I have to try this!
I have to try this!
I like those Excel XLERATOR hand dryers that are capable of launching a small child into orbit (or several feet into the bathroom floor)
So the summary (and the headline) seem to imply that this bug affects even devices with iOS 9.3.1, but the article actually states:
If the device was running an iOS version vulnerable to the 1970 bug, after a minute, the device would reach the problematic crash date.
Kelley and Harrigan recommend that users update as soon as possible to iOS 9.3.1.
This is actually just a remote way to exploit this bug, and not a new bug as the summary suggests.
Oh, I interpreted it as a case that has a light or something. Yeah, a backup battery sounds stupid. Unless this is more like a regular tablet, then it makes sense...
I went from 3 discs down to one plus streaming... because generally anything I want that they have on DVD I can get from Amazon for $3-6, and I don't have to deal with (potentially scratched) DVDs. I do keep one DVD service, for some reason, though. I rarely even use it.
Maybe it's referring to the effects of caffeine
I'd also give myself unlimited money in SimCity and just buy out all the competing civilizations except for one city that I'd keep around to keep the game from ending. (I called that my "Microsoft Strategy.")
I feel like... I feel like you've combined SimCity with Civilization to create some weird mega-game!
My opinion is, if a hole suddenly occurred in the back side of your house/apartment, and people started using it as a way in or out, it would actually make sense to call it the backdoor instead of the backhole. Also, backhole sounds dirty.
The worst thing, IMHO, is not just that it was a systray icon, but that at some point the updater would attempt to run immediately! I'd start doing something, and UAC pops up with a "Are you sure you want to run this?" My instinct is "WHAT IS THIS MALWARE?!?" and to click "Hell no"
What's the point of an obsidian-tipped club?
I agree! I only saw that for the first time a couple of years ago, and I absolutely loved it!
Last time I looked at the PC games section at a store (Target), it was... pretty much only the Sims (3 and 4)... maybe Starcraft II and some random bargain bin junk.
The drones revolted
Screw finding Shaun... I know what I'm gonna be doing in the wasteland.
Wait... you can? That's what I get for ignoring the chem station.
The trouble with opportunity is that it always comes disguised as hard work. -- Herbert V. Prochnow