Re: How about "no", Mr. Chen?
Not if it works he hasn't!
5966 posts • joined 28 May 2010
Not if it works he hasn't!
Really very similar to the super-cheap W8 upgrade they offered (£25 IIRC) except it's totally free this time rather than almost free during the promotional period.
Where is your medical degree from Jess?
My Lumia phone IS my sat-nav.
And now I really want curry. You bastards.
...and thanks for all the F***
I'm still waiting for it on my Lumia 1020. At least I think I am, nobody has told me it's available or that I have it installed, and voice recognition is only good enough for "phone mum" or "call 0123 456 789".
If it was 32GB maybe, since many Win8 tablets ships with 32-64Gb SSDs. For a travel-PC that spare 90Gb will do nicely, we forget just how much space ONE gigabyte is when it comes to storing documents!
Seemingly both incredibly daft and actually quite cool, in a nerdy kind of way.
I think all of us were BORN with dainty fingers. They just didn't stay that way.
It's almost like the world of technology changes over time.
America's the best country in the world and if you don't agree I'll shoot you with this gun I am entitled to own.
In an American's eyes, a Canadian would view the opportunity to relocate to the US of A like a winning lottery ticket!
Gates was known for being pretty tough too in the early days, but more on the technical side where you might get ripped apart if your proposal wasn't thorough.
Well they both left already didn't they - X-files went on for something like 9 series and at least one of the main cast left well before the end. I only watched the first few series but I'm told it went down the Lost route i.e. crap.
I'm not sure - being lashed to the point they have to stop so you don't die, allowed to heal so they can repeat the process, TWENTY TIMES, many might prefer death. He's surely likely to die from the punishment and/or spend years in agony.
It was pretty soft really, all things considered - like it was coming down sideways.
I recommend reading "The Light of Other Days" (SF novel) as a "what if privacy disappeared" thought experiment. It's quite apt. For that matter, the Culture universe (Iain M Banks) - which is often depicted as a free-thinking utopia - shares this concept although it's not really a key theme.
The implementation was undeniably ugly but there's really SO much promise to the concept. Maybe not for every-day use - that depends on fashion as much as utility - but for many, many learning and educational uses.
I have a few great app ideas but it seems a bit pointless to work on them with nobody to sell the apps to :(
They've stopped selling the prototype version and moving the development team out of the "pie in the sky department" into a real division - that sounds more like gearing up for a real product to me.
Yeah, the 1020 is flipping amazing not just as a camera but for video and audio. When you record a live band/gig on it, and play it back in your living room, it actually sounds like you remember it!
The picture even shows someone half-way through trying to make a bacon roll-up.
I guess you could grind up crispy bacon and mix it with tobacco. I'm hereby registering "Pigar"
So you want to the EU to dictate tax rates to member states?
You pay tax on profit. Paying 2000 salaries costs quite a lot :)
Yeah, every country uses the same technical standards.
Using an open-source tool in preference to their own product? Ouch. They used to use Perforce for Windows OS development as well during the VSS era.
That seems a poor argument, regardless how useless this particular product is.
With baby crap that's all you need to sell, sometimes... play on the worried parents' insecurities about their ability to look after the child.
I think you're overthinking this.
Parents have been using baby monitors for decades so really this is in that mold, not some new development.
Still way OTT though, you'd be constantly freaking out "oh no his heart-rate is 2bmp faster than normal what's wrong"
It's a fix!
Giving 10% of annual revenue to said employees is ridiculous. They would be so much richer than their peers that everyone else would be jealous they never got screwed over in the first place!
Anon don't really care who they fight with as long as they have someone to fight and it gets them in the news.
They probably store them in their side of the ISS.
40X further from the Sun than Earth is, there can't be a whole lot of light to take pictures. Does that mean pictures will inevitably be low-quality or does it carry a massive flash-bulb?
He should've carried 5C models then it would've been OK.
That's a standard laptop screen size, or it should be!
Is that a real WP variable or part of the dodgy code?
And that IBM system was available for consumer purchase at a reasonable price?
Printed cheese or butter designs would be pretty cool.
I have to say, I couldn't disagree more. That distinction is very important to me, at least!
How long before Heston Blumenthal starts using one in his restaurants?
billionaire player behaving antisocially in-game, safe in the knowledge that their bank balances can handle a few million credits of virtual fines
If the purpose of an MMO is to model people behaving as people in a virtual world, then this seems spot on. People are gits, rich people get away with it!
Still, having your stuff in a rocket which blew up would be pretty neat (if it was unmanned - was it?)
... I think I'll have cheese for lunch.
Not VERY different. Basically just gravity; one expects they do their tests in vacuum. Maybe they even test it in controlled free-fall?
You mean when it was rubbish because nobody was investing money in it, companies thought a GeoCities page done by the boss' nephew was a "web presence", and we didn't have decent internet even if there was content worth waiting for?
Yeah why make something easier?
I rather read this as keeping the mirrors as is, but adding HUD to them so you look in your wing-mirror and it highlights the fact the car coming up behind you is an Audi travelling at 108mph so you can get out of the way! Combining real optics and extra information rather than just putting in a camera... so if there's a fault you can still see.
Based on the article I thought the price would be like £9k... not £16k! That's proper car prices.