TITLE

iBricking

PUB. DATE
April 2016
SOURCE
Computer Desktop Encyclopedia;Apr2016, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Encyclopedia
DOC. TYPE
Reference Entry
ABSTRACT
(Turning an iPhone into a brick) Disabling all iPhone functions when the phone's software discovers it has been switched to a carrier other than AT&T. In 2007, the iPhone was launched as an exclusive product for AT&T subscribers. See iPhone, iClone and brick.
ACCESSION #
114222808

 

Related Articles

  • iClone.  // Computer Desktop Encyclopedia;10/1/2011, p1 

    A cellphone that incorporates many of the features of Apple's iPhone. See iPhone and iBricking.

  • brick.  // Computer Desktop Encyclopedia;10/1/2011, p1 

    An electronics device that has been damaged and rendered useless. In other words, "as useful as a brick." See iBricking.

  • RUGGED PC COMPUTER USES INTEL MOBILE 3G CORE CPU'S.  // PC Business Products;Aug2013, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p5 

    The article offers information on the iBrick rugged computer model SC215ML released by Small PC Computers.

  • iClone.  // Computer Desktop Encyclopedia;2015, p1 

    (1) A smartphone that incorporates many of the features of Apple's iPhone. See iPhone and iBricking.

  • AC-to-DC power module acts as mains 'firewall'.  // Electronics Weekly;11/21/2012, Issue 2528, p6 

    The article offers brief information on the I BRICK AC Front End, an AC-to-DC front end power module from Vicor Corp.

  • SMALL PC UPGRADES RUGGED IBRICK COMPUTER WITH INTEL.  // PC Business Products;Apr2014, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p4 

    The article offers brief information on the SC215ML iBrick rugged computer with Intel microprocessor from Small PC Computers.

  • brick.  // Computer Desktop Encyclopedia;2015, p1 

    An electronics device that has been damaged or otherwise incapacitated. In other words, "as useful as a brick." A bricked device can be due to a hardware or software failure. See iBricking.

  • iBrick: A New Standard for Iterative Assembly of Biological Parts with Homing Endonucleases. Liu, Jia-Kun; Chen, Wei-Hua; Ren, Shuang-Xi; Zhao, Guo-Ping; Wang, Jin // PLoS ONE;Oct2014, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p1 

    The BioBricks standard has made the construction of DNA modules easier, quicker and cheaper. So far, over 100 BioBricks assembly schemes have been developed and many of them, including the original standard of BBF RFC 10, are now widely used. However, because the restriction endonucleases...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics