82 posts • joined Thursday 26th April 2012 16:07 GMT
But if it does, nobody is going to be shooting the drones down.
It does seem to happen though:
Re: its all over facebook as well
It doesn't help when sites like the daily star (linked in the article) show a picture of a normal garden spider.
Re: Reverse gear synch
Indeed, I stopped reading at that point.
I don't know about Audis but I know both the Ford MT75 and MTX-75 gearboxes have synchromesh on reverse.
Re: "Now it's all possible"
Does sapphire stop the lens from getting mucky?
I find the first thing I do when go to take a pic with my phone is clean the camera lens. And there are plenty of photos about that show the results when you don't.
Maybe I'm holding it wrong. :-)
Yes, much like any operating system. Install something from a untrusted source and get malware.
Solution, don't install from untrusted sources.
The Walking Dead was pirated...
"The Walking Dead was pirated half a million times in the first day of its release despite it being available on a free streaming service in 125 countries worldwide."
How can it be pirated if was available for free?
Shirley, the more people that viewed the free episode will go on to watch it regularly, and probably even pay for the privilege to do so.
Re: The t1000,
Your foster parents are dead.
My local M&S Food:
'Please follow the instructions on the Chip & Pin device' it then displays a prompt for cash-back on the main screen, C&P just says 'please wait...'.
'Please take your CASH, CASH is dispensed below the scanner' No, the notes come out below the scanner, the coins come out (and onto the floor) above the bagging area.
Re: Come on
According to Wikipedia:
"While it is mainly used in both foods and beverages as part of a substitute vanilla flavour, it is less commonly used as a part of a raspberry or strawberry flavoring. The annual industry consumption is very low, around 300 pounds, whereas vanillin is over 2.6 million pounds annually"
Still, 300 pounds is an awful lot of beavers.
Re: I don't recall
Would you prefer they use Turnigy or TowerPro, instead?
Indeed, holding / using an iPad does not make you tech savvy.
Re: I must be getting old
"The show so powerful, you binge watch it on Netflix. So all-consuming, you push it on your friends even if they don't watch TV. And so addicting, you can't shut up about it. It's basically like drugs."
Users have problems entering first name, last name and email address, and you want them to do that?
Re: Places like Maplins sell it in the UK.
Why would a Holiday Camp sell it?
Apple have just 'invented' them with the iPad Mini 2 (rumour has it), lawsuit in 3... 2... 1...
Re: ship's two GPS transmitters?
Must be a Stephen Fry GPS
Internet [in-ter-net] (noun): a series of tubes
Stay away from those third-party apps
Human error blamed...
We /know/ it was human error, duh, but what error did the humans do?
...but incorrect handling can cause hilarity to ensue:
97% of expected profits ain't bad, yet causes share price to drop 25%?
The first rule of Android club is...
How many times, people, really!
If it seems to good to be true, it probably is.
Don't sideload apps from dodgy sources (which requires disabling security settings).
Check the permissions the app is requesting.
If you're too dumb to follow these simple rules, don't own a 'smart' phone, or a computer, or drive for that matter.
My 'phone' will have dual 24 inch touchscreen 4k monitors, 16 gigs of RAM, 4tb storage, physical keyboard, mouse, 35x optical zoom camera, really big speakers and a week-long battery.
It shall be called the 'tomban'
Re: Next up...
> but if the features are useless or don't work properly and your eyes can't tell the difference in pixel density
Like Siri, Maps and 'Retina' display then?
Re: Insert ring jokes
One ring to rule them all
It Just Works
So, 'Approximately 153,105' iDevices went faulty and were taken back to the shop only to be denied repair or replacement due to the moisture detector being over sensitive.
How many in total went wrong?
For a company that produces expensive high end gear, they seem to have a lot of duff stuff.
Re: Primitive Food Replicator
almost, but not quite, entirely unlike tea...
Rimmer: I said, "Touch nothing." Didn't I say, "Touch nothing?"
Lister: Look, I just ordered a shake and a crispy bar.
Cat: Lucky you didn't order a double cheeseburger!
Re: SI nitpick
The meteoroid should have been measured in linguine?
Re: This goes to show...
Okay then. We know Mac malware exists, it's just a computer after all.
Without Mac anti-virus how does one know ones Mac is infected?
// serious question, not troll, even though I am not a fanboi
Re: government seizure of the plans is laughable
Darth Vader called, he would like his plans back.
> 200mi (320km) range is perfectly serviceable for many people as a daily driver.
Yup, I do 85 miles a week traveling to work, be it by car or bicycle.
Re: Brand devaluation
Except, every man and his dog, from council flat to mansion, has an iPhone.
Only truly successful people own super cars.
Re: Nokia N900
N900 was a pretty good device, let down by a few things including the OS.
It was the last Nokia I owned, after being faithful for years.
Re: Not just Jim
There certainly is a lot of similarity with this and those sites.
Amazing technobabble on the GT500 page:
'The system can penetrate walls, metal, and can even transmit from underground, due to high efficiency.'
It's like an audiophile site.
Re: weren't holding the device right
That gives me an idea for a new iPhone app...
Re: Gov't tests
Tortoise? What's that?
Re: @AC 08.32 Listen
US gallon is 3.78541 Litres, but yeah, not the same.
Re: Saints Row 3 is much better than GTA 4
What I don't like about SR3 is the driving model, GTA4's isn't perfect but you can actually drive around the city, take corners at speed in a semi-realistic manner.
In SR3 I find it's just way to sensitive, braking stops the car instantly etc. and there are lots of glitches where you try a run up to a jump and you end up getting thrown up in the air by some tiny glitch in the scenery.
And what with the top speed of about 50mph in SR3?
Wait! Nick Woodruffe, I think you are being groomed.
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