14 posts • joined Thursday 11th November 2010 13:01 GMT
With all the new suicide nets, maybe they do not need to hire new employees at such a great pace. Just recycle the jumpers instead of replacing.
Supermicro motherboards. I think I would pass on that. I have had 3 GPU servers built with Supermicro boards and all 3 needed the motherboards replaced before I could get them to boot reliably.
You mean an nicer artist's rendition. The Reg image is not a direct image. At least the Independent has the original data image.
No longer needed
Why would Apple want to support the YouTube app anymore. When iOS first came out Google did not have HTM5 working with YouTube so any iOS device needed a special app to be able to play the videos since Flash was not available. Now Apple is better off not redirecting YouTube anymore since it work and gives the users a better experience as they will not have to wait for another app to start before they can see the latest lolcat.
I am still wating for 6
I have a 9650 that is running 5 and I am still waiting for 6. Verizon or RIM have not made it available for my phone yet. I probably be at the end of my 2 years before I see any of the newer versions.
This is probably other browsers using IE6s browser string so that sites will be rendered without the dreaded please use IE6 junk. I bet there are a bunch of Chinese Browsers based on other technologies that all say they are IE6.
You all did get "Lifetime" subscriptions. You failed to notice that "Lifetime" meant the lifetime of the service which TiVo just killed.
I always figure "lifetime" means the the lifetime of the device which could be 5 minutes.
U3 should still work
U3 autorun will still work as U3 sets part of the drive to look like a CD to the OS. The autorun is from this protected cd image if I remember correctly.
I would think that this could be used by a virus as well.
I think the reason we are seeing this is that it is getting easier to get radio modules that have both CDMA and GSM. If the part is the same size as older versions and cheap enough, why not have a iPad/iPhone that can do it all.
What about Dell
Does the 40k include the 26k phones that Dell was providing for their employees?