41 posts • joined 23 Jun 2008
Re: More metal kit that blocks and thus drops more calls.
As an ex HTC One user i absolutely concur.
Looks fantastic, great screen and toys.
...terrible call quaility (drop outs and random voice volume), iffy connection, almost impossible to hold (too slim and slippery and frankly blummin uncomfortable). If anyone has worked out a way of putting it down without dropping the thing I'd like to know how.
Still, it is very shiny - Mmmmmm.
...goes the bubble.
Ahhh, RPN and the shunting yard....
...brings back bad memories.
Re: Not just women.
Sanctimonious rubbish there Gaz. Do not confuse freedom of speech with freedom to spout blatantly sexist threats. We have laws against this sort of stuff for a reason.
Re: Hardly a shock.
Totally agree - The hard keyboard is Blackberry's USP. If BB10 is any good and the Q10 has decent real world battery life I'm having one. The Z10 really doesn't stand a chance as the johnny come lately of touch slab phones.
www.veber.co.uk is currently down.
Oh the irony!
What I want to know is...
...Is this the right room for an argument?
Re: Dead men walking
Got one of these little beauties too for a princely £220.
Excellent keyboard, plays HD video, battery lasts for yonks and surprisingly good speakers.
With a clean WIndows 7 64 bit install (thanks to work) and 4 gig of RAM it doesn't run all that shabblily either.
Am going to miss it when it goes bang.
Re: Acer W510
All well and good and sure it is lovely little machine but it is five hundred feckin quid. Hardly netbook territory,
Re: The BBC is ... the vampire. Literally. It sucks peoples' money away
Have you seen Sky's revenue!
Almost 7 billion quid not enough to make quality programmes?
Of course it is but they still choose to chase sport and movies because that is where the profit lies.
This comments section looks to be straight off the Mail online.
I'm scared now.
I prefer this place for stock images
You do realise that the corvids are the most intelligent of bird families?
Fantastic problem solving skills - perhaps they really meant it...
I can only think that Google are using this as some sort of Corporation tax write-off as they doomed to failure.
You're dead right there...
Did a temp job years ago changing Dunhill batteries.
Once we'd got the back off (special tool), changed that battery and put the back on again we'd then plug a compressed air cylinder into a valve on the watch case and give it a blast of air while dunking the watch in a bath of fluid.
If there were no bubbles it was good to go.
Re: What is Google+?
It is the Betamax of Social Networks.
Could be worse...
She could come from Termenfeckin!
Utterly dumb idea
Presumably Google thought it would do for Larry Ellison's Network PC idea what the iPad did for Bill Gates tablet PC.
Unfortunately Apple got there first and anyone who wants a netbook form factor will, most likely, get a netbook.
Get the point of the article but...
...does this mean we all should watch some seriously shit films so that we can appreciate the technical prowess of Blue Ray?
London's Burning, White Riot and I Fought the Law for starters
No scar on finger but one my head.
Catapaulted accross my bedroom after touching the smoothing capacitor in my home made bass power amp.
Oh dear Lewis again
Latest from IAEA:
"Attempts to return power to the entire Daiichi site are also continuing. After explosions at both units 1 and 3, the primary containment vessels of both units are reported to be intact. However, the explosion that occurred at 04:25 UTC [4.25am GMT] on 14 March at the Fukushima Daiichi unit 2 may have affected the integrity of its primary containment vessel. All three explosions were due to an accumulation of hydrogen gas. A fire at unit 4 occurred on 14 March 23:54 UTC and lasted two hours. The IAEA is seeking clarification on the nature and consequences of the fire. The IAEA continues to seek details about the status of all workers, reactors and spent fuel at the Fukushima Daiichi plant. "
When in a hole; stop digging!
Having worked in IT for the MoD...
...albeit many moons ago. It would help if the civil service actually paid something akin to market rates for developers.
Anyone with any talent left as soon as soon as they realized they could double their salary by moving into the private sector. I enjoyed my job there but succumbed to the lure of the lucre.
I get your point Lewis but...
Having worked in the MoD Procurement Executive and been involved in the assumptions thing (Long Term Costing it was called then) it was not the poilitcians who made these sort of decision.
Sure the politicians (via the Treasury) decided what the overrall budget was and it was the Minister who signed the final document BUT the comittee who ultimately decided what went into the budget and what came out was chaired and largely made of the military.
IF the decision is made to scrap the chinooks than poeple responsible for that decision will be the top brass of the services. Sure Cameron can question that decision but, ultimately, he will probably have to take the advice of the heads of the services.
It is the military top brass who have decided to keep prestige weapons at the expense of the useful workhorses and this has been that case for years. Why they do this is one of the great mysteries.
Would you entrust all your confidential details to the cloud?
I am shocked, SHOCKED!
Lewis Page in anti-green tech article shocker; quelle surprise...
He thought these new jobs would appear in online shopping.
Quite why you need a 1GB line to use online shops is a bit of a mystery.
He also said that BBC is helping to pay because of iPlayer demand.
Why stop there eh? Using his logic than all online businesses should help pay for the new infratructure.
The man is an idiot as well as a *unt
Face it - The original headline was misleading
Having said that Mr Robbins was an idiot for engaging in a flame war with somebody who approaches the climate change issue with same intellectual rigour as Jeremy Clarkson.
Amongst climate scientists it is only a debate in the same way that Evolution vs. Intelligent Design is a debate. The only climate scientists casting doubt on man-made climate change are those funded by the fossil fuel and automotive industries.
Make of that what you will
I was responsible for a similar test data accident...
...in a previous job for a news website. The alt tag for the image of then columnist David Mellor read "smug_twat" for 6 months before anyone noticed.
Had to apologise to the editor after getting a slapped wrist.
It will fail
Sure it is fun once, maybe twice at a push. We had this this years ago on three and my wife and i video called each other once each to test and that was that:
a. You look like a twat
b. You can't walk (mind that lamppost), pretend to work, pick your nose etc.
c. You have to TALK LOUDLY (twat factor again)
d. Skype is better and more comfortable.
but most importantly in this case, all your friends need to have apple kit.
Aaah - think i get the point now
that is all
As long you get DAB reception...
...which we don't. Nothing at - not even a 'glop'.
Table Elimination? wtf
This looks suspiciously like a hack to get round MySQL's inability to do hash joins.
Why wasn't the useless query optimizer fixed instead?
Mines the one with the built in Faraday cage
"opening the casing or housing of a device AND adding, removing, or altering the internal components"
I wonder if this covers changing batteries as well? Is that abuse? According to the wording it is.
TMS on DAB
"It's the last ball of the 2015 Ashes series.
It is really coming to the boil here at the Oval. The series is level at 2-2 and England need 2 to win from the last ball.
The bowler is back to his mark...
in he comes - up to the stumps and.."
GLOP GLOP SQUELCH
"...amazing this the most exciting series I have ever "
GLOP GLOP SQUELCH
".. have won"
Fantastic idea I reckon
How old are mobiles?
The cancer risk could take decades to manifest itself just like smoking and lung cancer.
It just goes to show you can never be too careful.
Update to the Update to the firmware fix
...the fixed firmware fix was pulled this morning - it was broken.
From what I can gather from the forums it bricked previously good 500GB drives and wouldn't work at all on other model numbers.
Jayz - she was in the nip!
Wasn't Jack Mustard the milkman lothario in Father Ted?
Never knew he played football too.
Adieu Weblogic Express!!
Not surprised with this - The previous company I worked for employed a nice wheeze to save money on Weblogic by using Express for production and parking Apache in front of it so you never breached the ip address limits.
Looks like they'll have to shell out for the full product now.
Nice one Larry.
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