This is not about the government trying to prevent voter fraud.
This is a Tory government trying to take votes away from Labour.
80 posts • joined 4 Jun 2007
So it's a mediocre phone with a slow processor, a mediocre camera and mid-range specs all around.. but that is supposed to take market away from the iPhone? Are you smoking crack?
It's going to steal market space from the other mediocre phones, not from iPhones.
And since the article points it out, I use a OnePlus 3T which kicks the shit out of that mediocre phone, while costing the same. It's not the same size as the iPhone, but it could actually steal iPhone users. Me being one of them, just having ditched my iPhone 7.
Were you going to make a point or are you under the impression anyone gives a flying f**k about your laptop and what specs it has?
Because, you know, I just bought a new gas cooker. 7 Burners / Zones, 4 Cavities, Conventional Main Cavity Type, Dimensions - H90 x W100 x D60. Great energy rating. It combines traditional design and modern features to really give my kitchen the wow factor. This full gas model boasts powerful cooking and puts you in complete control of the temperature at all times. Both conventional ovens boast a 51 litre capacity and there’s also a dedicated grill, perfect if you’re looking for a healthy alternative to frying. The 7 burner gas hob with wok burner offers plenty of space for your pans, whether they’re large or small. The main cavity has catalytic liners on its sides to make cleaning the oven that bit easier. My previous cooker only had 5 burners (that's two less) and had a lower energy rating. I haven't seen much difference yet in my gas bills, but I haven't been cooking that much lately, so maybe that's the reason. It's a grey one, although I would have preferred maroon, which fits in better with the rest of the kitchen. I'm upgrading it with WiFi and USB and the aim is to hook it up to Alexa and have it prepare my breakfast eggs before I get downstairs in the morning.
Should i go for three eggs or two? My cholesterol is slightly on the high side, so maybe two is enough?
I'm a seasoned MacOS/iOS user, but I think Apple are losing the plot lately. The new home button on the iPhone 7 is a pain, and this new MacBook Pro touch bar looks like a major mistake. People are creatures of habit, and changing a part of your keyboard layout doesn't sound like a bright idea to me.
The current family of smart (phones) devices was built on wave of technological and design improvements, backed up by new services (cloud, etc.). We have reached the peak of that wave now and, after some more digestion, we will start to look at our smart devices as being mostly dumb. A new wave will come, built on connecting services and devices, not on better technology or more specs. The new smart will be in how they all interact. Technically, maybe only battery design will see innovation during that period. Eventually, this wave of new ideas will drive the next wave of technological advance. In my opinion, that's the wave Google is preparing us for, little step by little step.
Scientists do know what they're talking about, but climate change will be used as an excuse for a series of new taxes which will not have any effect at all on climate change. At present, humanity is unable to act at all. It will have to go through real disaster first before anything meaningful will be done,
iOS5 (on a 4S) is the first time I've ever been unhappy with my iPhone. Apps most definitely crash way too often. I don't know if it's the OS or badly programmed iOS5 updates, either way, it shouldn't happen on an iPhone.
And to add to that, the 5.0.1 update has left me with a ridiculously fast draining battery (I managed to fix the battery problems in 5 but no such fixes work in 5.0.1) and constant SIM Failure messages.
No good Apple.
My Nexus S was complete shit. A plastic case that scratched when you looked at it and a battery that drained faster than any phone I've ever owned, even after weeks of hacking and installing ROMs and it was god damn slow compared to my iPhone on top of that. So for the redesigned plastic with 4 year old GPU and a slower CPU we now have to pay £25 more than an iPhone. An iPhone which isn't made of crappy plastic. Absolutely bonkers.
If you have ever experienced the Nexus S you will take 'walled gardens' any time.
Let's at least hope that Icecream Wanky is not as shite as Gingerbread is.
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