No surprise that News Corp signed up, lobbying telecom network to do the same with voice mail?
(obviously not with their internal email....)
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While I'm sure my girlfriend will be happy to get 8k4k picture, i'm not sure she'll be that happy with 24 speakers all around the living room. I think 7.1 is the best I could do, still have room for 2 on top around the screen, 2 hanging behind but anything above 11.2 and I'll have to live on my own.
At least, no more fight for the sweet spot and/or the remote.
They might be able to do that with helicopters/drones and other relatively low altitude image sources that are able to take image with an angle.
Contrary to what TV shows/movies want us to believe, it's not possible to "Zoom in" from a satellite picture to read a number plate, as satellite picture are taken at (nearly) perpendicular angle from the earth. So even with the best possible resolution imaginable they would be able to count the number of hairs on you head, but for the moment "cranial recognition" is limited to bald or not!
So UBI is pushing so much hassle on legitimate customer that they are pushing them either to competitor or to a cracked version of their product.
For me it's easy I don't like to be punished and/or bullied, especially when I'm a paying customer, so I would never accept any DRM going further than "Microsoft activation" like process. Providing a one-off serial key for activation is an acceptable solution.
And of course, while I'm not a big (PC) games consumer any more I'll make a point that no UBI (or related companies) labelled product got into my console and/or iPhone.
Well done Guillemots brothers, you just lost yourself a customer.
We must congratulate News International for productivity:
I have sometimes issues keeping track of my personal and professional voicemails, that's 2 accounts....
Imagine the poor investigators juggling with 4,000, and according to Rebekah Brooks they were only 2 of them.
I would love to know how many "targets" each analyst at GCHQ is handling! If her resignation is ever accepted we know where she should apply....
So to summarise the inquiry so far:
- Rebekah Brooks is in charge of investigating internally at News Corp/News Int if she was aware of any wrong doing and if she received/read her email?
- The Met is in charge of checking if they were corrupted and/or blackmailed to pursue/close the enquiry?
Isn't their a law to protect you against "self incrimination"?
If only Al Capone was tasked of investigating his own finance.....
So the Pope use natural disasters as a proof that human is not that powerful...
Let me use the same natural disasters argument to prove wrong the base of Christianity:
"God is good and almighty".
With a bit of logic at least one of the three propositions don't hold:
- God is
- God is good
- God is almighty
Back to worshipping Cthulhu (at least he's not good) and/or the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
iOS 5.0 will be pushed back to early November, after the 1st Sunday to be exact.
Apple found a bug in the beta that prevents alarm and clock to work with daylight saving time.
As 7 months is a bit short to solve the problem (Apple escalation team has already been working on the issue for 2 years now without great result (except changing the direction of the clock change)), they decide for the root cause of the issue to disappear (at last until early April, well after the holidays season $$$).
14:45 still unstable around Reading.
This poses serious question about disaster recovery plan at Vodaphone... If the Basingstoke datacenter was destoyed by fire it seems it would bring south (eastish) UK network down.. for how long?
I suspect other key premises are in the same situation.
Any SLA / compensation planned?
I'm I wrong when I remember that average speed cameras not used for speed enforcement (as road work speed restriction area) but for traffic monitoring were not supposed to record full number plates but only the last 4 or 5 digits to be able to average speed but not identify cars? So they are also another source of ANPR?
The fact that you haven't been accused/arrested yet doesn't determine if you destroyed evidence.
If you kill someone, have your tshirt full of that person blood and you burn it, you destroyed the evidence...
On the other hand, while I usually support FitWatch action against the police building up files of peaceful political protesters (just in case...), I believe they should have stick to the usual arrest sheet reminding people of their rights, that they don't have to answer any question and should contact a lawyer.... telling them to shave their head and grow a beard sounds a bit childish :-(
Fixed mine... by accident:
My 1000% super stable that never freeze device (iPhone 3GS), crashed forcing me to keep home and lock button to reset, kept those pressed another 10 sec after reboot and got the "Plug to iTunes graph", at that point did a normal reboot (home+lock) as I didn't had access to iTunes.
Since then everything works again....
As usual... take a backup first! I'm not responsible for anything iPhone great coding might loose.
That just prove how "clean" Apple code is....
It probably look like this:
If alarm.repeat = yes then
if repeat <> daily then
if date < US time change then
Seriously, sounds like very complicated code for just repeating alarm, something than Nokia (and anybody else) can do since..... their first phone!
I can't imagine how messy the rest of the code probably is!
So, if I'm right (and I think I am): I (actually not I, someone, euh no one) would pay 50p to watch (work) for them for 60 hours.
Are the SMS alert sent to a premium number (to avoid false alert of course...)?
Sounds like the company has a great future... When is their IPO? I already missed Phorm I don't want to pass another great opportunity!
Maybe if the employer provided third party battery, I'm sure any laptop manufacturer clearly state in the manual "Only use our $$$ batteries". This might give some ground for court action. If your employer provide you with unsafe equipments (as against the manufacturer recommendations).
End of the day it's the laptop that burned down the cottage, laptop provided by her employer. If Ofsted then wants to turn against the manufacturer their choice....
In view of the strong belief by PCSO around the country that "all your photographs are belong to us" even with repeated message from ACPO/Met that it's not the case. I predict another 5-10 years before your local CCTV on foot have a basic grasp of the change
And anyway, carrying a backpack is probably enough to seriously suspect that you are a terrorist (as is having a pants as proved recently....).
STOP because Stop&Search.... The only thing they'll found on me is a bust card with all my rights (and theirs)....
Business as usual, Police ignoring the law with a strong belief they are above it...
Maybe the IPCC is not that proud of hushing everything, worst case scenario, giving a slap on the wrist... (Be warned: 5 times and you get a blame, 5 blames and you might not be eligible for bonus).
How many murders (Ian Tomlinson for example), assaults (any Climate camp), abuses of the law (blanket stop&search, section 44) have just been pushed under the carpet or even worst returned against the victims (yeah, you were looking for trouble, taking picture of your 6yo niece on Oxford street... not sure to charge you with paedophilia or terrorism) ?
A great to restore faith in Policing by Consent... download your fact sheets, know your rights, limit your interactions with the police to the strict minimum imposed by the law (which isn't much); tell them why: "It's nothing personal but I won't be more cooperative while I don't have trust in the force. It might only be some rotten apples but when you do everything to hide them at the bottom of the basket after a while the whole basket stink". (Show/prove them that you know your rights first... just in case).
STOP: Because of Stop & Search and because it has to stop!
This law exist in France ("proxenetisme hotelier") where people renting hotel rooms and/or apartments to prostitute are committing crime and can end up in court. The same is true for anybody "benefiting" from prostitute earning.
While to law was designed to target people profiteering (like charging extortionate rent and pimping), it can also be used against any body renting out (at normal price) to a prostitute and living off immoral earning can apply to the non-sex worker half of a couple if they split bills (or share incomes) like any other couples... Making normal/social life of prostitutes even harder (no apartment, no boy/girl friend/partner).
If you want to tackle sex trafficking and exploitation you should target procuring/pimping not prostitution....
Pushing prostitution underground and behind close doors will only allow criminal activities to develop even more.
Thinking that you can eradicate the sex trade is a total illusion, it's not called the world oldest profession for nothing.
Having a clean, visible, safer regulated industry (for workers/client) is the only way to tackle the problem, along with increased sentencing for pimps/traffickers (as long as it's far safer and profitable to traffic women than drugs the choice is obvious...)
Does Harriet really think that closing every clothes factory would solve the sweat shops problem????
But is there any point trying to explain that to a DailyMail obsessed government that still believe that drug prohibition is working particularly well.....
Aren't Ion detectors far more efficient and without intrusion/imaging issue.... just detecting any ridiculous trace of explosive and/or narcotic.
I suspect they are far far more expensive, especially taking into account the quantity required as they can hardly process more than 2 or 3 passenger/minute.... That would make a huge array to deploy at Heathrow...
Now let's be realistic, isn't the first goal of terrorism to make people live in fear and the associated reduction in freedom? Sounds to me like they managed it quite well (to the pleasure of some political and industrial).
How many dead by terrorism in western nation each year? How many killed by alcohol? Might be worth spending that money on education and development, here and abroad, tackling the root causes.
Just another proof that prohibition is not the way forward...
Banning natural and/or well known products just force people to experiment with far more toxic chemicals.
Pushing issues underground might make them disappearing form the Daily Mail front page but don't solve the problem.
Obviously this government (and I bet the next one either) is not ready to take a sensible approach to the drug problem and prefer to let people resort to crime to feed an habit on diluted crap product.
Cost efficient, quality controlled products provided along information and social support is the only way to tackle the problem.
Drug should be a health issue not a criminal matter...
If only TiVo could come back in a dual HD tuner for Sky..... MY serie 1 TiVo was sooooo much better and stable that my Sky HD box.
Not in a Virgin area (and not kind on Virgin anyway) I'll probably be stuck with my Sky HD for the time being, can't really see Sky opening the market to any other vendor, even TiVo...
Just called God's Angels for a question regarding the regular crash of my Jesus Phone.
Unfortunately I was having a drink while on the phone... The technician being an highly logical mind asked me what I was drinking... rum... so his logical steps were rum -> Cuba, Cuba -> cigars, or at least that's what I believe. Anyway he asked me to confirm that it was the sound of a lighter he heard earlier (probably during half the pack of cigarette I smoked while on hold -- oops no sorry that was with British Gas). Once he got his confirmation he whispered "sorry, can't talk to you anymore..." and shouted "God hate you, you smokers are all going to Hell" before hanging up.
Wasn't aware of Ofcom removing the mandatory unlock clause.
O2 being the exclusive vendor of iPhone.... in UK. What about moving abroad with MY iPhone (I'll have more than reimbursed my sponsorship) after the end of my contract?
What with Pay-as-you-go iPhones, aren't they supposed to be unlocked as they aren't sponsored at all.....
A Palestinian man reported his daughter had suffered "dubious side effects" from the sinister chewable...
Last time someone got cough being pregnant by her husband (who obviously wasn't involved) she blame it on "God" and see how we are 2000 years later.
Same place, different excuse, probably same effect... but at least we'll have chewing gum at church (except in Singapore).
Sounds like the convenient first step for the "sorry we don't have any picture", after the Tube CCTV were not working, we lost the tape, there is no CCTV in the City and we were not there....
And we should seriously trust those guys to protect us... They lost my confidence a long time ago!
Yes it's probably a few rotten apples but if you hide them at the bottom of the basket after a while the whole thing just stinks!
So basically, any anonymous post (or probably any that forget to mention how GREAT OUR LEADERS are and/or PRAISE OUR LEADERS) is traced??? What's the anonymous part of this then?
What's next? Send the Territorial Support Group to your home to beat you up (hey a nice way to save on travel, no need to go to protest any more). (I can see some UK style swatting coming...)
We can "trust" the National Extremism Tactical Coordination Unit to provide a list going far beyond the Islamist "Make you own bomb" web sites.
But of course as they are a "private company" (founded by the Home Office (so by us) and deploying police officers) they are exempt from Freedom of Information act, so just another layer of surveillance and soon censorship....
Might be time to send "V for Vendetta" DVDs to our (shadow) government....
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