Re: The deadline was extended until April
2913 posts • joined 22 Jun 2009
On that note - will the Vega+ run Crysis when it arrives?
That was my first thought too. Anyone who thinks this sorry shambles is anything more than completely par for the course for 80's computer vendors obviously didnt live it the first time around :)
And correctly identify it as one of the models that has reasonably working geofencing?
Me thinks El Reg is being a little hard in DJI in this case.
No. These are the people who know better than to conflate the risk of damage or loss to a commercial aircraft to the loss of a reusable space plane. No to mention the bad taste in doing so.
The reason they enforce it so agressively is the threat to their cushy little licensing revenue stream?
I think they'll find the EU disagrees pretty strongly with that first 'creative' assumption on the part of the Department of Jerks.
It's beyond me why they haven't fired the idiot who keeps pushing this. It's clear international data transfers and privacy are matters to be decided at the diplomatic and treaty level. Indeed in this case I believe the mechanism already exists but instead of using it someone at the DoJ has made a decision to waste millions of US tax payers money persuing it.
Time to go and watch Team America: World Police again!
Horses for courses. if you are mostly urban I find 3 better overall than O2, espically M4 corridor/thames valley. Ironic given their respective HQ locations.
Mind you the gaping vortex signal dropout just at the train end of the platforms in Paddington is amusing since you can flick the V's at Voda's HQ from there.
Its so localised I'm almost convinced there is some blocker or alternative transmitter in operation as every network seems to get hit.
Hey Five Eyes
Stop victimising Kaspersky just because one of your own contractors was stoopid enough to take his work home with him.
How many Orchards did the protesters torch before someone pointed out the (flaming) obvious?
I’ve been livin the dream with John Lewis/varilight IR dimmers and a harmony remote for years now.
The newer Harmony hub is a thing of joy - it has so many ways of spaffing out EM radiation you can probably use it to self tan. All it’s really missing is a zigbe bridge and it would have the fully monty.
The lovely thing is the state syncronisation I can have the remote and the app open on a phone and an IPad and it all just updates.
Yes. And the habit of the RSPCA in bringing private prosecutions is currently being knocked on the head as an overreach.
Apparently it used to be ok to aggressive about private prosecutions if it was for fluffy animals. Now not so much.
Even the RSPCA have admitted they got overly aggressive.
PS support the aims of the RSPCA but not necessarily the way they decided to execute them.
What self respecting "developer" spams that sort of message across twatbook?
Except Lenovo (& Moto) of course. I've been getting almost monthly updates on my Z Play.
Question. How can avoiding regulation count as being un-regulated? All the signs are that on various fronts regulation is going to catch up with them big time.
Its a great argument for regulation - but its not valid to say Uber was unregulated.
Eh? Apple's own refurb site doesn't require you to exchange your old phone.
Well recommended (at least for Macbooks) can't speak for Phones.
Absolutely - we had to suffer, they can too - it will make a man/woman of them.
In my day we had to handle track changes with the grammar checker locked on - there was so much markup and wobbly green lines we'd go home with it burnt on our retina's.
I read NHS Digital as “shopfront to any company that will give an MP a post-parliament Directorship and a bit of cash for the boys”
Paris because at least she only monetises herself.
Booting the Argies out of the Falklands?
The tech is as last as secure as your average company firewall - it's no different to leaving dozens of open ports in your firewall.
Arguably locking down an S3 bucket is a damn sight easier than configuring an enterprise class firewall.
EU Working directive aside - thats fine if you are salaried - as your contract usually contains a clause along the lines of "working hours as necessary for the role", but not if you are paid hourly.
More simplistically -
blue collar = hourly = potential overtime.
white collar = salary = no overtime (but potentially more flexibility if you have a decent employer)
Isn't the Motion basically a Moto Play Z (not Z2) with 12% more battery (3.5k vs 4k mAh)?
People like you are responsible for all "video news" on the bbc news site. Get thee behind me.
How dare you suggest the Emperor has no clothes!
Its almost as if we had a huge piece of tin that we wanted to run lots of different programs on and give them the Option to Time Share. Then maybe we could have lots of copies of storage and call it multiple virtual storage. Then of course we need to control when all this stuff runs and with what priority - almost like we need a job control language.
mutter mutter in my day mutter....
Does shacking up with the future missus in Reading at weekends followed by the Red Eye into Dublin count?
To be fair to ONS it probably went something like this.
HMG : Cor blimey 1/2bn on the census. Cut Cut Cut!
Moronic SPAD: Lets use cell phones tracking like the NSA innit.
ONS: Oh dear god - lets pretend to take this seriously until the Lefty gets in.
Yes because a doubling of the data is down to the i-word. Why don't you take your dog whistles back to the Daily Fail website where there is a more willing audience for them.
Also don't under estimate the value of having literally hundreds of years to understand the gaps and omissions in your data. Something you have to do all over again if you change source or collect method. Now as an data enhancement proposition some of these datasets are interesting but not as core data replacement.
There is either a misunderstanding on the part of the journo who wrote this or a simplification too far in the text.
I refer to the part about following you home at night. About the only way that's even marginally acceptable is if it's to nearest cell tower.
Err you do know the Panama papers dataset was put online afterwards? If you are that paranoid I suggest you go trawling for the gaps you think exist.
Except the stats on residual values don't back up your statements. Look at the the Model S - 3-4 year old examples still going for 80% of their original cost. (Check autotrader.co.uk). Roadster values are still holding well considering they are a discontinued model.
That's unheard of for whats effectively a 7 series/S class competitor which are mostly over 50-60% depreciation after 3 years....
LAN Content - works fine:
DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) is a standard technology that enables sharing of content between devices connected over a network. To play content stored on another device or computer on your Roku device using DLNA, the other device must be running DLNA server software and must be on the same network as your Roku device. Some routers and NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices have a built in DLNA server.
Roku Media Player has been tested to work with the following DLNA servers:
Windows Media Player/Center
For information on setting up a DLNA server, consult the associated online support site.
Maybe because you can get iPlayer, All4 and Amazon Video without pissing about with side loading or Plex?
Not to mention NowTV for Sky and my annual GoT binge.
Low lie the Fields of Athenry
Where once we watched the small free birds fly. (let the free birds fly)
Our love was on the wing we had dreams and songs to sing
It's so lonely 'round the Fields of Athenry
Until apple came along then they were chokka
I’ll expect those prices will come down in time. They are currently driven by cantimg to reserve all the parts for new retail models not spares and repair.
I also bet there are only 1 or 2 service centres that have the skills and tools to repair them.
Haven’t seen an iFixit tear down yet but I bet it will be even harder to fix than previous models.
Yes we are looking at you Vodafone. Twice in different DC's
Whilst I agree that it’s likely to fail I don’t think it’s a total slam dunk. I think an arguement based on the need to support world Intellectual Property systems whilst would ultimately fail would at least be considered an arguement worth having in court, and nonwilful infringement is unlikely to generate a mega fine.
Had to look up what GT/s was?
Turns out it's 8 data bytes + 2 control bytes. So actual data transfer rates = GT/sx80% = GB/s
But how on earth could Voda have deleted mails on an image of a disc and have affected the originals in any way?
There might be many explanations - probably multiple chains of rozzer incompetence- Voda deleting them seems v unlikely.
IMac Pro is kinda interesting though..... if you have deep pockets.
Well duh. Hacking about a new product instead of exchanging it. Silly you.
G5S ftw here - android pay + aptx + reasonable battery life.
The capabilities of a £200 android now are amazing. Also have a Sammy A3 from work. Impressed.
The lastest round of Macbook pros aside, look at the retail cost of a MacBook Pro 3 years ago and it’s value now. Then compare the equivalent Windows laptop. The idiot tax only really applies to iOS devices, and mostly the phone at that.
£9 a month just for streaming? Three do 30Gb per month total data for £25 sim free. How many mobile networks are reliable for more than 30Gb a month??
Indeed - it appears that the Sherrif (a mid-ranking judge!) needs an urgent appointment with some retraining and a common sense injection.
Although to be fair this wont be the first time a poorly worded law is used to persecute people who were never intended to be within its scope.
Like they have *ever* been off form.
You mean if HP had bought SAP the same thing would have happened?
I blame George Lucas. Watch Hayden in Shattered Glass - you won’t believe it’s the same actor.
oh come on - if we've learnt anything from Hollywood its that Mars is where all the 3 boobied women live.
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