I just received a phone call from a Windows support scammer, showing the scam is still very much alive, and showing just how careful you need to be to avoid evil scammers.
With LulzSec, Anonymous and other hackers good and bad showing how 'Internet Security' can so easily be shortened to 'insecurity', the on-going and ever more alarming security wake-up call is ringing louder and louder, but what good is that when so many have put their phones to silent?
First, it was claims of the iPad's Wi-Fi not being strong enough for some users, but another problem has emerged where the iPad says the temperature is too hot and users need to wait for it to cool down, but with a maximum operating temperature of only 35 degrees Celsius (95 degrees Farenheit), are things getting too hot for the iPad to handle?
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Would happily pay for 250mbit but sadly speed limited on the 850mtrs of copper to 50mbit max.