It's only right that this is a death trap, it's at DSEI.
346 posts • joined 20 May 2010
Chromebooks would be a great RemoteApp solution, if only Google would build in support. I could dish one out to a user, the device management could set the homepage to RDWeb and say thanks very much have a great day.
In my 20 years of IT support
I've never seen anything so unreliable.
Dead spots on the touchscreen.
Batteries swelling up.
Two button restarts taught to users.
At least my users don't lose the pen.
Yup, that was my first thought. Drawbridges go up as well as down.
Re: There, there children. Sorry your pacifier is b0rken.
With the massive variation in traffic we have in London, timetables are absolutely pointless. Routes don't always run their full length if delayed for example, the app tells you the destination meaning you will see if letting one go past will get you the full distance on the bus 2 mins behind.
If they use Slack they haven't learned their lesson. The problems started once monitisation was the goal.
This isn't news. It's a sales pitch..
The'll be seeling this 'tech' just as soon as the patents come through.
Re: Language analysis
The punctuation is perfect. Are we sure TSB are not the NSA?
Re: Academic doesn't always mean intelligent
Looking at the study I see it's pretty short and to the point, I doubt any grant money was needed.
Who has 4G in Peru
You also need to look at who has access to the tech in Peru, perhaps it isn't as widespread in rural locations.
Re: William Wallace
Oh Amber Rudd and her party of Tory twats have “the necessary hashtags”, it's only a matter of repeating #StrongAndStableLeadership until the sheep come home.
Re: Who do they think they are?
--The Ruling Class. They're Tories, don't you know? Born to rule over us plebs etc...
What a shame they are only capable of asset striping the country.
It's now the Competition and Markets Authority, Having changed names once in between.
If it's 4G how do you connect? Wouldn't this require a SIM?
Re: Too polite
I find shouting obscenities at cold callers stops them calling back (try insulting their mother), when I just hang up I get another call right after with a "I think we got disconnected".
I'm more concerned by the typos in this article than the use of pants to mean trousers, it is well established. Unlike Microsoft's use of premise to mean premises.
Like if we decide to remain in the EU anyway...
Had to look up SaS
'What’s different about CBRS is that mobile network infrastructure makes a request for spectrum from a Spectrum Allocation System “SAS” that connects to a database that manages overall licensed usage.'
I couldn't care less
Just build one!
Re: Brexit Imperial Wavelength of 16.89inches
Shirley it should be 16 inches and 89 one hundredths of an inch?
Now perfectly positioned
Google are now perfectly positioned to lead the legal fight against Trump's encryption backdoor ideas.
Re: and on top of that
'as far as I recall, the word "immigration" was not on the ballot paper'
Someone down-voted that! Obviously the delusion the Tories and media are pumping out is affecting the weaker minds.
Re: Political Imprisonment?
Mayday would be an excellent choice, we could move the bank holiday back to May 1st where it belongs.
AFAIK ESA are separate from the EU, like EBU are.
Idiots and function creep
Two words, troll trace.
Did El Reg not think to contact the relevant minister for comment?
TrumpOrg.com why not trump.org
Re: My question is......
I disagree, El Reg has the most annoying ads outside of the daily mail. Animated, noisy, big and bordering the text while you are trying to read it. Without an adblocker this website is impossible to read for any length of time.
Not at all
I'm using one right now to block the flashing wrap-around ads on El Reg. I assume you still do that, probably sound coming from it too.
Although most of the time I forget its running, so it's a real shock to use other people's computers.
Re: coalition government?
'You obviously fail to get the joke about Bobby Ewing and the dream. You must not be old enough to remember 'Dallas' from the 1980's and 'Who shot JR?'.'
Some of us had better things to do...
I'll be ignoring those Reserved ticket things from now on then...
Re: Shut the door on the way out
As detailed in The Book of Dave. ;)
Re: Windows Vista?
Autorun enabled for USB drives until Windows 7 perhaps...
Orlow take yer blinkers off
Oh that's right you are the one trying to fit us with blinkers...
Re: Finally, a GOOD religion
There is only one true "Bob".
Re: Bunch of tosspots
I assume you didn't look for an iPlayer app? :D
Another anti-BBC rant by Orlow...
Naming yourself after the postcode for Dalston does not make you cool. ;)
IMSI-catchers are used routinely in London, running AIMSICD is an eye opener.
So there is a way...
So there is a way to get a UK IP address on Azure, run it yourself.
And it happened again, this time DWP.
Makes you wonder where that 'invoice' money is headed.
Without voice isn't this just Bing search?
Seems like a con.
A Google version of fon and meshing would be nice.
Malware? Is that you?
"When somebody sends something from an app that's integrated with Messenger, the recipient will also be able to find out about the app and easily install it themselves."
Shouldn't the question be...
How much did the council get for the footage?
Re: The voters hate Osborne
If it cost more to run than it brought in perhaps it needed to be higher. The tax rate has been much higher in the past without bank bailouts crippling the country.
Blimey, this wasn't written by Orlow? I spose it wasn't anti-BBC enough...
Due to the closed nature of the chosen SoC. I assume MS were able to get details and driver sources.
Now it all makes sense, it was announced last week that the RT version of Win10 would be late. I guess adding the extra hardware platform (probably a management afterthought) slowed/set back development. I was thinking they were phasing out support for ARM because of the poor sales of Surface RT devices.