Re: If it's based in the US....
It's not live yet. We don't know where the company or servers will be based.
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It's not live yet. We don't know where the company or servers will be based.
You seem to be largely correct. The service (from what I can gather) will only guarantee security of communications between Dark Mail users, making it effectively a private message server.
Although the applications of this are obviously limited, it should work.
The metadata is still vulnerable.
> why doesn't he release a list of the MPs who made/voted-in the laws which allow these accounting 'tricks' to exist in the first place?
Because he and his Chancellor would be top of it. Lest year they made a big fuss about rewriting the tax laws to "clamp down on tax avoidance" and actually hired the big 4 accountancy firms to rewrite the law so that all their avoidance "instruments" are no longer pursued by HMRC.
The law is now that unless you can afford to hire PwC, Deloitte, Goldman-Sachs or the other one (i forget), you pay all the tax. If you can afford them, you pay no tax at all.
Hyperlinks are your friend, I guess.
Company A own 53% of Company B. Follow the link.
Company X owns 22% of Company A. Follow the link.
Those blue ones look a lot like Lumias.
By default, Chrome, Firefox and Opera send your queries to Google.
I'm pretty sure we've all run into the user who opens ALL web pages by opening their browser (which has Google set as the homepage or just the FF default search page) and simply typing the URL you've given them into Google before selecting the top result.
If you don't think that indicates a potentially dangerous pervasiveness then presumably you're equally gullible about everything and have "nothing to hide so nothing to fear".
>Are you suggesting Google should be deliberately knobbled because it's too good for Microsoft to keep up, as that frankly mindset sucks ass.
But it was perfectly reasonable to knobble Microsoft for abusing their monopoly, right?
Is Google's monopoly made from magic and unicorn farts?
Why do you want Google to have all the money, Barry?
It's a book full of adverts that you never open unless you're looking for goods or services.
What it isn't is a supposedly helpful website that has content on it you wish to read but also tracks you for arseholes in the advertising industry.
Who do you work for?
To be specific, one guy on the Apache project said that.
That guy is paid by Adobe, who make a metric fuckton of their income from tracking ads.
Sometimes jumping to the obvious conclusion is unhelpful.
> How would you ever find a plumber when you need one in a hurry?!
They'd look in the fucking phone book, exactly the way they used to before spamvertising parasites (and yes, Google are one of these) tried to take over the world.
Nobody, but nobody was forced to use IE6 beyond the diktats of their employers and that still rates half-informed jeers of "convicted monopolist".
> Distinguishing Google's ads from others and from genuine search results can only be a problem for the terminally inattentive.
I agree with you (hence upvote), except on mobile platforms. Google's search app has no highlighting, lowlighting or other distinguishing features on its "promotional" results.
You also won't see any reports on how Google and Apple massage their figures, is my bet. But you probably wouldn't those even if they were published because they don't satisfy your irrational hate gland.
I don't know if there's somewhere that would do that article for you with the prejudicial editorial tone you'd prefer. cultofmac.com, maybe. Or you could start your own. tinfoilhat.com might be free and a whole lot of Reg commentards would read your "analysis" and quote it as gospel quite happily.
> The One-size-fits-all meme that MS seems to be sprouting these days is just what the market didn't need.
Not to mention that it's an Apple trademark.
I'd say the the real expertise in programming is identifying the problem in the first place. Most things can be broken down into black boxes and state machines eventually.
Ironically, I'd say the programmer least likely to reduce his problem to the basics in this way is usually the Maths grad.
And I am one.
"Are you illiterate? Buy Android!"
I'm actually starting to wonder if Robert E A Harvey hadn't got this mixed with an iPad, which would have returned a "no" on all questions.
> Can I plug in a USB peripheral? memory stick? share data with clients?
> Can I use a USB cable to charge my phone? Headset?
> Can I connect a bluetooth headset and make a phone call? or a 3.5mm headphone/mic & join a conference call?
Yes to both.
> Can I connect a video projector on a client site? with audio?
Yes, via micro-HDMI
> Any way to use cat5 internet connections? for customer sites that don't offer wifi?
Yes, via USB->Ethernet.
> No? not really a business device then.
Except yes to all.
You're not good at this, are you?
If they have Office 365 you could buy a laptop and get full office and get some real work done.
At that price, you could. For 4 hours until your battery died.
Have you put "Start page was far too much for my awesome technical ability to be able to cope with" on your CV yet?
Yes and no.
You can boot to desktop but if you hit the start button, you get the Start screen. Once you've set that up to how you work, it's fine.
I think you should use whatever you like best and shut the fuck up.
Select the desktop and hit ALT+F4.
Christ, these people who bitch about Win8 are computer illiterates.
"Last living NEANDERTHALS found" - or not.
They didn't find any living Neanderthals.
Stop doing this.
Steve Jobs was born in 1955 - WWII ended in 1945 - this account is obviously a complete fabrication.
Now, I don;'t believe in reincarnation but is it me or is this poster a)logically deficient or b) a massive 'tard? A WWII fighter pilot could have died at any time before 1946 and, according to the reincarnation crowd, reborn at at any time after that. So what's the problem? Exactly?
Omidyar has money to burn. He might manage something of the quality of al Jazeera without the unfortunate associations.
Yeah, your anecdotal unverified evidence must mean Microsoft are doomed.
Enjoy your Sony rootkits.
Nine ah ah ah! Nine Sony Fanboys! Ah Ah Ah!
Sorry El Reg but you have absolutely no clue what you're whining about this time.
First, let's take the issue of piracy on consoles at all. Is there much of it? Short answer - no, not unless you wish to chop your console and lose all online/multiplayer modes anyway. Given that this is the case, what difference does it make whether some processing is optionally done over the network since you'll never be able to get on the network anyway?
Secondly, how exactly does providing AI as a service in order to take the load off the console itself restrict piracy in any way?
In short, dear author, I hope that nasty facial bruise from where your knee jerked so hard clears up soon.
@Big_Ted - yeah, because a Chromebook doesn't require learning a new interface at all, right?
Metro is mostly useless as I have a 4:3 screen and you can only run 1 app at a time in metro that way.
8.1 changes this, apparently.
You can download the ISOs from Technet and I suspect that there are similar options for offline installs to, for example, the Office 2013 install.
She can use an Android tablet but can't learn a new interface.
Right. Remind me not to ask you to think anything through.
The linux kernel is even older and still has bugs. If it didn;t, there would be no new releases.
Yes. Video calls are definitely niche.
trans: "I won;t buy a phone if it can't take selfies".
Hasn't shown any betters spelling, has it?
Your disconnect with reality already makes me sad.
Also, "cloud"? microsoft? don't make me laugh
Azure is the operating platform for Apple's iCloud.
Laugh that off.
Can't they just waterproof it with iOS7?
That would be why Google and Amazon are doing it, then (see article).
Interestingly though, we don't get an article and millions "M$ lol" comments about those.
Give me TV full of Welsh, Scottish, Geordies, Scousers, Mancs, Yorkshire, even Brummie... let my kids hear the accents of Britain, not North America.
But not the West Country, eh? Eh? Regionist!
This fits into a picture of making Google working to make Chrome more enterprise-friendly
whatever that means.
Many of those queueing up are Microsoft employees. Queue up or lose your job.