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Smashy smashy!

Besides the YouTube video making the “check this out!” email rounds Monday morning in which some dudes use the highly precise hammer and nail technique, others were not as lucky in their quest to make Apple fanboys cry. The folks at Smash Some Stuff missed launch date. They’re still $375 behind on their goal. Meanwhile, Smash My iPhone has only raised a dollar.

For a more precise look inside a dismantled iPhone, check out ThinkSecret’s 49 pictures of gadget guts.

Image courtesy ThinkSecret.com.

  • http://www.aventurehost.com Richard

    Bah, US Only, typical!

  • Geoff

    I agree with Richard. Double bah!

  • http://www.ajaxgirl.com/2009/01/25/new-napera-beta-integrates-software-into-network-switches%e2%80%93get-a-free-24-port-gigabit-network-switch/ Ajax Girl » Blog Archive » New Napera Beta Integrates Software Into Network Switches–Get A Free 24-port Gigabit Network Switch

    […] Napera, a recent Seattle-based startup, is looking for 100 IT and Network Managers for a closed beta test of their new 24-port gigabit network switch. Details after the jump. […]

  • Mike S

    i’ll second that. US only sucks

    • Josh

      Just another perk of living in the US :)

  • http://nettlive.com/content/2009/01/25/new-napera-beta-get-a-free-24-port-gigabit-network-switch/ Nettlive.com » Blog Archive » New Napera Beta: Get A Free 24-port Gigabit Network Switch

    […] Napera, a recent Seattle-based startup, is looking for 100 IT and Network Managers for a closed beta test of their new 24-port gigabit network switch. Details after the jump. […]

  • Eric

    Excellent post. We need this technology badly.
    Considering that most network security threats come from outside the US, it is appropriate that the testing of this device starts at home — I hope that if it is successful, it will stay that way.
    All others, s***w you!

  • Sung

    Another example of hardware as a service when you can enable features for additional after sale revenue

  • http://www.manender.com Manender

    Why only US residents????
    That’s one more bah….

    • http://newhomebasedbusinessidea.net/ NewHomeBasedBusinessIdea

      there is a world outside USA….

  • http://articlesave.com/2009/01/26/477/new-napera-beta-get-a-free-24-port-gigabit-network-switch/ ArticleSave :: Uncategorized :: New Napera Beta: Get A Free 24-port Gigabit Network Switch

    […] Napera, a recent Seattle-based startup, is looking for 100 IT and Network Managers for a closed beta test of their new 24-port gigabit network switch. Details after the jump. […]

  • http://www.thescriptszone.com/new-napera-beta-get-a-free-24-port-gigabit-network-switch/ The Scripts Zone » New Napera Beta: Get A Free 24-port Gigabit Network Switch

    […] Napera, a recent Seattle-based startup, is looking for 100 IT and Network Managers for a closed beta test of their new 24-port gigabit network switch. Details after the jump. […]

  • http://webtrendblog.com/new-napera-beta-get-a-free-24-port-gigabit-network-switch New Napera Beta: Get A Free 24-port Gigabit Network Switch | Webtrendblog.com

    […] Napera, a recent Seattle-based startup, is looking for 100 IT and Network Managers for a closed beta test of their new 24-port gigabit network switch. Details after the jump. […]

  • askzyx

    What’s new? Cisco already offers an integrated offer today for Small Business.. Wi-Fi router embedded wih Subscription based Anti-spam, URL filtering etc etc using Trend Micro.

  • AJ

    Cisco/Trend’s anti-spam & URL filtering won’t stop malware like Conficker because it doesn’t always come through the Internet gateway.

  • Piero

    Another more bah for US only.. :-(

    • http://www.jeffwidman.com/blog/ Jeff Widman

      Sorry for all the non-US folks. Wish I could help you.

  • http://ontorebd.com/new-napera-beta-get-a-free-24-port-gigabit-network-switch/ New Napera Beta: Get A Free 24-port Gigabit Network Switch | OntoreBangladesh

    […] IT and Network Managers for a closed beta test of their new 24-port gigabit network switch. Details after the jump. Napera is testing a relatively new concept–targeted security software subscriptions […]

  • http://cheapjoint.com/2009/02/09/free-24-port-switch-for-beta-testers-us-only/ Free 24 port switch for beta testers (US only) : CheapJoint.Com
  • Brian

    I applied and was chosen. I had to pay $30 shipping/handling, but you get to keep the unit.

  • Dennis

    We were chosen also, and so far it’s a pretty cool product.

  • Adam

    I’ve heard great things about this, I’d love to have software like this, are there any alternatives? Possibly something I could run On a gateway server? or on a vm to test, I’ve played with Smoothwall, and PFsense, but I have nothing internally, and the authentication would be nice too. Even if it isn’t so shiny, anyone know of something?

  • AJ

    The nature of this type of network security product means it really has to live inside the switching layer, not at the gateway like a firewall.

    The firewall technology you see in Smoothwall and PFsense was commercialized in the 90’s, and it took many years for open source to catch up. There is one open source alternative called Packetfence but it is very complex and not as slick as Napera.

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  • http://www.proxynetworks.com Remote control software

    Great news, now our networks will be more secularized.

    Thanks for the post

  • http://www.insegment.com sem

    Improving security is always a good thing. Maybe the next improvement would be advancing this outside of the United States.

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