18 posts • joined Thursday 25th June 2009 10:05 GMT
no such exemption
"The same statute has been invoked in several high-stakes jailbreaking lawsuits involving Sony's PlayStation game console, which enjoys no such exemption."
As I understand it, the only reason no such exemption exists is that Sony settled out of court with Geohot, fearing that a judge might use the iPhone precedent to exempt the PS3 too?
"It's clear from the number of thumbs down people are flagging me with that they can't comprehend this simple fact."
Or maybe they don't think that just because you say something is a fact, it must be so.
Evidence or GTFO.
ditto here too
Took one look and marked it as spam.
Yep, I'm getting sick of using "Back" every time I vote on a post.
I've also noticed that some stories still say "be first to post a comment", but when you click on it, you see there are loads of them.
Ha ha ha!
I hope this is true; I've never actually laughed out loud at a Reg story before!
Not much different, with a few annoyances
I've done a clean install (took about an hour and a half) and this is the result :
Start up time appears poor.
Pre-install, the windows upgrade adviser swore blind that the Aero interface would not work on this machine, yet it works fine.
Apps are running faster than XP (but that might just be down to the new, clean installation).
Driverless webcams perform poorly, much worse than under XP.
My StarTech DVI KVM switch no longer functions correctly. When I switch back to the Win 7 machine, the monitor goes black and I have to disconnect and reconnect the switch-to-monitor cable to get it back. This is actually my biggest problem and if i can't fix it, XP will have to go back on until it is fixed.
It's difficult to see what the advantage over XP is.
Beer, because I need one.
"required by law to inform the authority of the address of anyone buying or renting a telly."
Yes, but they don't care whether it's the correct address down at Comet or Currys.
This is why I keep getting license fee demands for someone who does not live, and never has, in my house.
"Any professional IT support people using McAffee products in business should be fired for incompetence."
I have to agree with the previous poster.
It isn't the IT staff who choose crapware like this. It's some moronic manager who hasn't got the faintest clue.
However, it *is* the IT staff who have to take the brunt of it when it fails.
sounds like another excuse to take control of the internet
They don't like it because they don't think that people should be allowed to think for themselves without Big Brother holding their hand.
- It's true, the START MENU is coming BACK to Windows 8, hiss sources
- Pic NASA Mars tank Curiosity rolls on old WET PATCH, sighs, sniffs for life signs
- How UK air traffic control system was caught asleep on the job
- Google embiggens its fat vid pipe Chromecast with TEN new supported apps
- Microsoft: Don't listen to 4chan ... especially the bit about bricking Xbox Ones