Summary: A reminder of the marvels of shiny proprietary software and hardware
HERE it goes again.
A French businessman who claims the screen of his iPhone shattered spontaneously has asked a court to appoint an independent expert to investigate the device’s safety, his lawyer said on Friday.
Several French iPhone users have claimed in recent months that touchscreens have exploded, including one who claimed to have been hurt by flying glass, but the manufacturer insists there is no evidence of a design flaw.
THE NUMBER OF external name servers that allow open access to recursion has rocketed over the last few years, increasing the risk of distributed denial of service attacks, according to network management firm Infoblox.
Thank goodness for hundreds of millions of Microsoft Windows zombie PCs. █
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