11 posts • joined Thursday 8th March 2007 10:54 GMT
I too have the Nokia N95 and have to say its fantastic, i got mine direct from Nokia without any firmware locks (vodafone and orange lock the firmware) and with a contract sim from Voda. It works like a gem. Its not laggy at all and camera shutter spead is fine. I've been told by Nokia its a Quad band. Would have liked to see more games on it tho and 2gb max is rubbish for a phone of that build.
Thank you John for confirming the fact that the article i read was not from The Sun. i think Pascal should get his head out of reading the "Daily Sport"... anyhow lets stick to the orignal story shall we!
Re: Jazz's figures
By John WilsonPosted Monday 30th April 2007 11:17 GMT Jazz's figure of 5 billion appears to have come from Sky, with an appalling write-up of the planet's discovery:
By my calculations, that would mean that our fastest rockets can only plod along at a measly 23,513 miles per year. Or about 2 miles per hour.
Wow looks like you know what numbers are... nice.. as for this light year business, i originally found this story on another news website which said 20 light years = 5 billion our years! so i would suggest Brian for you not to make remarks like the one above. However, thank you for correcting me and telling me how much 20 light years are.
why didnt they call some RAF over to have a look at it? or even shoot it down? i think its a bit weird how all these things are seen but no gets proper evidence... hmmmm on the other hand i guess if its real and its out there then looks like there getting closer to us... and also if this planet we saw the other day which is earth like.. its 20 lightyears ahead in time... 5billion of our years... just imagine how advanced or backwards they are... strange.. and whos to say that just because they are 20light years ahead that they arent backwards in technology etc.... perhaps were the most advanced out there? who knows... i don't.
Do you think Gordan Brown will put a tax on mobile telephony usage?
A couple of points to make
i have to say after reading... "A couple of points to make" article. It has indeed opened my eyes. but where do we get info about solar power for the car etc... you said we can start now.
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