more like a sequel by Thomas Harris, no?
2316 posts • joined 8 May 2007
more like a sequel by Thomas Harris, no?
Retina quality eyes? now there's a novel idea...
But, Hitachi do a 4TB external drive for 170 quid - people have been buying those, ripping them out of their enclosures and putting them in their servers.
I know, not enterprise level, but that's a massive price difference between pro and home use isn't it?
I so want one of these. I've no idea what I'd actually use it for, and I'd certainly end up getting bored and stop using it after a week, but it'd be a week filled with wonder and marvel.
I've always found the Google Maps app on iOS5 is excellent (and I use it a lot). I have no intention to upgrade to a poorer experience.
but the point of the article is that you should really be comparing the maps app on iOS6 to the maps app on iOS1 - or rather, the very first time that google release maps.google.com to the world.
and 20% on £11.99 is only a couple of quid.
So if it was tax free, they'd be charging us £9.59, which you just know they'd round up to £9.99 anyway.
The lack of a physical product to print, combine into a book and ship to distributors _must_ save the publishing companies more than just 2 quid a book doesn't it?
I thought the article made that perfectly clear. The headline section that you're referring to is in quotes, further clarified in the article text as being the title of the forum on the Apple discussion site. If the whinging fanbois get it wrong, why should they be misquoted?
But that's not the case. The forum title is "iPhone 5 wifi issues" (as mentioned within the article).
But the headline quotes this as "flimsy iPhone 5 Wi-Fi"
Anna has taken the liberty of capitalising and hyphenating the word wifi AND adding the word 'flimsy' to the front in order to further her own anti-Apple agenda. If she's not going to quote the name of the forum correctly in the headline, then why bother quoting it at all, and instead could accurately represent the facts within the headline, instead of using 'iPhone 5' to artificially draw in clicks and Google search results.
As you say, the article itself is fine - it's the headline i've taken exception to as that's where the errors are.
new iPhone 5s as well as iPads and older iPhones
So actually, it's an iOS6 issue then, not iPhone 5 specifically?
Such poor reporting is to be expected in the hoi poloi presses, but this is a technical news website, one would hope that the reporter was at least a little bit technically literate to understand these things.
another comedy winner from TRT !!
please don't let them call it unobtainium!
kinda helps if you read the article before you comment on it, makes you look less daft.
the images in the article are of a Leica camera, but Ive hasn't even started on his design of the camera yet, so those images aren't of his one.
@crowley i have an old Betamax machine around here somewhere if you'd like?.....
How about Ray Winstone?
"Shut it you slaaaag you're nicked!!"
there is only a set amount of stock set aside for the pre-orders via the internet store. the rest are allocated to be sold through either the mobile phone operators own pre-order mechanism, or through the high street stores.
WOW! That was only up for a couple of minutes
or, instead of it being fanbois down voting you out of blind loyalty, could it, perhaps, be people down voting you because you're post was complete rubbish.
what are you suggesting, that Apple should have pre-built 20million iPhone 5 units and then sat around on them, hoping they'd eventually sell them all? and in the mean time, stop production until those are sold and then have to start up the production lines all over again?
everyone goes on and on about Apple being arrogant, yet the criticise them for erring on the side of caution in their initial production runs.
yes, i agree, the publicity it generates does not hurt. and it's a publicity wave that every single iPhone launch has ridden. But equally, it's laughable to suggest that they should have over-estimated the number of units to produce and then incurred the costs of sitting on unsold stock.
and how long was the pre-order window for the S3? and does that include the blue on that didn't come out until weeks after the white one was released?
i agree with Tibbs.
the SIII is just too big for me to be comfortable with. if i want to view something on a big screen, i'll view it on my ipad. the phone is for portability, nor for watching entire seasons of 24 in one sitting.
whenever the apple store is down for updates, or unavailable, there is a graphic of a post it note saying "Back Soon" in the centre of the screen.
I imagine this gif is meant to sit in the middle of the post-it background image, at that angle.
"Yep, same old UI."
windows did a pretty big UI overhaul with Vista - that was a remarkably successful example of what a good idea it is to change the UI that everyone loves. In fact, microsoft must have been so pleased with the results because they've gone even further with win8 and totally changed all the bits that user liked about their old UI.
yep, AC @13:02 is absolutely correct, totally changing the UI is the best thing any company could do
yes, i'm sure that's the only reason for why China aren't included in the initial round
less rev share? what about all the adapters that they are going to sell? what about all the new usb cables that everyone is going to buy because adapters will be annoying.
actually, i dunno that the adapter will be that much of a problem. The old 30-pin connector generally has quite a good connection to the iDevice. I suspect it'll prove to be a tougher connection than the new Lightening connector provides, and so the adapter will remain connected to your lead or peripheral device and so you're experience of just plugging in the device will remain the same.
and lastly - you may or may not be right about how few El Reg readers have an iTouch/iPod/iPhone as a primary device, but also, El Reg readers (and techy types) are not the core demographic of Apple's customers by a very long way. If we all /ragequit over this, i doubt Apple will even not the fluctuation in their monthly sales charts
weird - of all the iPhones i've owned, i've never, ever, had a need to swap the battery.
i dunno why you lot get so hung up on it as a feature.
It used to be, before Apple came on the scene, that if you had a small pocket computer then you or anyone else could write programs for it and you could run them on your machine that you owned without asking the people who had made it.
you know, you can get the SDK for free. you can write apps for yourself to your hearts content.
midweek entry to be considered for QotW?
Probably did it in Photoshop anyway! :)
When Top Gear went to Africa and left tire tracks across the Makgadikgadi Pan, there was outcry and calls for the show to be taken off the air (again).
But when NASA do it on another planet, why then that's all right then, because at least it's not our undisturbed scenery that's being irrevocably damaged is it?!?!
Bunch of hypocrites the lot of us!!!
I'd love a device where FreeView, VirginMedia, or whatever, were just apps alongside 4oD, iPlayer, etc, and YouTube, Netflix and streaming from my desktop machine. Ideally, an interface that did away with channel numbers and just presented me a way to browse everything that's showing live right now, or switch to a different app to stream from iPlayer or whoever.
But then, someone else's tech that achieves the same result in a sufficiently different manner to not infringe upon your patent does become part of the standard and world+dog uses that tech instead of yours, and pays them a license for it instead of you.
Having principles is all very well, but it doesn't pay the bills or put food on the table.
...the third party usb-to-30pin-iphone leads i've tried over the years have all been rubbish. cheaper, yes, but soon fail and require replacing. whereas the Apple branded ones i've either got with the iDevices or bought to replace the crap 3rd party ones, are all still working.
so, yes, i'll happily pay Apple 6 quid an adapter, i'll probably buy two, because in the long run, that's cheaper than having to buy six that are made by a third party which then fall apart after a month.
a centimetre thick? helloooo this is the 80s calling, we want our brick-phone back!
Samsung's Note is practically the same size as the SIII
"without looking at the report"??
I quite agree, they probably didn't do any of those things, and their sample size was ridiculously small, but you can't slag off the quality of their research if you're not going to put any time or effort into doing your own to find out if the report details any of these things.
Oy there, Mr Pot, let me introduce to you the esteemed Mr Kettle.....
Year of the Linux!! woohoo get in!!!
Anyone else having trouble with Virgin broadband? Mines been offline all day, I'm in Hertfordshire, but friend of mine in Edinburgh has had trouble since before the weekend.
I call the help desk and apparently there's a known fault on their network, engineers expect it to be at least 6 days until its resolved!
6 days! That's a bit rubbish, what on earth is going to take six days unless its hardware or infrastructure that's busted?
And it's only going to get worse as we get closer to the 12th Sept. and more and more rumours flood the press.
simple is always best with a bacon sarnie, i feel.
plain white sliced bread, butter, nuke the bacon in the microwave to ensure it's crispy but not burnt, lots of ketchup
but, this got me thinking - surely somewhere in Scotland there's a chippie that'll do a deep fried bacon sarnie, no? now that would be perfect :)
so you should be able to contact it at http://ssww.curiosity.mars/ :)
it's not April is it? has someone's been cocking about in Photoshop?
it seems Samsung are not content with making phone with ridiculously tall and wide screens, they're gotta push for the depth axis as well.
Are they trying to get back to the size of mobile 'brick' phones from the 80s?
or possibly Samsung have taken the art of coping Apple's ideas a step too far and this timed copied the spoof instead of an actual product:
Obama wouldn't, however, drive 12 hours with a dog strapped to the roof rack of his car.
Just because it has Server in the name, doesn't mean this is exclusively for Enterprise.
As people have said, it's a very cheap, very easy way to provide server type services for the home user and the small business team. Yes, there's more feature-full ways of doing it, but equally, they require a greater level of knowledge and maintenance attention, possibly a dedicated person. This provides a way to bring server functionality into your home or office without a large cost of hardware, software and hiring someone with server experience.
So does it pick up keystroke from the keyboard interface? or characters populating text fields on websites?
Just wondering if utils like 1Password can be seen as a protection against this kind of attack, since they drop your password directly into the password field, the data isn't coming via the keyboard interface.
but according to Anna, the only company to rebrand the output from Foxconn are Apple
Are you sure that television manufactures aren't already paying licenses to someone for remote controls and on/off switches? Just because it's obviously doesn't mean that someone didn't have to research and develop it in the past and so deserves to get paid for their work.
Anyway, it's not that Apple don't have to pay Samsungs patent license, it's that they're already paying for them via someone else who's already licensed them from Samsung. Samsung were trying to get paid twice for the same license here.
Even at this size, the damages are token. They'll neither cripple Samsung nor make much difference to Apple's balance. But they are sizeable to make other manufacturers take note. No ones going to be copying anyone in the near future, and hopefully everyone's interfaces now become more individual and innovative
But there also a separate case heard in South Korea last week. By your logic, Samsung had home field advantage in that case, but only managed to scrape a draw.
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The little kid and his mum? that'd be an awesome show! :)
you can get a dvd, with the american voice-overs which are much more hilarious than the original scripts. But i dunno if it's official exactly.
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and hasn't there been at least one daleks episode in _every_ series of Dr Who?
Dr Who without the Daleks who be like Batman without the Joker, Superman without Lex Luthor, Star Trek without Klingons, Obi Wan Kenobi without Darth Vader or Speedy Service without Bad Bird!
From the sounds of it, they've scrapped that method entirely and have built it instead in Objective-C.
and now i'm starving hungry and it's ages until they start serving lunch in the canteen :(
This is listed on the Symantec and Sophos websites since 25th July. It's a bit late to be talking about it now isn't it?
It's seems that Symantec has been detecting this type of jar delivered malware since 2010!
Or is it just the way it attacks VMWare that makes it news worthy?
obviously, someone's doctored the original press releases to include all Goddard location references to try and cover this up. there's skulduggery afoot here! and it's a giant armoured alien dino sized afoot too!
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