9 posts • joined 21 Feb 2008
An easy workaround
Simply refer to them throughout as tw*tnest.
"Piracy already costs satellite television providers hundreds of millions of dollars per year"
I don't see what attacking ships on the high seas has to do with all this, nor do I agree with the assumption that copyright infringers would otherwise purchase content legitimately, and that you can therefore call it a "cost". Please stop propagating these two most egregious examples of industry propaganda.
Re: Useful for some folks
Fine for me. PC sync: don't care, I have multiple PCs in multiple locations, so the "constantly sync to the cloud" model makes a lot more sense (also, people who provide PC sync tend to mean Outlook sync and I don't run Windows). Exchange support: my employer has Exchange, but I only use it for email and they have IMAP enabled. Headphone jack: this is a WTF, I agree, but not a deal breaker for me. I'll just buy a small, cheap adaptor. Stereo Bluetooth: they said at the NY launch, this will come to this device in an update.
LG and Samsung
...have previously said they're releasing Android phones in 2009. I wonder if their (and Sony's) hardware will be any better than HTC's? I think HTC had the better track-record of the three, up until the G1, but I don't like the look of that curvy slider. Looks fragile.
I do not think it means what you think it means...
"reaction time dropped by 25 per cent for those sending text messages"
A strategy well-known to sci-fi fans everywhere: "Reverse the polarity!"
Roadworks? Finished? That beats Microsoft Works, or military intelligence.
Definition of Internet gambling
Attempting to obtain a reliable broadband connection in the UK.
Mine's the one with the 3G USB device in the pocket.
This is a stick-up!
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