2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
The release of the flagship Galaxy Note7 was not the best for Samsung. The company had to recall the entire batch of gadgets around the world in connection with the threat of battery explosion. However, enterprising modders have found their way into the device, turning it into a portable bomb.
In one of the mod versions of Grand Theft Auto V, the player can go to any gun store and purchase a smartphone there, which is technically classified as a sticky bomb.
In fact, the modders didn't come up with anything new and just replaced the standard sticky bomb with Samsung's flagship. In the demo video below, the hero enters the gun store, acquires a smartphone bomb and goes out into the street, where he begins to run wild, blowing up cars and police officers.
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The developer Nick Lee, who at one time ported Windows 95 to the Apple Watch, presented a new project. This time, he demonstrated a case that allows you to run the Android operating system on the iPhone.As you can see in the video below, Lee 3D printed an iPhone case and equipped it with a Lemaker HiKey board, battery, and other hardware needed to run Android
An old iPad, four days of time and remarkable tenacity - this is how two Chinese enthusiasts created a robot that plays Flappy Bird very skillfully . And he is able to score in this infamous arcade, much more points than any gamer.Shi Xuekun and Liu Yang are not hackers, but robotics, and just curious and far from lazy guys
Security researchers have been able to create a worm that infects Apple computers even when there is no Internet connection, according to Wired.\nOperating system boot (EFI) software is usually not digitally signed or encrypted and is therefore vulnerable to viruses
From words to deeds - experts from Rapid7, tired of requiring Google to solve the problem of platform fragmentation, wrote their own virus. Using an old, known, but still not closed vulnerability, it can be used to hack two thirds of all Android devices on board in the world