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Purported next-gen iPhone home button has modified design

New design(looks like an upside down hat with a square brim) is most likely due to accumulation of dirt and grime around the edges of the original round hole of the home button. Keeping the depressed area round, keeps our admittedly dirty hands from depositing dirt on the edges.

Purported next-gen iPhone home button has modified design
A new component from the Far East is claimed to be a home button from Apple's sixth-generation iPhone, featuring a new, modified design.

Filipino hackers fight back; deface Chinese sites

Filipino hackers fight back; deface Chinese sites

MANILA, Philippines—As the Philippine and Chinese vessels remain locked in a standoff over the Scarborough Shoal, war broke out in the cyberspace with computer wizards  from both countries defacing websites.

A day after a Philippine university website was brought down by supposedly Chinese hackers claiming “Huangyan Island (Scarborough Shoal) is Ours!”, Filipino hactivists fought back by vandalizing several Chinese website.

A group calling itself “Anonymous #OccupyPhilippines” broke into the China University Media Union website and left the message: “Chinese government is clearly retarded. Scarborough Shoal is ours!”

Another Chinese site, http://gh.rc.gov.cn/, was hacked, replacing its contents with a map of the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea). And the hackers message: “You got fucked by the Philippines! Spratly Island Is OURS!”

On Friday, Hackers attacked the official website of the University of the Philippines System, forcing the state university to temporarily bring down the site.

UP site hacked over Scarborough Shoal

The defaced homepage bore the map of the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea) with Chinese characters replaing center contents.

Below the map was a caption, “We come from China! Huangyan Island is Ours!” posted repeatedly.

Huangyan Island is the Chinese name for Scarborough Shoal, where the Philippine coast guard has been facing off with Chinese vessels in a standoff that began April 10.


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Tags: China , Hacker , hacking , Huangyan Island , Internet , Panatag Shoal , Philippines , Scarborough Shoal , Spratly Islands , Spratlys , technology , West Philippine Sea