insider trading to me.
208 posts • joined 29 May 2009
insider trading to me.
Indeed once you change to pounds and add VAT your talking £366 or so. Which given prices like to end in 49 or 99 will make it £399 not what I would call a cheap phone high-spec or otherwise.
If you want your older Android to updated pick a third party ROM for it.
The ads should be relevant to site I am visiting not what I did in the past, so would not need to track me or even run a script to display. As other have said if I search for something the chances are I purchased it. Which means advertising it for the next 6 months is very pointless and a waste of your time.
Delaying it how saves them having to lose it later, like they did with the other report.
Then after the next election they can quietly drop it.
I agree have an upvote
Who vets the supplier's supplier?
Nexus phones only get updated for two years, or is that considered the life of a phone now?
I found 4 of the 9 optional updates where to do with Windows 10 upgrade
kb2952664 Compatibility update for upgrading Windows 7
kb3035583 Update installs Get Windows 10 app in Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 SP1
kb3123862 Updated capabilities to upgrade Windows 8.1 and Windows 7
kb3173040 Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 SP1 end of free upgrade offer notification
If the Second Amendment was itself amended to "in order that shakedowns shall be well regulated, the right of CEOs to arm wrestle other CEO's shall not be infringed", it might be an better improvement.
Aye just what I was going to say, have an upvote!
Calories in 100 grams of Orange Juice (45) Vs 100 gm of cola (38). Going by that the orange juice should be taxed too and at a higher rate!
The Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) Amendments Act of 2015, which would have brought in some privacy safeguards for Americans, was cut down in the from a bullet in the form of a blatant attempt to grant the FBI warrantless access to people's browser histories.
Fix it for you :D
I think most of Apple's income sits in an offshore account waiting for a tax break so they can bring in back without it being heavily taxed. All that cash pile and they still need to issus bonds "Apple Set to Raise Up to $4 Billion in Asia-Pacific From Bond Sales"
[Quote]By the way, people fleeing from war are commonly referred to as ‘refugees’. Migrant is an economic term. That’s something your media should learn as well. But I’m digressing.[/quote]
I thought that you had to apply for asylum in the first country you got to not "flee" half way around the world looking for a place you like, at what point do they stop being refugees and become migrants when they travel so far across safe counties?
Quite a lot of the immigration problem can be put at Angela Merkel's door with her come to German speech she did a couple of years ago. The question is why did she do such a dumb thing as think only a few would come, a bit like having an open house party (parents away) and inviting everyone on Facebook then expecting the house to not to get wrecked!
Would be nice to think this was done due to them being close to the 10 year cut off and HR was playing fair.
HR1: Poor Bob only 1 month short of 10 years.
HR2: Well we need someone to give that training course in 2 months, lets give that to Bob and make him reduntant after
What as it got to do with GCHQ?
and the communities to receive its ultrafast broadband service of 300 Mbps, part of its £3bn fibre-to-the-premises investment are?
Considering the number of handsets that are not going to get the update, noget maybe more relevant :D
do not do any business in Delaware. That would include shipping anything into Delaware. You would also have to sued anyone who tries to ship into Delaware in the form of a grey market!
Just make a page with links to your region version of your site (.com or co.uk) or is that not enough?
Call it Iwasrobbedbyicann.word
So Fuck is okay to use but the word behind the "c-word-based outbursts" is clearly not allowed?
How much did go to landfill?, I do not think they managed to recycle everything.
Thats no moon :D
and the publisher wanted a bit of free publicity and so made the whole thing up?
You allow them to use a USB flash drive they found in the car park?
Aye the lack of it does make me think how bad is it that they are not saying anything.
Or you and turn off thier "whitelist" so you do not see ads from big corporations such as Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Taboola" and decide for yourself what ads you allow.
If the ad needs an off site script to display or wants to run a script it is going to stay block not matter how acceptable it is to someone else.
I wonder how many of the that bugs outside this "bug bounty program" got fixed after they where pointed out for what in the end turned out to be free. Also how many people will continue to bother with the program.
Maybe they where hoping they could get some free publicity with the program and not have to pay out. After all there code is Uber so not one was supposed to find any bug in it!
you offshore all the work no one at home can offered to buy it!
You forgot the many lunches and trip overseas to research how it is not done everywhere else?
@1Rafayal The next logical step would also make IDA pro free too?
[quote]Home Depot will pay at least $19.5m in compensation to the 50 million customers hit by hackers who infiltrated the chain's sales tills in 2014. The US home improvement warehouse will create a $13m fund to reimburse shoppers and spend a further $6.5m providing a year's worth of identity protection for those impacted[/quote]
Works out at 39 cents each, not going to get much for that?
Yes why should the script run in the browser be able to make any changes to the OS it is running on. Scripts should just change what is displayed inside the browsers window nothing else.
My coat it's the one with the long multi coloured scarf overflowing from the pocket.
I think a better name would have been Nick Nack, about the right size too.
What code I see no code or is the name of some function how called code?
[quote]Within two minutes, your iPhone – connected via Bluetooth to the control electronics – gets a reading, which it then processes and measures against the expected results, rendering a verdict: infected or clean.[/quote]
Is it your phone or their phone?
The full list of bugs – some reaching as far back as Android 4.4 as well as versions 5 and 6 – are below, but which version of the nexus is getting fixes?
what will it break?
Well there is a large stack of patents...
Or IT's broken man :D
Maybe when the cost of the downtime is greater than the cost of Onshoring it?
@Hans Neeson-Bumpsadese While I do not use pirated software the idea that pirated programs = malware is wrong. Considering a few time genuine programs have included a free gift of Malware.
what as an av going to do with stopping installing pirated software."?
Aye Doug S every time this story pops up I wonder why it only seems to be your right to be forgotten but only but only Google and not any other search provider.
governments where not so actively spying on all it's citizens, the same citizens would not feel the need to stop them doing it via encryption?
While most people have nothing to hide in terms of crimes, people do have things they would not like to be widely known?
Mine is not encrypted but the only even slightly embarrassing thing you going to find on myphone is what level I'm up to on candy crsuh!
Considering they only sued Google, Tidal (service) and Microsoft for allegedly failing to pay proper royalties for streaming their music in 2016 and the fact that Microsoft have settled out of court already means this is a bit more that a get rich quick scheme!. Microsoft are not know for give their money away to anyone who asks for it?