54 posts • joined Monday 12th October 2009 12:26 GMT
" it's clear Sammy sees bigger blowers as something consumers crave"
is it just me that just wants a desire / iPhone 3 sized phone but with better internal specs then?
December 2010, the first beta of swiftkey was release in July 2010...:
Cheap Android Tablet
If your looking for a cheap android tablet I'd suggest this:
It's not up to Galaxy Tab / iPad performance but for the money I think it's bloody brilliant, you can copy pictures straight to it's SD card too without having to be "cloudy"...
Encrypt the documents before sending and then get the person who's receiving them to ring you to get the decrypt code...
Might be a pain if you're sending them to loads of people but it'd be a start...
Do another blood test 10 minutes later
Yup and then get told off for doing too many checks / using too many test strips when you try and order more....
I really want one of these
But will they release an app so you can monitor your levels yourself? I'm not fussed about alerting medical professionals really but being able to fire up an app that told me what my glucose levels were (and even better the direction of travel!) would be really useful!
Beat me to it
I was thinking the same, is it not treated on route?!
Think the terminology of the review may be a bit misleading..
after reading the review I can see what you mean but FO doesn't change the whole UI (at least it didn't the last time I used it) It simply allows you to group many apps into one folder on your desktop and then customise the look and feel of that folder, the rest of the UI on the phone stays the same.
Personally I found the (admitedly very small) lag between tapping the icon and getting the list of apps was annoying but I think that's probably due more to my legends CPU than the app itself..
this may explain it...
I still think, at the very least, it's a sneaky way of going about it though...
Wait the media painting something as far worse than it was to get their readers whipped up and in the process sell more papers, surely this can't be so......
Tag strips (no not that type of strip)....
Is this what's causing tags on facebook to come up as strips instead of boxes around peoples faces? Or is that another bug?
whereas they would be un-bothered by a hypersonic
until someone puts a nuke on the end of one...
wouldn't another way forward be to use smaller rotor sizes? I'm sure they could work out what size would be best to use per a given area of land to wring the most electricity out of it?
.... don't let it get in the way of jumping on a good band-wagon...
What they're after
According to the BBC: The US District Court in Virginia said it wanted information including user names, addresses, connection records, telephone numbers and payment details.
Why go to twitter for that lot though?!
Current link to story is:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-12141530)
Jeremy Hunut, Culture Secretary....
Hmm wonder how you could control the display (ie go to the next page) still sounds promising!
It does seem that the Isrelis tak etheir airport security pretty seriously.... whether the TSA would be up to this I don't know (I have been on an airplane presisly once from Liverpool to Dublin :) (well twice I came back again!)
even bigger question
Will their network connect your mobile phone to a home phone more than 50% of the time and not leave you listening to dead air while the other partys phone rings and then gives them dead air...
That's the reason I swapped back to Orange (on the same sim free handset) and I've had no problems since....
the reason is that it is still our brains that turn the image into 3D (3D tv's are still flat (ie 2D)) but the way the 3D camera works allows our brains to work out that the picture is 3D.
This is how I understand it, I could be spectacularly wrong however! (I'm sure someone will tell me if I am!)
from about 500 in March to over 4,000. In March
That's a bloomin quick increase! (sorry :)
@ my previous post
Ah just re-read it, yes I'm an idiot!
"It is disappointing to see this in the national press as it's fundamentally not true."
......and yet not really surprising!
Is it just me or do nokia seem to be getting their act together a bi, especially with affordable handsetst? As much as I love my HTC Legend (and I do) sometimes the call of the keypad on the C5 is quite strong, especially for writing texts!
from my (admittedly small) experience of airports if the person going through the scan can see a monitor with their image on it then everyone queueing behind them would probably see it too.....
Bugger read it during lunch....
"So even if she did have a taste for human flesh, it would have been cooked. Or at least smoked"
New keyboard time.
No, but if that's what the majority of the electorate want..... we are after all living in a democracy (supposedly!)
We've had this on 1 (out of about 20) of our sales guys as well, they sync directly with exchange (we didn't want to put itunes on their laptops) this particular user found that changing settings in the time zone support (settings > mail, contacts, calendars > time zone support right down the bottom) sorted it out...
Erm assuming it was a drive head crash etc and not a natural disaster wouldn't you like the PC that it was in back as well?
What classification of update is it?
Just a thought, will this be a critical update (ie passed on through WSUS if that's how you're set up) or one of the "important / recommended" ones?
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