16 posts • joined Friday 4th November 2011 13:55 GMT
Re: gazthejourno New Security Application
Difficult when's living under...
Funny you should mention that lad in Lagos
The pay by email system reminds me a bit of m-pesa, an African pay by text system which is massive in East Africa. It's very much proved itself in it's home country, Kenya, and is spreading.
Re: I'm going
I'm waiting on the house sale to go through before ditching as well
Re: The article is good, but is an opinion, not a fact report
Don't forget El Reg is, fundamentally a red top with the same instinct for bending reportage as it's Fleet Street cousins albeit without the same propensity for bunging brown envelopes to Inspector Knacker.
UIQ, Warrington based?!
"Motorola bought Warrington-Based UIQ Technology, which layered a graphical user interface over Symbian"
Point of information, UIQ were based in Ronneby in Sweden: Warrington, on the other hand, was where most of the SE software platform work for Symbian devices was conducted (Kista in Sweden being where the hardware work was done). I should know, I worked there from 2001 until they shut it down in 2009.
Saw the title and thought Share Zoom was one of the patented areas
Silent 'p' as in bath?
Re: And which
"Already impossible! If you drive"...
IF you drive. I don't
Re: Toys out of the pram...
@David. W: you've hit the nail on the head.
Re: Dredging for a Scare story....
The levels of CO2 may not be unprecedented but the rate of change is. Well, it is outside of extinction events...
I tend to agree Tchou, although the Iranian government are the biggest bunch of theocratic tossers out there, responsible for some of the worst repression on the planet.
What's with the "we" Earthling?
I for one welcome our new alien overlords...
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