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Chris Benard
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Millions of other phones affected because Android never received 2014 Linux patch.
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Of course it's a Javascript vulnerability.
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Stagefright 2.0 comes as Android users were still recovering from Stagefright 1.
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HTC and Samsung singled out, but researchers say many manufacturers are affected.
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The wave of security issues with devices, cars and even skateboards continues as Check Point researchers presented a vulnerability at the Black Hat conference t...
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Attackers need only send a video through a text messaging app to compromise your phone.
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Unpatched "Stagefright" vulnerability gives attackers a road map to hijack phones.
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Study blames OEMs for a lack of updates; ranks Nexus devices as the most secure.
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Lockscreen bug is fixed in latest Android build, but availability is spotty.
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Security researchers have figured out how to lift fingerprints from your Android phone
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We have discovered a new vulnerability in Android that functions as a local denial-of-service attack, rendering your device silent.
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I haven't tried any of the new reserved seating with recliners, but the regular theater itself is fine. The digital projection is nice so that you don't have the old film scratches and stuff. The sound levels are usually good, and they have a little arcade in the lobby. I never get concessions so I can't review those. You can go right inside and pick up tickets you purchased online or just swipe your card and buy them there, bypassing the line at the box office outside. Matinee tickets are cheap!
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Salespeople are super knowledgeable and friendly. I've looked through their guns and accessories, and I've sold some guns to them. They explained my options (straight sale or consignment). They have no problem letting you hold any of the guns to try them out, and there are always a lot of people working here. It feels really secure, but at the same time friendly/open.
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reviewed 3 weeks ago
I do my banking online, but I still need a physical branch to deposit cash and it helps to have a local bank when writing checks, I've found, since some contractors only want local checks. The staff here is always friendly and the area/bank itself feels safe. They must feel so, because there's no bulletproof glass between you and the teller, unlike at Chase down the street. The manager let me know about their credit card offer when I was in there one time, and it ended up netting me a bunch of money, since they were matching rewards on other cards at the time. I don't use that card now, but I'm thankful they told me about it. The drive-through is nice too, because you can see the teller on 2-way video, like a high-quality FaceTime, even if you're in one of the far-away lanes. It really helps in communicating needs if you're needing information or doing something more complicated.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
It's hard to give a 5 star review since they didn't really go above and beyond, but it was as expected/advertised each time I've gone. They make my sandwich right in front of me, so they can't really mess anything up. They take Apple Pay now on their little credit card reader and they have a loyalty card too. The location itself is clean and the Diet Coke tastes good. I haven't used the restrooms so I can't comment on them.
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About as good as you can expect from a Taco Bell. 🌮 The mess up my order sometimes, but very infrequently. Be aware they are no longer a Pizza Hut 🍕if that matters to you. UPDATE: Before I said "The bushes are overgrown in the drive through so you have to close and then reopen your windows between ordering and pickup." -- but now, the bushes are trimmed back and you can drive up directly without having to roll up your window. I don't know if they read my criticism, but I'm updating to 5 stars.
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reviewed 3 weeks ago
I had a membership there for a little while, along with a personal training membership. They made it painful to cancel, and they really screwed me over, I feel, in the personal training. I signed a contract for a package worth around $1200 I believe for the training. The personal trainer was terrible and just about killed me going up and down the stairs even though I told him I had asthma. I had to actually sit down against the wall to recover. Because of this, I tried to cancel and they made me pay half the remaining cost with no training sessions in return, about $500. I was furious but just glad to be done with it. I canceled my membership, which was a huge pain in an of itself. You have to mail a document to corporate, etc. I'm a member of Anytime Fitness now, where I don't feel screwed over all the time. It's a shame that LA Fitness has to be like that, because their facility itself is actually quite nice. I liked the hot tub and heated pool.
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reviewed 3 weeks ago
I used to really like Taco Cabana. They offered a vegetarian option for their bowls (guacamole instead of meat), and they had good wifi and nice booths to sit in. I'd come in and use my laptop for a bit (when it wasn't crowded) and get something to eat and Diet Coke refills to drink. However, recently, it's just a pain to order. Most of the cashiers don't know about the vegetarian option so they have to go get a manager and it makes a big scene. It's just too much trouble. Couple that with the fact that they got rid of all their booths and the wifi is terribly slow. It just feels like they don't want me there anymore, which is fine, because I just go to Freebird's and Chipotle now. :( Sadly, Taco Cabana is much closer to my house.
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