849 posts • joined 17 Sep 2009
I don't know.....
...£200,000 sounds about right for an original inkjet cartridge these days.
Re: So what you're saying here
You think those are bitcoins you are working on.....meh, that is mealy the cover story.
Re: No announcement of the problem
Maybe they don't have 24/7/365 twitter writers, maybe it was their day off and they were using Facebook instead, or maybe Google+, or even a blog, heck maybe they shared some photo's in Pinterest whilst syncing it with their Flickr accounts ...who knows.
Still glad after 30 minutes your entire would stopped collapsing and you could return to you instant gratification.
" the option to install applications from non signed sources. "?
I guess you mean "installation...other than play store" and by that that you may mean anyone that want to download from say, Amazon?
Re: What ever happened to the old connection options on Android?
Right Click on USB device > Eject Device.
However if you've altered settings / installed device syncing software, you may not get this option.
Re: "impair the quality of internet access services"
Net Neutrality isn't really about if voice or video have bandwidth priority over email, it's all about content of the same type and how it's delivered.
Google (YouTube) say, if you get a stream from YouTube and another from iPlayer, if you give us priority, we'll bung you £50million a year.
Sky Broadband give top priority to any Murdoch owned site over others and even throttle those of rivals.
So it's not about what you speed up / slow down, but WHO you speed up / slow down.
From the article:
"the proposals define 'reasonable traffic management measures' as activity such as the blocking or throttling of communications to combat serious crimes like the distribution of child pornography."
There, not hard.
Re: And end to VOIP?
Go back, read, comprehend. Post....
Oh BTW if you think that you have end to end QoS on the open internet, think again.
Re: Less time for the real thing
Evidence to back that up?
Bearing mind she has been arrested & convicted multiple times before, so no first time offender.
Go here, more up your street.
Interesting that this article doesn't bring up the thorny issue of advertising.....
Already exists.....It's called Channel 4.
Re: How many???
Why? Thousands of stores, each doing thousands of transactions a day + online transactions. Not hard to get that figure.
Re: With that habit, the hospital could have arranged for her a special
Incorrect: From the NHS:
Additionally, a liver transplant will also not be offered if you are:
abusing alcohol – most transplant centres only consider a person for transplant if they have not had alcohol for at least three months
abusing drugs – most transplant centres would only consider a person for transplant if they attend a drug rehabilitation course and remain free from drugs for at least six months (some transplant centres will accept people who are currently taking the heroin substitute methadone)
Hmmm at 1st I'd say WTF, but it was applied for in 1999, about the same time "Wi-Fi" was founded. So yes it well may of been fairly unique back then, but it's so vague, it should of been struck down on that.
Re: Has Simple Air ever actually made anything?
Going by the one page website, no. Troll is the word you are looking for.
Re: Hang on a minute...
It is not just predictive text, it is also allows for error correction and put's the predictions in a separate area, not in an in-line drop down or type ahead.
So despite having a Samsung myself, I think Apple are correct on this one.
So they are charging a fortune...
....for a basic 2 factor authentication? Something many banks and email providers do for free.
You should not be charged this amount of money, just so they can follow a simple procedure.
I help run a small Charity and, bar a few paid employee's, the rest are working for gratis. Doesn't stop us having to raise a few hundred thousand a year for Rent, electric, gas, rates, equipment, rubbish disposal, training, statutory legal obligations and on and on and on.
Oh do shut up and learn about trademarks.
And probably about a million other ones.
Re: Heaven help you ...
Dear Nigel, please read previous comments before posting.
Somehow I don't think so.....
Otherwise Wessex, Sussex, Middlesex, Essex and many other places in England would be wiped of the map quite quickly (some may argue that's no bad thing).
Cawing of the Vultures heard by more IT pros than ever before
Pro's? Have you read some of the comments....
Re: Not Microsoft's fault @Sanctimonious
Linux has holes as well and that has millions of "workers" lookign at it.
Code is complex get over it.
Course they are not pleased, they have discovered that millions of pounds of stockpiled cash may not belong to them after all....yes I know unrelated to the article, but that the norm here isn't it?
I worked on the premise that Anti-matter = Anti-Ageing
Nice to know that CERN might be about to rediscover my hypothesis, circa 1427 BC.
Re: Antimatter information that is newsworthy:
Anyone linking to amanfrommars is not smoking anything, directly injecting maybe, but smoking no.
....just pay the University's tax payers, sorry government, funding in bit coins as well and all will be well. Just don't ask for handouts when it crashes. Of course if it goes up, you will make a tidy profit.
Now I know this could come across as 'freetard whinges as profit-making entity takes away his free toys'...
Re: What about storing coldness in liquid nitrogen?
Then the ensuing condensation would blow the crap out of everything in there.
Re: Argument seems illogical
I agree this argument makes little sense. Our UPS room is the size of a single persons office, provides about 5 minutes of power to a few hundreds stock servers, but we have a bloody great generator to kick in within about 30 seconds of power loss.
To me it seems more like, we didn't bother investing in them as we thought we were OK, so cut it from the budget.
Now doubt other will slasg them off....how can this happen...fully patched....Linux blah, blah, blah.....weka passwords, drone drone drone...
But I'd rather a company fess up and say, ooops we screwed up, than the usual bullshit...our customers data is always, blah, blah, blah.....
Are they only pulling the ones that screw up Google's main revenue stream? The fact it does undisclosed other things is pretty much part and parcel of owning an Android device and I know I have one.....Hmm a clock that needs to read my SMS messages and contacts...why does it need to do that again?
As pointed out....
...this is more likely to do with Vodaphone owning Energeris sorry Cable and wireless, no hold on, C&W Worldwide, no sorry, Thus or whatever the bloody hell name they are using these days.
Why does this....
...just smack of a survey carried out in large cities?
Re: If you're not a terrorist, you have nothing to worry about
To right, one person's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter.
...they must of broken the internet, so far no one complaining how they should stick to Latin character sets, despite much of the world not using them.
maybe they've discovered...
several million pound of extra unused credit just lying around, that they never knew they had.
Re: Plot for a 90's scifi?
Luckily, I've disconnected my 2.4 kilobaud modem from it's coupler.
Re: The Last Secure Option
yes because plugging into a wiring frame or tapping an ISDN line is so hard.....
"Her child had to wait for two hours whilst she drove for 20 miles to get to the school, because she wasn't able to call a family member to help, she claimed......
More to the point, why the fuck weren't the school trying alternative contacts. Ours have to have at least 4!
Re: no sane person would want anyone like that to have any claim to represent them
"Anyone remember the massive safety improvements Scargill and the NUM brought in - or do we only have the Daily Mail history of the 80s?"
Would that the same Scargill that tried to buy his flat, bought in under a Thatcher government, a scheme condemned by Labour, then got the NUM to pay for the flat for decades via some dodgy other "union".
But this is Google....
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Re: Incompetent parents win again...
Err the Hotels, unless you parents are expected to carry around a phone lock every time.
Guess you're to stupid to read the complaint.
Try this analogy it's better, than your fucked up one.
You take the kid to the shop, they want a magazine, you pay for it with a credit card. Then for the next 15 minutes , they can buy anything else in the shop, without asking for the details again.
Now doesn't so so clever does it.
Ha ha ha ha haah hah haaa
Ha ha ha ha ha ha haaaaaaaa..
Oh the irony.
Ego, firmly knocked down
Don't worry about hitting them with a fine.....
...just make them switch all new Chrome installs default to Duck Duck Go....and force them to offer the choice to current devices, bit like MS with the browser choice.
"So a good thing that they weren't bought by Facebook then.!"
Or Google...Oh wait.....
Maybe the reason no other bank is doing it is they don't see much point in it either.
Re: What "restrictions"?
From what i can make out.
It was a Win / Lose case.
She won the right to show the match, but not the right to show the overlay graphics or previous highlight clips.
It was a complex case and as far as I'm aware is still not fully resolved.
Yup, the brand of being an obnoxious prick. Need to defend that one, which he has done wonderfully..
You're holding it wrong.....
...turn to portrait, If that doesn't work, buy a bigger phone.
No big deal.
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