11 posts • joined Wednesday 23rd September 2009 20:53 GMT
200 million office workers gagging for a... Microsoft Surface
It's got ME!
Silly conspiracy theories! The only logical explanation is that the Russians are still using their stocks of Windows ME...
The iPhone 4 bumper works
The signal loss sans bumper was very annoying - maybe my big sweaty palms... Now with bumper, no noticeable signal loss. Simple, empirical evidence.
Remember Mark Thomas's 'People's Manifesto' pledge:
The Daily Mail should be forced to print on the front of every edition the words: "This is a fictionalised account of the news and any resemblance to the truth is entirely coincidental."
DAB my arse!
Whoever created that animation has some serious issues. Either that or they're about 5 years old.
"Analysis: No host nation has ever lost the opening game of the World Cup."
Maybe I'm wrong, but didn't the host playing the opening game only start in 2006 with Germany?
Not really the best stat' el' Reg...
I really want one, but it's utterly useless...
(at least to me) until Android supports WIFI connections through a proxy server. The best hope for this at the moment is an app that sets-up a tethered WIFI connection to the phone via a LAN connected laptop = messey! Hacking proxy settings into the web browser is less than ideal too, as I obviously want my connected apps online!
Many businesses and educational establishments use a non-transparent proxy for all connectivity. Until the Android dev's support this, then many 1000's of establishments can't use this device.
If this is also a show-stopper for you, please add your weight to this thread on GoogleCode:
Ribbon in Office 2003?
Open to being proved wrong here, but I didn't think the ribbon appeared until Office 2007???
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