16 posts • joined Thursday 17th February 2011 11:35 GMT
WTF?! "This App is not compatible with Nexus 7
I've been using Swiftkey 3 Tablet for ages on my Nexus 7. Now it seems that it's no longer available in the Play store for this tablet?
Ever seen those foil balloons? There is a reason they're not made out of rubber. Helium molecules are so small they pass easily through rubber. Even the foil balloons can't retain the helium indefinitely. So it would be interesting to hear how they solve this problem with these drives. The cynic in me says sees "planned Obsolescence.
Hmm, not sure about this.
I predict that the 7" format will be a huge success (Android or Apple).
While the iPad is a superb machine, it's just not portable enough and the Nexus 7's popularity shows that when the tablet is of high enough quality then it will catch on..
I think the new flat, sharp, plain look is synonymous with the current era of austerity.
Let's hope it doesn't portend the same for MS.
I'm sorry, but I persevered with the first 17 minutes and then gave up - just too much inane banter
Is Creationism creeping into science?
Should we trust anything written in "Photonics" when they say :
... leaves' surface structures are “designed to bend and control ....
Surely that should be HAVE EVOLVED TO...
What the F... Hell was that all about?
Not what I have observed
Strange, I would have said, from my experiences that spam seems to be on the rise over the past couple of months...
Their "Locate" and "Scream" functions no longer work
I've been using this app for about 7 months. It's hard to say if it has protected me as it has never found an infected file but gives me a warm feeling of security ... until now. Every couple of months I do a "locate" check and it has always found my phone, but no longer - it's just stopped working.
Perhaps it's time to jump ship
Response from My Council Services
I posted the following message to their Support site:-
FYI this app fails to install on my phone with this message “Your device is not compatible with this item”
I have the HTC Desire and suspect this is because I have rooted the phone, replacing HTC Sense with the MIUI ROM which allows apps to be run from the SD card so as to free up internal RAM. You may want to consider modifying the app to facilitate this, thus allowing you to reach a larger technically literate audience. Thanks
... and got the following response:-
Thank you for your email. We cannot allow the app to be run from the SD card as it means anyone can have access to our control scripts which define how the program should look for each council.
"User Experience Analytics"
I could find no way to disable the above. The agreement seems to imply that it is a take it or leave it option:-
"By participating user experience analytics, you allow an agent running in the background. It will collect the user experience data to help our future improvements"
I really like this idea
While I do it, I am not comfortable storing my backups in the cloud.
I’m entirely dependent upon the goodwill of the service provider and I have to trust them with my data.
To mitigate this problem I currently compress and and encrypt my critical backups to a single file which I then upload to the service provider. This means that the data should be useless to them – but it does make for a rather inefficient upload.
However the concept of a cloud of peer-to-peer devices capable of storing portions of my encrypted data – something like bittorrent – is facinating.
The only thing is; do we really need a dedicated device – surely this could be done (or is perhaps is already being done?) via our existing machines.
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