22 posts • joined 2 Jan 2008
i'll have one
1.8m tall box... put it in my back garden if i can get 40mbps
you can find all the tweets
if you search without the preceeding #
didn't you try that before writing an article?
I've never thought
about offering users a carrot... might be worth a shot here..
genius work as always, a laugh out loud episode today... amazing..
David - there is a method to get things working right...
The syncing works perfectly, if you do it in a sensible way.
1 - sync iphone with computer, to ensure address book on computer is up to date
2 - sync your computers address book to mobile me - aka the cloud
3 - then log into me.com and make sure everything is there
4 - activate contacts syncing on iphone, it'll delete everything that is "local" and download what is in the "cloud"
then it works perfectly!
i'm so glad
that there was someone in NYC at the time to capture the events in real time for us to see..
wow... great work!!!
I'm so glad that this was pointed out
thanks anonymous coward - "And, since Apple don't and never have made a product called "iTouch" surely this lawsuit isn't valid?"
i totally agree.. if you can't get the product name right, how do we know it was even a proper apple product, though they say they bought it from an apple store etc, he could have actually picked up his nice chinese clone that then exploded, which could have been called an iTouch..
i was hoping for
a playmobil reconstruction with some pirates, and optimus prime...
what? the boss??
wow.... the boss has come up in my expectations!
awesome as usual!
perfect way to finish off..... awesome, on form, brilliant...
now, what to do for the rest of the day in the office on my own..
*goes to delete files*
and another thing...
it looks a bit fugly
no syncing? locked?
where are all the iphone haters now... a locked device, $179 with a contract? (ok, $20 cheaper than an iPhone in the US), but no syncing? at all?
is it really that bad?
these make my friday afternoons.... MORE MORE!!!
i'm just wondering what will happen
if i go wearing my
"smoking leads to heroin addiction, paedophilia and suicide bombing" t-shirt to T5?
anyone want to pay for a flight for me to try? !
but there is a plastic base bit, which means the signal gets in that way!
the reason you buy mac products from Idiot World (my pet name for PC World that is), is you go in just when Apple have launched the new range, and buy the previous range at knock down prices..
i picked up a MBPro, about 3 weeks previous range, for £899, rather than £1299 for the new one...
luckily, i don't need advice..
I can see the Head of the place I work at try something like this....
what about networks that appear in multiple countries..
my thought is that if your operator is in the country that you use at home, there should be minimal roaming charges, as you're still using their network.. Orange, Voda, Telefonica (o2), T-Mobile, etc are over many places in Europe, and especially data / in country calls, could easily be bundled..
Just my thoughts
@s .pam - no its not £350k a prison
3,500,000 / 100 = 35,000
Paris, because she probably needs help working out basic maths!
@ Michael Jolly
you have blue eyes too??? you're my long lost brother!
lend us a fiver?! ;)
cheap broadband, no caps?
i'm with sky, and luckily in the past 12 months have had very little problems, great connectivity and speeds, no throttling and i only pay £10 a month (ok, i have a sky subscription too, but the cheapest it works out is £26!)
tiscali have the marketing right to attract the punters who really don't have a clue, they just see a bottom line price, and think it'll give them everything they need. Then this happens, and they can't do anything!
bring back dial up?
So plenty more opportunities..
to post that wonderful picture.... !
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