Re: Useful for tablets?
Yes. They cite using an iPod touch as a phone
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Yes. They cite using an iPod touch as a phone
It was interesting to hear Germaine Greer on the radio at the weekend being pro-fracking.
A friend once told me that they don't have a witness protection scheme for the Parks Police, because "The Parks don't have grasses".
When I worked at Motorola there were plenty of technical women in senior roles. Engineers, VPs, program managers, developers. For an old-fashioned Mid-west company it was surprisingly not male dominated in engineering.
If you are editing 4K video while on location it makes sense.
Keep the change
There are quite a few 3G senior phones - Doro 615 and 624. But anyway it's far more likely that 2G will outlive 3G. One network gave a 2020 close-down date for 3G and 2025 for 2G
Pah, sold out
It's pride weekend in Brighton.
That's just what I thought when I saw it
The way Loon works, with the balloons constantly moving and changing height to get to different parts of the jet-stream to move in different directions (there is a good YouTube video on this about the New Zealand trial) you need several balloons repositioning for each active one.
It's a fascinating project but I don't think politically workable.
Once changed the wheel for me on my Lancia Delta 1500.
It's weight in printer ink? Do you realise how much that is? I once worked out that if you filled the petrol tank of a £300,000 Lamborghini Aventador with printer ink, the ink would cost more than the car.
It will change from insurance to product liability.
From talking to lots of car companies - the mostly autonomous car really isn't that far way. Five to ten years.
I know someone who had a revenue-shared 0705 number. He'd court the spammers and keep them on the line as long as possible raking in the cash. He built quite an elegant solution which even had a social good element sending the revenue to South African townships.
You can't revenue share 0705 any more.
I took my son (17), girlfriend and her son (13). We all enjoyed it but my son *loved* it. I can't remember him being so happy. I think the highlight for him was when a Jawa stole his watch.
He said that he's taught himself to lucid dream and has put himself in the scenario which Secret Cinema built.
I like the ban on phones/cameras, not for the secrecy but it meant the place wasn't full of people taking selfies.
I agree it's worth putting the effort into dressing up (something I did badly), I don't think it too expensive. My only criticism is that the toilets were outside and going to them broke the fourth wall.
I'm booked for July 8th. I can't wait.
I loved the Amiga, I still have a Robo City News t-shirt from the second devcon, '85 I think.
I came back from the event and persuaded the publishers I worked for that they should let me launch Amiga Computing magazine.
Hmm, must get the emulator to play all that old Rainbird stuff.
No, Voda also has a Waterloo office
That pic came from the Met press office, it's funny that no-one there spotted it either.
It's ironic. And seeing as I often get praise for the great stuff the subs do, I'll put my hand up as the person who chose the pic.
Having spent a lot of time talking to people who've attempted such a "simple" change it's anything but.
Security services don't need to crack the encryption, all mobile networks have a lawful interception clause written into their licences. The security services can just wave a piece of paper to listen.
Of course they can't do this in countries where they don't have control, but then some countries are not allowed full strength encryption.
They use it for some BT events. There have been some press launches there.
It's the socks which go missing
The thought that has occured to me today is that this won't of course spot the worst pot-holes. The ones in bus lanes because while cyclists are free to ride in bus lanes - there is nothing more fun than holding up 12 tonnes of hooting bus - range rovers can not.
What's he doing there?
I dreamt I was driving the blue one (the 160) and had struggled to get in with the roof on, then I'd been driving it for a bit and realised that the doors were missing and that someone must have stolen them when it was outside my house, and then I wondered how anyone would sell Caterham doors.
There is MTPAS to deal with that, but it's far from the ideal solution.
It might not be an option for Network Rail - which only has 2 x 4MHz but there are plenty of other railways in the world which might look to upgrade GSM-R.
Ah, you want an i8
It's for use at point of sale. You pick up the swag, tap and leave.
There are more pictures than we used in the article, and the ones we did use at a higher resolution and lower compression at : http://www.guyswarbrick.com/automotive
The word was chosen with care. They are more luxurious than seats, and yes there is a nod to the 246.
With a broken lunch.
Indeed, which is why I included it. A completely honest answer. It wasn't even the traditional funding request of "We would need to do more research".
Apple makes it's own chips - The A9 and the like.
The woman from the Green party I spoke to had never heard of this theory.
Oh it's quick. But there is a difference between "quick" and "sporty". The RR is far to cosseting to be sporty.
Yes, but the numbers need to be in the IR-21 database and as Google isn't a telco it would need to get a telco to do it.
It could if you wanted to halve the battery life with constant use of GPS and checking back to the server.
You'd get a great signal and no battery life with which to use it.
Spooks don't need keys. They have legal intercept.
I wouldn't try to go and see this just at the moment. Queues for the McQeen exhibition are monstrous.