Which Apple store to you work in?
324 posts • joined 17 Jul 2007
Re: Welly boots
If they're legal documents they'll have been handled by lawyers and hence wouldn't be contaminated with Human DNA.
Re: Why not anit-grav?
If you strap a piece of toast (butter side up) to the back of a cat and throw it out the window, the competing forces will result in the mass coming to rest in equilibrium approximately 8 inches above the ground.
It has been calculated that as few as 329 cats used in this manner could support the average passenger train. HS2 was originally designed to exploit the cat/toast levitation effect and would have been known as the Interkitty express.
What benefit would an attacker have freely publishing passwords? These are commercially traded commodities.
This has all the hallmarks of a disgrunted employee, rather than an external attack. It's either somebody who has been disciplined/sacked and wants to cause trouble, or somebody who has got fed up about banging on about poor security/operational procedures and wants to to a 'told' you so.
Why so late?
I've had my Note 4 for over a month.
Why are they only reviewing it now?
It's a fantastic piece of kit, but I'd take the battery life as suggested in the review with a pinch of salt.
All aboard the gravy train!!!
I couldn't think of anything worse than a film about Steve Jobs.
But a film about Steve Jobs starring Seth Rogen......
Good luck as the Razzies
Re: BIIIIG surprise
"Beijing feels that productivity could be easily boosted by building an army of robotic workers, who can work every hour that god sends without demanding holidays, a pay rise or duvet days"
Neither do they demand human rights, democracy, etc etc.
....how hard can it be? They can't even get a simple space launch done properly, it's not exactly rocket science .... oh wait...
The deal the US government did with the Aliens
Who really shot Kennedy
Did the ball cross the line in the 66' World cup final
Why Hollywood keeps making films with Adam Sandler
Takes all the fun out...
If you use this you can't shout.. "YOU WERE ONLY SUPPOSED TO BLOW THE BLOODY DOORS OFF!!!"
The Art of deception
With my left hand I'm waving the "secret" but quite visible X-37B spy/weapon/space plane in your face, with my right hand .........
We have massively powerful consoles and PC's and all they can come up with is re-hashes of the tired 'run around and slash/shoot things' genre.
Where is the imagination in the games world??
Man's future in space ... Barack Obama: Mars. Narendra Modi: Mars. Vladimir Putin: Er, Moon. David Cameron: Croydon.
Really annoys me that subsequent UK governments have not invested more in space technologies. Ok we're too small to have our own full space program, but we don't even invest much into ESA, meaning that the French and Germans, develop all the technologies and get the downstream engineering benefits.
Even something a potentially ground breaking as the SABRE engine from REL gets minimal governmental funding, in other countries they'd have $billions thrown at it.
Why no Women...
because they appreciate that IT'S JUST a BLOODY PHONE!!!!
It'll still be exactly the same if you buy it tomorrow from a Carphone, O2, EE etc shop.
Especially when they are queuing for days just to by a clone of a 2 year old Galaxy Note II.
Updated Statement from Apple
" After inspecting the Healthkit software, we have deduced that there are no bugs, but the problem lies it a incompatibility of the human physiology with the parameters defined by Apple developers.
If you wish to use the Healthkit Application we suggest that you undergo gene replacement therapy,
Love and Hugs Tim xx"
Legal argument aside
Surely the person in the right here is the owner of the tank, because a) they have a tank and b) you don't.
If you want to argue I'll give you a 10 meter head start.
What's happens with the charter for the Royal mail. They have always had to service all postal address for a fixed cost regardless of distance?
That's always been the big argument about rising costs, whilst delivering mail in cities is cheap and easy, it's the services to the more inaccessible areas that are costly.
Can rapidly see a Scottish Mail service that won't deliver to anywhere outside the major towns and cities, unless the sender pay a massive postal cost.
A big phone and a watch, didn't they just copy the Samsung launch from last week.
Reminds me of ...
“Now it is such a bizarrely improbable coincidence that anything so mind-bogglingly useful (as the babel fish) could have evolved purely by chance that some thinkers have chosen to see it as the final and clinching proof of the non-existence of God.
The argument goes something like this: "I refuse to prove that I exist,'" says God, "for proof denies faith, and without faith I am nothing."
"But," says Man, "The Babel fish is a dead giveaway, isn't it? It could not have evolved by chance. It proves you exist, and so therefore, by your own arguments, you don't. QED."
"Oh dear," says God, "I hadn't thought of that," and promptly vanishes in a puff of logic.
"Oh, that was easy," says Man, and for an encore goes on to prove that black is white and gets himself killed on the next zebra crossing.”
Congratulations you work in IT.
Unfortunately, most real people who buy home routers don't. They just want something that connects their PC/Laptop/tablet to the internet so they can access Facebook, ebay.
Expecting people to upgrade firmware, change passwords, writing scripts is just not acceptable.
More Wall-e than terminator
Isn't the more likely dystopian future one where humans are just amorphous blobs being told to buy things that they don't need.
Does it matter??
Put a dog turd on a strap, slap an Apple logo on it and the fanbois will still buy it, claiming that it's world changing technology.
Damn, I thought HyperCat sounded like the successor to the much missed cross channel Seacats.
I'm still waiting for my piezoelectric shoes to charge my phone whilst walking.
Why would you hack a car?
Rather than the whole crashing at speed thing, I thing the biggest motive for hacking a car could be Fraud.
In the UK there is an 'industry' around fraudsters being paid to have low speed impacts with innocent people on roundabouts/intersections etc, they then give the details of the person that paid them, Who then puts in a claim for whiplash, anxiety, etc against the victim's insurance company (usually using an ambulance chasing 'legal' firm).
Imagine if you could could now control the innocent victims car and force it to slam on the brakes at your command, whilst your GoPro camera on the dash records everything. "Sorry mate, you slammed on the brakes, I've got it on camera. I'll tell you what give me £500 and we won't go through the insurance company".
If you paid £xxx for a ticket for a premiership game the last thing you want is everybody holding up a massive tablet in front of you blocking the view. I can see trouble occurring when a frustrated fan decides they have had enough and starts smashing the bloody things.
It's bad enough at concerts where everybody holds up mobiles. I want to see the band live, not on 500 LED screens.
There have been claims that it's to stop people recording games, but since most smartphones have better camera's than tablets, why aren't they blocking them.
What about his collegues??
Follow the H2G2 approach
To disable any AI and irrevocably tie up all it's circuits, all we need to do is ask it:-
"Why the Ape creature likes boiled leaves in water, rather then anything it could offer"
Nothing new here. See this story from 2008.
I suppose sending a pint London Pride into space is better than drinking it. It's definitely not a great ale, only to be drunk when ever other beer* has run out
Re: Why does it *have* to be in London
Just do a bit of editing for you:
Isn't that a little like Foxconn slave labour having to listen to valve radios, working for a pittance whilst the organisations (both fruity and non-fruity) that engage with their masters, make $,000,000,000's in profits and keep banging on about how ethical they are.
I for one welcome our sentient Anti-malware overlords.
Take millions of pairs of Chinese made $5 dollar head phones.
Associate with Rapper.
Sell headphones for $100
Sell brand to hypermarketing company
Sell iheadphones for $200
Unfortunately there are enough fools out there who believe marketing hype and what is perceived to be "cool"
I read that as...
illegal Drone fight!! Much more interesting.
I think that could be the next big spectator sport drone fighting. Sort of Robot Wars 3D, "This time its vertical".
Hands off Sky, Bernie Ecclestone et al, I thought of this first!!
I'm also thinking of ProCeleb Drone fighting....
In the blue corner, The USAF 174th Fighter wing with a Reaper MQ-9 vs Danny Dyer with a Parrot AR. v2
What are the odds??
Just goes to show for privileged access you need to apply more control's than just a username/password.
"Our objective has never been to be first. It’s to be the best."
It's a watch then, yyyyaaaaawwwwwwnnnnnnn!!
Re: Effing Windows
And why do you assume that they use Windows?
No where in the reg article or in the original Spiegel article does in mention an OS. It mentions Malware and trojans, any OS can be susceptible to malware and trojans.
Assuming that one OS is secure and another is not is a great way of demonstrating your complete ignorance of computer security.
Re: What if it was ditched and sunk intact?
"to the extent that it has *never* been done."
Ok so what about US Airways Flight 1549 which an Airbus A320 which landed on the Hudson, intact and with all passengers and crew surviviing.
Read all about it
EXCLUSIVE - Devices with large glass screen are easily broken.
in other headlines
Sun set's in the west shocker.
I had sex with my husband admits woman
Grass is green say scientists.
IF CONTENT(POST) = "Samsung" or "Android" AND NAME="Anonymous Coward" Then LOCATION="Apple Store"
Many companies are told but few listen
As a security consultant, I repeatedly tell clients that their customer password should never be able to be retrieved even by the customer.
Look at Microsoft AD, it may have many issues, but even if you are the Domain Admin with every right across the whole AD domain you cannot view another users password, you can delete it, you can change it, but you can't see it.
It a customer wants to reset their password fine, they can input to old password and change it.
If they forget their password, have a temporary one time password sent back to them, or even have an operator generate a one-time password for them to use.
If a operator or call center operative can see a customer password you have an instant oppurtunity for fraud within the business.
However companies seldom listern to security people (even if they are paying massive consultancy fees), because security doesn't generate revenue, however if a marketing/customer experience person thinks it would be 'easier' for customers to recover they own password or have a call center agent look it up, then that becomes the norm. Of course when an incident take place it's not their fault it's an IT issue.
This will keep happening until some government has the balls to say that when a company has a security breach, the C-levels will be in the dock, looking at some time at her majesty pleasure.
Copy, Copy, Copy.
Why don't they just call it the iNote.
Apple Innovation died with Steve Jobs
.... in this case the competion is too big for Ellison to buy, rape for all their decent technology and then close down, forcing customers to migrate to a more expensive and worse Oracle solution.
You look at the UK jets of the 50's/60's and my god did they have style.
Just look at planes like the DH Vampire, and the Supermarine Swift, Hawker Hunter and even the graceful Vulcan. They just looked great.
middle class angst.
I wonder how many of mumsnet and similar organisations that have been campaigning for this, are the same ones that were reading 50 shades of grey....
"To take part all you need to do is download the Apple Store app and agree to let it track your location."
Not exactly covert then??
Not defending Apple, just point out poor, headline grabbing journalism.
And I thought Splunk was just a reasonably price piece of log collection, aggregation and analysis software, It sounds some much sexier as spookware.
Nothing to see here??
I think it says more about Fujitsu rather than LSE. Fujitsu is is free fall is losing money (95 Billion Yen - March 2013) and slashing jobs.
It makes sense to pull in and move you shared into a more protected market like the Nikkei rather than an open one like LTSE, it prevents predetors moving to make a quick profit at the longer term detriment of the business.