2081 posts • joined 4 Oct 2011
There will always be a cost... To the 'customer'.
Stick with 3G and chill out if you lose your signal, it's not the end of the world having to wait a few minutes.
The only game I ever finished.
The Aussies are still sore about losing......
'We know about that bug'
But the bug was still there!
Ok I believe you this time... Not.
Another couple of years, loop holes will be closed....
Governments are frightened of big businesses, they are the ones that pull the strings.
Re: "Windows 8 fans out-enthuse Apple fanbois"
No one in the world uses 81 windows devices on the same account....
Unless you can prove me wrong?
Re: Hunting trolls? You're doing it wrong!
Only if they are not American...
Re: Landfill iPhones for Landfill Windows Phones
Trade for a Nexus 4?
That could have won the best joke at the Edinburgh Festival....
Tesco has a Surface on display next to a load of ebook devices, I have never seen anyone even look at it let alone try it out.
It is not often in life I can say with all honesty that 'they are really taking the piss!
I sold a pristine 4S for £190 and have had someone offer me £350 for a pristine 5.....
I'd love to know the stats on how many trade ins they get...
Let's be realistic, we will wipe ourselves out one way or another, meteor, virus, bacteria, atomic war, super nova, alien invasion.....
What's so worrying when a bit of global warming is thrown into the mix?
Really? I mean really?
Do you think I'm stupid or what?
Missing the point
This article made me chuckle, inspired comedy and tech rolled into one.
He was the stooge
They didn't get the real attackers....
Always leave an obvious mark...
Faster than a speeding bullet, must be an Androi...
Like the Captain of the Concordia, they are all fighting to be the first into the lifeboats....
The change from iOS 6 to iOS 7 won't even register on the Richter scale of tech in a years time let alone 10 years. While it is the 'next big thing' today it will have no real significance in any history book.
So who cares anyway?
Re: Thats strange...
Whether the gate is locked or not, it is no ones fault but the driver. Common sense using your brain and two eyes should have been enough to prevent this.
It's amazing that some people blame the technology and everything BUT the driver.
Follow a Tom Tom sat nav from WINSFORD to NORTHWICH and it will take you down a small single track to a railway crossing that has not been opened in 50 years. Seven warning sign tell the driver it is a dead end, not suitable for large vehicles and is access to properties only.
Yet on a regular basis lorries and coaches have to be towed out.
Sat nav has turned drivers into empty headed zombies.
Re: Oh, the choices...
If you have a large ars* you will find your back pocket a comfortable fit.
Gold, the new Black
You PC puss*es you!
Look it is a phone for girls, tech heads will opt for the most advanced one, but girls like the bright colours. Their brains are wired that way.
Whereas the 5S sold out in seconds, the 5C will drip feed onto the market over the next year and out pace it. Girls like their bling you know.
Sexist? Maybe. True? Yes
I'm a Law Lecturer
Non-practicing perpetual student, those that can do, those that can't teach.
"I'm a Law Lecturer don't you know!"
"You are, are you?"
"Yes, I am, here is my Law Lecturer ID!"
"I see, now fcuk off, I'm the pilot and you're not getting on with me!"
Now that would be proper customer service.
At least it didn't take them as long as RIM/Blackberry to realise they were selling sh*t and stopped in time, before they went bust.
Tolerant of spam?
Spam is their life blood of advertising...
I can only wish that I had a card like that....
Not likely, smart phone cameras will remain a compromise item.
Who owns you baby
Who owns you now?
Because everyone wanted an Apple.
Ok and some wanted an Android as well.
Re: By the time kids today are old enough to be pilots
I have a pilots licence, it is obvious that you do not, so believe me when I say human interaction is still necessary in the sky rather than from an armchair.
Situational awareness can never be inputted in code.
Won't stop them from monitoring you, it's a form of natural selection, make a comment get arrested.
One down 100,000,000 to go...
Re: Just a drop in the ocean
I get on average 25 emails a week proporting to offer SEO all promising a first place. It is a plague and no I have not succumbed to it.
The problem is businesses that play fair don't succeed.......
Re: Bankrupt - No wonder
Greek Islands and Greek mainland.....
They no longer exist, it's now the. German Islands and German mainland of Greece.
Long Live Merkel.... Our New Leader.
Re: Oh, the irony
The. Greeks are still complaining, even after their debts have been paid off by someone else?
Though I do have a little sympathy, they do have to bow down to their new Masters, the Germans, I shudder to think that could have been us if Gordon Brown had stayed around.
He comes out with stuff doesn't he, the problem is what he says makes him look rather intellectually challenged, I do love it when people search through the 'Famous Quotes' book to try and make themselves look clever.
Instead he makes it contrived.
If only All people supported their own countries businesses as well as the Americans do, instead of selling out to foreigners.......
Re: Sounds like some improvements...
Wouldn't it be good if people started to buy the product?
Is it an overpriced tablet? Or an expensive small laptop?
Re: At least with a swipe pattern @MrXavia
"I wear non-latex gloves when in public "
You kinky devil you!
Ok so as you get mugged the dirty little thief will insist on taking a high resolution picture of your fingerprints then head home and produce a latex copy of them to break the security on your phone?
Put it into perspective please.
Walter Mitty or Baron Munchausen?
They don't have many historical places in the USA, they tend to be more recent.
We have the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, Winsor, Edinburgh, York and 10 million other historical sites of interest...
The USA has Steve Jobs boyhood home?
Maybe they could put a blue plaque on it.....
Re: It'll get fixed.. Nope
So much for the talk of failure
I ordered mine online at 4 minutes past midnight and will have to wait until next week.
Yes Fandroids may scoff and find fault, but the bottom line is people want to buy these phones.
This is not about shipping phones to a shop, Samsung I'm talking about you, this is actual sales.
As for iOS 7....
200 million people can't be wrong can they?
Another nail in the coffin I think, probably didn't pay their electricity or phone bills.......
Someone I know was waving an iphone 5 around, commenting, I asked if he had just bought it.
He replied he had and that it only cost him £30.
It transpired a visitor to his premises had offered it to him along with a blackberry and new Nokia, he bought all three for £30. The visitor, a taxi driver had quite a business.
He passed the other two on. However the iPhone was password locked so he phoned Apple for an activation code claiming he had forgotten his account details. In his own words, "when you phone Apple and talk to someone who sounds sharp and awake, put the phone down, try again until you hear someone who sounds like he couldn't care less, then ask for the code."
It took him less than 15 minutes to activate a lost/stolen phone.
I wonder if this can be used on the 5S
My perception on battery life with an iPhone 5, holds charge well at first but once down to 80% it depletes more quickly.
Average power consumption before the upgrade would leave me with 63%
Average power consumption after upgrade leaves me with 53% and that is on a quiet day.
They bitch and whine about everything actually.....
@Sorry that handle is already taken
"I suspect Google will want to know about that!"
Google already know ...........
Crikey, reading this review article has made me want to comit suicide, Tony Smith is really nit picking to find fault, if that's all there is it's actually not bad is it.
The tone of the article is sooooo depressing that I am about to cut my wrists.
Re: The reason invisibility only lasts for 30 mins
No no, the Koreans have invented a product call 'bird free', a gel that appears to them as a ball of fire so they avoid roosting. It's now being used by many councils in the UK as an alternative to bird spikes.
Unfortunately, to us the product looks like yellow custard.....
I assume that when covered in this it will blend in with the yellow of the sunset.
Re: Here we go again.
And we can do nothing about it........
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