"Apple did not respond to a request for comment"
to El Reg? How unlike them.
405 posts • joined 23 Oct 2009
You buy your house from us.
We will make sure your windows/doors/locks are kept up to date as every so often burglars find a way to open our windows or unlock our locks. THIS IS THE ONLY WAY YOU CAN KEEP YOUR HOUSE SAFE. Don't think about it, just let us do it.
We may also cripple your central heating boiler while we update your locks.
Presumably because this is the point at which facebook needs a name synonymous with trust, kept promises and public confidence.
<sarcasm alt="in case anyone was in doubt"/>
Alternatively, facebook absolutely DOES need someone who can sing the "I'm sorry" song every few weeks each time they let on they lost more user data.
1) A simple fold-down extra bit if cardboard in the middle could easily hide the notch. Wouldn't help the display but would hide the notch. It could be build in to protective cases. YMMMV
2) I think Sailfish is the occupational descendant of Meego, so Sony and Gemini PDA still carrying that torch...?
"some of our customers" == only those users that tried to use the online services.
"intermittent" == they only had problems when they tried to use online services.
It would be absolutely true to say that those customers who didn't try and use online services over the weekend experienced no problems. Also, those users who did try to use online services had no problems when they weren't trying.
It would also be true to say that the experience of users when trying to use online services was "normal" (for TSB).
> It is important to note that when the initial customer accepts the terms and conditions of Remote Premium services that they are agreeing to unbind the vehicle from themselves when they sell it on.
So the previous owner has agreed to a set of terms and conditions with ... whom? I don't think it's the dealership and it's certainly not any future owner of the car. Presumably with JLR (but possibly a 3rd party app owner??). In which case how do they propose to enforce the agreement (T&C) they have with the previous owner? It sure as heck isn't the new owner's responsibility to enforce that agreement!
Hi El Reg!
What would be really useful are some sample photos taken on the rear facing camera add-on.
I'm a backer and very excited to get my Gemini some time May or June (especially as my LG G3 is starting to pack up). I'd like to see the focus of the camera add-on to see if it's worth getting. Some 5MP camera can't even take a decent photo of a receipt because they can't focus.
Pretty please? ;)
My apologies -- I always thought that Birmingham was part of the Black Country (especially in industrial revolution times). I didn't realise it was more tightly defined (certainly seems to be nowadays)! I have now learnt something about geography! At least I don't attempt to pronounce Shrewsbury.
The Scouring of the Shire was indeed Tolkien's commentary on the industrial revolution. He grew up in countryside in the Black Country at the beginning of the 20th century (quite well into the industrial revolution). Quite a lot of his inspiration for The Shire came from there (according to his biography -- also some years since I read it)!
I'm fairly sure a local user is just someone with a user account on the machine. It doesn't matter where they are. "remotely triggered" means triggered remotely by anyone with a network route to the machine over some network protocol (e.g. HTTP or FTP) with or without a user account on the machine.
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