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Comment Re:We place a high priority on battery safety (Score 1) 51

or, they have their own safety tests in place and don't want to subject themselves to licensing or other fees to samsung Why would a company want to adopt Samsung's battery safety methodology? It has no track record since the battery exploding thing from their last model.

Comment Re: WHo cares how it works. (Score 5, Informative) 234

each site has a unique, computer-generated password. which is stored in encrypted form and only decrypted by you when you need to retrieve that single password. if one of the 20 sites doesn't store their password properly in their database, only that password will be compromised and the other 19 are safe. This is much better than using a single super-secure-nobody-could-possibly-guess-it password for all sites.

Comment not gonna happen (Score 2) 185

um. no. some dotcom doesn't get to sell naming rights to planets. and some dude doesn't get to immortalize his papa because he can fill in an online form. gramps may have been awesome, but he doesn't get the nearest extra-solar planet named after him...

Comment Re:microwave (Score 1) 301

apologies for incorrect word manufacturage, professor. I figured a post by someone who couldn't figure out what to do with a dead phone might have been a place where it'd be possible to get away with less than dissertation-level language usage. also, don't actually put it in a microwave. it could asplode.

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