My bad, Scottish company
No they set it to 0 making it unusable in any OS
Well since no OS will mount a USB device with an ID 0 the chips and devices no longer work.
First, you do know that FTDI is a Chinese company, right?
Second, it's not that they have to ensure they don't break chips, but that they were intentionally breaking chips.
Before I get on a plane? No thanks, I really like to try and relax before my flight,
Until their stock goes up again.
No, what it's going to do is get FTDI into trouble. See we have these things called courts where you take your legitimate grievances to. You don't start resorting to vigilante justice as that tends to weaken your case and run you afoul of the law,
So let me guess, You grow your own cotton which you then turn into thread, that you then weave into clothes, with which you then make your own clothes? No? then shut the fuck up you self entitled prick. Your computer was built by the same small asian people as mine.
And it's funny to hear you clamoring on about propaganda when that's all your little speech was.
And I guess you don't vote, which in my mind means you don't get to complain since you instead let the "mindless masses" control your life for you.
Follow the thread. Remember discussion starts with the article but rarely ends there.
And then they should continue on to destroy the month and the year.
Not at 60ghz it's not.
Yeah, you don't want them to turn blue, blue people are the worst.
What terms of service? Honestly whens the last time you saw terms of service for wireless at a local cafe.
Or you can bring you own internet with you. If you don't like the service they provide for free, then pay for your own.
Yes, because your local coffee shop owner is always going to be well versed in router configuration and network engineering.