40 posts • joined Friday 3rd August 2007 11:45 GMT
But how does it compare to logmein? I'm awaiting the arrival of my apple fondleslab and have so far used logmein to access the home computer on the move on my laptop. However, the point of the iPad is to not have to lug my laptop when travelling... Would you still stick with Splashtop over the likes of LogMeIn who charge 8.99 for "Ignition" for iPad?
Has two mobile service providers... but these are not recognised within the android market, so you only get the free apps that are available worldwide... apps like Skype won't appear in the market.
of native storage... no expandable or removable storage. As much as 16GB is plenty, surely this is a bit of a negative for the Nexus S?
All other pages..
... return a 404: http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/helicopter-warfare
Shoddy site management in anyone's books... a 503 - Service Temporarily Unavailable header should be returned, unless they want to mess up with their indexing within search engines.
It's a shame...
That since moving out of the UK, my 'droid won't show any paid-for or featured apps. I can search for free apps, but due to Google's policies, none of the others show unless I put my old UK sim back in the phone.
The "Axis of Awesome" have to say about this:
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AdBlock Plus or not, if the ads are compromised and exploited, then the site is going to be flagged, and if you're using Firefox you're going to get a warning page saying that the site "may harm your computer"...
"it’s always about an hour later we get a panicked call on their mobile phones asking for them to be returned"
And I wonder, honestly, how many of those panicked callers are told "Sorry mate/luv, can't see it I'm afraid"?
*Awaits the flaming from some techy cabby reading el reg on "his" iphone*
So f-ing what?
My online banking requires:
1. A 10 character account number, not linked to my card or bank account number
2. Random characters out of my own silly long password
3. A card reader, and my bank card, in order to add a new payee/transfer money out
Even if they got in, there's not much they could do.
Email is dispensable, anything important/work based, should be on a secured server, and again, keep those passwords up to date boys and girls. Get my gmail account? I'll open another :)
we all know that people, including my father, would click it :(
Similar email distributed here..
Am I actually working at Vulture Central? :
Extra Security arrangements have been made for Swanky Office In Canary Wharf on Wednesday 1st and Thursday 2nd April. These include:
Additional 24 hour security; extra Security presence in front of ground floor reception
No entrance to building without ID
All visitors to be verified against daily client log, before allowed entry to reception.
Couriers will not be allowed to stop outside the building and will be vetted outside the building before being admitted to reception
No parking, or waiting for couriers, or cabs, will be allowed directly outside reception
Please postpone or reschedule any client meetings or visits from people outside the agency.
Ho Hum... I'm more impressed with my alternative route to work, which involves boats :)
Thumbs up for the Kubrick quote!
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