2 minutes, few thousand calls a day. Soon adds up.
3689 posts • joined 17 Sep 2009
Re: Was it it tested with a DVR?
It's not just your voice, it's patterns and mannerisms as well, so no, cobbling recorded words together won't work.
Would I trust it?
Only as part of 2FA.
I spend to much time on the internet.....
..when I saw "Disney's Playdom" I just thought of princess themed dungeon with a dominatrix dress as Elsa from Frozen.
Re: accounting 101 anyone
We're still using the 2500 BOXES of paper clips order many years ago.
I'm just asking....
Why do people feel they need tld for a type of sexual attraction? I don't give a stuff if people are straight, bi or gay, but I just don't see the point, other than being yet another cash cow, of this domain.
Our corporate standard is HP whatever we have left in the warehouse...
The Lenovo team have Lenovo laptops
The Apple team have Apple
Many of us in IT are luckily enough to have monster ZBooks (sales people said they were too heavy)
And the directors have HP Spectres
"As for me, neither Apple nor Dell is offering me endorsement money to be soon in public with its goods. Until that happens, I'll use what I use."
Do you work for Dell / EMC public facing team?
if yes, you WILL use it or find another Job. If not, your statement is utterly pointless.
Good idea, let's nip that on in the bud, but lets add this one instead:
It's ok....nothing to see...
...no human rights abuses...no oppression of it's people...nothing to see. Move along.
Now, where did I put the papers on the arms deal I'm working on.
Or his orchestra.
Hint 2: Keepass can be kept off the internet, can be used on iOS, Android & Windows (not sure about Linus*), and is free.
That is all.
And in the UK...
...you'll get a free air freshener, but only if you sign up for a full service plan.
Re: Top end GPU is not realy needed, except by a very few!!!!
High end CAD, has a far, far higher resolution than any game. Look at the file size involved and you'll see why.
Re: "what kind of security review the products go through"
"what kind of security review the products go through"
That's easy :
"Did you put in all that security stuff ?"
"Okay, ship it then."
Re: Why is it
Not only that, but you know that E27 bulb that would fit any E27 socket...not these days.
Re: I don't care too much if they age well or not...
fantastic in a Rogan Josh. Mutton is way better than lamb when slow cooked for several hours.
Re: An iAUto would ....
"as each one would be thinner than the last."
No problem, it would only be a pointless 0.5mm
Dear Ms Marissa Meyer
, other than enlarging your pay packet, what EXACTLY have you achieved that has benefited the company and your consumers?
Re: "Saving" lives...
"Now then. You think being clobbered by a one ton metal object hurtling at a speed of 15 meters per second is survivable? "
"It says that the latest research shows that the probability of death is now 7% at 30mph and 31% at 40mph"
Facts...who needs them.
Re: A human not a car
Issues with your observations.
If a madman steps into road in front of you, most humans will also apply the same logic and hit the brakes. The reason is, your most basic of instincts will take over. You will see an object in the road (it could just of easily be a bin liner blowing in the wind) and you will, without consciously thinking about it, try to avoid a collision.
It's only when the conscious mind takes over a few seconds later you assess the threat and realise you are in danger and would then do the best to avoid this new threat.
Re: PR stunt
"Example : It is less dangerous to simply hit a roe deer and keep control of the vehicle that it is too suddenly brake hard and lose control of the vehicle."
Not sure about you, but I haven't lost control under hard breaking for about 15 years, maybe it's because I've actually learnt how to drive properly, heck I could put a car sideways and still control it. People really should get themselves on race or skid training, not only is it good fun, but you learn way more than you ever will on the road.
For most people there is ABS and ESC,
They couldof course...
...harvest less data and therefore be of less use to them.
Re: Do I get a vote?
"So, what will the big institutional shareholders do? "
Well going by how shit most of their other shares are probably doing at the moment, I think bite their hands off come to mind.
Reverse engineering a patch then publishing it, hardly fits the bill of a white hat.
Re: Given That TOR Was Cracked Years Ago.....
that's why the Browser gets patched
Well if the code is Switzerland, good luck to the FBI getting it blocked. The Swiss courst are not known for bending over to government requests, even more so US ones.
but you would still be covered by the same laws that took these out.
Re: In that case, I would like to register the name localhost
you two are fine, just long as you keep well clear of my company, Intranet ltd.
If all cars become auto driving, then you could get more cars in the same space, all running faster.
Something tells me that a computer could react faster and smarter than a human.
Re: We're not robots! Highways Agency & Avon and Somerset Police beg to differ.
God where do I start (other than ripping up your Daily Mail)
M4 (also on M25) Hadecs 3 Cameras are now operating 24/7 with zero tolerance. Yep, that includes 3am in the morning, a perfect Sunday summer sunset evening with an empty road, with no enforcement signage lit. These latest cameras cover all 4 lanes (including hard shoulder), NO EXCEPTIONS.
Odd that the speed limit applies 24/7/365
While it can be seen by some as an effective automated enforcement (ed. harassment?) of the masses (applying disproportionally to the poor too) to apply what is 'technically' the law. Its takes no account of driving conditions, traffic speeds around you.
How does it disproportionately affect the poor when it is a fixed fine?
Upto now, its always been the general consensus (as evidenced by the Press) that if the Smart Motorway Gantry lane speed wasn't showing, there was no enforcement in place, we're now told that's not the case, the bar has been lowered.
I always believed the speed limit was the last sign posted one. Repeaters are only required in certain circumstances
That subtle but 'lazy decision' (ed. revenue decision?) to not paint the Safety Cameras bright yellow ...... and drive accordingly, set the bar low enough to hit as many heads as possible to raise revenue, £100 a pop.
There has NEVER been a requirement to paint them yellow or advertise the fact there are cameras
"It's the Powers that be, taking advantage of the current situation until Oct 2016.
No limit showing, no cameras seen, many would argue that it felt safer sticking to 80mph on an empty motorway, than sticking say, at 68mph (to give you some leeway of 2mph to a strict enforcement of the 70mph national speed limit),....."
"If your speedo is saying 70 mph, the chances are you are doing around 65mph. So in order to be doing over 70mph, your speedo will be reading close on 80mph."
Why do you feel obliged to only stick to the limit when you see a camera or see a road sign.
Take it you know unlit and lit roads have default limits, unless stated otherwise don't you?
Its like churning out cheap daytime TV, yep of course you can fill the airwaves with it, but does it help or enrich people's lives? Nope, and probably adds vasts costs to the NHS regards depression and stress.
Really you go to hospital with stress because you can't drive 70mph?
The current policy of strictly enforcing 80mph with NIPs with hidden stealth Hadecs 3 Safety Cameras is a lazy Cash Cow of Epic proportions for Avon and Somerset Police and you won't be traveling faster than 80mph to get a NIP (Notice of Intended prosecution) either.
Enforcing 80mph? It's a 70 limit FFS
"To the unaware - Use the stretch of Motorway of the M4, drive past 70mph - expect yours in the post soon, read this, slow down - especially around Bristol."
No drive up to the speed limit you prick, no need to slow down.
those idiots will be many of your relatives then.
Re: So as always...
we always have to choose the 1st 2
So as always...
Choose 2 out of the 3.
There is a simple issue...
..the Windows OS is a nice OS, try it you may surprised! I really like mine and would choose it any day over a Android phone costing 10x the amount.
would I recommend you buy it? No.
The simple reason is, MS are just not saying in, laymans terms, "Yes, we are going to continue to develop it and will support it for X years".
It's the uncertainty that is really killing the phone, not the OS or the hardware.
Before dumping your backups in any cloud...
2 Simple Questions.
How many DC's is this data spread across?
Do yo have enough cash to cover the next 12 months of operating?
Boffins defeat all randomware: By installing linux.
Isn't Android a variation of Linux?
Re: A culture of feedback to cognitive learning that’s more mobile
"A culture of feedback to cognitive learning that’s more mobile"
I think it means people saying to you "Time to move on to somewhere you'll be appreciated"
Re: Already a jerk
My thought as well....$500 - $1000...is that all?
It's not hard
"Amazon’s prices are billed in dollars and converted to pounds"
Well here is a shockingly easy answer. Bill in local currency.
Ahhh, but tax avoidance. That won't work so easy with that will it?
Re: Proper Beer does not need CO2
But as most lager is tastelss anyway the change in taste you get at altitude won't matter a jot.
But as most mass produced lager is tastelss (sic) anyway the change in taste you get at altitude won't matter a jot.
BBS, Pppft newbies.
Prestel and proud here.
Re: If nothing else
Isn't committing suicide a crime in some places?
It's used to be in the UK, but was revoked. However assisting in suicide is still illegal in the UK.
My first desk?
A Compaq Proliant 3000 Server box with a 50 pair Telco cable drum as my seat.
6 months I had that before I was "promoted" to a wobbly desk with a (used) £10 chair.
Re: That'll pay for it
Then reappeared 6 months later.
Dell outlet by the looks:
There are over 1 billion websites on the world wide web today.
So if you allow 1 hour for every site to be correctly vetted that equals approx 114,155 man years of work.
Of course that's provided no new sites go online....
Oopps there's 5 more
Ahh I remember my Voodoo Rush 128.....what a "wee" beasty...
...I never knew personal data was worth so much...what AVG has another use?
Re: Delusions of Competence
He's a yank, their beer just makes you sick without the joys of being drink.
Well, it had to come.....
...everyone accuses the Chinese of ripping off ideas,well looks like they have once again.
Accuse company of patent issues - Check
Litigate in Texas - Check
Profit - TBA.