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Office Printers and its Myriad of Uses

Electronics plays a major role in our day to day activities. In today’s world, nearly every office has at least an electronic device. Think of any task, and you will not miss finding a device to perform it. 248 more words

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FTDI Bricks Cloned Chips

So FTDI showed us that is possible to nuke devices via Windows Update, you just need the right drivers

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Portfolio Video: How To Replace a Broken Computer Screen

The first part of a tutorial video I made with my cousin for how to replace a broken computer screen.

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AT&T locking carrier-interchangeable Apple SIMs in iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3

“Apple’s new Apple SIM card in the iPad Air 2 and the Retina iPad mini 3 is designed to be universal, usable across a variety of wireless carriers in the US and UK, including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and UK’s EE,” Kelly Hodgkins reports for MacRumors. 213 more words

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IBM, a Company giving up it's name ?

There was a lot of movement on the market as well on Twitter regarding the fact that IBM has outsourced it’s chip manufacturing to Globalfoundries. The fact in singular would not be something strange, especially not for a company like IBM who is making a big part of their business offering Outsourcing (IT) to their customers. 679 more words

FTDI Screws Up, Backs Down

A few days ago we learned chip maker FTDI was doing some rather shady things with a new driver released on Windows Update. The new driver worked perfectly for real FTDI chips, but for counterfeit chips – and there are a lot of them – the USB PID was set to 0, rendering them inoperable with any computer. 305 more words

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