The self-destruct mechanism consists of an expandable polymer, which crumples the device's chips within a few seconds. When the mechanism is remotely triggered, heater electrodes that draw power from the device's battery activates the polymer, which rapidly expands to seven-times its original size when heated to 80C (176F).
There's zero possibility hackers will figure this out, right?
How would Slashdotters explain the proliferation and existance of such unusable user interfaces and design choices?
Not only is UNIX dead, it's starting to smell really bad. -- Rob Pike