Perhaps Microsoft and Nasa are sharing version numbers.
34 posts • joined 17 Sep 2009
Perhaps Microsoft and Nasa are sharing version numbers.
"If your phones can only do 100Mbps Ethernet and your users whinge that this isn't fast enough, tell them to get lost. Generally it is fine unless they are doing stuff like throwing high-res graphics and video around. If your phones can do Gigabit, you will have no problem."
Or, just add another gigabit network cable to the user's PC...
Great idea although the design seems to be working so far. They could however install fixed terminals so the falcons can place some food orders on-line at FunkyPigeon.com
Sounds like she was frustrated with his pointing device.
Note to self, when visiting Oz, say "No" if someone asks me to "Lick their toad" as it is unlikely to be a euphemism...
I have to say, Veeam Backup and Replication V7 (and now v8) is some awesome software for virtual machines. Used Vertitas/Symantec Backup Exec in the past and finding Veeam a lot better.
They also have a free Beta Endpoint backup out at the moment that's worth checking out if you need to backup individual machines, sadly not centrally managed, but still worthwhile:-
I agree with John, plus addressing certainly helps, but sadly there are a lot of websites that sadly prevent the + character being added in your email address when signing up due to poor input validation despite it being an acceptable character under email standards.
Certainly helps determine who MAY have leaked/shared your email address.
Awesome, thanks for the update on Dropbox being available - that makes Windows Phone so much better for me now, especially when linking to KeePass for my passwords using the open source Windows Phone 8.1 app, WinKee (hahaha awesome name!) (http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/winkee/e827d5bc-dbc1-4a4d-9b57-7beb693e3487
I had posted numerous requests on the Dropbox forum asking for support on Windows phone - assumed I would get an update when it was released but must have missed that. I knew I should have checked before saying it wasn't available. I had seen CloudSix, but was never keen on unofficial apps (using WinKee as open source and listed on KeePass website). Thanks for the update.
For me it seems like Windows Phone will finally play a little nicer with my Android tablet.
I have to agree with you on that one. I have a Lumia 1020 - procured it for free and would not have even considered purchasing one as I tend to prefer Android. The camera is top quality (why I am still using it), and the recent updates to catch up with android/IOS (pull down menu, cortanna etc) makes the device much easier to use.
Works well with infrastructure in an Microsoft orientated organisation, but the range/quality of apps available is deffinetly the bigget obstacle for the platform. There is still no official Dropbox app :(
Great game! I remember playing the demo for ages and saving up for the release and hoping I wouldn't get asked for ID when I purchased from WH Smith back in the day (Electronics Boutique/Game had turned me away earlier - bastards).
They put a lot of effort into that soundtrack with the various radio stations corresponding to tracks on the CD and it certainly paid off. You could also put your own audio CD in too if I recall.
...you said 'fanny pack'!
Interesting to see the stats on bum bag ownership levels IPhone 6 Plus customers.
(Paris - Need I say more?)
Did the researchers also consider the theory that women are attracted to men that have good genes (less prone to cancer)? Therefore, perhaps those with good genes are likely to sleep with more women?
Interestingly, there is some conflicting research below in addition saying that masturbation increases risk of prostate cancer (in younger males), but the reverse for older gents.
(I'll get my coat because I'm off to to buy some fancy jeans)
Still not as slick as John Connor with his Atari Portfolio in Terminator 2.
Had similar problems being forced from migrating from Be there's Pro serivce with mutliple IP's and being told officially at two weeks notice that the new Sky Pro service will only have one static IP. There was a Sky email to say that bridge mode will work under a new configuration on the old Be there modem, but sadly there support staff have not provided all the necessary steps to complete this set up.
I plan to move away once I source an alternative provider that can provide multiple static IP's.
"Our source added that he had used a private VPN connection to sign up to the ISP, but noted that many ordinary folk will fill in the form, safe in the knowledge that an outfit owned by BT would surely have its security credentials in order."
Hang on - did the source connect into plusnet's private VPN to eliminate a public network to the plusnet web server in order to complete the online form securely? Even if you are connected to a VPN, data will still be sent un-encrypted over HTTP (not HTTPS) from your VPN's gateway.....
What do these guys do when they need a pee? Seriously? Do they pop in store to use the staff toilets and when they do, do the laws of queuing result in them having to re-join the queue at the back?
Maybe they have piss-bags to keep them warm at night or worse go in bottles - but what about number 2's?
I'll stick to ordering on-line.
Black helicopter 'coz it looks like pee hitting the floor - something the local council would want to think about..
If they find that shocking, wait until these kids accidentally stumble upon Kanamara Matsuri (Japanese Festival of the Steel Phallus):-
Giant penis costumes and penis themed floats parading down the street. A perfect festival for all the family.
Paris? - Do you really need to ask why?
...is to ATTACK. Therefore, we must destroy the Sun to prevent any further acts of terror from this death star.
"Your analogue modem could not have run at 0.1Mbps "
I may be wrong but I took that as 0.1Mbps being slower than his last ISDN modem (128Kbps?) in which case I think he is right.
That site begins with an "i" - surely Apple have some influence over those figures ;)
Crumpler gets the thumbs up from me too - I bought the 'Double Charge' bag designed for large laptops. I use it nearly every day for over 4 years now when commuting in on my push bike. Lots of space and pockets!
You can turn of the auto-complete/instant suggestions here:-
But I agree, I'm not a fan of installing browser toolbars either!
Could be good PR for the SD card manufacturer if the card comes out in working order. Failing that, good PR for the data recovery company that manages to salvage the data. Certainly not a project I would want to go near!
...Goatse and the stars of Two Girls, One Cup?
Great idea, although the government would then have to regulate the bell marketplace. Perhaps offering licenses to organisations that produce bells of particular frequencies. The costs will have to cover the policing of the black-market for those unlicensed fake town crier bells produced in eastern markets. More jobs, lots of back slapping politicians, surely this plan can't fail - hazzah!
Paris? 'Coz she loves bell ringing.
...how long before Mammoth burgers go on sale?
Yep - the existing converter needs updating:-
I noticed two versions on the market for me with my HTC Desire HD. To get the non-US version installed I had to uninstall the updates for voice search using the market, restart then install the new international version and restart again after a force close error message. After that, all seemed fine. I can now get my phone to send texts, get navigation instructions using voice command - hazzah!
...because a network MAC address filtering system is not secure -yes, it can help but at the end of the day is not secure as MAC addresses can be spoofed.
Also access to company networks on personal mobile devices can be carried out from outside of the company network - e.g web email such as outlook web access and usually there is only comapny policy rather than a secure system in place telling users that they can't use personal devices on company systems.
The chubby googlers may learn something from Mr Partridge:
Alan "...I’ve got a scam going with a big plate. Do you fancy being my… co-eater… lady?"
I think a lot of corporate networks will have QOS anyway so critical services such as VoIP or VPN can be prioritised over web streaming anyway but I guess it will still affect web browsing.
If you are lucky enough like me to have access to the firewall configuration, you could look to set your connection to have highest priority for 'research purposes' during this fine sporting event.
Started reading more about this and I managed to update my T-Mobile HTC Hero phone using the update issued from the HTC website just following the instructions on their site. Accepted my serial number ok and let me download the firmware.
I purchased my handset from an online company that is well advertised on this site :D. The handset was unbranded so it had no T-Mobile logos on.
My firmware version was previously build 1.76.405.6
Ran the update forgetting to back up my photos and Footprints but luckily they were stored on the card and were still there after the update - phew!
I am now running a snappier interface - Not sure if all those valuable mili-seconds I have saved have been worth going through the update but I can now sleep better.
I bought this phone on a T-mobile contract - subscribed to the HTC's Hero update support RSS feed which doesnt actually display the new update yet :(
@ Patrick - I'm probably going to wait for T-Mobile to release their varient of the patch as have been happy with the phone so far & can live with a small delay - very cool phone though!