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In case you weren't already convinced of a certain model of Nokia 1100's hackability by the exponential surge in its aftermarket value, fraud investigation firm Ultrascan has successfully recreated a virtual bank heist by reprogramming one of the devices to receive another phone number's text messa

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May 22, 2009 at 3:01AM
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In case you weren't already convinced of a certain model of Nokia 1100's hackability by the exponential surge in its aftermarket value, fraud investigation firm Ultrascan has successfully recreated a virtual bank heist by reprogramming one of the devices to receive another phone number's text messa

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Apparently some shady hackers and cyber-criminals have recently started offering upwards of $30,000 for the Nokia 1100 which were manufactured at a specific plant in Bochum, Germany. You may ask yourself, \"why?\" Well, beyond the obvious answer (style), certain makes of the super-popular handset can

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That Infrant acquisition sure looks like it's going well for NetGear, which just announced five more ReadyNAS storage devices. The desktop ReadyNAS NV+ line (pictured) gets the big expansion, with new 1.5TB, 2TB, 3TB, and 4TB models, but you rackmountin' fools out there are also getting a little lov

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Acer recently updated its notebook line, pushing out the Aspire 7720G and the 2920, and the Ferrari 1100. The top-end 7720G is a $3,000 desktop replacement with a 17-inch screen, ATI Mobility Radeon HD2300 graphics card, and running a 2.2GHz Santa Rosa chip. The Aspire 2920 is a 12.1-inch model, fe

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Sales records typically don't stand for too long without being overtaken by the next best thing, but somehow, Nokia's el cheapo 1100 handset has reportedly racked up \"over 200 million sales\" since it launched in 2003. You heard right, this low-end candybar has put the 100 million iPods, 50 million

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