52 posts • joined Friday 16th October 2009 13:05 GMT
"As long as providers are open about their policies, he said, the competitive market means consumers can take their business elsewhere."
Pretty sure I'm on a 12 month contract, so when their 'policies' change I'd have to cough up a cancellation fee
Someone fraudulently registered a car to my home address (then got loads of fines/balif letters)
I phoned the DVLA to let them know and they couldnt do anything about it without the guys registration plate. Totally useless ******.
Their solution was to open the post address to this guy >_<
My gmail also stopped working from home yesterday
It'd get stuck on the loading screen for the AJAX gui and disabling labs didnt fix it
HTML version worked ok
"Payments should be variable and tied to earnings"
So two guys do a medical degree, one goes on to become a surgeon and the other doesn't like it so goes to work in Tesco. Now the surgeon has to pay off the other guys education?
Not forced to reveal
As its TrueCrypt it might have been an encrypted inner container, so if he could deny its existance and not have to give over the keys...
... maybe he had a really weak outter container, with no inner container and they spent all that time looking for one ^_^
RE: Let's see...
Dont think its proved to be vulnerable to impersonation or man in the middle
RE: apple haters google lovers
c, protect their users
RE: Is the Code Served from Facebook?
Yeah, on the Koobface article it said facebook automatically check links posted but they were just redirecting requests from within facebooks IP space to a benign page.
Maybe they could have setup some honeypot profiles to test the apps on then monitor what happens?
My mobile (on o2) doesnt have a public IP address. I think this would actually be fairly common, as providers would want to shield their users from the threats of the internet
I thought they didnt use pencils because the problem of broken leads floating into important electronic?
RE: How long until...
But if you run PeerGuardian, you'll be ok
So thats why they hide their servers at the end of a VPN?
Here they are only admiting the location of the tip p of the iceberg - which we can all see anyway :)
RE: No need for index
Agreed and a large part of the case seems to hinge on this...
"# As Mr Clark further explained, if a user wished to retrieve such a large group of files directly from Usenet, he would have to identify all the messages they incorporate, download them one at a time and then use a separate software application to assemble them together. This would clearly be an onerous and inconvenient task and take days to accomplish. It could also be extremely frustrating, as Mr Elsworth himself elaborated. A user might spend a great deal of time and effort downloading the majority of the messages only to discover that one message, the final piece in the jigsaw, was missing. In that event he would be prevented from reconstituting the work and his days of effort would have been wasted."
I reckon it could be done in minutes not days.
From what I've gleaned, its canceled because of health and safety for the (to large) crowd and not the cheese chasers. Would happen to any other event, so fair enough really
At least a mention of it and the features it adds would have been nice. The more technical review sites will overclock processors/GPUs when reviewing them, i dont see much difference.
Meh, I was just answering peoples questions
RE: Pretty much there
"And typing can be a problem as it occasionally chooses keys completely unrelated to where you pressed."
I find this happens if I am accidentally touching the screen elsewhere (usually with my hand I am holding it with), then when you touch to type it kinda averages them out. As it can detect mutli touch they should be able to fix this
Depth of review?
No mention of the ease of unlocking the bootloader, installing mods (eg cyanogen), the awesome developer tools (adb!), no hotswaping SD cards, the much trumpeted pinch to zoom (who cares anyway?), the aweful headphones provided with it (par for the cause) and not (unsurprisingly) of the possibility of native/chroot debian armel on the device. From a techie website it does read like a review from the back of the metro. No meat. (Also after you've had it a while and arent playing with it every day - with the right settings you can squeeze 2.5 days out of the battery.
Didnt they say one of the reasons for the cull was to allow more commercial competition? Seems to me the best way to do that would be to sack off Radio1 as there is loads of commerical stations that could absorb its market.
RE: Is it any good when it's locked?
Its so easy to get super user access on it... hold the track ball when turning on, screen will popup allowing you to unlock the boot loader. Then you can flash on a recover image and then another image with super use tools (ie, su).
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