Theres an app for that
Ubuntu speech input on Google play....
88 posts • joined 15 Jun 2009
Paper records ta, its time proven common sense format that works in power cuts, and as for the ignorant claim that no one is interested in records i ask WHY are they encrypted, etc?
I dont supose any debt collection agency/criminals/private investigatoras would have any want for such details?
And as for the mentality of 'nothing to fear, nothing to hide': still wear clothes, and have curtains at home do you?
Patients are wising up!
And as for
Is the free app for android to monitor data transfer amounts.
My zte racer is on payg with 3, so the monthly internet add-on is £5 for 2 gig.
Ive never seen 'random' data useage.
Ive suspect ms will come up with a fix to stop those thongs from spying- sorry- send customer data back to them.
There couldn't possible be any value in all that audio data as market research now could there?....
That under no circumstances are my details to go on this system. When i pointed out the number of data leaks and viruses causing trouble he agreed and later called me to confirm the surgery will not offer any patients the option. His last comment to me was "with windows how can we prove our systems dont have a virus?"
Apart from the spiralling cost of motoring, this is the other key factor which has seen me hangup my driving licience.
We have a decent bus network, so why should I put myself at risk of the idiots that fill the roads during summer.
There are a few places online where the locals keep tabs on where these things are, so while they may not release the information, those that drive have a counter measure for counter measure - nothing to do with evasion, just the long traffic jams that happen while they pull someone over.
Having read all the PDF's I have to wonder why they are so intent on being about to switch off the customers supply on a regular basis - the switches have a 10,000 operation lifetime in the specs.
Is this the level of load management they are willing to go to.... we can't cope so just turn them off?
The really alarming thing that leaps at my read of the specs is the requirement to log at 1 minute intervals, or less - so if that resolution of billing is needed that the scary predictions of 60% energy price hikes does appear to be on the way.
One topic - security - did make me chuckle though, they are spec'ing for defence to 6 types of attack and so seem most worried about magnets of 600 gauss and 25mm in size......I wonder why!
... to get the masses to buy their products.
I note that the CA page shows an image of an emulator used for designing mobile software, and as such most likely has the ability to disable the prompts before sending an SMS (if im wrong please correct me).
I also wonder if CA show the emulator rather than a compromised phone because they are trying to develop the virus in the first place (it would be in the best interest of their business model if there was a problem need their solution I guess).
Lastly I have not even overheard ANYONE in the real world having a problem with a virus on any mobile device.... has anyone else?
After following the link to the Android SDK page it looks like it wont be long before I can make my own programs for the nexus.
The only gap in my knowledge is how to actually get the code i write from the SDK into the phone... years ago this was a nightmare, I'm hoping this is a case of being able to upload from bluetooth/web/file and simply run. If anyone knows better please let me know!
I've looked into this very thing, and with the android.hardware class and org.apache.http classes (plus others) it looks like (though i've skimmed through a lot of pages) not only can this be done, but the phone can also host its own apache server to dish the images out... if im wrong please correct me!
..at the local.
This year I have been ASKED to install Ubuntu to rid users of their dimdoze hell. That's not advertising, that's real people (247 to date) who have heard by word of mouth. And it really needs to be said that over the last 5 weeks many of the local students have been happy to get shot of windows7!
It was only monday that one of the genius as pcworld tried to tell me that a DDR memory card will fit into a pc100 slot, given that example of recent experience I can only think that virgin are on to a winner (but lets not mention how t tech guys also ganged up on an elderly couple to convince them that they 'needed' to pay £120 to get rid of a virus on a brand new pc!)
So, aside from the fact that its made shopping ques longer, and is a ploy by the banks to shift blame when these systems get caught with their pants down, the important element of wisdom to remember is that there is nothing as secure as visiting the bank in person rather than trusting these machines. For what its worth to others fed up with the chip and pin fiasco google for section 10.7 of the banking code or visit http://www.bba.org.uk/bba/jsp/polopoly.jsp?d=350&a=13289&artpage=all
- while the bank staff will straighten up when you mention it, they do have to provide an alternative to chip and pin!
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