25 posts • joined Tuesday 19th June 2007 13:52 GMT
Google+ for near instant automatic photo backup
It's the way to go, just set Google+ to automagically upload my photos when on charge and WiFi. Then I don't have to worry if my house burns down and my backups taken via SweetHome to my loft server go up in smoke.
Already sling Google a few dollars a month for 25GB storage.
Thought I'd failed at ordering completely.
Spent most of the morning trying to get one, the site failed and failed and failed and then the stock was gone and I was fuming.
20 minutes later I get 2 emails telling me that I've ordered the phone. 2 separate orders had gone through.
Didn't really think to buy both and stick one on ebay, so the 2nd one got cancelled.
What does the internet think?
I tend to agree from the Feb release...
You can buy it for 63p from Google Play with no adverts...
The old Desire had...
The old desire had the volume lowering when picking up the phone, or silence on flip over.
The original is still the best android phone IMO. Get shot of the HTC crap and install a clean Gingerbread ROM like Oxygen and it's an awesome piece of kit.
Least of their worries
It's being ported to pretty much anything you can plug into the PS3's USB port, including Android phones, PSP's, many USB development sticks and best of all : Sixaxis/Dualshock3 controllers.
Logitech Harmony 525
Had a Logitech Harmony 525 for a while now. It's not got the full colour display but it does only cost £50 from Amazon and cheaper if you hunt around. Fantastic bit of kit. Review here http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2008/10/30/review_universal_remote_controls/page4.html
Are people really not going to buy this because it's an extra £21?
Tighter than a nuns chuff.
Would you suddenly stop drinking pints because it's gone up an extra 5p? Probably try and blame that on MS too.
Hard to recommend them..
I've always been a big advocate of Virgin/NTL, but it's getting increasingly difficult to recommend them to anyone.
I fear the day will come when I have to leave them myself, which will be a shame. I've been with them for years now and never had any problems.
Phorm, evening caps, daytime caps? What's next?
It's really easy to get rid of. Google for SymNRT.
You could just email the file over, get them to run it and enjoy the fact that at least Symantec can write a program that actually does uninstall everything they ever made.
It's worth running it through even if you've already uninstalled via add/remove programs, especially if you used the Firewall.
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