394 posts • joined Wednesday 21st April 2010 11:10 GMT
Re: £99 From Tesco .....
You can "boost" it also ... Someone got one for about £45.
The Japanese cornered the TV market long before LG & Samsung came along.
He must be very sad to see his share options going up.
Re: Too expensive.
£375 sim free on Amazon.
My imaginary iphone 5S battery is perfect, I don't know why all the isheep are screaming about this non issue.
Professional turd polisher
Even I couldn't polish those MS turds.
The Reg still does postback to register a vote.
I wonder how hard it is to buy/sell guns, compared to stolen phones, in NYC?
What we need is an install to upgrade XP to ChromeOS ... come Google!!!
Always thought that Jobs batted for the other side.
The little sympathy I had for Samsung had disappeared with the region locking & cheating.
I would never buy their products again until they clean up the act.
It won't be cheaper than pi or arduino. I suspect around £150.
Stop buying Samsung!!!
I'm advising friends & family not to buy any Samsung products, being a geek has its perks. :-)
If we (the free tech support for family/friends) act together and advise them to avoid Samsung, I'm sure this will hit Samsung hard.
Re: This is the most assine article ever....
Does the "lock & wipe" work when the SIM is removed?
Buy the new phones
If you want ios7, why don't you buy the new phones? You poor chavs!!!
The cost is an unhappy user because he/she didn't have the satisfaction of paying for something, i.e shopaholic.
It stays on the A7 until the NSL arrives, ask the Lava dude.
Picked one up from Tesco over the weekend for £180 (£200 - £20 off voucher with £200 spent).
What are they like with software upgrade?
I'm a bit cheesed off with Motorola and want to switch.
Time for MS to upgrade backdoors for NSA.
Billionaire ... she really knows how to pick them.
My 60 years old aunt drives a Volvo.
Mo goes to the mountain now. hahaha ...
Screw them for region locking their product!!!
Was going to buy it for my young kids.
Re: If backdoors and vulnerabilities are unacceptable then there is only one logical conclusion
I suspect these back doors were put there by Intel and Microsoft, but Lenovo subverted them for their uses.
For companies to put back doors in their products in the age of Twitter is suicidal.
I suspect those back doors belong to the component manufacturers, Lenovo just integrated into their products. The agencies are being quiet which components had/have back doors in them.
I wouldn't surprise if Intel and mates put back doors in for themselves and Lenovo was just exploiting them.
Re: Why San Fran?
Why do banks go to London and not Liverpool?
Re: Just another example
See fairy dust comment above.
£300 too much.
You can get a portable web browsing machine for around £50.
They had to patch the service to allow NSA to speed up emails extraction.
AnTuTu rigged the tests, wonder how much $$ were thrown their way?
Got an ARM based Samsung Chromebook on sale last month for £129, installed Linux on it. What a brilliant little machine. If Acer/MS want to compete they may have to up the specs or lower the price.
The screen on this Acer not too impressive at all.
She is a woman judge, forgive her for her confusion.
"wary of job-hoppers" ... I change my job every 2 years (max) to keep me from getting bored. I have never had any issues with getting a new job. Put in my notice, then I have 4 weeks to look for the next job. Easy!
Apple's divorce from Samsung is going well I see.
It's nice to have options, isn't it?
Oh wait a minute, you don't have those options on the iPhones.
Every chav on my council estate got an iPhone.
Intel, the company with dodgy business practices, producing chips that are 2 years behind the curve.
Re: "You can even use more than two apps at once – three, to be precise."
They hard coded 3 into the loop.
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