1604 posts • joined 24 May 2011
Wow - three "swissies" on the same chocolate thread...did we all move here for the work or the chocolate?
I'm with you there...holy f*ing crap!
Switzerland will fall into recession, and my dentist will go bankrupt!
Re: but only iTunes fans need apply.
Sorry bazza, but locked in?
iTunes will play DRM-free content you buy elsewhere, no problem. It's drag and drop.
Also, unDRMing iTunes content is no biggie either.
The author was correct in his statement. You just hate Apple, to the point it blinds you.
..three versions of Crysis, and Still no HL3, even with a 4 year head start.
C'mon Valve - WTF are you guys doing over there?
Re: Article Disappoints
What an anti-climax.
Re: 145quid toaster
If its the same sunbeam I'm thinking of, it'll be really slow, noisy, unrefined and will eventually set itself on fire...on the had shoulder of the M1
Yet another reason the yoof are leaving are the increasingly intrusive and entirely superficial nature of corporate on Facebook. Its the marketing department's latest wet dream.
Forget giving anything back. It's all about the sell, the deep sell, the cross sell.
Sometimes the yoof are cleverer than we give them credit for, if this is what they've spotted.
Maybe there more to it than teenagers
I for one, have slowed down on Facebook (and especially twitter) because increasingly plonkers keep posting cryptic response-bait posts like:
What is? The FTSE? Pressure? Was this your duvet choice? Frankly, even though I can probably work it out, I simply refuse to respond to shite like this. Whatever is down can stay down as far as I care.
Re: Not really thinking, are they?
Nope. That's a new one on me.
Giveaway - solid metal case, plus rose-tinted view of perfect laptop.
It's a Macbook Pro.
Bin this bollox and get back to HL3/2.3 please!
Re: iPad is pants
..because...Facebook users don't have pants?
Did I read that right?
Re: Who to believe?
Lemme guess...Apple also commisioned the IDC report too. The despicable cads.
Are there any market data reports which portray Apple in a favourable light that you *don't* think were commisioned by Apple?
Re: Who to believe?
Gotta say - this is a pretty tame entry for you...you on Meds or something?
One thing I'm not entirely clear on from the article...maybe I misread it...
IOS sandboxes applications, yes/no? But Android relies on a permission model, not sandboxing? So which is better?
Genuine query btw.
I mean...no working 3G? C'mon...They should just re-tool the original iphone and sell it for half/third of the price of the 3G counterparts.
I'm surprised they even managed to sell as many as they have.
Fine in principle, now just to find a vendor who can support my 3.2tb data store and the ability to stream the 1080p's I have in there...
Ah. Maybe not then.
Re: Huge, but underpowered
Tsk, tsk - you dared to compare it negatively to the iPad. In full view of the fandroids.
Valid points or not, it's downvote-ville for you...
"We find it disappointing that some regulators publicly express doubts of lawfulness without having accorded us any chance to engage on the issues of concern," he said.
"We find it disappointing that some regulators publicly express doubts of lawfulness without having accorded us any chance to blackmail them first with incriminating details from their browsing habits, contents of local wifi networks or cloud documents or GPS history" he said.
Re: Faraday bag?
Memory serves that there was a theoretical exploit for the battery controller on some Apple gear - ah wait here it is:
Now if you were really clever you'd hook up a similar battery-frying BIOS hack into Find my iphone app - a kind of permanent wipe to appear under "wipe device". Or link it into the passcode failure routine when FMI is unreachable.
DoS != hacking
Worth bearing in mind from the article is that it's only DoS that's been demostrated so far, which is hardly hacking and is relatively easy to arrange.
I suspect DoS was rated as low risk by HO IT Sec , so there's been no mitigation in place until now. I suspect that'll change in future now.
Once they can deface the sites, then we'll see. They'd still have to hack into core (as per my comments above) for this to be credible.
I'd wager the websites/servers were "easy", what with being out on the periphery (probably not even there - probably 3rd party hosted), and deemed "expendable".
Lets see them get to the core network. That'll get them real kudos. And hunted to the ends of the Earth.
Re: Marketing idea.
Probably quite easy in the target climate and cities; see comments on eco-chic above.
In the chilly UK however, that prize will need to include a f*ing medal.
"unlikely" to happen again
In accordance with Sod's law, a modern luxury cruise ship (which lets face it - have had good form recently) will prove that law is alive and well and these quacks utterly wrong.
Have these guy never heard the expression "tempting fate"?
Kudos After Dinnerjacket...
...all you need now is the white cat and underground lair.
Oblig SC/007 quote: "He's quite mad you know"
...talk about complicated!
How's that gonna work with the antennas? You'll have an ugly "transparent" plastic bit like on the iPad 3G?
Nah - I vote this rumor as (<--- see icon).
On the humorous side, it could add a whole new dimension to the "you're hold it wrong" cliche...
But even so, it's a reasonable precaution that all visiting Americans be held in quarantine for 6 months
So...the normal time it takes to get through heathrow passport control and customs then?
...and we're not heading in that direction already?
Actually not a bad idea!
Next...Apple lawyers will challenge Sumsung lawyers to a game of "paper, rock, scissors" to decide who's spelling of 'Applet' is correct. Best of 500, or the first one to top 1m in lawyers fees wins.
Anyone else sick of this shit yet?
Re: Does no one rememember the iPod?
Maybe that's what this'll be marketed as - a touch pro, rather than an iPad mini.
If its even made. It's all still just speculation guys, remember...
Re: Fragmentation disaster
Ha, ha I get it.
Wait..you didn't mean it as a joke? Oh dear...
17 *layers* of bacteria?
Holy crap, but that would remove *all* of George Osborne's facial features!!!
He'd end up looking like Beaker from muppets. We'd have to test them to find out which is which (beaker would obviously be the one that passed a basic competency test)
Re: Now that's what I call ...
I'd be angry too...imagine being related to the awesome T-rex, only to find you're covered in cute feathers. Awww....
Lucky you - I showed this article to my mother-in-law, and she complained that she's not *really* that heavy/fat.
Re: Early adopters...
You can see them, but they can't see you...their glasses just blue screened or are full of google ads.
Re: Carefull, be vary carefull
Indeed - I've also notice that the 'sense of mischief' seems to have vanished from their rhetoric, replaced with something more sinister and threatening.
This could have been a good prank - playing the chinese at their "supposed" own hacking game. No compromising data has been lifted either, going by the article, so will this encourage *any* change for the better?
Re: I DONT GET IT
WHATS WRONG WITH INTERNET EXPLORER 6 I STILL USE 4
For one, it doesn't require CAPS LOCK to be enabled...
Re: Smart Fellows
+1 for the startups, and another for the outbreak of common sense/practicality at a government department.
Lets have more please.
I've got some older 200mps netgear ones, and bugger me, do they run hot.
Here's hoping these are more energy efficient?
@ R 11
I was deeply offended by your unpatriotic comments. Since you dared to question the constitution, the only logical conclusion I can come to is that you are a terrorist.
See you in court!
Whereas all your posts are open to the same scrutiny, eh AC?
You're making the assumption he's a fanboi, because he did a downer on Android?
Maybe he's just an Anti-fandroid?
This is all cobblers anyway - we all know man is a maximum of 6,000 years old, and all the imperical evidence is wrong.
If I ever have the misfortune to host a BBQ with a creationist in attendance, I'm going to make him sit on my fossilised tree stump in the garden, and I'll inwardly bask in the irony of it.
Nice try by the defence. 617 = opportunistic? Dream on.
Mind you, the question does arise - how was he able to do over 600 before getting caught? Surely he could have been fingered while the total was still in double digits?
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