70 posts • joined 8 Nov 2011
Re: "What will Apple reveal tomorrow"
Re: unlimited login attempts/client certificates
In that case have a 30 minute time out, 3 wrong attempts you need to wait 30 minutes. 720 passwords can then be tried in a day, which makes it infeasible. As for becoming a denial-of-service path, I would rather that than my nude pictures get released, and then my password changed which becomes a denial-of-service path.
Re: uninstalled it.
Bugger me! You were actually able to uninstall iTunes?! I thought it was something not even a full reinstall would remove.
Shame self-incrimination doesn't apply here. What happened to the right to remain silent?
Re: @Steve Evans
I imagine with a firework display like that the people operating them will be sat far away in a tin shed pressing a button.
Re: Doesnt look like equality to me.
Perhaps it could be split into two different categories "douchbags" and "normal people"?
Re: wearable technology
Think of the camera shake too! You don't sit perfectly still through a film, every little movement will be picked up resulting in the feeling of sea sickness by the time you finished watching the film back.
Re: No sympathy.
I think a better analogy would be:
"If this were a case of an axe murderer, where the police barged into his home without a warrant and happened to find the axe, in his hands, with the victim on the floor, the case would have not been thrown out.
Re: Nice try Cookie..
No bugs here! They are just undocumented features... yes that is what they are!
NAS sounds alot like...
NAS sounds alot like... NSA... oh no they are watching us!
That would be unspecified electronics, possibly with some sensors.
You can get plenty of waterproof jackets for sub £30 that are waterproof. You will sweat like you are wearing a blackbag but will still be waterproof.
typical non-Apple product
As apposed to a typical Apple product then. It works if you are holding it correctly and you don't want to know where you are going.
Can I report this as abuse? I believe you are abusing my mind by coming out with such tosh.
"will have minimum speeds of at least 2Mbps."
I think they read the contract wrong, when they say a minimum speed what they really mean is "UP TO" 2Mbps. I bet they also wrote unlimited in there somewhere too...
Re: Bitcoin cash machine
No no no. They are very different to one-arm bandits... you are much more likely to get your money back in the casino!
Will it have round corners?
Hilton because she likes a bit of bum licking....
Re: When Big Brother Is After You
"Who will protect you when we come and steal your home and possessions "
I think the better version of that would be:
Who will protect you when we come and made a copy of your home and possessions...
I will still have my home and possessions, and you will have a duplicate (which in my opinion is not a bad idea as I like my home and possessions).
Not the porn!!! If you take away the porn there won't be anything left on the interwebs!
>> Icon well... just because.
Time to start carrying cash again, or having bank accounts with two separate banks.
"strict", "moderate" and "light".
"The one-time national telco has applied different levels of control to its system: "strict", "moderate" and "light". "
How about a none at all option?
All I want for Christmas is a VPN connection outside of blighty.
Re: Misplaced Anger Much? Not Dell's Fault here!
I think a more appropriate example would be:
It's like saying you should of known that an alcoholic would drive drunk so you should of never sold the car to the person that has given them the car keys.
Unless someone in Syria filled in the Warranty Card saying "Yes we use your equipment here for evil, mwhahaha" etc how was Dell to even know that their kit was being shipped to Syria?
Re: Too much average coffee
You should try "The Plan" coffee shop in Morgan Arcade in Cardiff.
I have had some of the best coffee in there. There was also another small coffee shop in Sheffield (suburbs) that was also pretty spectacular.
2 x 1p sweets?
But with most DVD copies the original was purchased legally. I am just as likaly to get a copy from a charity shop as I am from a torrent site.
By definition it is not theft, just copywrite infringment.
"No, I mean thieves. If a book/film/whatever is on sale at £10 and you steal it; you just stopped the creators getting their cut of that £10. If you copy it - it's the same thing. (And I'll type this slowly so that you can keep up). THE. CREATOR. DOES. NOT. GET. PAID."
What if I go and buy the book/film/whatever from a charity shop? Second hand. The creator doesn't get paid then, is that also wrong? Or what if I buy a physical item and pass it onto a friend, they then pass it onto someone else, and so forth, is that also wrong?
Re: And remember, children,
Wouldn't that consisute as littering?
Re: If i wanted a...
Several times more expensive != several times better!
Re: They jest surely
Or even better, get them to use the word "Google". That what way they won't be able to search for it without brining the who internets down!
Re: Passing off
If Spotify where creating the play list themselves and advertising it I would agree. However they are not.
"He also has a Leeds landline number, but reports that as this is shared only with his mum and best friend it doesn't get any cold calls. "
Sounds like a great plan, and he would have answered the calls anyway.
Nothing to see here...
they are just holding it wrong.
"Mind is the one with the outdated joke book in the pocket."
Re: Yes, but...
Well the man is trying to "bang" the iPhone...
"There will be 100,000,000 by 2035"
"100 million that is a lot!"
"Oh did I say 100 million, put put the decimal point in the wrong place"
"No... the OTHER place"
"Ohh, 100, that is more like it!"
Always seemed odd...
To be it always seemed odd to protect all of your important passwords with one single password. You might as well use the same password for everything as you can unlocked the passwords with just one password. Or am I missing something here?
Paris: Because she never misses a trick
Re: I think Google just managed to exclude their products and services ...
You give the UK government way too much credit.
If I was the ISP I would do exactly the same, they are instructed by the law to do so. I would also leave them blocked until I was told otherwise courts.
Just doing what I am told governor
To the lawyers!
How long until Apple apply for an injunction against this?
Would you really put it past them to do that?
Re: @Gray Ham - Known this for years ...
It works for lions too!
(Mine is the one with the moth balls in the pocket, you can't be too cautious)
Re: At last, something epic
and there was me just expecting them to be chasing them around with a net!
Re: An explanation?
That explains why I approve of Brad Pitt.
Re: Titanium printing
You can get bike parts printed from titanium.
Re: NSA has back-up copies on-line...
Don't be daft, even the NSA have their limits!
Re: Hmm good for me
My thoughts exactly. Thank goodness for that.
Re: You mean...
Office 364 .. .clearly a chinese rip off.
Re: Why not use Hydrogen?
"lifted by a substantial helium-filled orb"
"•Buy rocket motors, balloons, helium, beer, and so forth"
Sounds like helium and not hydrogen to me.
Re: Sims games should be assumed to be for innocents
Come on, it is gay marriage, it is not going to scar them for life. Perhapse if the concept is shown to people and a younger age they will be less scared of it later on.
I bet it really said
It seems to me like Google have done the bulk of the work and are just asking its user to polish off the final bits. Which considering it is free is not a bad deal.
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