73 posts • joined Friday 29th May 2009 11:08 GMT
Re: Has Microsoft forgotten already the "Flight" fiasco?
To stop apps updating over 3g just set your phone to only update over Wi-Fi
Start the play store and select settings, there is an option to Update over Wi-Fi only.
Looks like they are copying Nintendo again just like they did with the Wii remote (move). Which is funny has they dismissed both of the ideas saying they where not going to work.
Re: and Games Workshop...
Yes they even have chairs and things to play with. Have an upvote, was going to the very same thing.
Why not suck it up 2 floors and blow it the rest of the way?
I agree with you but $100 is too low and it should not depend on what your taking down, the small guy needs protecting more so than the big players.
Automated requests should be automatically be refused it is a just lazy cheap option for them . Either that or the "fine" for being wrong should escalate depending on how many you file a day and if it is an automated requests.
Re: I don't get it
Sadly it is only one day
What is the logic in that? People who buy a blockbuster movie are going to pirate the next one so need telling not to do it. Same with the "you would not steal a car add" at the start of movies now. All they do is annoy people and possible annoy then enough to either not buy movies or pirate then, both of which cost the industry money. When I buy a movie I want the movie not to be told I'm a would be pirate, after all I have gone out and spent my money on it and not stolen it, so why come and tell me not to steal?
Many site do not work without flash, BBC iPlayer being on on them.
I want a
one off Doctor Who special and not a one off Doctor Who special about how it was made.
There should 3 settings
1) Share only with friends
2) Share with friends and their friends
If the method of finding out what Facebook privacy settings are so complex they can be patented then they are to complex to be useful.
Lets look at the form http://www.bible-history.com/past/babylonian_creation_myth_clay_tablet.html. I believe that covers rectangular front screen with rounded corners. The rest may be valid but the form factor sure is not.
In December 2011, Samsung, Sharp and six others agreed to pay $388m to settle with OEMs and soon after seven more LCD makers including Samsung, Hitachi and Epson Imaging offered $553m to settle the charges.
Looks like the OEMs get all the money (extra [profits for them) and the general public will get nothing at all. The OEMs where there consumers and not the likes of you and me :(
Yes I would love them in include battery life too. Not so sure I would want them to just include the standby time, it is a smartphone so I want to do smart things with it if I wanted a phone I would get a dum phone and a week long standby time.
I could get a TiVo...
but I'm not paying yet more for the TV. I pay for the service from VM and I do not see why haveing a TiVo should have a monthly cost.
Germany wanted it so much it looked the other way while others cooked the books, and now Germany does not want to pay for it without the Federalization of the EU. I wonder if this was the plan all along.
So the bank 80% owned by the UK goverment to save cash offshored work to India. If they had kept the work in the UK the money spent atleast would have stayed in the UK to help the UK economy get going rather than India's. In the long run that would have helped the UK more ( and cost the UK less). If all the banks that have taken government cash offshore then all we have done is help everyone esle out at the expense of the UK economy.
So got paid just before it all went tits up...
In the meantime, the WikiLeaker-in-chief has been grumbling to a radio station that his homeland of Australia had ditched him in his hour of need.
When was the last time he lived in Australia, seems to me he had ditched them quite some time ago.
Before adding: "BUT there is no doubt that Assange has a real fear of being extradited to the US nor that the US gov is out to get WikiLeaks."
If the US wanted him what make him think the UK would say no any different to sweden?
The problem with UV I can see is who do you register your copy with, can you move that to someone else and for how long can you get access to it?
Tescos problem is they want to hold your "right to play" and lock you to them.
Would be interesting if this was the left over effects from a "digital bank robery"
Step one Open account with a small amount of cash
Step two break the bank system some how
Step three take the said deposit out and due to this not showing on your balance repeat a few times
Going with http://forums.theregister.co.uk/post/1449940 (Electric Panda's post) the transfering out is happening faster than normally.
Costs are being cut not because they need to be but because they can. Times are hard so lets take the opportunity to cut costs while can do anything about it.
Pro read it?
A hitchhiker researching a book on "The Kindness of America" is currently recovering in hospital after a gun-toting truck driver game him a small donation of some searing hot lead.
Game him what does that mean?
FaceBook is not worth $100billon. They are only floating share worth a very small faction of the company then scaling that up to say what the whole is worth. It is like me taking a tile from my roof selling it for $1 and saying my house is now worth $10 million.
Re: Are you sure?: re: rage
Aye did that on friends computer left me wonder if I had the right site.
I fail to see why they talk about greater standby times for a smart phones, If I only wanted to use it for calls I would have got a "dumb" phone. I want a greater in use time please!
and how much storage is all this going to take?
Re: The Big One?
21st you mean?
Considering it came out the SDK for Android 4.0.1 was publicly released on 19 October 2011 and the source code for Android 4.0 became available on 14 November 2011. Not seem a device come out with it no. All seem to be "will be updated to ICS later". So looks like the next version (Jelly Bean) will be launched before the current version is fully working on most devices.
Most companies while saying they care about the people employ do not, complain and get a "if you do not like it here you can always leave". So they are going to care even less about ones working for one they have do work for them, price is all they care about and how it looks not how it is.
If the battery can last all day with heavy use then sure bring it on, if not then no.
and then gets scraped and replaced by something thats costs more and does even less
Thank you looks like a useful addon, will be watching what it does with interest.
Battery life span on standby is largely irrelevant, for a smart phone they should quote various "use times" like talk, internet and application. Afterall who gets a smart phone just for it to sit in your pocket.
So dart is what that e-mail meant when Google said they would have to licence or find another way around Java.
Considering ZTE have said they wanted to bring their brand to the UK like HTC have, it is a good bet that they will launch a phone at some point without Orange. A 1Ghz phone that can do flash sounds great :D