78 posts • joined Wednesday 31st March 2010 16:59 GMT
Just like some cars...
Are not designed to be repaired but there are design considerations taken for assembling. Repairs are a dealership/ mechanic problem
Re: Contradictory reports
Remember that Big Red is just one carrier in one country where Apple offerings are relatively more robust in the marketplace. There is a larger market that must be taken into consideration
You can take my TIE fighter disc from my cold dead hands
Debian cause I don't have issues with it. Even got the Nvidia drivers to install correctly once I got the dependencies installed. Same with VMware. Got it running in dual boot on my desktop, running as a daily driver on my 5 yo laptop and netbook. Very happy with it so far.
Re: more than apps
Chrome syncs my pages from the desktop to desktop to laptop to phone and to tablet. Pictures are auto sync'd to G+ ( yes I do use it). You should know the kindle app. And news is done with pulse, currents, and flipboard which of course sync respectively between devices and come with handy tablet friendly UI's. And of course this is all syncing between a Xoom, gnex, and N4.
And my favorite part.
"well I sign into my mac and all my stuff downloads and syncs" as a recent convert to Apple told me recently. My response being "If I sign into gmail then all my stuff is there too, no synching required." Their response: "...".
I know I'm tied to El Goog but at least I know what they are doing with my data.
Being an Android user I am finding that there are a larger quantity of higher quality apps available that I am willing to part with a few dollars over. Also to be fair discover-ability is bad on the play store but the "People who looked at this also viewed...." list becoming more relevant...at least to my untrained eye.
Re: Step 1. Acquire mech.
step 4: charge entry into said lot under penalty of 6000 BB's wrecking the paint on your new car. You know from the comfort of office with that 3g connection.
Re: Up the power
I believe there are a number of railroads here in the USA that send or have sent signaling data for block and moving block signaling through the tracks.
Re: Online store
Indeed that would be great but they spun that business off years ago. I have to wonder why though considering I have my fathers HP financial calc from the 70's and it is fabulous to this day even though it takes batteries
As a person who supports the abortion that is Lotus Notes. I want to know why it has to fight with Adobe Acrobat with calling the user32.dll and then crashing....and deleting mail files.....causing calls to come my general direction.
Re: US version
Slight correction, it went on sale a little after 8:30 AM PST and the ordering system has been up and more times than a prostitute at a frat party.
Re: I really really really...
its a silly time killer of a game. It just happens to be one of the really good ones. It went viral a few years ago ( I sentence myself to 30 lashings for using viral ) when it gained critical mass and also had a movie tie in created for it.
@anon 8:58 and JimmyPage
whew, I'm glad Im not the only one with those issues. I thought it was caused by me running chrome off a thumbdrive and the USB access times were poo. Yes Google please fix the 2 errors they said
Re: Never mind Samsung...
The OEM's could release timely updates if they would stop screwing with the UI and underlying components that they have to upgrade for each release.
Burying the power lines.
well I guess the answer comes down to money and the will to do it. Dunno about the UK but the LADWP is (what they tell us) broke.
Saw no retina
will not recommend
Looks like it is time to extend my epeen
*switches tab to newegg
I had this issue as well
But my solution, much to my chagrin, was to limit myself to one box small box for my computer detritus. I moved into an apartment with my girlfriend which has some limited storage options. Funny enough she of course did not get rid of nearly the amount of stuff I did. It would appear that I had held onto every computer, router, switch, and associated cable I had procured over the last decade. I drive a pickup truck and it filled the bed taking this stuff to the recycler sans hard drives of course. Now I am down to:
1 HP laptop (read: desktop replacement with built in battery backup)
1 spare body for said HP laptop
1 media PC
assorted android phones
1 very tightly packed rubbermaid container holding my cables, mounting hardware for the desktop, 10 pack of floppy disks, various backup CD-ROMs, and a spare router and ethernet cables.
I work near there
I am going to try to see it after work and snap some photos if I can
Re: Give me my
But if you produce your own power where will the power companies get money to supply you with power?
Tried Ubuntu around 8.10
And wasn't too fond of it then. I'm still preferential to Slackware and Debian. Slackware cause I am never done learning and Debian for when I broke slackware but still need to get stuff done. I do like Debian and Gnome 2 has grown on me especially since the abortion that is KDE 4 was released.
Re: Apple users still win...
I gave it a shot with my brothers iphone trying to direct us to a cigar shop in downtown Los Angeles. We were a mile and a half away as the crow flies.
Attempt 1: put it in an alleyway 2 blocks away
Attempt 2: using the turn by turn nav attempted to send us the wrong way on a one way....twice
Attempt 3: (using a co-workers 4s) flyover locked up maps, then he tried to impress me with the siri tricks of "open the pod bays doors", etc, etc)
In short I'm quite happy with my Nexus phone and its choco factory maps.
Indeed a title
I will be taking a long smoke break around noon time to watch the shuttle land since my office is about a mile south of LAX. A co-work of mine will be joining me since he lived in W. Palm Beach FL which is about 2-300 miles south of the Kennedy Space center and would sit on his roof as a teenager to watch the night launches.
I know this comment fits a "cool story bro" but how can I say we will never see these amazing machines fly again.
I heard this described on the news
They were talking about using separate apps for each store which is already a non-starter for me. I have google wallet and my cards which if they do not accept those then I won't be buying from them
deserves some popcorn
Funny how they have all those TLD's
And I only ever end up going to .com .net .org .edu and the occasional .co.uk.
And anyone who bought their own TLD in the form of .(corporate name) can F*ck right the F*ck off.
I too got bit by the CDMA Gnex
Merkin here. As you may or may not know we operate 2 different networks over here(CDMA and GSM). Tmo and AT&T run GSM and Sprint and Verizon run CDMA. The CDMA Gnex is still waiting for JB due to carrier approval and driver updates due to the source being proprietary. In addition the CDMA Gnex is slightly bigger so none of the accessories in the Play store work with it without modification. I'm going to cancel my contract with Sprint and sell the Gnex to get a GSM one with a prepaid SIM from Tmo.
Tired of this sh*t
I rather prefer my original Xoom to this. Less storage, same size, and no expansion...SRSLY? 16 GB is fine just give me expansion options. And please tell me it is compatible with the existing xoom docks.
“By showing that single photons cannot travel faster than the speed of light, our results bring to a closure the debate on the true speed of information carried by a single photon,”
Not with that attitude
They couldn't stop that
With some of the tanks people drive around here, they'll need a howitzer or a flamethrower. Either is acceptable actually
Again I already have google checkout setup
It would be very silly for Google to not leverage the fact that I have not 1 but ( I just checked my dashboard) 2 cards already registered with them. Citi sends me an application for a credit card every week and I trash them or burn them. I already have 3 credit cards and a debit card and I dont need another just to use this tech that will part me and my money faster.
wont give up my wallet...yet
I imagine that this will eventually integrate with google checkout which of course I already have card info entered. Not sure I want my ID and boarding passes on there yet. I am intrigued to watch this evolution though
It is very nice
I am one of those who uses it a good deal of the time. Im paying for a $40/mo cable connection and just use Hulu, Netflix, and XBMC for my media. I have rabbit ears for local news and what not. Sometimes I miss some of the content on the cable channels but that is usually 1 bitorrent search away. I have no reason to rent cable tv for an extra $50.
As a user of non apple products. I see a marketing machine that is one of the finest as of recently. But the devices they do produce are rather nice devices with a good build quality and decent software. I myself being contrary in nature have no real need or want for apple products and find then rather annoying to use. In my younger years I have derided people for their chosen whatever, be it car, phone, toothpaste, etc, but you pays your money and you makes your choice. I see Apple becoming the Microsoft/General Motors of phones. Both great companies (enough enough I know) but at some point the ride will come to an end. Might as well enjoy it while its there.
Cheers to Apple...Today is your day....won't buy you a beer though I think you can afford your own.
Having discussed this with people familiar to the matter you wont be uploading tracks per se but a signature that determines what the track is. Not going to be perfect but it wont be 20 GB's worth of data
Its the largest outsourcing company that you have never heard of. 100,000+ people on 5 continents I believe. I only heard of them when I was hired as a contractor for a large US defense contractor. They are based in a 3 story black modern office building 2 blocks from where Im sitting right now.
so its just auto complete then
The firefox search field still functions as original. So if the censor those from the autocomplete that still leaves: non auto complete version of Google, mobile google.com. search fields in various browsers that are set to google, scroogle, google toolbars, other search engines, TPB, Extratorrent, etc. Yes Google has really got us by the short and curlys on torrents.
The precedent however is what is spooky. I dont like that they can make an agreement with <entity> and then certain words return no results. Good news is that it is not a mandate by the gov.com....well yet at least so it leaves it open to other providers to fill that void.
As a windows 7 HTPC user running an ION motherboard(atom 330 + Nvidia 9400M). I can say that Flash runs rather admirably for the issues its supposed to exhibit on a high resolution. Also Flash 10 with the hardware acceleration helps alot, which should have been added years ago. No skips or stuttering and it has passed the wife acceptance factor test which means the HTPC is used far more than the rabbit ears which are soon going to be connected to a ATSC card on said HTPC.
Im in the same boat
I'm one of those that now only really requires a phone with 3g and an internet connection for home. I have a HDTV for movies, hulu, and netflix. I have rabbit ears for local news and Law and order.
Sure it has been pointed out before
But Verizon uses CDMA hence no SIM. AT&T uses GSM and hence SIM. Now my understanding of the 2 is that in fact they are very similar except for key points to make CDMA unworkable with GSM
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