9 posts • joined 19 Apr 2010
Re: How long does it take?
But this might just be a case of a lazy programmer, who needed access to some data that required authentication and decided (because he/she had an oh so important deadline) that it was just easier to take a shortcut... and of course now they need the time to actually analyze the problem and create a proper solution...
Re: @Oli 1
Even if I wanted to give a try to all types of phones (test one BB, one WinPho, one iPhone and two or three different Android based phones) I just don't have the €2000 (or the time to be honest) required for the test... so yes, my choice must be conditioned by press reviews and peer pressure... sad, but logical...
No reason to interpolate, for 2020 you would have 28.8ZB*sqrt(2)=40.7ZB, which is exactly the figure they are giving...
that should be...
Phones for couples?
I might be missing the point here, but what is difference between a phone targeted for 'singles' or for 'couples'? Automatic electric shocks whenever you look at a hot girl/guy?
You have also appeared on a well-known spanish newspaper:
Of course, they highlight the fact that it all occured in Ávila!
mr. god, calling mr. god
"We at Vulture Central are putting our money on Latvian hopeful Aisha, who will be performing What For? (Only Mr. God Knows Why)."
Just don't bet too much money, as she was dismissed in the first semifinal!
trying to recover old friends?
If you try that in Spain, Yahoo! comes first if you look for the noun ('buscador')...
Wow, you really went far to test the system... were you afraid of the icelandic dust?
Now, that's perfect, trying to spot the google streetview spymobile was getting old... now we can look for the PARIS command vehicle!
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