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320 posts • joined 20 May 2010
I disagree, El Reg has the most annoying ads outside of the daily mail. Animated, noisy, big and bordering the text while you are trying to read it. Without an adblocker this website is impossible to read for any length of time.
I'm using one right now to block the flashing wrap-around ads on El Reg. I assume you still do that, probably sound coming from it too.
Although most of the time I forget its running, so it's a real shock to use other people's computers.
'You obviously fail to get the joke about Bobby Ewing and the dream. You must not be old enough to remember 'Dallas' from the 1980's and 'Who shot JR?'.'
Some of us had better things to do...
I'll be ignoring those Reserved ticket things from now on then...
As detailed in The Book of Dave. ;)
Autorun enabled for USB drives until Windows 7 perhaps...
Oh that's right you are the one trying to fit us with blinkers...
There is only one true "Bob".
I assume you didn't look for an iPlayer app? :D
Another anti-BBC rant by Orlow...
Naming yourself after the postcode for Dalston does not make you cool. ;)
IMSI-catchers are used routinely in London, running AIMSICD is an eye opener.
So there is a way to get a UK IP address on Azure, run it yourself.
Makes you wonder where that 'invoice' money is headed.
Without voice isn't this just Bing search?
Seems like a con.
A Google version of fon and meshing would be nice.
"When somebody sends something from an app that's integrated with Messenger, the recipient will also be able to find out about the app and easily install it themselves."
How much did the council get for the footage?
If it cost more to run than it brought in perhaps it needed to be higher. The tax rate has been much higher in the past without bank bailouts crippling the country.
Blimey, this wasn't written by Orlow? I spose it wasn't anti-BBC enough...
Due to the closed nature of the chosen SoC. I assume MS were able to get details and driver sources.
Now it all makes sense, it was announced last week that the RT version of Win10 would be late. I guess adding the extra hardware platform (probably a management afterthought) slowed/set back development. I was thinking they were phasing out support for ARM because of the poor sales of Surface RT devices.
GCHQ could redeem themselves by spying on bankers and bringing a few to justice.
Just the other day I was thinking isn't it great that you can point a TV camera at the sun and not get blinded by the playback.
Are 97% of UK households 'Typical households' ?
Never mind that, once every device has IPV6 addressing uk.gov's recent 'We want IP subscriber details kept for years' plan kicks in and suddenly makes sense.
...it runs Android!
Sorry El Reg? Can you clarify? Does this only affect version 4.2.2?
Google Wave? Is that you?
Is the article saying whitespace between DTV muxes, or muxes over whitespace?
Install Ubuntu on an Android Nexus phone along with the required software, plug in external battery and package for posting.
From the opinions, Team Register = Andrew Orlowski. Android and BBC hater.
How exactly does it know which appliance is using what? Unless monitoring is done socket by socket, this sounds like an expensive solution looking for a problem.
Wouldn't it be much better just to offer a power usage audit for those that want it? Scoring appliances against an average.
"And formatting a PC hard drive doesn't securely wipe it either. Is this really news, or just someone trying to sell their product?"
MrWibble, I was thinking the same, I'd use 3rd party software to zero a drive the same as I would a phone or tablet or Mac...
Skipped to the end, at least El Reg remembered Power PC, many (the verge, bbc) had forgotten.
However my point? I don't really have one.They were never competitors, there was never any hate, it was just a marketing campaign.
Apple embraced the IBMPC platform in the end didn't they, perhaps they need to move back to RISC now that ARM is getting to Intel like levels of processing...
I don't give a crap what Apple do, I know they are evil. I look at these specs and see a £400 cheapo computer.
What annoys me is that this will be copied. Now that Apple have done it Dell will do it, once the hatred has died down HP will do it.
Any figures on how much these people were paid to add Taxi's to the Oyster card?
Grooveshark.com were hit by a DDOS over the weekend too.
Ya beat me to it!
I was gonna say, if you think you need an app to view porn you deserve the discomfort...
Why does he feel the need...
Weirdly the best laptop speakers I've heard in 14 years of IT were on the HP Chromebook 11, not a popular choice of machine and the speakers being under the keyboard is a bit odd but the clarity blew me away.
Also seen posing as a FAX with the same dropbox links.
It's a trick!
No more updates, boots quickly.
HP Chromebook 10
Google are not the Internet, removal from Google isn't removal from the Internet. This is not a free speech issue.