307 posts • joined Monday 21st December 2009 13:18 GMT
on up to £3,000 a week (not IT or engineers BTW).
These are the people who wreck projects because to them the paperwork is the objective yet the same people get the beef every time.
Karl or Groucho?
Not a surprise
This is a place where someone can buy their way out - 'legally' - of raping a six year old child, people are executed for witchcraft etc.
Red, green and blue
So upgrade the servos and you have a half mile HD TV!!!!
Actually they did
By misselling self certified mortgages that they knew people would have trouble paying, trying to force PPI (yes, Halifax tried that with me and I stuck to my guns, pain it off in half the period of the loan).
Ian, your books are unique, I have enjoyed many evening bathing in the Culture and if I was a GSV my name would be "A mild case of indigestion".
Live as much as you can as long as you can, the place will be duller without you.
The trolls should be
Hung from the top of a tall Christmas tree by their most treasured dangly bits.
it is terrorism, controlling people through fear.
Steven, accept it
You don't understand technology so please stop pretending.
Re: What should we learn
That people who install equipment should change the passwords from the manufacturer's defaults.
Even banks fail on this at times.
Not as difficult as you think
This was aimed at embedded and infrastructure equipment and there are very few architectures in use there. Remember that this wasn't mean to be exhaustive and VERY few admins people change the passwords, even in digital phone systems.
If you can avoid the need for driver modules then you aren't looking for a particular kernel version.
Add to that the information that the Trojan was given the lowest priority possible so it didn't affect performance this is someone who knows what they are doing.
If that is all he can say about the product it's a sad day for Google.
It was done before, just not patented.
Also he didn't handle the product very well. Back shed work not a business.
Their staff came from
countries with significant neo-Nazi organisations of their own.
And whoever got there would be sterile due to long term radiation exposure.
Such a colony would have to be susaintable without ANY support from Earth - assuming one could be started.
"mankind really needs to get out and about a bit more". Get out a bit more? You don't get far with a day ticket on the bus. This article is well.... I'm not even sure what it is saying.
This is Intel's third (or fourth?) attempt to launch set top box chips - and now they are resorting to making the box itself.
Re: Good news
When you add the pressure Boeing was under to deliver 787s this is asking for trouble down the line.
Re: Rumour has it
By Area 51 I assume you mean burning off waste regardless of content.
Just so people know this isn't to do with aliens but laziness resulting in avoidable illness including fatalities.
Perfect video clip
You couldn't have made a better choice!
The real obscenity
Hey, you need a credit card dregistered so your kiddy can use kiddy apps which encourage said kiddy to buy lots of things without parent's knowledge and this can't be disabled.
And no parental control over this.
First, US agencies getting access.
Second, outage - even Aamzon had this.
DTT isn't that popular in Germany, particularly Munich.
The reason for this is many modern blocks of flats were built with cable infrastructure in place and cable fees are built into the rent to get discounted rates.
In such cases who isn't going to use it and restrict themselves to the free DTT channels?
What kind of a comparison is that?
I suggest you go away and read DO-178B. Thoroughly.
It's a start.
IoT also standds for interoperability tseting, I can see way too many things to go wrong here.
Up to 4W? Under the right conditions that can go for many miles as well as penetrating buildings.
What happens if there isn't any white space available when you need it? Car - car - crunch.
Dreaming in colour
Several years ago there was a report by a phsycologist who 'proved' that people dreamed in black and white and only imagined that they dreamed in colour...
Not sure what reminded me of that...
Ye canna beat a gud furtle!
We need a cull.
Life wouldn't be the same
without El Reg - very good serious articles and Bulgarian airbags!
Re: We need to save them crawlies!
If it will shut him up.
I love the smell of burning trolls in the morning.
the 'NPE' term could be key to chaging things, together with the bond to be put up.
This kind of thing does happen
I was in the STB industry and there was one guy at another firm who apparently broke his leg skiing.
In fact he started working for another firm and somehow balalnced things so he was working for both for a long time.
AKA the chrome plated penis.
Broadcom don't do processors
'ARM' in the name is a clue.
Broadcom make SoCs and related devices which include processrs from MIPS or ARM.
If El Reg want a semiconductor reporter let me know.
Also, H.264 is MPEG4 part 10 so which part of MPEG is H.265?
People agreeing with Stallman?
It must be serious!
That 'Lens' thing is a security risk and frankly I used Ubuntu as a convenient distro for years until this which is the last straw.
*Fedora tipped forward*
It's a start
Apple got away with too much e.g. abuse of patents for rounded corners.
You don't work in high tech
I do and this is quite common.
Too much trouble?
Oh dear, producing evidence is inconvenient so let them off says the SEC.
Is there a US slush fund?
A small project like this is very useful as a training exercise and making sure cryptographers maintain a range of skills and look at a range of solutions.
Making snide remarks is not a required skill there BTW.
Not an ordinairy article
But a very informative and interesting one (ok I deal with measurement albeit at a much simpler level).
A good judgement
Literally and I hope she sent both of them to bed without any supper.
So how do
the Kiwis feel?