1260 posts • joined 23 Jun 2009
Re: Looks like many are missing the point
The way the system is setup Wales, Scotland and N. Ireland can get rode over rough shod if one of the big two (most likely the tories but Blair managed it in '97) gets enough MPs in England. You can probably add the west and north of England to that list too. I'll never vote for a party that will be in goverment because of accidents of history and geography and so if you're not in the south east of England you can pretty much get shafted for all the good the Westminister will do for you. Reform would go some way to even out the massive imbalances of power inherient in the system but I can't see the English people or Westminister parties allowing that to happen.
Re: If i had a vote
I distrust Brussels less than London. There's your main problem.
Re: If i had a vote
The weather in Scotland isn't good enough for it to be part of the UE anyway. I wasn't aware France was a member either.
Re: QT Framework
Ah, the n900. Probably the best thing Nokia ever made (though the 1020 would come a close second).
What, no reference to Jolla and Blackberry?
"has a 1,700mAh battery, 1700mAh removable battery"
It has two batteries? If hotswapable interesting concept.
Depends if they had bought the handsets outright. If so they might try to return them for a refund or sell them on to a comerical buyer.
Always thought phones4u was a bit more expensibe than CPW but the lack of competition can't be good.
As for who said what to whom and why they had to close now, I am sure it will all come out in the lawsuits.
we could call them swift claws
40K come to life then.
The B in backwards was the normal orientation. For the few people who can mirror read and write that looks quite interesting.
This is one of the reasons I like BB10 so much. If an app wants lots of privlages I can deselect them and the app will still work. With android it's either bend over or walk away.
Biometrics are usernames, not passwords.
Which is why I turn stuff like that off.
"Did they buy the moulds from the Blackberry Z10 production line?"
Given that there's no micro sd card and the battery is non-removeable, no.
Some of the gimmicks in the phone sound interesting like the tilt to scroll (until you need to run to catch the bus anyway). Best reason to buy one of these is still to get the instant prime video but it's a lot cheaper to buy a kindle fire for that.
It all depends on the fees the other networks have to pay to use when they don't have their own coverage.
Or perhaps some public body could put them up and charge the networks based on market share for the roamers.
Microsoft buying nokia was a bit like a dog chasing a car. Now it's caught it, it doesn't know what to do with it.
All in all, if you're a social networks animal, you're currently better served with
Android Blackberry. FTFY.
Still, with here maps and if amazon release an instant video app for it would be a bargin if it is £50.
Good point. I didn't think it would be air tight but it's possible.
Wouldn't the alcohol have boiled off with the low air pressure on the way up?
Not advertising for anyone but I had a quck look around and here is an example of what the Asus is up against:
1Gb of RAM?
I wish they would stop crippling these things by design.
These are the types of stars and their explosive tempers I want to watch on a Saturday evening.
Suddenly I am filled with the joys of Spring. No, truely.
I can see some problems with this arrangement before I even start but what about having a body of professional civil servants who hear what lobbyists have to say, does some fact checking and then writes a summary/report/whatever of the meeting and their findings and that gets passed onto the politicians who make the decision? If the money is at least one or two steps removed, perhaps it would look less like big companies buying the laws they want and are treating politicians as non-executive board members.
Best reason by far to buy one of those watches.
So, how long before the 3D version comes out?
The title is too long
"If you don’t use Gmail, don’t have your contacts in Google and don't store your music on Google Play, there is arguably little point in buying Glass."
Should start the review with that.
Could this be put into cheap, lower power phones? I know that data rate isn't great it would be a step up for Nokia 100.
If 4-D ultrasounds haven't taken off it's hard to image this doing the same.
It's good to talk, but not to listen.
Sigil. I know it's not being developed anymore but it still does everything I need.
Re: Who is Tom ...
I think for well-known read someone they can afford. It could be good but given the movie ended with them scrapping the system it would have to be a prequel or hit the reset button. That or it's set after with the precogs looking to right wrongs that haven't happened yet. Touched by a leaping precog?!?!?
What about BB7/BB10?
Illegal terms in contracts are not enforceable.
Sounds like a tool for harassment rather than law enforcement. Wouldn't this count as a thought crime?
I think getting pen input right on tablets could make them hugely more functional. I did a lot of proof reading and note taking on my PRS-350 and now my T3 (the e-ink screens help too). Now we just need to wait a few years still Sony get back in the business or tech like this comes down in price.
You beat me to it. When I installed a torch app on my Q10 it asked for stuff like GPS, contacts, internet etc etc but as it was a native app I was able to deselect them all and the app still worked (as turning the flash on required none of those things). With ported Android apps or running those apps directly, you have to accept or reject the entire app. Huge, huge flaw in Android design.
I've said it before and I have no doubt I'll have cause to say it again. When I go on holiday my tablet needs charged when I get to the hotel. My e-reader needs charged when I get back home. I do no reading on the tablet. It is poorer in every single regard except it has colour.
I would have thought if Microsoft keep plugging the imaging technology in phones like the 925 and 1020 they've have a ready made niche right there.
It upsets the people who
bought paid for their elections so go to come down hard on it.
It's like the forms you have to fill in when you go to the US i.e. are you planning to commit a crime while you are here. Of course you tick no but if you get caught jay walking then you've lied on that form which can be quite a serious offence. They probably won't go for the reporter unless they want him for something else and can't prove it. Then they'll wheel this out and try to run him down with it.
Any Coincidence that Dr. Who is starting this weekend as well?
Re: James 51
Judging from news reports the NSA went after everyone and everything regardless of its value to them and even broke the laws they were suppose to be uploading in order to do so. I've only seen a few articles on this but both of them said that the politicians weren't the main targets of this surveillance and when they realised what had happened the recordings were destroyed. Given their recent past Germans are a lot more sensitive about this than most western countries it could be that they’ve got not only checks and balances but enforce them as well.
Would be interesting to know if they really did delete it once they realised it was irrelevant to the case they were investigating. If so their moral authority isn't that badly dented.
The size of the fine needs to be a lot larger than any profit made otherwise it's just the cost of doing business. But the article doesn't state the size of the contracts or an estimate of Samsung's profits on them.
Is there any proof that these ads represent good value for the people who are paying for them?
If the fans take a video of something that happens in front of them and uploads it, they are violating copyright? I know there are big money contracts signed for broadcasting matches but this does sound more like breach of contract that copright violation (am assuming there is something in the ticket small print).
At least now we know the reasaon why Man U banned tablets.
Re: *every* IT post?
three years is maybe a bit much. Use to help train new starts and always told them it would be at least a year before they started to work independantly of their mentor.
I saw an ad in 2013 asking for three years experience with server 2012 once.
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