Re: Meanwhile, in other news ...
Sounds like that part of the software was designed by a Mercedes driver.
179 posts • joined 2 Sep 2009
Sounds like that part of the software was designed by a Mercedes driver.
I think we're still waiting for the response from the Iraqis, who had no WMD to hide.
Small boys in the park...
... jumper for goalposts
In this episode, Miss Marple investigates stolen data from a big company in Sometown. It is only when the super sleuth asks exactly when the attack took place, that she discovers the ddos started an hour after the data loss was discovered and a huge shitstorm ensues.
Stars Grayson Perry
Should be on BBC3 next week....
"Despite these attempts at remediating the breach" ?????
Do they mean 'remedying' or is this another symptom of the hack?
I think you'll find they're actually Audi now.
In Tour 72, it wasn't called Dark Side. The entire piece was called Eclipse, which ended up being one track name. And I still have the cassette recording I made at the Rainbow Theatre....
BT Sport also uses Silvershite. If they have to change it'll be another excuse to bump up the price.
But they still show some live races.
And you pay a licence so I can listen to the excellent 6Music and Radio 4 with no fucking adverts
BBC live races also seem to be able to manage proper live timing. Free.
or there's always the UK Roundabout Appreciation Society
... was yet another turd polisher
This is being fixed and we expect the revised message "service currently unawesome" to appear shortly.
Did I miss the article about Microsoft purchasing CCS Insight?
The problem comes when the other person thinks it is standard to swerve to starboard.....
What happens to driverless cars in tunnels?
Perhaps they should be integrating things a bit more and knock out a 27in retina screen iPad, or one with an attached keyboard so you can use it while resting on your lap. Now what could they call that? An iLaptop?
If they offered the men penis extensions, would that balance things?
"Unless it's been changed I'm pretty sure earlier articles mentioned that it couldn't be deleted from the iPhone 6.."
Another good reason not to buy one....
I have to use win8.1 very occasionally. Last night I actually managed to get the screen split between desktop and mail app so I could see both at once. Very helpful but how the fuck I got there I have no idea....
...to Microsoft on the birth of your new word.
Must have taken a trained bollocksmith ages to come up with that.
We need hover boots. Been waiting far too long for them
.... until you discover they don't allow tethering and you get charged god knows how much per megabyte...
12 inch screen, 800g, keyboard...
Congratulations to MS for inventing...... the laptop!!!
I've always been puzzled about the word route and the American pronunciation. I recall a Mr Chuck Berry (a gentleman of the American persuasion) singing a popular tune about Route (pron. ROOT) 66 and yet, in conversation it becomes Route (ROUT) 66.
As for Huawei, I would suggest a brand name of Happle or Hamsung
oh, that's a troll is it? I just thought it was a dick head. Thanks for the clarification
Idiot analyst invents the netbook.
Gosh - no-one thought of that before
What are all these governments complaining about? They keep telling us that it is necessary to keep tabs on our every move and that 'if you have done nothing wrong, you have no need to worry'. None of these governments should worry then if they have done no wrong, but they are worrying quite a lot.
I bet these xp users are still pondering whether to update to the Nokia 3410 or stick with the 3310 as they cruise around in their Rover 75.
Will this be able to control the iHover boots?
Can you let me know the FM frequency of 6Music and 4extra then please?
That's way too heavy for the frivolously stupid. Their poor little wrists would probably snap.
When you do, could you please not lay waste to Laos and Cambodia with your illegal chemical weapons again.
It's a brave country that uses napalm against civilian children.
... the psychedelic paint job one, had FUC100C
You seem to have forgotten where he came from. Wiki tells us "During the 3 years Elop was Nokia CEO, Nokia revenues fell 40%, Nokia profits fell 95%, Nokia market share collapsed in smartphones from 34% to 3.4%, Nokia's credit rating went from A to junk, Nokia's share price dropped 60% in value and Nokia's market capitalization lost 13 Billion dollars in value."
Having completed Part A, the phone business (target of the masterplan) becomes nice and cheap - especially as only one buyer is interested - so M$ save themselves several billion on the purchase.
And now, the Trojan Horse returns to the mothership with a top position, huge salary and quite probably a generous 'welcome package'.
It reads like a Jeffrey Archer story - if it wasn't true you'd never believe it.
Nokia shareholders must be delighted to have seen their investment wiped out by this chicanery.
Don't change the head, just get a Pure Highway. It's very simple.
There again, I am easily able to tell the difference between a classical music based station and a speech based station.
Blame Sky then - they were the ones that started all this pay pay pay for TV, so they get subscriptions AND have adverts to grab even more.
BTSport is not mandatory on the Sky platform. If you don't want to pay BT, don't.
Just keep supporting the utterly pure and respectable Murdoch organisation, you know, the one that paid £336m corporation tax on its £6.4bn income....
"RIP MotoGP on Eurosport :( Now only available on BT Sport."
Which is available on Sky (like eurosport is) and Virgin and is free to BT Broadband subscribers..In other words, a wider audience than Eurosport.
You had to pay for Eurosport, now you have to pay for BT,
If you had said RIP to MotoGP on the BBC, you would have a point.
MotoGP is now far bigger here because of the BBC's coverage (in spite of the crap commentators), not because of the French Eurosport's delayed coverage.
Football I couldn't give a free-kick about.
If you can't plug anything in it does rather limit things. Ideal though for the user experienced in Battleships and Solitaire.
Apple's cash reserves - reported as $146bn - matches the amount of foreign reserves the US government hold.
I expect the next new thing to be the iAfrican Country
MS service packs are only free up to the point when they get renamed as new versions. Windows 7 is Vista SP3, Windows 8 = Vista SP4.
If 8.1 was called WIndows 9 instead would that justify charging for it?
"Take the best tablet and make it better. "
Yes, the new Nexus is very good indeed.
"they say as long as you have XP SP3, and latest FF, you will have no security problems..."
and they are giving a money-back guarantee as well
I prefer the name 'Zune4'
Similar situation here. I'm in a small market town in North Suffolk. BT fibre is available sometimes - 50 feet from my house there is 76Mb connectivity and has been there for 9 months. When I ask about being connected I am told it may be available in March 2014, some 2 years after the initial estimate. My only other option to get a line >20Mb is to use a satellite connection at £75/month.
BT's rollout is pretty crap but it is substantially better than Sky, talktalk or virgin who, in the first 2 cases will wait for BT to install the kit and then insist on using it and in the third case are not in the slightest interested.
A plague on all your houses until someone can bridge that massive 50 feet and get a bloody wire to my house.
Downvoted everybody for everything as I fell asleep halfway down the first page
OpenSUSE 12.3 has MariaDB as default.
I understand the 5S has just been awarded Product of the Year by the prestigious Rohipnol Users Group