24 posts • joined Wednesday 11th November 2009 12:49 GMT
It had better be good otherwise it's going down the pan. I wonder whether there'll be a slashing game soon?
I like Google+, mostly because I hate Facebook, most because I hate the name Facebook. Irrational, well, maybe.
The problem is that I can't be bothered to do social media and I don't want to share my life with world+dog. So although Google+ is my platform of choice, I have nothing to say that I want others to know about and I doubt that others feel strongly enough to want me to contribute!
Save on your fuel bills! Switch Huhne!
OK, bit expensive but could kick start some decent mobile start ups and give extra coverage for tourists, local business and consumers alike.
You're lucky, I've been living with mobile broadband in a rural area for over a year! Paris, because I can't see an icon of Scarlett anywhere...
... if the attacker can't get any of the information (session cookie etc) from your session then all the attacker can really do is have a parallel session with their own session cookie.
Would be nice to be able to sandbox a tab on your browser so that the site you're using can't be shared with another tab. No session information, cookies or anything. Like a private browsing session for a single tab. That would solve it? You'd just start a "secure" tab, go to PayPal, pay then logout out and close the tab. The other tabs would be oblivious and wouldn't be able to share any data.
Forget the children, what about Rob Hubbard?
Hello, Crazy Comets, Monty on the Run. Where's Hubbard's entries?
Really want. Likely to buy a £50 old school version from eBay though...
My 2008 MBP's battery is dying slowly and it hurts me to low 100 quid on a genuine item. Then again, 20-30 quid on some random copy is likely going to end up breaking itself or worse the laptop itself. Amazon(used to be able to trust them but since the marketplace was opened up it's full of tat now) and eBay are full of knock offs.
Rock and a hard place!
Hell of a scrabble score...
Did this guy get his name encrypted by deed poll?
Total b******cks. I live and work in the M25. I have a big round non-3G logo in my Iphone status indicating I'm getting dial-up speeds. In fact the more I look at it, the more it looks like a big fat zero which is way too close to reality for me to laugh.
FIX THE REST OF THE NETWORK AS WELL PLEASE OTHERWISE HELLO VODAFONE.
How can Bill Gates lecture anyone about pricing when he rolls out a new version of office every few years with the same old crap and a few more buttons tacked on with a subtle colour change thrown in for good measure?
Yes,the iPad is expensive. So are BMWs. Yes I'm a (trying to be realistic) fan boy. No I can't afford one! :-(
Missing the point of the iPad
This iPad is *perfect* (OK, it needs a web cam) for my parents or my wife who just wants to surf *or* play a game *or* do something else. They can't cope with the concept of switching between apps. And as for lack of tweakability, BRILLIANT! That means as near as zero support will be required from me. Yes it's a closed platform but for them it does the job perfectly. For the tinfoil-hat brigade and the freetards there'll be android equivalents that you can tweak and ruin to your hearts content. Best of luck with that!
BTW, I'll still be using my beat up eee....
In other news, Moses comes back from the dead to sue a Chinese company for patent infringement on his device from "thousands of years ago". "It's the bloody same!" an unnamed source quoted the rehabilitated Moses.
Major fail for the base version!
Intel GMA950? How is that going to power anything!? No use whatsoever as a media centre. The HD version looks nice but I'm still buying a mac mini for home theatre duties...
- It's true, the START MENU is coming BACK to Windows 8, hiss sources
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- Pic NASA Mars tank Curiosity rolls on old WET PATCH, sighs, sniffs for life signs
- How UK air traffic control system was caught asleep on the job
- Google embiggens its fat vid pipe Chromecast with TEN new supported apps