103 posts • joined 18 Mar 2010
Why the S2? I bought mine because it was *NOTHING LIKE* an iPhone. Puzzled.
Re: pop up
The pop-up will be really clever, like, and you'll have to put in the account holders credit card. What could possibly go wrong!
Re: Remind me
You got downvotes - apparently it's all fine and dandy to drop rootkits.
Fuck me you're tiresome.
So summed up, if it doesn't do what you want it to do due to walled gardeness - you're doing it wrong!
True, but not how you think :)
Re: US Authorities
Yes, he may be a cock but in no way does that excuse what the US Gov have done here.
Re: The internet does not do competition
I would hazard a guess that the part which was created via the Google cars was actually created by Google.
Doesn't work properly here in IOM - same with Google movies and books. Google doen't like crown dependencies apparently.
Wasn't manimal Starbuck/Face?
Re: "Apple's iPad Mini is not easy to hold in one hand"
Re: aka stolen
Think the key word there is "previously".
The guy is a cock but, really, the whole thing with the US and Mega Upload stinks.
I managed to install it and have a mess around with it last night.
I'm still in shock that I didn't find anything in particular to moan about!
That is all.
It's from whatever made the "bloop"
Re: Didn't take long...
There's more reasons to dislike Apple than petty OS tribalism.
Re: "We think it would have been better if they had kept ours."
I've read (although I can't remember where) that Google WERE willing to license the turn-by-turn, but Apple refused the conditions - I think it was greater brand visibility and *think* deeper API integration.
Re: Let me just throw a question out there
Direct me via a map.
Re: Upgrade or wait?
Always better to wait to update. No matter which device or provider.
"Condoms also contain a spermicide which may have destroyed the DNA so it could be that the chances of retrieving a usable sample were slim to start with. Hardly reason to claim evidence tampering."
Sooo that's why murderers wipe condoms around the crime scene before making their escape!
Re: First he needs to serve his time in a Swedish prison...
Why do people who fidget need to run away?
Re: Can more people
@badvok - you are more like stating FUD.
I'm sure that the postal service distributions a fair bit of CP but you still buy stamps aye?
Re: That verdict was bloody brilliant
It was good; it's shown the average man on the street that Samsung phones are as good as Apple's but cheaper :)
Not what I'm saying... I'm saying that software patents stifle innovation... would you like to live in a world where BT held the patents to hyperlinks?
I don't care for both the corps involved, but the fact that software patents were upheld (scrolling list bounce back, and phone number recognition are the two I picked up on) is a mortal wound for innovation.
Shame on you Apple.
Re: More to come
I find it quite disturbing that you use the word "disrespectful" makes it sound like we should all be grovelling in front of our Corporate and US governmental masters.
So pushing and actively suing for software patents is a good thing for developers? WTF... think about that again SOFTWARE PATENTS & DEVELOPERS is there a link there?
Re: In proportions, yes. In absolute terms no.
Yeah, not quite as simple - but the whole thing is still fucking ridiculous.
Silly on google's part - probably the only reason I actually log into my google account. Can't use google+ here at work so thats a no-goer.
Just found this though http://code.google.com/p/dropthings/ I'll have a mess about writing my own replacement.
Re: Fantastic News
...and no effort was made to even appear remotely "human".
Also reminded me to catch up with Robert Rankin's efforts.
Re: It's only going to get worse
"It's only going to get worse for us all so it's all good."
there, fixed that for you.
Re: That RIM
Broken Bottle Melee?
Re: So why wasn't this guy extradited to the US?
It seems you only get extradited to the US when the "crime" is only a crime in the US and not in the UK.
Re: download at a different time
A big selling point for digital distribution is instant - having to stagger getting a crital patch for a game until the ISP says it's ok to do so is not good.
Re: I am with the one other person here who has actually used VS11.....
....and as another; It's too painful to use - as I spend my life in VS I'll need a employment perk of a constant stream of painkillers for the headaches!
the publishers are going to get quite a shock when sales drop due to not being able to trade in games.
by what these "amazing" things could be.
Is this similar to the tech used by the CIA to beam thoughts into peoples heads?
In theory that would be cool, but in reality it would only be the claims of big corps which would be taken seriously.
how all the comments of this ilk are all AC.
I'd love to know why the people whom have downvoted this think Napster was NOT innovative when it first emerged.
Ran it on my S 2 and it wasn't there - may be dependant on provider, etc...
"Call of Duty, where characters shoot and kill animals, or in Dog Wars, where players have fun fighting and torturing dogs, it sends a dangerous message that this kind of behaviour is acceptable"
Really, it doesn't.
Shit like this angries up my blood and that's as a veggie for over 20 years.
Hopefully it'll be Chuck Norris as the Doctor.
Quick! get a comment in about all the playstation exclusives coming out.
What a win! there is already a way around the block to newzbin and the costs of the block get past onto BT's customers. Got to love those movie studios.
They also have the (mistaken) impression that it is ‘open source’
Where do you get that from? Last time I looked the source was available.
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