14 posts • joined Wednesday 6th June 2007 16:22 GMT
My soundbite hell.
Home Office Minister Alan Campbell said: "Ecstasy can and does kill unpredictably.
I agree Alan, it's so much better to be killed predictably, e.g. by smoking or alcoholism.
To the AC's
Re: battery Life
You're wrong. The battery life on the current firmware is epic. Only the (beta) firmware that Orange launched on 2 weeks prior to anyone else was an issue.
Re: RIM relay
The data is encrypted (either Triple-DES or AES) end to end (between BES and device), so there is NO chance of RIM accessing your data. It's been cleared for the US military/gov, and has UK CESG approval. It's certainly more secure than a mobile phone call (for example).
Let's spin it another way
How about: Personal Responsibility
Some people need to grow up, get a spine, and accept the consequences. "Hey, look mum, I'm watching telly in Portugal on my mobile. What's that? It's going to cost me more than £2.30? Shorely Shum Mishtake."
I would suggest there is a disconnect between what people "want", and what a corporate IT department will be prepared to deploy to its user community.
Apart from a small number of 'C' level execs - where anything goes, I cannot see a large scale iPhone deployment to a corporate in the UK anytime soon.
Actually, the other reason is to replace the ageing 8707 which also supports 3g and fulfills the remit when you need a device to operate in Japan and other far east countries that are 3g only.
Also, a number of users are using them as tethered modems as well.
Iberico ham is the Shiznit.
Never mind sarnies, I had this for lunch on a recent trip to Spain, just served simply with some toasted amonds, a bit of manchego cheese, a few olives and some cold beer. Beautiful.