28 posts • joined Friday 19th August 2011 10:22 GMT
No replaceable battery
= no sale.
I liked my old HTC Hero at the time, and would be prepared to go back to HTC, but not being able to change battery is a definite no-sale. I play some games that HAMMER it (gone in an hour) and being able to pop the back off and swap is a 'must-have', until batteries get 10x as long-lasting.
SD card slot is a 'nice to have' as well, but I can live without it.
Bricking? Uhh, no.
I've never heard of a bricked phone from this. What happens is that about 50% of the time, the phone reboots a few seconds after copying the text. It usually works ok the first time you try it after that reboot.
I should also add that it is the only issue I have with my SGS3.
This is fundamentally fantastic news, as it can be used to explain an infinite lifecycle of universes, answering what will happen at 'the end', and giving a potential answer to 'what was before?'.
I'm interested to know if this can be made to fit within the current 'big bang' theory. I find it very hard to believe that we just so happen to be in universe v 1.0, so some re-imagining of the bang into 'pop into other existing universe and take over' may be needed. Presumably we should also start looking towards the edges of our own universe for a boundary with the old universe (n-1) that we haven't expanded into yet?
Altogether, an horizon-expanding bit of work. Well done chaps, and chapesses.
My mistake. Okay, so it's 93 billion light years wide, so about 5%. Still way too big.
Wait a minute. There's something out there that's nearly 30% the width of the universe? I had always pictured the universe to be so big that it meant that everything in it, no matter its size, would be relatively small in comparison.. Methinks that there will be an udpating at some point soon of the 13.7 billion light years current estimate to something substantially bigger. I'm going for at least 500 billion light years.
Re: obsolete versions of IE
Hell, I'd call IE8 the 'latest stable' release.
Re: normal service
> Strangely, my neighbour uses the Post Office and his connection stayed up
TCP over Parcelforce. Most reliable protocol ever, bar the odd dropped packet.
Over and over and over and over
It's all I could think about every time I read 'Hot Chips'.
Re: If anything
I thought consoles were all about a fixed and well understood piece of hardware that games writers could use to the fullest extent vs. having to write a game that will run on a general bundle of (decent-ish) PC hardware?
Just because the PC is 'higher spec' doesn't mean that the game would look better on it than on a console.
Android can do all of this
Yeah, I'm pretty certain that an Android phone could do any of that. The only thing I haven't seen is the 'oooh, special LED flashes' bit, but Android also offers full control over those so if the software doesn't yet exist for that, I'm sure it will soon.
Unless Blackberry goes open source, it's still as dead as a dead thing.
Move on..nothing to see here...
Any 'oh no, it's a disaster' SMS would either be treated as spam and ignored, or not treated as urgent. A real emergency system should only ever light up in an actual emergency, so that the user knows it is real.
I'm currently on week two, and the fifth support person, of trying to get one out of three.
of why it doesn't work. Look at how close they are having to sit to the screen, and the awkward stretching over keyboards. I can feel my back seizing up already.
There are other apps out there that already do this, and have more UK information.
the mistake was
They took a decent game (draw something) and destroyed it utterly with a million ads and general 'Zygafication' that was not needed or wanted by the user base. Then they were surprised when everyone stopped playing it.
How about you stop pandering the merkins and put only the SI units into such articles from now on?
I wish I could attend this one, but I'm going to be on holiday.
No matter. WinRT will be largely ignored by business for 2 or 3 years anyway.
Re: Plans? Ken Hagan
@TechnicalBen there are already self-repairing plastics, so I don't see why not.
Keep up man.
has quite enough clouds already thankyouverymuch.
260Gb on a CD?
Meh. That's barely enough for a development PC.
Wake me up when they invent something with 1Tb+/cm2.
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