1442 posts • joined Tuesday 4th October 2011 20:11 GMT
Have looked at him in a funny way!
Notwithstanding this is about Piratebay
It shows just how vulnerable data held in the cloud is if a Government decides it doesn't like the administration of a server.
People in power
People in power want to keep the power they have at all costs and to do that they have to destroy any detrimental information what ever the cost. The father of modern Turkey, Attaturk wanted a secular country where all people were equal. He would be turning in his grave if he could see what was happening.
Thank god I live in a democracy, I think.
Was the reviewer paid by Samsung to say so many nice thing?
It goes against other reviews that state while it is good, it is not great, there is flex, there is stuttering and there is a general lack of polish and smoothness of the operating system.
I've used one and I have to say that even with the power it fails because it has a jerky response. The Touch Wiz needs to go and then JB can be properly optimised for the device.
He is really not that good is he........
The good old boys won't like this fraternisation.
I can tell you that here in the UK they say nothing, and yes we have the same rights under EU Law as we do under UK Law.
WHAT the hell does "less crowded vertical industries" mean.
If they spoke in plain English they might be better at what they do.
Lets run it up the flag pole and see which way the wind blows!
This would only be happening with Government approval.
Once bureaucrats get involved three things will definately happen,
1. It will take 20 years before they can agree on a standard.
2. It will cost more than the entire GDP of Greece.
3. They will line their pockets with tax payers money and call it expenses.
Re: NZ police
That apology must hurt like hell!
TWO STICKERS PLEASE
With arrows on them!
Are they paid for or free downloads, I'd like to know the split.
Talking of Tax Rebates
I had a rebate, £7.46 then a week later a demand for £6.01 arrived due to an underpayment of tax.
There was also the threat of legal action if I failed to pay.
Win some lose some.
Isn't that the song
That used to be played when a guy got dumped by his girlfriend.
Maybe it's actually apt.
This could be:
Two fingers up at Samsung
Sharp and the others are able to manufacture the components cheaper
They don't have the capacity as they are selling more phones and won't prioritise apple products
They should do this to the public and private sector. Sitting on a course with the other pervs will do the trick, including you Boss and his Boss and the CEO.
The threat of it happening again will be enough.
May be a business uptake, but it would have to be severely discounted for any IT dept to take on, but having to add all the extras to it so it becomes usable sort of defeats the object of a tablet.
Needs a pen, keyboard and touch screen?
Sounds like it has been made by a committee.
Plenty of A1 condition 4S will be on eBay as its the only way many of the fanbois will be able to subsidise the IPhone 5. You will still get a bargain because I bet there will be some 3 or 4 week old hardly used ones for sale.
I bought an iphone 4S outright, I have a sim only contract with Orange that costs me £15 inclusive per month, the total cost to me over 2 years will be less than £890. I have unlimited texts, never use all my minutes and have a data plan and coupled to the phone, unlimited home broadband for an extra fiver a month.
No I will not be upgrading to the iPhone 5, because the differences between the two when the 4S is upgraded to iOS 6 they will pretty much do the same thing. OK, so the new one is a little faster and has a longer screen and may have a more refined camera?
As for LTE, maybe next year when the better more stylish 5S or 6 hits the shelves with NFC.
This phone is just a disappointing stop gap.
Trying hard not to upgrade my 4S
Got to buy, got to buy, got to buy........
Think for a moment, the new iPhone does not out spec anything, ok it's got a bigger screen and faster processor, but if you compare it to the 4S, except for that it has the same specification. Even the 4S will get the iOS update before the new phone ships.
No no, don't think, got to buy got to buy, got to buy..... Got to BUY.....
What's happening to me, why can't I log onto the store.............. Buy buy buy.
Let me wipe the tears from my eyes!
Re: Life is full
True but in the UK they became the masters at it.
As an iPhone user I say UNDERWHELMING, I cannot see a need to upgrade my 4S at all, the comparison spec sheet on the Apple site confirm what I know.
Life is full
Life is full of hard knocks, if you put yourself out there and demand adoration expect the sh*t that comes with it.
There is a thing such as free speech which the last Government tried to silence by attacking anyone who had an opinion different from them.
The bottom line is this, in life you will meet people you like and don't like, people who are nice and people who are ars*holes. Get used to it.
Re: Phuck around and learn the hard way
Posted by 12 year old being told off by mummy because he still had his lights on past his 7 pm bedtime.
I always thought that there has to be 'loss' before compensation decided.
I can't go to my insurance company and demand the values of repairs or replacement of my car without showing that I have suffered a loss.
A strange and one sided law made by people who have an 'interest' in the cash outcome.
A shop built on promises, stocked with the Surface, Surface pro, Xbox.... Ummmmm what else ohmI know!
An end of line sale for the Zune and the Kin!
And I suppose a bit of software that will be cheaper to buy on Amazon.
Cameron is busily trying to been seen as decisive, rather than the ditherer he is when it comes to investment and jobs.
The US and Australia have real concerns about the company, whereas we just open our arms here in Blighty.
Peace in our time Dave, peace in our time.
Pretty much every purchaser will pay the extra £15 or so, does this mean it is a tax?
Some people believe Star Trek is real.
Pie in the Sky I think.
Now beam me up Scotty.
I could have sworn
I could have sworn that this goes on already.
For instance, the number of times I have looked at the price of flights, thought that I have found a good deal, looked a bit more, then gone back to the flight I originally decided on and found the price had gone up.
On Amazon, I find something I might like to buy, decide not to but then go back the following day and find the price has gone up.
Now if I find a reasonable deal, I leave that window open then go back to it.
Why not shake hands dig it out together and share the spoils.
Nope too sensible.......
A war appears much too much fun for them.
Thats what the off button is for?
Great I have an idea... Patent the Off Button!
£30 a month?
That's £360 a year of over £1000 over three years so where is the benefit in that?
A business could buy a Dell Inspiron for less than half that, add a three year on site warranty for £120 and stiill save over £600.
Not only that but you can use the Dell anywhere and don't need a continual web connection.
Hire one? NUTS.