Re: Love the paper maps
OSMAND+ works very well on my MOTO G,
42 posts • joined 6 Oct 2010
OSMAND+ works very well on my MOTO G,
That's because they're maps, not just charts like the google stuff.
I've never had a problem with OSMAND+ voice stuff, it works well for me both here and in locations like Italy and Madeira.
Great application, excellent value for a few pence on Android. I don't think the OS people will beat it.
Or indeed OLED, which seems to have become just a niche technology.
A static market was only to be expected and it will remain so until there is a breakthrough in display technology. At present we are stuck with E-ink, fine in daylight but slow and b/w only, and LCDs. Which, even in their best incarnations are totally useless in sunlight.
The same applies to phones.
Anyone who thinks Ebay is an 'online tat bazaar' is as thick as several very short planks. It is certainly true that some sellers offerings are below par, but really it's replaced local shops as the place you can find all those things you can't get locally any more.
I'm afraid I object to the increasing integration of government databases of any description. I'll opt out thanks.
"(although they get paid whoever wins really)"
I don't know why the headline on the front page reads 'one time' telco monopoly.
Oh, a mechanical anomaly?. More of those Chinese bearings they always ship unlubricated for some reason I suppose...
Well done. An excellent magazine in its time. And responsible I'm sure for the initiation of many of our engineers.
I agree, talking inside cars should be immediately banned.
Sorry, did a search for 'sd'!!! But a trad nexus device then. So it would have to be OTG...And rooted to get write access.
Of course that's until Google decide to stop rooting.
I've heard that the mysterious barge is actually going to be a prison ship where those who have rooted can be sent for corrective treatment.
The real problem is that there is no new technology applicable in their market area that Apple can pretend to have invented.
What would change the world of course is a viable high definition, daylight readable, colour display technology capable of use in the whole range of display sizes. OLED still seems a bit stuck in a time warp. Something NEW is needed...
The more I think about it, the more I realise I won't be buying any new phone/laptop/tablet until this occurs. All that we now have are annual minor performance increments.
And of course I'll skip the silly watches and glasses entirely.
Do you remember when there used to be some GOOD greens in industrial use? Nice blue-greens, deep greens, sea greens etc. But now from M&S to Apple, all they seem to know about is a pale, wishy washy yellow-green single version of the colour. Presumably some international standard. It's very sad.
Good to see another recommendation for Talktalk, who of course have their own presence in most UK exchanges.
Personally, I get the full expected speed from the line, excellent reliability and subscription price.
Sleep walking into supranational totalitarianism.
But the point is that the human eye is more sensitive to the red end of the spectrum rather than the blue. That's why years ago fluorescent lamp manufacturers spent lots of money developing the 'warm' tubes that are more human friendly than the cold raw tubes. The led lamp manufacturers have not yet got to this stage of development, which is why the light from them is currently so 'cold'. I'll start getting them when they make them human friendly!
Yes, still using my perfect Netbook daily, a Dell Mini 10v with the 1366x768 HD screen option, now running Win 7 Pro, full Aero with a 120GB SS disk. And built in DVB TV. The only addition has been a bluetooth mouse. Runs Office 2000 perfectly well and has a good keyboard. What more can be asked?. I'm sure I'll keep it forever!
I recall watching this as a young teenager when it was first broadcast, and on a small black and white tv, I have to tell you it was really scarey. The scariest bit was when the ground around the chap who'd been running and fallen could actually be seen rippling.
The Hammer colour film remake is also pretty good.
And finally, a word for the radio series 'Journey into Space', which I heard as a child. The thought of the tapping outside the hull and the automaton's voice 'it is forbidden to proceed beyond this point without wearing protective clothing' still chill me!
The reviewer has clearly led a sheltered life if he/she thinks this out of date device is any good compared to the many cheaper Android tablets around. But then the review is clearly intended to be provocative to help page clicks...
"The football fraternity.. should lap this thing up"
Says it all really!
It's Gorilla glass too.
I'd not noticed the whole set of Peanuts here. Excellent, thanks. Go Joe Cool!
Of course Plusnet are simply a subsidiary of BT...
However, be that as it may, the important thing with Talktalk is NEVER use the call centre, use the excellent TT staff supporting the on line user forum. I'm surprised that people here don't already know that.
Never knowingly over staffed.
I do wish they'd stop calling these maps. Ordnance Survey make real maps. Google's stuff, though possibly OK for driving, are merely charts. And in my area, with known inaccuracies.
I opened the article expecting to find an array of 80s devices. But it's just about boring games for kiddies. I had hoped to see a mention of the NewBrain, the most ambitious of those devices. Unfortunately it used, as I recall it, standard TTL and use to overheat as a result.
Wow, weird looking place. is that where Superman grew up?
... is constructed in exactly the same way as this laughable 'patent'. When WILL the US government sort out the incompetents in charge of their patents office>
And only 3 years after lots of us hackintoshed our netbooks...
But smartphones are already too big. So you might as well go that little bit bigger, forget the phone bit and have a smallish tablet.
Same size as the board, and very similiar guts, to my PopcornHour media box. I would assume other systems like the WD Box are similar. The costs come in firmware/ menu development.
Since I got my 1012, with its Broadcom Crystal HD video speedup chip, and 1366x768 screen resolution, Bluetooth mouse etc., I've hardly ever switched my big laptop on. Browses fine, runs Win 7 Home Premium, Office and everything else I want very well. What on earth are those people complaining about browsing speed doing with them?
Come to think of it, the only time I do switch my big one on is when I'm using remote access on it to do video editing on my desktop...
I've also got the earlier mini 1010, running dual boot Win 7 and Snow Leopard.
Yes, no way I'm going to have a bare piece of glass lying around in my pocket amongst the coins, keys etc. I'll wait until the stupid non clamshell fad passes thanks.
Provided you can find another means of internet access, in the rare event of a problem, their web user forum, which is staffed very competently is excellent. I would avoid phone support or their top level web page support though, it's the user forum you need.
One day is the average for the current generation of these things?????!!!! I'll stick to my proper cellphone thanks.
My Dell mini 1012 has 1366x768 resolution, and the broadcom graphics speed up chip so it plays HD well. I think only the CPU and RAM are constrained by MS.
Was 'Signs' the crop circle one?. On Sky movies last week. Hilariously bad, they even had kids in tinfoil helmets!!!
They aren't really catching up. Toyota have had an Atkinson cycle petrol engine in the Prius for 10 years now... Miller is just a variant of that though both are different from the standard Otto cycle operation.
Or people who just paid £1 once to see what it was like...
Just thought I'd point out that Calibre can be setup to email converted books directly to the free.amazon address so they appear automatically on your Kindle via wifi. There is no need to connect via USB.