Microsoft is definitely toast. We are truly in the post-PC era because when phones start to die on us like this, who needs a PC? Everything old is new again. iWorks and iCould synching may be to blame. Schadenfreude iPhone haters!
It's a good idea, of course, to set a PIN code for your phone in case it's lost or stolen. But you have to wonder why some people bother - because, according to one software developer, the most common choice is 1234.
Numbers above three are incomprehensible to people who don't speak a language that uses symbols for counting, say researchers at the University of Chicago.