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Vash

Member since: Jan 18th, 2008

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Alien Dalvik to enable Android apps on any smartphone? (Download Squad)

Feb 8th 2011 10:34PM This is the good side of java :). Portability.

Give-away and Video Review: Mufin Player Pro (Download Squad)

Jun 4th 2010 12:23PM I might buy :D, do they have a demo. Also enter me into the contest

Apple puts a bullet in Lala: zombie Lala to return as iTunes streaming? (Download Squad)

Apr 30th 2010 11:01AM Seriously **** you apple you can suck a horse ****. I can get music back in the Itunes store???? Last time I checked you didn't even have the songs I wanted. This is b******t. I'm gonna go to the consumerist.

Google Buzz invites users to nuke their privacy settings and start over (Download Squad)

Apr 5th 2010 10:52AM they had their chance, it was terrible, unforgivably so.

Nintendo DSi XL review (Engadget)

Mar 26th 2010 10:34PM @shadowj0 Sometimes my poop covered hands cause problems with electronics, I can sympathize. However this is why I keep Chlorox wipes handy!

Corsair's 100GB Force SSD scorches the test bench with its blazing speed (Engadget)

Mar 24th 2010 4:12AM I hate to ask this elementary question, but what is the current average platter HD's read write speeds, because I'm used to things being judged by RPMs however .. SSDs do not go around.

Viacom vs. YouTube battle heats up on official blogs (Download Squad)

Mar 21st 2010 3:28PM I'd trust google over viacom anyday, and Viacom didn't even respond to Youtube's accusations.

TradingSim lets you practice day trading (and I ask if it's any good) (Download Squad)

Mar 10th 2010 12:46AM It's not a sham but certainly not for the average investor. Go for the slow steadys starting out.

Verayo launches next-generation of 'unclonable' RFID chips, hackers get wide-eyed (Engadget)

Mar 9th 2010 11:33PM @scottix

The ultimate question, who were your sources on this topic? There are many things that common publishers "say" are relatively unhackable, which are easily broken through intuitive methods. For example "high security" locks which are used in a number of corporate spaces are actually incredibly weak against a tin foil pick.

I can very easily see this being foiled through either heating up the random wire mat, or carefully applied acid what with the funky surface tension at that level.

Verayo launches next-generation of 'unclonable' RFID chips, hackers get wide-eyed (Engadget)

Mar 9th 2010 11:27PM @AnonymousPenguin

because the last batch was hacked as an act of show by a group of college students.