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Jan 8th, 2010 10:23 AM #1
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- Nutzi Netherlands.
Y2K+10 bug hits computers around the world.
We had similar stories about this last year as well.
Perhaps there was some truth in the Y2K bug after all.
Originally Posted by TIMESOriginally Posted by CRN
Windows Mobile glitch dates 2010 texts 2016
Microsoft on Tuesday said it is investigating reports of a glitch causing some Windows Mobile devices to attach the wrong date to incoming SMS messages.
"Microsoft is aware of reports that phone messages received after 1/1/2010 may be dated 2016," the software maker said in a statement. "These reports have not yet resulted in widespread customer inquiries; however, we are working closely with our manufacturing and mobile-operator partners to investigate the cause and correct the issue, as appropriate."
The Year 2010 Bug Strikes German Bank Cards (Time)
Bank of Queensland hit by “Y2.01k” glitch (CRN)
Windows Mobile glitch dates 2010 texts 2016 (Cnet News)
Last edited by lycanox; Jan 8th, 2010 at 10:34 AM.
Jan 8th, 2010 8:13 PM #2
Don't forget about H1N1. With all the cold weather around the world it could come back to bite us in the A**.
Computers and things that could go wrong. Hey Lyx if the Mac operating system is safe and the PC system sucks shouldn't we all be using Mac's ?
Or maybe I should ask if there is a safe PC format ( ? ) we could all be using.________________
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