Re: still riddled with Flash badness though
In the advanced settings there is a simple switch "Use Adobe Flash Player" so disabling Flash is only 3 clicks away.
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In the advanced settings there is a simple switch "Use Adobe Flash Player" so disabling Flash is only 3 clicks away.
So that's what it takes to get an Audi being driven sensibly. A huge amount of high technology to take the driver out of the mix.
I'm sure Delphi are going to fix this bug in the next round so that the Self Driving car will just barge its way into the lane and if this isn't entirely successful just sit 6 inches behind the car in front until they get out of the way.
...and it needs serious refactoring. They have just copy and pasted the same file creation code changing just the file name. Don't get me started on the use of "form1" and "form21" instead of something non-generic.
I'm not sure about the released version but for the preview there is an official rollback procedure using Windows Phone Recovery Tool.
The full set of steps are here:
Thanks for that. The website freakattack.com now says "(An earlier version of our test gave incorrect results for IE; IE is indeed vulnerable.)" Which goes to explain why I thought IE was not vulnerable earlier in the week.
On a different note it seems that with the updated website Windows Phone is now being marked as vulnerable.
Is this a similar but different attack to the one earlier this week or the same one? I only ask as I tested all my browsers, including IE, against FREAK earlier in the week and they passed.
According to the band listing on GSMArena the Dual Sim LTE variants support 9 LTE bands a piece which would make it a great world phone for me, Dual SIM and a high likelihood of being able to get LTE service where ever I go.
Good job it's not the default and requires you to select Full Screen mode when using the Mouse. The default Start Menu style is the merged Metro/Win 7 style.
The supported lifetime of the device means that you can't take your free windows license and place it on a new machine if the machine dies.
The two entities are separate as far as I can see. The Royal Mail delivery service was the bit that was privatised but the Post Office side still remains in government ownership. So in fact this is bad news for the Private company Royal Mail but good news for the government owned Post Office network and franchised sub-post masters.
Well well it looks like your dream has come true, somebody has taken notice of the non-Windows Nokia Phones and that somebody is.... Opera. Opera will be running the app store on non-Windows Nokia phones. See below for details:
Lets get this straight you are moaning that Nokia/Microsoft/Accenture/Whoever are closing the Symbian app store? A platform that hasn't been actively developed in any shape or form for nearly 3 years.
More than likely the BBC just shut it off. They have had quite a form on that lately.
Just updated get_iplayer and it has already worked around the RSS feeds by scraping the webpages. In the process I think it also shows more programmes than the old RSS feeds did.
So in the process of trying to kill off get_iplayer and XBMC they have just screwed over the Smart TV users and nobody else.
This patch was for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008R2 so it wouldn't have been this that caused it.
Yup. You just connect with a cable and the phone apears as a new device. If your phone has internal and external storage it appears as two seperate folder and within that there are the standard folders:
(Ringtones on the internal drive)
and any other folders that you create
On Windows you just drag and drop your files into the folder of your choice. I think there is a way to sync photos and music but I've never bothered dragging and dropping is the sync method of choice for me.
so make it 3 billion and 1 devices. Though not all the samples on the web seem to run so there must be something missing from the implementation as some sophisticated samples run great whereas some simple samples don't.
Looks like I will be digging out my 3D geometry and having a bit of a play this weekend.
As a successor to the XP Power Tools's Virtual Desktop Mark Russinovich et al created Desktops around 6 years ago.
The way I read it: As the company was founded in 1999 if it lasts at least 102 years then the company will have been active in the 20th, 21st and 22nd centuries. Which in itself is a bizarre statement to make.
It seems bizarre that you would separate those two versions without separating the others into Service Packs which is essentially what Win8.1 is.
If you combine them then under StatCounter's stats Win8 usage > WinXP
Taking a look at the buy now page the $99 must refer to the phone + monthly contract price. The full price is given as $599.99 so it's not a super bargain but just business as usual.
Bristol City council can beat any hacker any day at traffic light induced chaos. If there is a straight stretch of road they'll throw up a set of traffic lights with timings setup without consideration for any lights up or down the road to cause the maximum disruption.
One journey a little while ago of around 2 -3 miles I passed through 24 sets of traffic lights and stopped at 22 of them. I guess BCC's bid for the Green Capital of Europe was based around slowing the traffic down to such an extent that moss started to grow on the cars.
They demoed a couple of different routes of taking ancient applications and porting them to modern systems. The one above used DAL of an ancient C++ app and porting it to Windows 8.
Another technology on the 2nd day involved automatically porting a VB 6 application to WinForms and then as a final step to an ASP.Net website.
That's why the universal app projects in Visual Studio allow you to share as much or as little common code as necessary. If you do have something that works fine on WinPhone then you can go ahead and push it, otherwise you can tune controls or whole pages to look the best on the different platforms.
They are sorting it out it's called LTE. It's more efficient than 3G on better frequencies.
I'm fairly sure we didn't receive one. I've just hunted down the leaflet's pdf and I don't recognise anything like that coming through the door. We don't get that much post, junk or otherwise, so anything that goes through the door gets at least a cursory look.
The only thing I can think of is that is a play on the version number of Windows, 8.1 -> 81
The author of the report claimed only 12 are possible on the home screen ignoring the scrolling and also the fact that all of the tiles could have been resized to give you 24 tiles per page if you like that sort of density. ( I don't. )
Skydrive upload is optional on Windows Phones. There are 3 modes that can be selected, no upload, low resolution upload for sharing or a full resolution copy on Skydrive.
Even Microsoft managed to get it implemented in 2010 for Windows Phone. ( Around the same time as Android got it.)
You are mistaken the real change was the introduction of the NTE5 wall socket and the introduction of digital exchanges. The development and implementation of both started under the nationalised BT.
BT were forced to offer local loop unbundling because an EU directive and they were subsequently forced to create Openreach to ensure that they did actually offer equal access to the local network.
They were also pretty slow in getting ADSL services out to the masses. ( I remember them still pimping Home Highway (ISDN) hard even when ADSL services were available and even then their initial ADSL speeds were pretty miserly.)
I really don't buy this private BT is better as it seems that they are frequently forced to do the right thing by government time and time again.
Windows 7 64 bit 52.39%
Windows 8 64 bit 13.34%
Windows 7 12.52%
Windows XP 32 bit 7.12%
Windows Vista 64 bit 5.31%
Windows Vista 32 bit 2.46%
So even amongst users of Steam XP is still holding out.
I did think that as well, but a quick look at wikipedia, and the years that they were in command of the TARDIS, shows that apart from Eccleston and McGann it's about normal.
Ignoring the first two doctors ( they were really knocking them out then) and taking into account that the modern episodes are double the length of the old ones then it's almost the same amount of screen time for the old Doctors as the new ones.
For the iPlayer it's a simple matter of economics at the BBC. For almost every programme made there will be copyright licensing required, this is the case from buying in films down to stock photography. The BBC could negotiate a world wide license but the licensee would naturally charge a lot more. ( In the case of films or whole programmes that licensee would probably figure in that fact that they can't sell it on to other countries if the BBC is showing that programme to the entire world.) To keep costs significantly down they can accept a reasonable restriction of only making the programme/copyrighted material available to licensee fee payers in the UK only. Hence Geo-restriction.
You can use alternative Voicemail providers, Hullomail is one that comes to mind, that give you additional options such as emailing an mp3 of the voicemail to you.
In these cases you need to change the voicemail number to use their services.
Its bandwidth and Signal to Noise Ratio that determines the maximum bit rate. A 5Mhz channel at 1800Mhz and 800Mhz with the same S/N ratio will carry data at the same rate. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shannon%E2%80%93Hartley_theorem#Examples for the Maths
Now the big advantage of these lower frequency transmitters is that they propagate further that then higher frequencies and as such fewer towers will be required to to cover a given area.
Well here is an example of the royalty rates for Radio play in the UK http://www.jazzservices.org.uk/index.php/jazz-business-copyright/performance-royalties
One play of the song could easily reach a multiple of million people on Radios 1 and 2 so 100 quid for a million plays is actually over charging a little if you compare it to radio rates. Though they probably factor in an on-demand premium to charge Spotify more.
The 520 appears to have a GPS chip but no compass so it can tell you where you are but not which direction you are looking in. From a practical standpoint this would stop virtual reality apps such as City Lens from working fully but Nokia Drive should be fine.
I can't answer about the 520 ( I have an 920) , but regarding the iPlayer it's "coming soon" http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/internet/posts/Microsoft_mobile
but seeing the bad job the BBC have done at bringing the iPlayer to Android ( implementation and timescales ) as opposed to the slick IOS offerings I wouldn't hold my breath at it a. coming soon and b. being up to much more than just a streaming service.
On most of the conference calls I've been involved in sound has been the biggest problem rather than the picture. Instead of shelling out for expensive screens if only they could have invested in a bunch of lavalier mics with radio transmitters the picture really wouldn't have mattered that much.
Most of the conference calls I make I do from home and use my small studio with a cheap mixer, a compressor/gate and a modest microphone I am always the clearest participant by far.
I've seen this so many times before and this is no exception. From businesses reluctant to move from Windows NT 4 to Windows 2000, from 2000 to XP, from XP to anything else. It's really just the continuation of a process that I have observed for more than a decade and a half and it actually bears no reflection on the quality of the OS.
In the UK Press TV was taken off air for a license violation which they could have resolved pretty easily and with no fuss, but I guess fuss is exactly what they wanted.
Frankly OFCOM treated Press TV with more restraint for its license violations than any other channel I've seen.
More Info on this can be found here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2012/jan/20/iran-press-tv-loses-uk-licence
I just listened back to the original "review" and for Top Gear it is actually pretty complimentary. The controversial bit has a voiceover saying "Although Tesla say that it will do 200 miles, we worked out that on our track it would only do 55 miles." over the crew pushing the car. Now the voiceover never says that it did run out of charge just that if they did run out of charge it would do so after 55 miles.
I'm in deepest South Bristol, and also have the Samknows monitoring box, and I can tell you from the Stats page that 7pm to 8pm is, on average, one of the fastest times at around 90 Mbps on a 100Mbps line. Even the consolidated stats over a year show the same pattern of higher speeds during the evening.
...and that was the ability to open, edit and save* PDF documents from within Word. That is such a life saver you wouldn't believe.
Elsewhere in Word there are lots of other solid improvements from the Navigation side panel to the improved properties sidepane and even the ability to directly insert a screenshot of another Program's Window.
All in all, for me, a solid but worthwhile upgrade
*I am aware that previous versions could save as PDFs
Errr Supercomputers where it seems that over 3/4 of the top 500 are x86 based with over 90% of the top 500 use Linux.
From here: http://i.top500.org/stats
Edit PDFs as though they were native word documents. ( Actually I don't know if that feature is in LibreOffice I was just impressed by that in the preview version of Office 2013.)
An Office 365 subscription comes with the full blown desktop versions as well as the online editions so you can run your macros and templates if that is what you want.
Archos have been pretty decent in the past offering an SDE (Special Developer Edition) firmware which unlocks the device and allows you to put Linux on it.
Granted it probably isn't your preferred version of Linux but it is a start nontheless.
I have the 710 which has physical buttons instead of the capacitive strip and they are almost impossible to hit accidentally.