9 posts • joined 22 Jun 2010
fyi - for any prospective buyers...
hopefully they'll allow purchasing to be password protected.
worth a read if you're interested in buying one...
good point - should've used this icon
Silk via EC2 seems to be optional...
and by optional, I mean opt-out.
From their T&C (section 1, 4th paragraph)
"You can also choose to operate Amazon Silk in basic or “off-cloud” mode. Off-cloud mode allows web pages generally to go directly to your computer rather than pass through our servers. As such, it does not take advantage of Amazon’s cloud computing services to speed-up web content delivery."
it's there (apparently)
according to their support forum android marketplace comes pre-installed...
looks good, but have a question...
Does this, or indeed any S40 Nokia have a built-in threaded-sms view?
(In fact, is a threaded view available on any S60 handsets?)
tbh I have no issue with Apple charging 30% - it is their store after all.
The problem I have is their insistence that App Store prices must be the same or better then those offered elsewhere. If it weren't for that (and I hope they get a kicking for that clause) then would there be this much of a fuss being made???
as others have mentioned...
talk is cheap - think this post says it all in it's title...
the fail icon's for you RIM
I second this - my 310XT along with Garmin Connect is essential in keeping me motivated, esp in the past few weeks when I could see doing nothing over xmas has led to a serious drop in pace :-(
Well if you fancy saving ~190 GBP then try this "RTek SiRF Star3GPS Rec/DataLog" - http://tinyurl.com/294tdwr
Ok, it's not waterproof nor have a fancy magnetic holder but it runs for ages using AAA batteries and logs my runs accurately enough.
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