19 posts • joined Thursday 9th July 2009 12:37 GMT
So when is The Reg going to add a Google+ button on its pages so that I can share articles there, like I can do for FBook and Twiiter?
"10 year high" is because of the quality of BBC coverage
"The sport has never been more popular with TV audiences at a 10-year high and the BBC has always stated its commitment to the big national sporting moments".
Prepare for 2012 to have TV audiences at a 10-year low.
I like it, but...
I Like it, but it does keep freezing up and generally misbehaving. Its at its best when being used during a race - I particularly like that it gives the sector times, and I see that data and who is in pit and out on track a split second before the commentators tell us and before the BBC feed updates on the telly. But it did freeze multiple times during the Canadian race and at one point the data was just wrong!
I tried to apply for an invitation to the beta last night ...
... guess what? "We're sorry, this service is only available in the USA currently"!! Why wasn't I surprised?
If the problem is PLT knocking out DAB and FM radio in the home, use a Sky box or a PC or Internet radio device to listen to radio stations from all around the world, not just UK based stations, and to do that ... plug the PC or Internet radio into a PLT. ;-)
Faster WiFi isn't the point Joshua.
I need to put my Sky box onto the Internet router for Sky Antime+ streaming and the Sky box is not WiFi enabled.
The router is in a different part of the house and I'm not about to start taking up polished Victorian floorboards to lay ethernet cables, so running it over the mains was my only real option.
I read the PDF and somehow missed that! D'oh!
No mention of whether GSM data can be intercepted? e.g. emails and other user generated data transferring over GPRS or 3G.
"Aren't there enough PCs, netbooks, phones, PMPs etc out there that already tie into users' Twitbook accounts?".
you ask an interesting question in the context that you carry "Twitbook" buttons on the page carrying this story! :-)
"Once the consoles' clocks changed to 1 March" ????
You need to do more research before making assumptions! Why not talk to actual PS3 users, there's enough of us on here :-)
My PS3 failed on Monday (actually, both of my PS3s failed) and the bug caused the clock to roll back to just before midnight on 31/12/1999, not 29/02/2010 as you reported. I then manually reset the clock to 01/03/2010 but could not log in to PSN. The next day, Tuesday, I could log into PSN, but the clock now showed a date in 04/2010 before I corrected it, NOT 01/03/2010 as you report. So the problem is probably a leap year miscalculation, but not as you describe it.
Why not go to the Voda web site????
Apologies if someone else has posted this, I haven't the time to read all the comments, but what's the big problem? The coverage maps are on the Vodafone website and took me about 5 seconds to fine, under FAQ. Much more detailed than what Ofcom published yesterday.
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