The system tested by the researchers broadcast an unencrypted wireless network that was visible on normal laptops and smartphones, although they can’t normally connect to it. But it only look a tiny bit of extra work for the researchers to do so, in part because whoever installed the system left default user names and passwords in place.
The entrepreneur identified only as Huang took to the Internet last January to spend the equivalent of $390 on at least a kilogram of Sildenafil, the chemical used for treating erectile dysfunction in medications such as Viagra.
This what summertime party jams sound like. BUNNY SEX!
There are also more subtle ways to keep people at machines. If casino officials notice that a player is on a bad streak, they can come over and offer the person free breakfast .
This happens more often than you might think. After a couple dozen unintentional listens, many of us may find ourselves changing our initial opinions about a song — eventually admitting that, really, Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse” isn’t as awful as it sounds.
Clarke, also known as ‘Pipe Guy’, plays a homemade instrument made of PVC pipes with his flip-flops (or thongs as they are known in his home country.
The world’s second biggest condom maker, Australian-based Ansell, has teamed up with biotech firm Starpharma to create a condom that actually kills HIV, herpes and other sexually transmitted viruses.
The ride basically entails you free falling through the air at 55 mph. There’s nothing guarding your life besides the massive, trusty net below you.
They start out as a set of fairly standard on-ear headphones. They’re equipped with Bluetooth, and there’s something SoundSight calls an accumulator in one side that stores and supplies power to the rest of the system. It sounds a lot like a battery, but “accumulator” does have a mystique about it.