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Does your mobile phone have a virus or bugs ,

Probably it has many more than you think..

     
11:53 pm on Feb 26, 2013 (gmt 0)

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1:40 am on Feb 27, 2013 (gmt 0)

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:: insert witticism about telephone sanitizers ad lib. ::

Edit after reading article.

Heh, heh. Someone already did.

Either that or humanity needs to recall Douglas Adams' B Ark
8:30 am on Feb 28, 2013 (gmt 0)

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Bacteria are everywhere - on any unsterilised surface, on your skin, in your guts - but mostly harmless

Your immune system does not develop properly without exposure, and your digestive system does not work properly without symbiotic bacteria.

The reg is showing it tabloid roots.
11:31 am on Feb 28, 2013 (gmt 0)

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elreg cannot help it, graeme_p

I like to give my phone, computer kb, mouse and screen a wipe over every so often. It's worthwhile not just for bug killing, but for dust and grime which builds up over time.
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Screens, a resounding yet. I cannot understand how many people seem to be able to work using monitors covered in dust, fingermarks and unidentifiable grime.
8:32 pm on Mar 1, 2013 (gmt 0)

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I have a sure-fire way to tell when to clean my LCD screens:

When I want to make fun of someone (some web page) for improper/misplaced punctuation (a period or a comma) and I discover it is some dust or dirt or splashed liquid on MY screen that LOOKS like punctuation.

The worst time to have a dirty screen is when I'm using php and trying to find an error in a script. (Where an extra period can totally break a script.)
10:09 pm on Mar 1, 2013 (gmt 0)

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Y'all realize, of course, that this is simply the present millennium's equivalent of cleaning your glasses.

(Where an extra period can totally break a script.)

Huh. With me it's generally a missing semicolon. Can't remember the exact permutation but there's one place where the semicolon is optional in js but mandatory in php. There's nothing like firing up MAMP and coming face to face with a perfectly blank screen.