Japanese cops have arrested five developers accused of planting malware in smartphone applications. A video app for Android phones created by the group allegedly harvested information from 90,000 smartphones. Details in early reports are sketchy but thehackernews.com reports that the apps were marketed to customers by adding …
I wanna be the guy the movie the game the move?
An online dating agency named MobyDick? Ooookkkkkaaaayyyy.
.... about the gullibility of the punters, or the complete lack of imagination when it comes to new films.
Either way, I'm waiting for the direct to video release of the LionHead Classic - The Movies: The Movie.
Yeah. Hometime. Coat. Gone.
I seem to remember reading that there is an Angry Birds movie in the works...
So Game: The Movie is not that big a surprise.
That ANYONE would want to watch such a movie is more of a surprise.
So I would think it shows VERY bad taste in entertainment rather then gullibility.
This is Japan we are talking about here 'tho.
For too many times have I been taken to a dark corner of the internet, and left there, weeping in a corner, because; well, because Japan.
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