848 posts • joined Thursday 16th June 2011 10:53 GMT
One of the best trips out I ever had with the ex GF's mum
On that day they were testing colossus after plugging in all the valves that Phillips (LG) had donated.
Blah Blah Blah
Samsung should retaliate by brining out an apple shaped pad - claiming that a product copied from a naturally occurring product cannot be copyrighted. And then if challenged claim the design brief was to create a product that reminded people of a peach. As their technology is peachy.
Chrome is only suitable for arm7 phones and above
When most handsets are on 1.6 to 2.3 I wonder what the point of all this variety is.
I suspect that failfox is only suitable for arm7 (just checked - thought so)
Re: Lets not pull any punches
@Dave126 - All I am saying is a company such as apple should have a mechanism in place to help. They saw no issue with the app when it was submitted to there app store. Now they have creamed off some profit they decide to pull the plug due to something that may or may not infringe some copyright.
In the UK you are innocent until proven guilty, but in the mythical world of apple you are devil spawn unless the copyright lawyers say otherwise ( paraphrasing, of course)
What? As in Robocop
Lets not pull any punches
If apple cared they would ensure that the children have a voice. After-all they are the next generation of fanboi's. Such a shame that apple is run by a bunch of twunts!!!
What's a MAC?
Re: Shame no 10in
Can I just say - for the record that I agree with Barry
+1 to you sir.
As long as the price for the 7 incher is about £150 it's a goer.
And here was me thinking is was built to send "spacey wacey" signals about the pandorica in the underhenge.
****Just realised that this isn't the digitalspy forum
Depends on your country or the agreement with the vendor. By rights, El Reg could site copyright infringement if you decided to use the logo elsewhere. I dare you to copy a USA seal and then tell the USA department that you are using it on your blog. Go on, according to you nothing will happen.
@AC 06:04 - Enlightened India
"Sadly Judges and the legal system have an average age of 60, and we're not brought up with technology"
That makes totally no sense, just who do you think is engineering the technology? I will give you a clue, it's not the 16 year olds!
If you copy something that isn't yours you are committing an offence.
If you can make an operating system for less that a copy of windows then you can commit this fraud (I permit this). The same goes for filming and distributing a Hollywood blockbuster, or writing and producing a hit album. Of course, if you are able to do all of this and want to share then go ahead, and lets see how cash strapped you get in the process.
Ok - I guess they do. My bad
at 13:24 they sent me a text apologising
Loving the fact that some 'tard has obviously disagreed with one of my posts and is now spending their time thumbing down most/all of my posts. Jeepers, you're just like the 5400 HDD
Still, maybe they have a point, thumbs down to slow drives - although another poster has a point about battery life.
Do people still use failfox?
"what otherwise would have taken 6.7 billion people using hand calculators 320 years to complete if they had worked non-stop"
Or 1 person with 10 fingers 21440 years (i think)
Not quite stalemate
You can remove ActiveSync from android and your phone will still work, although your corporate email will stop. (until you start using a 3rd party piece of software) This isn't too much of a headache. But i wonder what would happen if you removed the wireless and video tech from the xbox.
Owning an island is so last century
What you actually want is one of these
"Measuring 100m in length and breadth, and spanning over 11 luxed-out decks, there is enough room on Project Utopia to create an entire micro-nation. It’s ideal for ocean-going megalomaniacs bent on world domination. And you needn’t worry about puking on your Nehru jacket because this floating behemoth is designed for minimum motion, even in the most extreme sea conditions"
Re: Fixed it for ya
Oh Mr Shitpeas you are wrong
The Wii-U will remain hooked up to the TV and used for netflix, iplayer and occasional gaming.
A sort of entertainment device for the family. A bit like the Wii, but with better connectivity.
Is asking your mate to rip you a copy the same as posting a workaround?
*troll for the very obvious reason, sorry El Mod
But I am sure we can do better:-
Thinking the following system (because acronyms make me angry) -
Warning Attack on Net, Key Structures
More apple bating pish and tish
@AC 06:56 But
Have you actually seen the alleged android malware? Or are you just an apple troll? Just saying, because I have been using android since 1.6 and have never had any malware. Either I am careful or it's BS
Just in case you are a fanboi have a read of http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/06/19/apple_hacked_downunder/
Doesn't anyone remember Bill Gates's tablet?
Awesome piece of kit, just a shame it was too ahead of its time. Hopefully M$ do, and this bit of kit will be OK.
I still think that people that leave their wifi open are asking for trouble - in all likelihood the cars were looking for BT openzone and the like.
I think it would be too much hassle adding all the ssid names to the data slurper due to the vast number. Much easier to slurp all unprotected ssid so that you can build a hotspot map that includes all providers. At least that way you won't run into a legal entanglement when you miss off a provider.
Who else was hoping for a barge view camera boat instead of some boring old GIS stuff
Maybe the ICO could pool the fines levied and help pay for the digitisation of patient records.
I use a ZTE skate - and thanks to the Modaco website it runs ICS very smoothly. Not bad for a £100 quid phone with a 4.3" screen. Some people may argue that it only has an 800Mhz processor, but truthfully just what are you going to be doing with your phone that requires you to punch above 1ghz processor?
Am I the only one that's a tad disappointed that when I type my name in (either web handle or real name) that I don't get anything as interesting as the examples listed.
Re: Slight flaw in this scareware news.
However I bet the website said it would be OK - I agree that people are slaves to their technology.
I happen to know that the website would of done, as a while pack the airpush notifications had been injected with links to malicious apps and when you visited the sites they mentioned that as this is a 3rd party app you will need to allow it, but don't worry - companyx would never do anything to harm your device.
That's why I run Lookout
"Canada asked Google to remove a video of a Canadian flushing his passport down the toilet"
Now now, you missed off the part were he pissed on it first. Hopefully we will get a playmobil reconstruction (as I haven't seen one for ages)
If you dial 111 nine times does it become an emergency?
It's so secret
that the safe return has been advertised.
Erm yeah, whatever
I applaud the whole community that has sent a complaint off to the council and has commented and blogged and tweeted.
This shows that the IT sector has a heart of gold. I salute everyone who has commented positively and will happily buy any of you a pint that complained to the council. All of this was achieved without an Anonymous DDOS so even more kudos to us techie types!
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