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"Designed in California" sums up that extent.

They give you cents in comparison for what you could sell it yourself for on Kijiji or some other listing website. In those cases you would get it as cash not credit as well.

Reaper of souls? Sounds about right when I recall how much time I've wasted grinding.

@sevags Are you talking about this device?

Wasn't there an article a week or so ago earlier saying how Microsoft was buddy buddy with the NSA, going beyond the minimum requirements and making things easier for them?

Of course it's nor full-proof, however if you're lucky (as lucky as you can be for just having your phone stolen), and your thief is not tech savvy then it's a great way to get your phone back.

It's not possible for any anti-virus to pick up the majority of newly "created" viruses. There are malware programmers who are constantly redesigning and improving on malware already found in the wild and it is EXTREMELY easy for a newbie to visit a website, download an open-sourced trogan/RAT, encrypted to make it 'FUD' (fully undetectable) through use of another tool and spread it at their own whim.

The key to system protection (after using a bit of common knowledge precaution) is preventative software such as the Online Armor or Comodo firewalls which actively monitor processes attempting to run.

Hopefully they won't need to build nets around the windows in the plants established on American soil.

It cannot get here any faster. I want Jelly bean so bad. Project butter make my phone run smoothly please.

Pardon my language but this is honestly bullshit. It's unfortunate that we can't just have a moral system where people can take other people's ideas as long as they put it to better use for the advancement of mankind. That patent Intelligent Verification Systems made was back in 2006. I haven't heard of them before doing anything big with it, so now they have to go trying to sue people in court? BS