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Is Apple's cash pile big enough to Buy Samsung?
The cache/cloud storage problem could be saved by using the SD memory card slot. Oh, hang on...
Ignoring the other issues, handling 4 million of anything in 3 days is impressive
Can we spare a thought for the people whose homes and jobs have been affected already, and in the future? around 300 are dead and 3 million homeless.
I don't know about you, but I can live with my existing hard disks for a while.
if you want a tech angle, the Radio Amateur Society of Thailand is organising communications and accepting relief donations: http://www.qsl.net/rast/
Wouldn't Ivor Catt have loved this?
There is some development in LO to that end, but the Ios toolchain seems to be hampering things there
I don't mind in the slightest if both OpenOffice and LibreOffice are succesful, or if they diverge. I suspect that both will benefit a bit from M$'s continual tinkering with its user interface.
Both have rough edges to be removed, but I wish both of them well.
What about it?
Not to mention the insignificance of drag coefficient on a car that will spend its whole life in traffic jams on the school run.
I strongly suspect the the Brits are top at harris tweed, shotguns, leather thigh boots, and grousemoor as well.
Lets see if I've got this right?
What we are saying is the ten most famous US companies are from the USA?
Is that it?
In response to all the down-voters
it would not be hard, as in many hotels, for the ISP to have a filter maintained by them at their end, which you could ask to be be removed on a subscription-by-subscription basis. Then, at least, the big boys would be doing some of the work, not blaming the victims.
My Virgin Mobile account worked exactly like that. I telephoned them and confirmed I wanted access controls removed, and they did it. What is wrong with that?
Bone idle bastards
I can recall campaigning in the 1990s for them to develop spam-proof email, but 'nothing to do with us, chief'. Still the same. Giving customers a hollow choice over what they do on their own machines will cost them nothing.
It is this sort of 'give us money, we do nothing to earn it' attitude that will lead to government legislation, and that will be a shambles
Nothing wrong with trying something new
I applaud Canonical for trying something new. And, if it is not to your liking there are loads of alternatives, unlike certain other OS suppliers.
That said, I'm not too convinced yet, and find the idea of searching by programme name faintly laughable in an environment where silly names seem de rigeur!
But lets not stick in the mud, eh? This is an industry that started with teletypes.
That would be an external person with a warped sense of humour?
I know its considered cheaper than its rivals, but it still seems like a load of money to me. And once hooked you can't stop paying,...
(can you guess which I think it is).
can't it be both?
I am reminded of some dockyard whore watching a lady in evening dress and describing her as 'a bit of a slapper'
I think the Mandy Rice-Davies comment is apposite here.
Please, no. What on earth would be the point?
I was thinking that
So, how does the power consumption compare to an htpc?
The sound equivalent of the olympic 2012 logo
From tonight's news
We can expect TalkTalk, Sky, and BT to block this then?
I want to disagree
But I read the article twice and I am still not sure what point is being made.
So I sort of basically feel in disagreement with something or other.
It ain't the domain that's the problem.
It's the bankers.
Some of Stallman's achievements have been very important, world changing, liberating.
But he can be a complete arse sometimes.
I know CCmail used to do this, and do it well. Atachments were singled out too, held once even if appearing to be duplicated in replies and forwards, or dragged into completely new threads.
I've see no evidence that exchange does any of this.
$MEGACORP enforces a 5Gb limit for network profiles, including shadows of 'my documents' and of outlook email.
It then tells us to use rtf format emails. Most company-wide emails are html format.
Then there is a retention policy that, as far as I can see, means we have to keep everything except birthday-cake-at-the-watercooler announcements. For >6 years. The retention policy includes rules on email naming conventions that I have /never/ seen the management respect, and on trimming quotation of older emails that I have /never/ seen the management respect either.
My .pst files are around 10Gb each, and I have been given a 500G LaCie to shadow them on. In five years no-one has once asked if I am doing that.
According to the policy failure to retain emails is my fault.
I doubt non-tech people would cope with the questions!
That's actually quite cool.
I really don't understand this flat video camera layout.
How are you supposed to hold it steady, look at the screen, and do things like pan or zoom?
So, you can connect to Viera and view what they want you to. Big * deal.
If I am going to plug in the internut I want to be able to run a browser and watch everything I can on my computer, otherwise no deal.
Here is a hint
Perhaps, Mr Obama, if you didn't go round the world pissing people off and bombing their weddings then you would not have to be all panicy that one of them might come visiting while a bit cross.
Someone knows how to spell 'bated breath'
It's not an iron lung, you know
I really don't care if the computers work or not.
It's a sports day and a political bunfight. None of it matters.
>I'm all ears.
Should know a lot about sound, then!
It is very difficult for people without a good enough education, or experience, to discriminate 'correlation' from 'causality', for a start.
If Elop finds out about Meltimi...
Yes, a one page 'getting started' in multiple languages, is quite a book.
14 in the constitution, 22 in the courts, 415 languages according to the UN: The census of 1961 recognized 1,652 languages used in India
Surely when the cat is asleep you have to consider its rest mass instead?
I just want there to be so many patent suits going on that the entire world's mobile phone network gets switched off. I may get some work done to schedule then.
A fair argument - but why, then, do so many 10" netbooks retail at half of that figure?
What is this 'holiday' of which you speak, oh alien one?
I can't remember the last one of them
the Yougov result should be no surprise to anyone reading the comments here, on enGadget, and a million and one other places.
It is a mark of the greed and stupidity of HP, Rim, etc. that they tried to sell at the Apple price point.
The Evo won’t allow you to take portrait shots in 3D.
Do you know many people with one eye above the other?
The real solution is PMR446 radios?
You can't be arrested for having one of they, they sell them in chavshops
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Only place to put this on my telly would be round the back. Does the IR remote work well with reflected paths, or does it have to be line-of-sight?
Do they do a version upholstered in Burbury check?
what happened to the Riockall Times web site? That wasn't you lot was it?
yer thinking of Gruinard - would not get any sheep to stay on Rockall!
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