229 posts • joined 21 May 2009
Lets hope the movie is not written by those that do the TV version.
I've heard of the name Kardashian being branded about but didn't know the story.
Everytime I heard the name I keep thinking of Cardassians.
Thanks Rob for telling us the story.
Now we know Kim made a porn tape, got onto the internet and now their mother is pimping them out for "reality" T.V.
Are these MPs complaining because some 8yo is killing them on multiplayer and making it like they "care" about our young?
Has it been a year already?
Game & Watch
I still got my Donkey Kong Game & Watch. Must replace the batteries on it...
A 10 man raid against Ragnaros in cars doing drive-by shootings and the odd fire truck to put out fires.
Software Patents should be banned.
All it is software interpretating the movements on the touchscreen to decide whether or not to unlock.
And patenting movement should definately be banned.
Is it powered by Mr. Fusion?
At the moment I don't see any reason to create any business applications in Metro style.
Most companies will just lock out Metro and keep Windows classic desktop for their applications.
Metro apps "suspend" when they are no longer in focus.
This seems like a backward step especially when you are using a multitasking OS.
The rules are if the application takes more than 15 seconds to load, it is killed off.
When your application is notified it's going to by suspended you have 5 seconds to save any work. If you do not save the work in time, you lose the data.
So far these times are fixed and not configurable.
Do RIM offer a 99% availablity?
No company can guarentee 100% availability.
If so that means out of 365 days of the year they are saying that their service could be unavailable for 3.5 days (84 hours).
Co-operative Insurance are already offering discounted insurance for under 25's if they have a black box fitted.
They had this scheme for some time now.
Boats and GPS
Are they saying that if the GPS malfunctions on their boat they are screwed?
Maybe they need to dust off their compass and do it the old fashion way.
Good practise for them in case of such event.
re: end user liability
AC @ Thursday 6th October 2011 00:23 GMT
"... whoever without authority makes, uses, offers to sell, or sells any patented invention, within the United States or imports into the United States any patented invention during the term of the patent therefor, infringes the patent," see 35 U.S.C. 271 (a).
That one word "uses" could open a right can of worms.
It's not clear on it's meaning. You could take it as the individual user of a product.
For example Apple sueing all users that use Samsung products that "infringe" on Apple patents and visa versa.
Next they will have bras on their heads and hook up a Barbie doll. Result: Kelly Le Brock
UK Call Centres?!??!?!?!
VM have UK Call Centres???
Just send metal theives into orbit, they can scrounge for the scrap metals.
...as thick as two short planks...
...remake IV, V and VI. It's pretty close to a remake with all the added CGI, etc.
After all Hollywood are remaking films that are not as old as Star Wars.
@MGJ - But of course
You will find that there are Sharia Courts in the UK. I think the total is 100 courts.
When will software companies learn that no matter what DRM you put into a product it will be cracked.
All this will do is piss off the people that bought the game especially if their Internet connection goes down.
Dealing with Indian call centres is a pain in the arse.
Companies operating in the UK should be forced to have call centres in the UK and employ people that can speak English clearly.
There are plenty of towns in the UK with high unemployment that the calls centres can be based. At least it will get people back to work and government will get more in taxes.
Looks like the tech companies will have to come up with a new storage media to replace Blu-ray that can put a full extended version on LotR onto 1 disc instead of splitting it over 2 discs.
Just what I was thinking as well...
"We recommend folks look at upgrading to Windows 7, which is the fastest selling operating system in history, selling over 400 million licences to date," wrote LeBlanc.
There is a difference between licenses sold and licenses in use.
Does this figure include OEMs who's computers are still in the showroom waiting to be sold?
The problem I see Google+ is that it's another way to profile you to sell your soul to advertising. And all the info that is on Facebook is Google's wet dream to know everything about you.
Once the next scandel brings down The Sun On Sunday, it might also take The Sun with it.
wasn't it writetyper for Jet Set Willy?
Bye bye Sarah...
...and good luck in your new venture. You will be missed amonst these pages.
One way to switch users
"The only way users will willingly switch is if there is a must-have service that they can't access with ipV4 and I can't see that happening any time soon"
Get Facebook to use IPv6 only. That will get a lot of end users switching over.
There is mention of a new file system called Protogon.
It's time for an enemy...
... that cannot be defeated by the Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver.
I'm with you dotdavid. I will not be getting one as long as there are "additional" fees for using the extra features on the box.
I won't even be paying up front. When my existing box "malfunctions" I'll demand a replacement for free or I'll cancel my subscription.
The logo still looks crap from the day it was unveiled.
Not matter what speed you have...
...you are still limited to the speed the host can send data to you.
Not if they are traffic shaping which they do at peak times.
My questions are
Like with previous Medal of Honor games (Allied Assault, Spearhead, etc) for the PC
1. Can we set up a dedicated server running on our own hardware or rented hardware that players can join ?
2. Can the players create their own custom maps ?
3. Can the players mod the game (like freeze tag, etc) ?
After the farce with Modern Warefare and the absolute crappy IWNet for P2P multiplayer game play (which has put me off buying anymore Activision/Infinity Ward games) I am hoping that all the questions for Medal of Honor is yes.
If not then EA Games needs to have a good think about the PC gamers.
After all it was the custom map makers and modders that made the orginal MoH series one of the best FPS games in years even when Activision tried to copy it with their first Call of Duty series.
...I use "There is an application for that" ??
This trip to the US of A must have blown the entire season's budget.
Guess they will make up for it by shooting all the other episodes on the strrets of Cardiff instead in the studio on the sets of alien worlds.
"This view is not shared by professor Stephen Hawking, The Australian notes. He recently warned: “I imagine they might exist in massive ships, having used up all the resources from their home planet."
Has Professor Hawking been watching Independence Day?
Facebook is a film??
I for one will not be watching this film.
I will keep my pennies for something that is worth watching. Cinema prices are bloody expensive.
I hope this will become a very expensive flop.
...the Demo Scene
1,000,000,000,000,000,000 British Trillion
1,000,000,000,000 US Trillion
Now if the Financial markets used proper British billions and trillions the national debt won't seem so bad.
Since I won't be buying an iPad the poor bloke can have my quota.
You never know, deities and aliens might be one and the same.
This is a title
The "green" part is no more people driving round reading meters.
Why the hell should people with land lines pay an extra tax so rural areas can have broadband?
I'm sorry but it's the telecoms companies that should pay for this. Not add more tax.
They asked for Government help because it isn't cost effective to put the infrastructure in place.
And what will happen if (not when) all this in place? Will they remove this "tax"?
Cut them off
If China won't allow freedom of speech on the Internet then I say cut them off. Deny China (and any other country that wants to do mass censoring) access to the Internet.
Put it this way we will have less spam, virus and hack attempts.
Why should we need to install a plug-in to opt out of Google Spyware?
Google Spyware should be opt-in and you opt-in by installing the plug-ins.
Isn't it time for Vivien Reading to look into Google Spyware like she did with Phorm?
Will they be releasing photos of the Apollo 11 landing site?
Why would you want WinMo7 to have backward compatibility with previous WinMo's?
Do you want WinMo7 to be bloated like Windows is?
Personally I think Microsoft should create a new OS (Windows and Mobile) from scratch and screw backward compatibility. Get rid of the bloat.
If your WinMo6.5 app is any good, the author would create a new version for WinMo7 to stay up to date.
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