Wise use of the Anonymous Coward you trolling moron.
42 posts • joined 7 Sep 2009
All well and good if you like minimalistic, plain, uninteractive websites, but that's the point.
IE7 doesn't fully support all of the features available to web developers of today i.e HTML5 and they are moving forward to support and embrace such standards.
The internet has changed and is always changing, and like Flares, Reflex, and Babylon bars/clubs, have got to move with the times.
(though O2 has switched some of its 900MHz to 3G around London).
Nice bit of inaccuracy there... do some research before posting such non-sense.
3G 900Mhz has been rolled out to many cities and towns around the UK, including some rural spots now. Have a look on Sitefinder (they've updated that recently with the new masts) if you don't believe me.
On the other side of the coin, this is a good move as coverage will now be better in theory for both networks, they just need to make sure they have enough back haul otherwise data munchers will be p*ssed.
Very misleading as UEFI is the replacement for the "BIOS" system we all know.
UEFI is a completely different system all together. To take advantage of the full UEFI features you need a UEFI OS that has a UEFI boot loader, a good example is Windows Vista/7 or Ubuntu. On UEFI based systems, they will appear on the GUI as seperate items from standard drives.
"Here in 2012 the user problem hasn't gone away (and many Mac users are stupider than most). But as a Mac and PC user, I run AVG on the PC's but the Macs have nothing at the moment."
Says the guy running AVG. AVG has got to be the worst, insecure, bloated and resource hogging AV product (next to McAfee, Norton and Kaspersky) I've ever come across. I've had so many computers cross my palms with this attempt at an antivirus product. A mac is probably safer without AV.
I'll keep my mac safe with ESET Antivirus (aka NOD32) as and when the threat of increased virus attack arises.
I'll be honest however, I'm surprised at the lack of viruses and other security flaws (yes there are quite a few, but Windows...say no more) that there actually are for a Mac, by now I was expecting a similar level to Windows but clearly there isn't a market for it yet.
I think you might want to get your mac checked out, I installed this last night on both my Mac and Android phone and both are working flawlessly.
Also, the article the other day in relation to not being able to install it on Mac because your drive was not ready is not a Mac specific problem. I had to wait 2 days for mine, and I registered from a Windows pc.
Please stop putting up crap without analyzing the facts first.
Btw, I use a MBP 13" 2011 with Snow Leopard.
The same thing has been happening with Yahoo accounts being hacked and passwords being reset. Recently started receiving spam from friends on Yahoo too like I was from people on Hotmail. In fact my hotmail fell victim to this too.
Great to see M$ finally solved it a year later.
.... Sod trying to get it on xbox in other words.
Since they've got their grubby hands on it, its now become a classic bit of MS crap that is broken. Skype was never perfect I know, but its now crippled with MS code.
My android app doesn't work at all now with video like it used to.
Christ knows what will happen to Skype overall if they try an incorporate xbox into the mix.
Why? If a kid wants porn, they will get porn. Simple as that.
I pay for a contract, and to do that, you need to be over 18, therefore no filtering should be applied. If they are giving a contract phone to a child then it should be an opt-in to block and not the other way round.
Pay as you go on the other hand is a different matter. A child can buy a sim and top it up, and this policy makes sense for protecting the child, but again they can go to a PC and get porn.
Applying this opt-out of the filter policy to static ISPs aka ADSL/Cable/Wifi is wrong. The IWF filter is bad enough as they filter stuff that isn't under their policy.
Say bye bye to your freedom of access to the internet.
.... a Nokia N900. Its open as much as it can be, and its a simple 5 minute job to swap firmware to unbranded... wait, they come unbranded on all networks unless you're on Vodafone, and then all you do is download maemo flasher, and the global firmware image and emmc image, flash and done. Plus you get the latest software updates before Vodafone users, we're on PR1.2, vodafone users unless they flashed stuck on PR1.0 or PR1.1 which is full of bugs!
Nice to see my working hard doing two jobs is paying off... well paying some unemployed lazy arse who abuses the system anyway!
I ain't going to knock the unemployed too much though as my missus is unemployed her self, but us being the age of students, she's struggling to find anything as low as a toilet scrubber at the moment! 50+ CV's have gone out all over the show.
Its not on though.
Kids. Stay in school, go to college / do an apprenticeship and you'll get to my position. IT Tech that often becomes manager, and a DJ. Pays well... and well pays the unemployed too.
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