Re: I wish them luck
Maybe they don't like the idea of Cyanogen being funded by Microsoft?
2050 posts • joined 17 Sep 2009
Maybe they don't like the idea of Cyanogen being funded by Microsoft?
A "pocket sized "2m x1m screen...Samsung are releasing it next year, Apple 3 years later.
...was it also called something else? Or is my memory finally giving up on me.
So not like these then?
Except all of the train companies mentioned only operate short distance commuter lines into London?
Kidderminster > Birmingham > London
Stratford Upon Avon > Warwick > London
I saw an article in the newspaper, by the council about a certain scheme they are running.
Can I find it on the website?
...they are free to install any other data slurping app, you know the flashlight app that needs an internet connection, access to your contacts and to read text messages and phone info.
Yes, "popped" the trunk / hood / bonnet / boot /cherry
All new terminology, not been used anyway before.
This may help.
You may want to get out a little more.
"Didn't Ballmer himself state that from Vista forward, " the entire codebase of Windows has been rewritten from the ground up!""
The only instance in Google for that quote you used is your post. Unless you don't know what quote marks are for of course.
Illegal immigrants should also be deported instantly...
Are you REALLY that stupid? Do you have a bloody clue about immigration other than the shit UKIP and the Daily Wail print?
Say you are, I don't know, a member of the opposition in some war torn country run by a depot dictator. Your husband has been hacked to death and your daughters raped
a) Apply to the same government in order to get a travel visa, then wait 6 months for the UK to respond to see if you are allowed in finally get on a plane, which of course has the same security teams that ruined your life.
b) get the fuck out of there.
"My car dashboard does not use the same UX as my microwave, which is different from my radiator controller ..."
No, but Google / Apple and MS are working on that.
So what do you propose? They should get £50 per chip produced? Does the same go for Qualcom, Samsung, Intel,Ericson,Texas Instruments etc. Your £500 phone now costs £50,000
At then end of the day, it's only a single component of a much larger package, Yes it's important, but so are most of he other bits that others have had to design and get to work together.
not an issue, they will continue to do it, then our government will just say they don't need one as it's required to be at the centre of this tech.
"when my infant son Veer fell off a bed in a hotel in rural Vermont, and I was concerned that he might have a concussion."
So what you do, if you think you child has a potentially life threatening condition, is to look it up on Google and see that it's ok, he's only got malaria or find that "Little Joey" fell off the bed because it turned out he had a brain tumour or somfink and that like, 300 hundred of her mates yeah, just like, thought Urrrggh it was part of being like a toddler like.
Hint: if you think you child has a potentially life threatening condition, go to a fucking hospital or at least a doctors.
Maybe if he had a 500w PC the auto-correct would work correctly.
Windows XP End of Pre-installed Sales Date: October 22, 2010
This sounds like a bunch of whiny sales people not doing their job and selling kit when they should of done.
I think they used to use in on the cbbeebies and CCBC website, but think it went a while ago.
..you could just kill flash, all will be well.
...this is aimed at all the foreigner nationals, buying up stock and then just renting it out, whilst claiming they live here to scam some taxes.
I doubt they will give a toss and ignore the law anyway.
..Linux, OSX, UNIX, Solaris etc are written from he ground up? That brand new Linux kernal just released is completely new and not one bit of code has been reused.
...work out WTF its going to do when a road is closed due to an accident and it just ploughs on regardless of the person on the left frantically waving at you to slow down.
Yes, but you missed off "Zero known users. Zero known apps
Facebook, twitter, instagram, candycrush, LinkedIn...of course many of those are happpily bundled in standard the People App...well that's 90% of user needs fulfilled.
Here blows Google / Apple maps out of the water. Lumia cameras better than anything Apple and Samsung offer for even close the price (the app itself is way better). Mixradio another great one, oh of course Cortana.
Still have to use my Samsung from work for my gas / electric readings, so it does have some use.
Oh as you see, not AC and not a MS employee
from the people thought 640k was enough for anyone.
You're new here I guess, otherwise you know that is an urban legend.
He *may* of said "640k ought to be enough for anyone", well, in the 1970's it probably was"
I think the UK and Europe is quite popular for Lumia's, but less so the rest of the world.
Saturday was weird, out of 5 people I saw using their phones, 3 were Lumia's.
Why would you want to drop a tool pallets onto a small touch screen when you could by a full blown touch screen for a fraction of the price?
As for things like MIDI, part of the issue is, especially Android (yes fandroids this is a fact) is that Apple have the edge as they control the hardware and software, so the timings can be tightly controlled and given a known config. MS could do this to an extent, as most phones sold are the Lumia's but for music control, Android is out.
...as I have 2 EE phones next to each other, in Birmingham and surrounding areas 4G is pretty damn good, 3G is pretty shit.
Yes feel free to laugh as your subs for <insert product name> go up to cover these costs.
Well mass shootings are here:
...trying to work out the difference between the two bloody great images other than one actually has a alt tag to it.
Maybe, just maybe, 2015 will be the year of common sense.
Of course many of these 2003 server will be running in a VM, Yes you can still get attacked, but if not internet facing, decent practises are followed, then risk can be reduced to an acceptable amount. It's simply a risk vs cost scenario.
Welcome to globalisation.
"Think what could be funded if they dropped that stupid idea for a train-set."
Oh c'mon, it's going to knock a whole 20 minutes off the Birmingham to London link, making it easier to fly into Birmingham then onto London. then when done, leave London and fly out from Birmingham.
And also how do we check they have complied? Can I just pop down and have a look?
Out this in balance, this guy may of transferred billions in the past, so this may of just been another days transactions to him. if he's getting 20 or 30 of these a week, it is business as usual.
The amount may seem huge to us, but may of been loose change to them.
"...the secret policy breached Article 8, the right to a private life, and Article 10, the right to freedom of expression without State interference,..."
And the punishment will be....NOTHING!
..if I hadn't had a profit since 2011, I wouldn't of left it 4 years before closing the unprofitable stores.
If you are making billions then yes you can have a few loss leaders to keep up the brand image (but even Tesco couldn't sustain this), but not when you are making a loss.
I was thinking the same
"It showed it cost taxpayers £10,500 a day"
FFS I thought our consultants shafted us on a per day rate.
"Maybe it's time to produce construction robots as well then"
Ahem...may I draw your attention to:
Is it me or did that actually make no sense
"Bribing for a room upgrade". So handing more cash over for a better room? okaaaayyyyyy.
Any privacy legislation will be as ineffectual as the UN.
To right, the 10's of millions of refugees helped by UNHCR would agree, as would the millions of kids helped by UNICEF, and what about all those people helped by UNAIDS, pretty sure they would also agree, lest we forget the millions of people helped by food aid? Of course the ITU have made it impossible to make even a single call between Europe and America, let alone get hold of someone in Japan.
These amazing super duper cars that open from your super amazing ,state of the art smart phone.....what happens when the phone battery is flat?
Actually I think you will fins it IS a vertically challenge planet.
Build a tech hub at a site with shit comms.
Nothing like a bit of forward planning there.
Capex vs Opex
"massively underestimating how many dollars & years of research + data collection actually went into it?"
And yet Google still expect you to park on a motorway.
"The exact methods of installing these malware is unknown; however, we do know that the iOS device doesn't have to be jailbroken"
!Based on what we know now, there is no evidence that credit card ....were targeted or compromised.!
But everything you need to obtain loans, credit cards, driving licenses, property and on-line payment services were compromised.
...can we just have someone that doesn't have an agenda based on fear and fairy tales?
another idea for our mob to protect us from <insert this weeks scare>