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And those prices are ex. VAT.
2300 posts • joined 23 Jun 2009
And those prices are ex. VAT.
I imagine it's the same idea as replacing a body part on your car. You're not going to say that the roof isn't fixed just because it could technically be replaced if the manufacture decided to give the model a new lease of life and changed it for you.
Amanfrommars in a halloween costume?
Any ship designed like that is going to be immensely more complex and expensive than one which does not. Plus, if it breaks, you'll still need to know all this stuff.
The android version of the classic should be good. If they go for a removable battery, even better.
Tax the companies. I know the system is rigged in their favour at the moment but that can be changed.
So Dark Star wasn't a documentary?
It's called Gear VR. No solution, but did have a geeky moment when I was watching DS9 on it.
I have a pebble steel. It allows me to have my phone on silent but not miss a call and can read texts in meetings. Can even sent preset replies. It is a valuable addition to a smart phone.
Pebble 2 have connectors for smart wrist bands. It's suppose to be for stuff like extra sensors but you could probably put a small flexible battery (assuming anyone would be willing to risk it post note) into a wrist band. Of course my pebble steel lasts about five days between charges so it isn't that desperately needed.
If reasonable safety laws can be written products from cars to phones you'd hope that fridges and webcams wouldn't be too much to ask. Not having a default username and password that gets metaphorically written in the sky or can be updated to patch vulnerabilities should be the minimum manufactures are required to do.
The only silver lining is that if the tech giants keep getting whacked by DDOS powered by IoT then maybe they'll buy the laws that require IoT manufactures to start considering adding basic security measures to their products.
The silk part is interesting, is it the same as spider silk and silkworms?
You'd hope the relevant departments would be able to swallow their pride and ask for help (or at least look at the homework) of the regions were it went smoothly. Fat c(at)hance I know.
How many of them has he deleted?
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I have plenty of Scottish friends and relatives who use hold yer wheest to tell people to be quiet (well it sounds more like howl yer wheest but I translate to to hold in my head). I doubt there is just one dialect covering all the highlands and lowlands.
Can it handle Rab in full flow? If not then they should hold their wheesht.
The few times I have been over to the US for work the people I was working with had a far more lax attitude to drink driving and saw a lot more erratic driving than anywhere in the UK. A car I was it was almost hit broadside by a drunk driver who then went off the road and staggered out of his car. People not drinking and driving would be the best solution and this might stop people in the morning after but it won't stop people who think they're better drivers after they've had a few.
I can see this tech ultimately being used for work place drug/alcohol policies. Not willing to be implanted and tested remotely at random without warning, no payslip for you.
It's four minutes till I'm out of here, maybe later if I'm bored.
Was going to write a long rebuttal but as you're probably just another Putin troll I'll post a link to corporate media story:
Natwest froze Libya's accounts?
Here are some of those 'Villainous' stories you're talking about:
The list goes on and on. This isn't the west victimising Russian. This is Putin using hard power to destablise other countries and keep the flag flying high, no matter the cost to others or even his own people.
The 'State' normally controls the printing presses. Don't forget, money is just a useful collective delusion. An abstraction of value which facilities transactions. Money is only worth what you can get for it.
Crime, but where's the punishment?
Hmm, the article seemed to be focused on cosmetic surgery done in the private sectory but what about reconstructive surgery carried out by the NHS?
IRC, those were the days *wipes manly tear from eye*. The reason though why companies don't launch products based on open standards is that they can't lock customers in and competitors out.
Might not push the age of the universe back, more likely to change the time of matter cooling and star formation.
the wheel (and axil), electricty, germ theory of disease and that's just off the top of my head.
a new psion 5mx would just eat the entire note market in one bite.
'Although smartphones have grown a lot more capable over the last decade (we’re just about 10 weeks short of anniversary of the original demo at Macworld) their basic form factor has changed hardly at all.'
Blackberry is widely credited with creating the first smartphone, not Apple. Nokia and a whole bunch of others released smart phones before Apple. A rare example of biasis in favour of Apple from el Reg.
*edit* Lets not forget the lack of keyboard and removable battery as well.
I do. I had a Q10 and Blackberry abandoning their hardware is the only reason I don't have a passport or priv.
We need a viable alternative to Apple and the infantailisation of users and Google's privacy invasion policies.
We've been moving away from vb6/office based apps to java apps on a server for a long time now. In theory you can use the apps now on windows, macs, iOS and Android (as long as it had a good browser).
Either it will live up to the hype and I won't be annoyed at having spent the money when I knew something better was just over the horizon or it won't and Intel will likely drop their prices to keep people's attention.
My PC is dying a slow death. Suspect I was a little heavy handed when I put the new CPU in. Holding out for Zen though before I think about buying a new one.
You could stick a launcher like Hub on to take the edge of it.
It's a pity about the note 7, it was the Android that made me think seriously about leaving BB10 based on the merits of the phone rather than a lack of support for the former. Perhaps a Note 8 with a removable battery will roll along in 12 or 18 months.
The S6 isn't a bad phone, just a pity its battery life is utterly abysmal. If I use it full pelt I'd be lucky to get 90 minutes out of it.
They could have, just couldn't have done very much with it.
HR and marketing types have learned not to to send their best people to liaise with IT
Not just over stuff like this, even when they need to do something HR related it is the lowest ranked member who knows nothing and doesn't have the authority to order lunch who is sent and emails back with the answers (you hope to the questions you ask).
Tried to sync a yahoo calendar with hub+ yesterday, maybe this is why it wasn't working. Not like there could be any (accidental) collateral damage from tinkering with the settings.
You mean like tizen?
There's always BB10 or Jolla. Don't Fairphone have their own OS too? Firefox OS might make a come back.
I think they meant leave the EEA as well as the EU with WTO defaults in place.
Until the heads of senior civil servants and politicians start rolling nothing will change.
I didn't say it was alright, just why he and the journalists aren't potentially in legal trouble.
He wasn't entrapped into breaking a law but the rules of the governing body.
Pebble works on iOS and Android. Kinda works on win phone but doesn't have call/text notifications so not that useful.
The UV sensor was interesting but didn't want to tie myself to a windows phone. Glad I held off now.