The LockPickingLawyer easily opens this Yale Y500 Combination Key Access padlock with just a sliver of aluminum from a soda can.
The lockpicking lawyer can open a fancy electronic-timed padlock in about half a second with a shim, but that's too easy. Why not open it with an electromagnetic pulse? You don't need to be an electrical engineer to know that sensitive electronics don't like random pulses of electricity appearing out of nowhere. READ THE REST
Someone sent the LockPickingLawyer a smartphone lockbox. It's a small plastic box that holds a smartphone. Its door remains locked until the timer goes to zero. Of course, the LockPickingLawyer was able to open the lockbox without having to wait until the timer ran down. READ THE REST
This solid-looking, bulky, 2 lb lock looks impressive, "but the truth is a child could probably be taught to open this in just a few minutes," says the LockPickingLawyer. READ THE REST
Digital painting has truly become an art in itself. Even with artists like Andy Warhol creating digital art on a Commodore Amiga back in the mid-80s, digital painting has mostly been a kitschy bit of artistic fun, not stuff to be regarded as a true masterwork. But much has changed over the past decade. Technology… READ THE REST
While it never hurts when your company name becomes a verb, but there's a lot more to Google than a simple web search. Sure, Google's search engine is also the engine that powered the firm into its current position as one of the 10 most valuable companies in America, but the company has spent the… READ THE REST
While smartphones and other devices have reached world-class heights for capturing images and even video at up to stunning 4K quality, they still leave a lot to be desired in the audio department. That's because while companies have engaged in a two-decade arms race to constantly one-up each other for the biggest, best camera available,… READ THE REST