11 posts • joined 11 Mar 2008
Mikel, are you my favourite Computer Science lecturer from uni?
I HEART BILL GATES LOL OMG ROFL
I'm mister microsoft, me.
But I must admit I love my iPhone.
Until you've actually lived with one for a week, you can't really judge. All the people who had iPhones, then jumped ship to BlackBerrys et al, are all back with their iPhones now. Well, except business types.
It. Just. Works.
plz hlp copmuter borken
Most people who use their computer soley for Facebook/MySpace/MSN/Whatever ARE illiterate and computer illiterate.
..isn't a requirement for h.264 streams.
Beeb HD already transmits in h.264 doesn't it?
Can we have our British hypersonic spaceplane now?
Remember the Skylon?
...we just need to get all this guff into orbit.
Kinda counter to that, Silverlight works in Firefox..
Fried iPhone with chips?
Purely conjecture this, but I buggered up a 1st gen iPhone using a non-Apple speaker dock. It got very hot. Now it doesn't charge properly.
Trawling the hackint0sh forums, it seems a fairly common fault.
The IC controlling the charging gets a little 'warm', ruining the logic board.
So, instead of redesigning the charging circuitry - maybe they've just pulled the 12v pins (with they've been saying they were gonna do for a while now)
But... I dunno.
but Mesh is...
...a bit clunky, no?
O2's website is laughably bad. Always has been.
A buddy of mine tried getting a 3g jesus phone online yesterday. The website didn't work for him (big shock!)
Later that day he had his credit card declined, and his bank phoned him telling him someone had ordered 2 iPhones from O2 that morning with his details.
O2? O2 Online?? Bad website??? Surely not.
Their website hasn't been updated to include this new wonder-phone?
Their website hasn't been updated since 2001 by the look/feel/pant-ness of it.
Yay for O2 Online!!
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