I hope they have a huge pile of kit....
...or it's going to be the shortest competition in history.
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...or it's going to be the shortest competition in history.
As usual, Apple fans are claiming a first when already been done by someone else:
The likeness is uncanny.
Hasn't kernal.org been hacked and rooted as well? Still the repositories, were secured using sha-1, which as we know is rock solid.
So please show me a major vendor with an un-hackble system.
Sure can you name one of the major players that don't buy in 3rd party companies for their talent?
Oh yes, also you can do a lot with screen savers and GPO's
Turn off screen saver, save energy, job done.
It's 2015, not 1995.
No, Apple are going to make it impossible to make any changes to any part of your system, including the icons or colour scheme, unless pre-approved by iTunes Staff.
why even install a 3rd party screen saver these days?
Your new here I guess....as are many of the others down voting.
Freshers, got to love them.
You can get all that in a single box, just will knock you back several thousand pounds for your very niche requirements..
...one less thing to support and others do it better.
...Do NOT sell HERE to Facebook. It is very, very, good, it works brilliantly and I don't want to "sell" my travel data to that lot.
Do you have any idea how long it would take to do a decent overwrite?
Puhlease. Are you saying that the humans cannot memorize passwords?
Not when one wants 10 alphanumeric, excluding special characters
The other want between 6 and 15 and include special characters
Another wants more than 10 including special character, except for spaces, comma's, full stops
Another wants less than 8 but must contain at least 1 uppercase, 1 number, 1 special character
Another wants more than 15
Another want 10 but must contain at least 2 numbers and 2 uppercase
And so on and so on.
Nope not Password1 or Password2, they've introduced complex password requirements now.
it's now Password1!
I'll take your PEBACK and PICNIC and raise you a:
Computer User Not Technical
...there are sure some noobs about today....
Either that or the Apple marketing department and got a fresh set of unpaid interns again.
I hear Thomas Edison is hoping to move into LED light bulbs soon.
So web "publishers" knackered by failure to follow good practice then?
...should of used NT4 to do the software, it would sort itself out about every 30 days.
No they don't.
Isn't your "argument" for it, pretty much the argument against it?
"how many of you have reviewed the hardware and software of your existing dumb modem/router"
So a router that could do "little" more than allow direct access to your network or compromise your DNS, now allows far, far more attack vectors.
And more unpatched attack vectors (less face it we can't rely on the vendors or ISP's to do it) is bad news.
Ah you should wait ten mins before chastising them, then they can't delete
SpecDrum. Wonderful piece of hardware and not expensive (£30!)
That would be around £100 in modern money, so wasn't that inexpensive.
Dot martix printer....that can only mean one thing...
Oh shut up, you're as bad as the Nazis
So if you had a MacBook, or a iMac. you'd be happy with a preset background and icons, never being allowed to change them?
"The Greens also felt that a system promoting accident rescue is the wrong approach and the emphasis should be on safer driving."
Yes, because once I have this, I will make more of an effort to slam my car into a tree at 90 mph.
Quote from Cisco
"“Cisco has agreed to license the iOS trademark to Apple for use as the name of Apple’s operating system for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The license is for use of the trademark only and not for any technology.”"
So sounds like money exchanged hands.
Atari live on.....
...that a beard doesn't interfere with the communication between the watch and phone otherwise that will kill 90% of the market.
...what happens if you have 2 or more standards in close proximity?
yes, because that's such a huge success
So not the lack of direction, a solution trying to find a problem and a total lack of interest from most of the world then?
...eBay of the beacon of good business practises.
Oi leave the SNP leader out of this
Modern bumpers are designed to disintegrate.
Blame those pedestrians not wanting to be injured by low speed impact.
Same reason formula 1 cars spinter into a billion pieces when they crash.
I'm not sure if I should upvote you or downvote you so, have both...Oh bugger
I'm guessing as the Reg staff are based in London, it would hardly be worth their while paying a few hundred quid to travel up North to see potentially a crap show.
It's a tech journal after all.
I live nr Brum and if I want to find out about shows I simply subscribe to the local theaters. One plus side, is a smaller theaters around here often get some of the big comedy acts before they hit the main theaters and tickets cost about a tenner.
"Oi don't forget us Essex/Herts people!"
We haven't, that's why the track is going straight through your land..
it will still be fucking late!
Would those be the cockneys that can't afford houses in the own neck of the woods?
I'm sure we can find you a nice slum bedsit for ooh £300 a week...bargain right?
Incorrect, the cause of the disaster was not the earthquake. It wave.
Taking your logic, the true cause was pressure from the earths core Of course you could take that further and say it was from the heat causing the expansion, taking ti further...you get the gist..."
No mater how good your products (which most yahoo stuff isn't), if your shop front is an unholy shit fest, most people won't shop there.
And I search for email (which lets face 99.999999% of the public will do) and guess which is number 1?
..you were happy with IE bundled on Windows then?
it's likely to be using the soon to be depreciated API
...when it comes to Google, as a rule, if it's over 3 years old, it's unsupported and landfill?