what if they just pull the battery or put the phone in a faraday cage till they're shipped off to china/wherever so they cant be bricked?
correct. and you forgot to mention the biggest security threat to any OS, the user.
yeah, to activate it you tilt your head towards the mirror icon
buy any helmet you want and a google glass. problem solved.
Internet speed inversely proportionate by distance from washington dc
He's a big fan of star wars in the books
if the car was smart enough it'd have its occupants get out first
how long till its hacked?
Instead of having the same 300 books on each reader put a different set on each one and they can be handed around.
might say the same for military bases, its just a school for bigger kids
how do keep the piston cool? seems like spraying oil would get into the grooves and stop the air waves from being formed.
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In the future there'll be a high demand for robot hunters and mercenaries to combat skynet.
to find that damn cricket that woke you up at 3am