“GrayKey iPhone unlocker poses serious security concerns” – Malwarebytes Labs Q: Should Cupertino start paying bounties for ZDE discoveries? In late 2017, word of a new iPhone unlocker device started to circulate: a device called GrayKey, made by a company named Grayshift. — Read on Malwarebytes I’m going back to my flip phone. 📞 “Say… Read More Rhymes with “Say Please?”
Letter to judge reveals 731 pages of messages, call logs uncovered on one of two phones. — Read on arstechnica.com/information-technology/2018/06/fbi-recovered-hundreds-of-encrypted-messages-from-michael-cohens-phone/
Called it. T-Mobile US Inc. and Sprint Corp. agreed to combine in a $26.5 billion merger, creating a wireless giant to compete against industry leaders AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. — Read on http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-04-29/sprint-t-mobile-in-26-5-billion-deal-to-take-on-at-t-verizon
LOL WUT? It’s the second time FCC refused to release emails about an Ajit Pai comedy skit. — Read on arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2018/04/fcc-wont-reveal-the-secrets-behind-ajit-pais-anti-net-neutrality-dance-video/
For as long as I can remember, this Food Truck Alley has been a one-way thoroughfare. This change may alleviate some of the traffic congestion at the intersection of Stewart and Olympic Boulevard.… Read More Penn Ave Converting to Two-way Traffic
I’d heard rumors, but that’s it. Well, it turns out the rumors are true. The tech company, founded in Venice in 2011, is vacating a large chunk of its Venice network of office space for a location in a corporate office park in Santa Monica. This may actually serve as one final “fuck you” to… Read More Snapchat Leaving Venice
Today, I got hit by a Range Rover. With New York plates. It happened around noon. At Sixth and Santa Clara. I’d just about rode my bike down to the stop sign when homie came up close at the limit line. I’d been in a track stand when his bumper kissed my left thigh. About… Read More Homework: Get Hit By A Range Rover
They should have named it “Orson” or “Touch of Evil” maybe. RIM really phoned it in on this one. Source: BlackBerry’s Android-powered Venice phone surfaces in the wild
Well, I hope everyone enjoyed Wi-Fi. Leaked emails between Italian spyware vendor Hacking Team and Boeing subsidiary Insitu revealed that drones carrying malware to infect targeted computers via Wi-Fi by flying over their proximity is close to becoming a reality. via Hacking Drones Close to Being Drawn up by Boeing and Hacking Team.
Samsung has found a way to almost double the capacity of lithium batteries via Samsung breakthrough could almost doubles lithium battery capacity | AndroidAuthority.