Monday, May 13, 2013

Accessing iPhones and Android devices

This is true after all. Apparently, Apple has the power to decrypt iPhone storage in response to law-enforcement requests, though they won't say how. Google can remotely "reset the password" for Android devices for cops, too. With the latter, it may produce the consequence of notifying the user that his or her cell phone has been compromised and which is a helpful hint.

On Saturday, some SUN-U staff members and I went to the Temple of the Fine Arts in Jalan Berhala, Brickfields to catch a dance show – a Vehaara Arts production called ‘Inheritance: An Odissi Voyage’, that beautifully captured the famous classical Indian dance form from India’s Orissa state. And yes, I did enjoy myself.

Liverpool turned on the screws to defeat Fulham 3-1 in this EPL match, even without their two pivotal players, midfielder Steven Gerrard who is injured and striker Luis Suarez who is suspended.

Dimitar Berbatov headed Fulham into the lead from Sascha Riether's cross (33), only for Daniel Sturridge to lash in an equalizer in the thirty-sixth minute. The home side were denied a penalty for a Lucas Leiva handball before Sturridge slotted in his side's second in the sixty-second minute. Liverpool were certainly creating chances at will and Sturridge grabbed his third when he chipped over keeper Mark Schwarzer in the eighty-fifth minute.

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