In case anyone is interested in making USB connectors a bit more kid proof, I recently bought these magnetic USB cables:
For the kid’s tablet, I super glue the micro-usb adapter in place. It sticks out about 1/8 in. No more kid destroying USB ports.
It’s like Apples MagSafe for tablets.
For their claim that it will prevent “tripping over cable resulting in smashed phones”, the magnetic pull is strong enough to yank at least some phones off a table when the cord is accidentally pulled (say by tripping on it).

Windows 10’s Anniversary Update just force installed itself in the middle of typing a git commit message in the middle of the work day. An hour later, it finished. Of course, it removed my VMs (but did leave the Docker for Windows VM alone).

I placed an iPhone screen down on my Nexus 4. The Nexus got confused, took a picture, then rebooted to contemplate what had just happened.