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Windows 7: Review : North Korean tablet

22 Nov 2013   #11
whs
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Interesting - shows that we should take their technological capabilities seriously - as scary as this is.
uh oh, Ihope they are not actually advancing to make some kind of bomb of exploding tablets.....
That's not the point. Many regard North Korea as an underdeveloped country which it really is not - as the example shows.


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22 Nov 2013   #12
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22 Nov 2013   #13
Kari

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Its just a joke. But they might use it as a remote control to control a nuclear bomb to kill us all. well at least if you are in america.
jk
Out of respect for the rules of our forums, and in fear of being warned or given an infraction, I really cannot tell you what I think about this comment.

It's far more probable that someone back there in States accidentally presses a button or a World Police operation goes wrong and destroys half the globe than that North Koreans use their tablet to destroy America.

Sincerely,

Kari
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22 Nov 2013   #14
whs
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Let's only hope that neither one of those scenarios happens.
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22 Nov 2013   #15
Kari

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Of course, I was simply trying to give an example of the probability of that to happen, as the forum rules make it impossible for me to reply as I would like to.
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22 Nov 2013   #16
whs
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I know Kari. Your message would anyhow not be understood on this side of the ocean. But I think that we do not want to deepen this discussion. It would get easily on a slippery slope. Let's just accept that the world is seen differently in different places.
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22 Nov 2013   #17
Kari

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I know Kari. Your message would anyhow not be understood on this side of the ocean.
Wolfgang, and everybody else that side of the pond: The thing I had to say but cannot due the rules would in no way have been against Americans or USA as a country. Absolutely not. I like you guys in general, and some of my closest friends who happen to be Americans in particular. It would have instead been against that comment itself, nothing else.

I was criticizing an individual member's reply in this thread, nothing more. I find a comment about North Korea possibly using their newly invented Android tablet as means to deliver destruction to Western world quite naive and stupid, to put it mildly and in accordance to the forum rules.

Kari
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22 Nov 2013   #18
Computer0304

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kari View Post

Out of respect for the rules of our forums, and in fear of being warned or given an infraction, I really cannot tell you what I think about this comment.

It's far more probable that someone back there in States accidentally presses a button or a World Police operation goes wrong and destroys half the globe than that North Koreans use their tablet to destroy America.

Sincerely,

Kari
Oh sorry about that.
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23 Nov 2013   #19
A Guy

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It seems like North Korea pirated Angry Birds

Quote:
You can play Angry Birds on North Korea's Samjiyon tablet — but the developers of the internationally popular app say they have nothing to do with it.

A spokesman for the developer said via e-mail: "Angry Birds Rio has not been localized into Korean, and Rovio Entertainment has no affiliation with the version of the game being shown on the Samjiyon tablet." So it seems like North Korea pirated the game for its local tablet replacement.
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23 Nov 2013   #20
Computer0304

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So am I ok?
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