61 posts • joined Wednesday 8th July 2009 22:59 GMT
Useful at all?
How is this of any use to anyone? I'm probably being brain dead but being as it gets the key from memory so you'd have to have made someone enter the password in the first place?
Hibernate is a non-issue as you just don't use it.
Re: Yeah it's cheaper
You can always get an S3 if you really want one, it'll only cost £200 for the reader.
Blocks of flats?
So how will this work then?
Ring every flat in a building until someone answers? ;)
Re: Very strange behaviour indeed
Not really, you did read the "for advertising purposes" bit didn't you?
They both had a PowerPC processor so that makes it an Apple Powerbook?
It also has wheels so I guess it's also a Ferrari because they have wheels too.
Re: Lost profits?
You're not getting the point of this are you? How are Samsung a knock of of Apple?
Re: Hey, this is progress
Sorry, Apple innovated what exactly? The tablet design....erm, pretty sure that's common sense it definitely isn't innovative and was around before Apple released the iPad......slide to unlock? Pretty sure that was just thrown out in a UK court?
Why do Apple sorts seem completely oblivious to Apple's complete lack of innovation these days? What next, they invented the phone....and electricity.
They're the same emails as the linkedin/lastfm ones and it only went to my dropbox forwarder.
So pretty much every single Sheffield suburb and surrounding area will have or is getting fibre yet the city centre still isn't even on the 'we might be thinking about it' list.
How does this work again?
"but just a 1280 x 800 HD screen and no rear camera."
You've seen the price right?
And the dot pitch of the screen is the same/similar to the retina display on the Macbook Pro.
Re: Oh no! Not 'The Beats'!
MP3 is not crap. Maybe you should do some listening tests and publish those to prove you can actually tell the difference between properly encoded MP3s and the source material before stating audiophile nonsense.
This just reminded me of two (nearly) identical bits of spam I got a couple of weeks ago before all this kicked off. I have different emails for each site so I know where spam likely started.
One was to my last fm email and one to my linked in.....coincidence? I think not, it also implies that this data has been around before this was revealed?
My dad bought an A310, then we got an 80MB HDD for it, then we got an A5000, then dad got a RiscPC and upgraded to a StrongARM with the PC card as well. Finally when I was a student what else was I supposed to spend my money on ;)
BASIC V was amazing, I believe the whole module would fit into the cache on a StrongARM so it ran interpreted BASIC ridiculously fast.
But companies like FiiO make much more fully featured headphone amp/DACs than this for less money. I bought an E7 because I have sensitive IEMs and my work PC output is too noisy.
Don't be silly about ABXing, The Reg are just another What Hi-Fi? when it comes to audio reviews, i.e. to be avoided and ignored ;)
So crutches for IE6 then?
Kind of like what HP have done with Quality Center?
IE6 native or IE8/9 with a helper app type thing. Hopefully Ion is better than HPs method :)
I really don't understand these plans
We'll do all the surrounding areas of Sheffield but the city centre, nah we're not bothering.
So will this actually be dependent on the mobile operator? I don't want to have to wait for O2 to push it out or I'll still be here next March waiting.
The sub versions of 2.3 have all been available through Keis.
Just getting Infinity in Sheffield city centre would be a good start.
O2 want you to pay £1 for the privilege of viewing any sites they deem unsuitable across their mobile network. Even if you've been a customer for 5+ years and you're blatently old enough.
How would this work?
My dad got a letter and hasn't had them plugged in since he first got them years ago. Since then he's even changed routers. A MAC scan isn't going to help as they've never been plugged into the new router.
I very much doubt this is how they knew to send the letters. They'll just know who had them when they sent them out surely?
You have to wonder...
...who the developers are that manage to build websites that only work in certain browsers?
In this day and age if they can only make a public facing site work in a single browser they shouldn't be allowed to call themselves developers.
No problems here
Updated both my machines (64-bit) when SP1 came out and had zero problems since.
So I guess a fix will be rolled out by O2 in 2014 then? ;)
Instead of them telling you why not install the Compatibility Reporter and help them test by reporting which ones don't work even when enabled?
I've not had any crashes with b6 but a few addons still don't work even using the compatibility mode.
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