Because reproducible benchmarks aren’t already super hard as-is. https://t.co/II1jJFL4VP— Peter Steinberger (@steipete) June 22, 2021
I believe I've found the most irritating and unnecessary website animation on the internet pic.twitter.com/R5fcjGkWrI— A_Rival, aka DJ iPad (@8bitpimp) June 16, 2021
After joining my personal WiFi with the SSID “%p%s%s%s%s%n”, my iPhone permanently disabled it’s WiFi functionality. Neither rebooting nor changing SSID fixes it :~) pic.twitter.com/2eue90JFu3— Carl Schou (@vm_call) June 18, 2021
Uhhhhhhhhhhttps://t.co/apjuPbaKJj— Robin Kunde (@robinkunde) June 18, 2021
"Your System Time appears to be set in the future"— katatsumuri (@RoboMuu) June 14, 2021
"I can't believe it's really Tue Jun 15 04:07:08 2021"
"Please Set the system time correctly"
...I have no words#solaris #sunpci pic.twitter.com/Pn7EAoF8D7
This is an amazing paper. It implies (with strong statistical evidence) that the design of a major mobile-data encryption algorithm — used in GPRS data — was deliberately backdoored by its designer. https://t.co/kC4DUpceXN— Matthew Green (@matthew_d_green) June 16, 2021
I bought a lot of 25 amazon dash buttons on eBay, mass hacked them by playing modem noises in their general direction without opening the packages - exploit worked on 18 out of 25.https://t.co/YXmI5Ie2TA— Ryan Castellucci 💉💉⌛🎉 (@ryancdotorg) June 15, 2021
Who is looking at this screenshot of a spreadsheet crammed into a chat thread itself crammed into an email client and thinking "excellent job, well done everybody"?— Laurie Voss (@seldo) June 14, 2021
now that El Salvador has adopted Bitcoin as it’s currency, the reviews from the people of the country are coming in and folks, they love not having to deal with banks! pic.twitter.com/JEbDCk6Iz2— Matt Binder (@MattBinder) June 13, 2021
This fridge is having certificate errors with Google favicons pic.twitter.com/1gnaf67rAV— foone (@Foone) June 5, 2021