Unless, of course, the transmitter was concealed in the body of the instrument, wired to the output internally.
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People with no money to waste certainly shouldn't buy this. If they need a computer then they should get something cheaper, and if they want a flashy new toy they should make sure they can afford it. I suppose next you'll be reminding people that they don't have to buy a Jaguar as they can walk to work.
Your only problem with the iPad seems to be that it's expensive. That's only a problem if someone is forcing you to buy one. They're not.
Well I can track my current iPhone 3Gs using GPS via the MobileMe service - it stands to reason if they can remote wipe it they can also track it - but conspiracy or not, once it was leaked it was probably in Apple's best interests to keep quiet. If the fuzz had kicked Gizmodo's door down that would have been irrefutable proof of their scoop, so Apple chose to wait it out, which turned out not to be a great idea either, but by keeping quiet people are still talking about it.
As for this article, why are you saying this is PROBABLY a PR stunt by LH? What else exactly do you think it might be?
Good to see that MS' virus protection involves waiting for the virus to infected millions and then try and find the guy that made it. Most companies would just fill software holes quickly and maybe even develop an embedded antivirus that works, but it's good to see that MS do it the modern way.
I agree with AC. Don't put him down just because you think he's below you, a common criminal, or not a 'fine' artist.
Rebellion yeilds good things, try and name any art, music, philosophy, or politic that you aprecciate and then try and tell me it didn't come from doing something that few people accepted.
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