16 posts • joined Monday 24th October 2011 11:38 GMT
Re: and motogp
Yep, read about the MotoGP last night, can't believe that one. Looks like I'll be resorting to dodgy streams.
With my cheap tariff I get unlimited SMS which makes it the obvious choice for me, especially as I only get 100Mb data a month - using something like iMessage or WhatsApp would use up some of the data allowance (albeit a small amount) providing I wasn't in a WiFi area.
The only handy side I see to them is sending something other than text (images, etc), which I rarely do.
Re: Here's a thought...
Every day's a school day! It's been years since I've made any use of POP but interesting to know!
Re: Here's a thought...
Might it be that they use POP to download the emails but don't delete from the server - so emails from years ago still exist and are copied over and treated as a new non-downloaded email when POP next checks in.
Sadly I never got a chance to play a lot of these games, though I do remember seeing a lot of them in action. My memories were of the more "modern" titles, 4 player Turtles and Simpsons - cheesy but I enjoyed them. Along with the odd go on Mortal Kombat and Killer Instinct.
I remember having a go on Mad Dog McCree (which was mentioned earlier) when I was quite young...I don't think I made it past the first shot! :)
Wow, the mention of O2's XDA, that's a blast from the past. I shudder thinking back to when I had to make use of the first XDA model. Though I did like the fact I could write my own programs to run under it.
I pretty sure some of the staff here could hit a petabyte in storage quite easily...
So they can only use the lowercase 'p' but yet their statement contains an uppercase 'P' - is that Apple knocking at the door?
Is Outlook 2013 web based? I was a bit confused by how it could cut support in an email app as it's just an attachment...?
Maybe I'm being a bit slow!
I signed up for an outlook.com account when Google made their announcement. Doubt I'll actually use it though, I still prefer gmail. I guess I'll have to see how it goes with ActiveSync on it's way out.
A couple of years ago I had one user who complained that their laserjet printer was making a bit of a noise. They also suggested it may be the "drive belt" that was causing this unusual noise. After a short trip down to see the printer it turned out the drive belt they mentioned was an elastic band which had found it's way into the output tray...problem solved...
I find it laughable that McAfee are said to have a good capture rate. I've had to use two of their systems in the past few years and both of them were horrid, especially GroupShield (with spam addon). After going round in circles with their support their solution to blatant spam emails was to individually blacklist the emails! Needless to say it was only installed for a few months.
Did you not watch the video?
I watched it, minus sound, and the bit with the light shafts is pretty impressive.