab is just a fat iphone
The cheek of the chinese iFlab maker, its just a fat iphone hes ripped off . Now hes trying to rip off the people hes already ripped the design off in the first place, nevermind they probably ripped it off someone else. Heck hang on it a rip off iFlab merry go round
Well surely the speeds limited by the hard drives this time, we wont see how good USB 3 is till its used with something that can push it more
Remember it is meant to be a forensics tool
Its designed for use at a crime scene for quick extration of the mobiles data, so the comments about personal use may be valid but it isnt designed for that. But as I mentioned its limited model range still means you still have to carry other gear with you anyways. Also im quickly trademarking EEECSIPC while i have the chance!!!!
Limited models it supports
Pretty much useless in europe as most of phones sold/popular over here just arent supported. Only does some samsungs and (alot) of motorolas.
Its a neat idea for onsite forensics. Maybe I should get an EEE Pc and load it up with some forensic software instead though.
Well is technology an excuse to ignore the law
Well does the way the spam is sent to you matter, its still spam wether its in the post, email , text message or now bluetooth. The law needs to be clear that its the message not the way its sent that is the problem.
Maybe they sacrificed a few Jaffas to get the network up and running again?
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