Originally Posted by Relic
Biometrics used in a car door mechanism would be a pretty cool accessory.
Only because it makes it easier for the legal owner to gain access. If you're not the legal owner, then...
Originally Posted by jragosta
That's just peanuts. Try a van de graff generator (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Van_de_Graaff_generator) which chan easily achieve millions of volts. You can put your hand on one...
Originally Posted by ClementineOrange
In america, houses have fuses, and bathrooms especially have GFI outlets that have a chance of saving a life in the case of a electrical ground fault via water.
No, we have...
Originally Posted by WelshDog
Does anything ever get recalled in China? Their industrial/tech economy is so young, that they haven't yet developed the "safety culture" that western nations have. It...
Originally Posted by joeliu58
Chinese does have an electronics standard (CCC) for safety as UL approval. The problem is that Chinese government agency does not enforce it. Sad to live in China where faulty...
Originally Posted by AussieinHK
This happens because domestic electrical installations in China do not use Earth circuits to save many on copper wire. Serves em right.
I'm not well versed in common...
Originally Posted by donarb
Umm, he can't be electrocuted and in a coma. The word electrocuted means to kill with electricity.
The gentleman involved had enough electricity pass through his system to put him...
Originally Posted by Apple ][
Well that's just you. I like sarcasm, and this POS tablet deserves to be mocked and so does anybody who defended this POS tablet on this forum in the past.
This was an obvious...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
Three years ago, Apple launched the original iPad to a Yerba Buena Gardens audience of tech journalists who largely scoffed at the notion of anyone buying it. CNET interviewed...