66 posts • joined Friday 25th March 2011 00:42 GMT
Re: Diatoms, its full of diatoms!
Looks suspiciously like a microscopic intergalactic space transport to me. It's even got windows.
Re: I really dislike dyson
2-3 times a week?! Do you have OCD?
Re: No non-compete agreements at Google ?
Good luck trying to enforce that in a Chinese court.
Re: What on Earth is the point?
Because it's all the underlings doing the actual 'work' ?
Re: not ready for any work
Should have used Evernote then, or some other cloud based note app.
Re: <insert Googly NSFW expression here>
Exactly, you should be reading El Reg on the website, and clicking on all those lovely google provided adverts. Killing Reader makes perfect sense.
Reminded me of a quote by Jeff Hammerbacher (Cloudera / ex-facebooker) in a story from last year - "The best minds of my generation are thinking about how to make people click ads," he says. "That sucks."
Agree about Youtube - my kids watch episodes of Thomas the Tank Engine, Chip 'n Dale, and so on. Just because they're on Youtube that gives the impression that it's all legit, when I know they are most likely not and just haven't had a takedown request (yet).
It's not robbing Peter to pay Paul..
..it's robbing Peter to pay Peter.
It would be too late now to be of any use. Water under the bridge and all that..
Re: replaced in 2007
Didn't Tom Baker do the 1471 - who rang you last - job for a while?
Re: Tracking my interest in sauerkraut
And you only need to buy sauerkraut once every couple of years, at least in our house. The Piccalilli relish has laid dormant in the cupboard for five years now.
'Hard-working and proactive' sounds like a euphemism for 'working for 12 hours a day to fix this mess'
..a tribunal. I don't think they'll be fined that much either.
Don't worry, Apple will have patented it already.
Re: Taking EU taxpayer dollars then making patents is a disgrace
At least it's more preferable than Apple taking out another patent on something they didn't invent themselves.
Fill it fit in most network area storage boxes?
Re: Of course...
er, because the scientific paper was all about a specific valley feature in the West Antarctic ice sheet?
Sounds like the next advert for Ryanair.
Re: @AC; Wednesday 20th June 2012 15:49 GMT
With the UK extradition law so biased towards the US, surely he'd have *less* chance of being extradited there from Sweden?
Re: Those legitimate websites
Pretty much any website that serves up advert banners can be susceptible, if the advert is malicious.
Re: Unlikely to be evolution
Probably more likely due to the advent of caesareans, and the removal of the evolutionary pressure of big headed babies killing themselves and their mother at birth?
Re: Go SpaceX -- waste?
And those cell towers then rely on GPS and GPS time data for handovers..
Re: I'm confused...
er.. Greece, Turkey, Cyprus ?
Re: Omnishambles a new word for a new standard in incompetence.
It'll be UAVs doing all the AWACS soon anyway.?
Cambridge != UK
Reading the headline, I would have thought it was for every hospital in the UK, rather than just two..
Just about every Android phone..
..since version 2.2 can be a wi-fi hotspot, and there's no carrier restrictions on tethering in Australia too (I believe). There isn't in NZ anyways, where both fixed line and mobile broadband is EVEN MORE expensive
Re: Girls don't need an app
No need to be homophonic
Re: non standard Apple 2048 x 1536 V a real Samsung WQXGA panel at 2560 x 1600, no contest
The point isn't the specs, it's what you can do with it. Until I bought my wife an iPad2 I'd forgotten that rather salient fact.
So telcos can charge you at the cost of 3g network data when you're actually on wi-fi, without you noticing you're being ripped off?
So retailers should just ignore these bans in the future?
..and wait for the inevitable overturn of the ban to use as their defence in court, when the firm that instigated the ban finally gets them in court individually as punishment for flouting the ban.
i.e. assume the ban will be overturned eventually so continue selling the banned items?
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