I wonder how many Android Kodi boxes have crypto mining apps baked in too?
121 posts • joined 23 Jul 2009
I wonder how many Android Kodi boxes have crypto mining apps baked in too?
I was in China recently and was surprised that I couldn't find a western news site that was blocked. Even Infowars and such wasn't blocked, much to Alex Jones' shock I would assume.
Voice messaging is hugely popular in apps like WecChat. Typing in Chinese and such character sets isn't that quick so instead of SMS text based style messaging, people now send voice recordings, sometimes just seconds long.
I think it possibly took until Clive Sinclair was persuaded.
I had a successful one, got a piece of coal in a box for contributing towards the costs of an art exhibition.
From the Vega+ page:
The development of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum Vega+ is complete, and we have a fully working prototype waiting to go into production in the UK.
I just use it Bluetooth keyboard mode to control an emulator on an Android box.
What I said at the time was "someone's going to have to go through each library's newspaper back catalogue and remove loads of page 3s".
It would be more in keeping with Atari business decisions if they inexplicably relaunched the Atari Video Music.
I've noticed recently that the typical Russian bot nets that used to leave names in sever logs about buttons and stuff now are leaving the name Electionmanipulation.ru guess it's just a joke though.
So they want porn sites to go back to "Enter your credit card details so we can verify your age. Promise we won't charge you for anything"?
UK domains also require real names and addresses. About 10 years ago I had a .uk domain suspended because I'd put 123 Fake Street as the address.
Has there every been an enforcement power that hasn't been misused at some point?
I've stopped visiting the Independent on my phone due to its autoplaying video adverts pausing audio apps and its auto refreshing homepage reloading before I've got to the bottom. It's just too annoyingly designed.
That's a very interesting point and makes me think of how you never see a discounted iMac in a store.
I think there's massive collusion between patent lawyers going on. If they persuade all these firm to keep filing patents for such things then continually sue the hell out of each other, it's a lawyer's gravy train that roles on and on.
That's what gets me. They're replicating functions everyone including their own users already have, but even just going "we have a map of Paris" makes the audience go "ooooooo!, aaahhhh!".
That was meant in a sarcastic way.
It's the things like slide to unlock and pinch to zoom, people see those features and quite rightly mistake the phone for an iPhone.
It's a direct copy of the Newton damn it!
Presumably remove the DRM, convert to ePub and sideload.
I wonder how this might affect the overall use and hence profits for Google. How much of their page impressions are from people searching for torrents and such? If say Bing, don't censor their results and people find it easier to locate what they want there, could it start a slow creep away?
and appeared around the start and end of every advert break. Wasn't the purpose of that so that compatible VCRs could pause and unpause recording thus skipping the adverts? This was inserted by the broadcasters so surely they advocated ad-skipping in the past.
I would have had a gander but not if it's only on iTunes.
I've been using this since the beta and it's improved greatly. Very little resources hit, very stable, the firewall and anti-theft for rooted phones are nice features. Downsides are that the callblocker doesn't catch calls before the phones vibration kick in (on my handset at least). I was really surprised when it came out of beta and was still free.
Hollywood is so slow. They're only now suing over something that was popular 10 years ago?
Same with me, large sites like Google were fine. Some would only deliver text, others were completely unreachable.
Sorry, that should be "still only getting 20mbps".
"it's the old mid-level package running on the older DOCSIS 2 modem".
Actually I'm on DOCSIS 3 with a Superhub. They silently put me over onto it months back and my connection went down for a week. After an engineer visit he said somehow I was put onto DOCSIS 3 despite still getting 20mbps. After switching to a Superhub it worked fine, but I'm still only getting 30mbps.
The speeds of other packages will apparently be doubled. Mine is supposed to be going from 30mbps to 60mbps, even through I only get 20mbps.
Kindle documents still only sync with your actual Kindle device. I would like and surely it wouldn't be that hard for them to make the same documents sync with the Kindle apps on my computer and phone at the same time.
Hasn't appeared on my TV yet.
Whilst I wouldn't want to have only touch, I could see it being quite useful whilst typing. Moving your fingers up and selecting something on the laptop screen mid-type would be quicker than moving down to the trackpad and moving the pointer. Defiantly quicker than moving your whole arm over to separate mouse.
Are the titles in the "browser selection" section honestly all there is? That's even worse than Lovefilm, who's too poor to pay for. It's worse that than the shittiest of abandoned torrent sites.
The main thing which swung me towards to the Kindle over the Kobo were that side mounted page turning buttons. The touch screen in nicer for typing but for reading (which is the main point of the device) I found the buttons far more practical than having to poke the screen with my other hand (well, that and the fact that Amazon have far more of the non-fiction book I wanted available).
Neo-nazi's arguing about who unfriended who on Facebook? I stopped reading these riveting emails after a few minutes. Is there any real meat in any of them?
Personally I wouldn't classify the iPad as a computer, more closer to a console. Obviously that's not a textbook definition, just my own personal opinion.
Yes, only essential items such as facelifts and yachts are zero rated.
They're paid that low so they become ripe candidates for recruitment add double agents.
It's open souce. Anyone can build their own version of.
Could swear my GPS locking has been poorer since I got the 2.3.4 update on O2.
The worst experience I had was when Virgin silently moved me from the old network to the new network (which is meant to be for 30mbps and up, I only have 20mbps). The trouble was, the old style router isn't compatible with it. It took several phone useless phone calls to script monkey call centre technicians and several days wait for an engineer to turn up. Took him about 20 minutes to figure out what had happened and he called his boss up to check if this could possibly be the case. Apparently there's been an influx of such problems in the past few days. The engineer said to me "I wondered by there was 30 Superhubs in the van this morning rather the usual 15 and 15 regular".
I wonder to what extent the motivation behind the creation of non-recordable formats was driven by being able to control the manufacture and supply of recordings? Think back to the birth of was cylinders etc, I imagine a large part of the idea behind their invention was having the ability to record as well as play back. By the time you got to bakelite records, was mass production the main idea behind the format or was controlling or eliminating duplication a major concern back then?
Big Fish are big in the point and click 'hidden object' genera, very popular with women. In fact one of the best known dodgy sites for these is run by a woman called Wendy.
I had WordPerfect for the Atari ST, it was a pretty bad piece of software and seemed ludicrously priced, $400 to type shit on the screen?
You don't need to use a VPN, just use SSL. Virgin won't slow you don't until you hit their standard cap. In fact with most ISPs that apply shaping to non-standard traffic, just access Usenet through SSL on port 443 and you avoid the shaping.
Would Manic Miner today be reviewed as highly as it was?
It's to commemorate the anniversary of Ceefax.
"a whole mess of different regulations" which the Lib Dems stated in their manifesto that they would sort out. Yet another political frap by Clegg..
People don't need to buy The Who any more, they're sick of hearing them every day for free on fecking CSI.
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