Text messages are useful because they're banal. "I'll be late" "pick up milk" "what section are you sitting in?" "when do we need to leave?" If you're committing any relevant content to SMS you have different problems that security isn't solving.
Zelda was cool when you were 10 BECAUSE you were 10.
He who COUNTS the votes decides everything. Good luck guys. Let us know how it works out for you.
Does it want to watch Wapner? Can it count cards? We need to come up with a better way of testing stuff out than on mice.
"Endeavor to persevere".
For reminding us that in your warped view of the world, the able must bear the weight of the sins of the unable, the good must carry the bad, and the winners must be brought down to the level of losers.
When your boss is the President. We all know what application you're talking about.
How many were: password, wordpass, password123, 12345 or 00000000?
You spelled legalising wrong.
What's the alternative? The majority extorting funds from the minority?
The maker of mediocre printers and scanners? Suddenly has a competitive product and infrastructure to Google Glass?
I didn't think it was possible to be a socialist about cars, but this is Slashdot after all.
People drove for years without ESC and antilock breaks, and everyone survived, except for the same dbags who crashed their sportscars. Hint: it's not antilock breaks or a lack thereof which is the problem.
It's a sports car, and a Porsche at that. That's what they do.
"My company prides itself on an office environment that follows a modern design aesthetic..."
How about producing a valuable product? If this is what's driving the latest office war, your company's priorities are farked up.
"I use salt from the sea to charge special batteries that I've made."