Dont most laptops
and tablets have this tech? Won't those chips be by Qualcomm/Marvell/Intel??
106 posts • joined 24 Feb 2012
and tablets have this tech? Won't those chips be by Qualcomm/Marvell/Intel??
Not just music & video rights. Images, documents, personal information and your first born.
Wikipedia FTFY - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multi-Coloured_Swap_Shop
It would be quite cool if it weren't for the fact it was 01 811 8055. Tiswas was far more cool, if only for the fact that my Dad used to work on it (he was quite often to be found chucking the water into the cage)
Had one from them today thanking me for my patience during the recent service interruption. Extending my PSPlus subscription by 5 days and 10% discount on a purchase of games and add-ons (between 23rd - 26th Jan).
So after everybody bitching about them for so long, it appears that Microsoft are actually ARMless after all.
..You will be. You will be.
Actually i'm quite looking forward to Windows 10 if only so that i can wipe the blight of Windows 8.1 off my son's laptop - it can't be as bad as that, can it?
"Funnily enough, you don’t get anything like that on the bits of road that are used for the Monte Carlo rally" - so what can the Average Joe on the commute expect?
That's probably what his backside will be when it comes out the other end!
No - Lordy are playing the following weekend!
Looks very PC Pro-ish now (and that's not necessarily a good thing). Also looks poor on a HD screen.
Perhaps they were at breaking point because they just couldn't get their braking point right.
They damn well should be next!
The indicators are expensive optional extras!
I feel your pain. I was quite lucky in the fact that I could read the contents of the drive from my now broken Buffalo linkstation and was able to copy them to a new device. Now I use a Synology NAS in RAID 6 configuration (4 disks) which is backed up to a USB attached drive (just to copy my photos and music). I also have a second Synology NAS I am able to use as well another Buffalo Linkstation. Not that i'm paranoid or anything, but they WILL fail!
Does it go back in time when it reaches 88 MPH?
It's an Android tablet!
a telly that can do motion properly, i don't care about size and number of pixels - they mean nought if a TV can't show a picture without any motion blur.
Samsung TV's have the Amazon Prime app, the Plex media player, BBC iPlayer plus all the other catch-ups and I'm sure their competitors do too. OK, not everyone has a fancy "smart" TV but even so, it must be a gamble in this day an age with margins so tight to be releasing a piece of hardware like this, especially one tied down to a particular service.
I use it and it's perfectly fine. Not quite up to the finesse of the Samsung TV app but better than the Roku one.
Would be nice to get a decent 2g signal!
W98? Windows ME surely?
I'll wait until the 6s next year
a party with a happy ATMOSphere
a toy hovercraft like the one that (briefly) appears in the vid?
Either way, it will will either suck or blow in equal measure.
And stop calling him Shirley.
Isn't that what ultimately did for the non-UK based satellite services offering Premier League games cheaply to pubs? The broadcasting and receiving of them was OK, but as soon as the Premier League logo appears, it became breach of copyright and therefore illegal to show. I would of thought the same thing applies here, incl. Sky logos and any other advertising, team logo's and presumably any breach of image rights the players may have.
Sorry state of affairs though and just one more reason to hate Murdoch and the Premier league. best league in the World my arse.
No, if they were joking they'd have started with something like - A depressed horse walks in to a bar, the barman says, "Why the long face?", the horse replies, "Because I'm depressed". And don't call them Shirley.
Hey I just wanted to Make You Feel My Love
He thought instead of a hard shoulder it was a Cold Shoulder and was just Chasing Pavements instead.
I had a very similar 30 minute exchange with one of Three's "customer representatives". Best part of it was I was actually calling them in the Three shop so every customer that came in could hear my exchange. Even the shop staff were incredibly embarrassed
they said "Bankers"?
In Nottinghamshire always has its signs stolen, can't think why. Perhaps they need to employ a vigilante law enforcer to stop it happening.
This is nothing but a little prick in their revenues. The big pricks you still have to pay for directly via their site.!
As Virgin Media's DNS was also lousy at the weekend. Switched to using both Google & OpenDNS and they were fine.
as stupid does
Agreed. I've been with them for several years now, via Sky & O2(before Sky bought them) and have found them to be very reliable and easy to deal with.
(also in no way related to the fact I just got an upgrade to their 150Mb/s service, saving myself £5 per month in the process for a one-off fee of £5)
That the OS's are different by design?
That's not just a still from this film?
let's hope for all those self-gratifiers out there that despite the whole idea behind it, the product doesn't blow.
I was going to come up with some witty response, but really can't be arsed.
Yeah they tried all of that, even changing the signal somehow on the nearest base station (Hey,I'm just quoting their "technical support" don't down vote the messenger), still didn't work and would have only fixed at home anyway, no good as soon as we stepped out the door.
I quite like the idea of a Femocell, are they like a bunch of women that come round your house to make up for the loss of signal?
Both myself and my wife have had to leave Three as neither of us can get a signal at home or my wife at work. Do GiffGaff allow tethering? EE & Three do on all their packages.
just because they dared to name it the same...
Believe (executive producer)- Cancelled after 1 series
Almost Human (executive producer)- Cancelled after 1 series
Person of Interest (executive producer) still going but getting very samey.
Fringe (executive producer) - Lost the plot in the later series.
Alcatraz (executive producer) - cancelled after 1 series
Undercovers (executive producer) - cancelled after 1 series
Lost (executive producer) - lasted 5 series too long
In fact probably the last good thing he did was Alias and that lasted 2 series too long.
To make as much money for Carl Icahn as possible and to damn with anybody else.
Ok we've started down this road so I may as well walk to the end of this cul-de-sac at the risk of turning this forum into a Done Get Done Get Dom or rip-off Britain tribute.
My wife takes out a loan in order to buy me a new car for my birthday. As we have a mortgage together, I get to see the details of that loan on my credit report, even though it is taken out in her own name. The loan was taken out solely in my wife's name so I have no more right to know about it then she would about me if I did the same. This isn't the 19th century when whatever assets the wife has automatically became the husbands on marriage and my wife has not given myself or teh credit reference agency permission to share it.
I have a business partner and together we buy a property portfolio with bank loans. That partner then on his own and separately from me, buys a new house(with a mortgage), a new car (on credit) and another portfolio with bank loans. I have no financial association with those other transactions but they appear on my credit report as we have the first association. I have no more right to see those non-applicable associations as the business partner would have of mine, especially as some of them may be commercially sensitive & confidential.
Why then, must all financial activity of my wife and/or business partner stay on MY credit report just because of one association to a person? Yes, the one association should show until either the mortgage is paid or one of us dies and I'm not arguing that point, (it is after all a legitimate association), but not EVERY single financial transaction for which we DO NOT have a joint financial interest. Not only is that an invasion of privacy, but also breaks all sort of boundaries morally, confidentially & quite possibly contractually.