9 posts • joined 25 Nov 2007
This actually happened 2-3 days ago
And I made them aware within about 5 seconds of them posting the 'spam' initially.
They did remove it within seconds but hey, it's the internet.
I get a static £10 a month off what it should be for TiVo, TVXL, 50mb and free weekend calls. After my first year they applied it as a "loyalty customer discount"
It might just be me being retarded.. but...
my HTC Touch Diamond had a YouTube client out of the box... Which also works umm.. pretty flawlessly.
They've taken the o2 XDA Orbit II design and claimed it for their own.
Don't get me wrong, i'm well aware that HTC build the XDA Orbit II also and that o2 have a design relationship but come on...
i'll get my coat
The series you are thinking of was called "Bugs"
@ Cynicism by AC
To be fair, pubs get 90% of their glasses for free by promotion, though granted the pub will eventually pick up the "bill" via increased costs of ales, beers, spirits, hell even post-mix
to the AC with Windows 8
when I type SET into my cmd window
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6001]
Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
in XP i would get something like
Microsoft Windows [Version 5.1.2600]
Copyright (c) 2002 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
IT's going by NT version numbers/codebase, not the old, and now legacy "386"/DOS codebase
Windows 7 should therefore TECHNICALLY (speculation) be NT version 7
The fac tthe Milestones are on 6.x codebases still is fine, Vista was too til later beta's. They're still in alpha dont forget.
I guess the true test will be, wait until RTM, and see if it registered as 6.1/6.2/6.5 or as NT 7.0.xxxx
To Be Fair..
The data should not be able to be opened by anyone else other than people with the corresponding smart card certificate (all Govt. employee's have smart cards for this reason)
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