I honestly liked the keyboard on Windows phone, moving to iOS for obvious reasons meant having to find an alternative since Microsoft scrapped their own keyboard on non Windows platforms. SwiftKey despite being owned by Microsoft isn't a like for like alternative.
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Re: Played right into their hands
Yes they are supposed to be open with their nuclear activities. But I'm guessing there are many factions within the country, each with their own ideology and place on the political spectrum, there is—like many countries—a lot of bollockticking going on.
We may be laughing at them but few in the country would know.
Played right into their hands
They'll be quoting your article as evidence this and much more is being done to them.
Re: Medication warnings
They are likely putting your ailment in perspective. If you would rather die than be ill then fine, take the damn pills. Otherwise stop being such a <insert choice of words>.
I have a feeling the left wing aren't much better but as I lean to the left I'm more biased abd less likely to view them as biased.
We humans are not as evolved as we need to be...
Re: You mean children don't have to have Twitter accounts?
Me thinks the children will get their information from their parents, who may well be users of the social media. So children may just end up being exposed to lies, but as the lies fall into the parents' viewpoint they might not even realise whether it's the truth or not.
...Upon finding the defendent guilty the judge further decides the defendent must clean up his own shit.
Re: <insert word>'tard
The problem with branding them as gender specific, or even specific to any group, is people outside of that group or do not want to associate with may not want to buy it causing loss of sales. If you're marketing something for old people, you've lost potential customers outside of your target market (even if they would find it easier) and people within it who wouldn't like to think themselves as old.
So the drill message said both "exercise, exercise, exercise" and "this is not a drill"?
Just in case of someone fucking up in a whole different way, I'm not surprised the ysent it out. What if the same message was played out in a real scenario and no one got the alert, then there really would be trouble.
The drill message shouldn't have stated it isn't a drill, doing so may have panicked the operator who took least damaging option.
Re: Trademark letters?
I think the URL registered with the word "Return" in it kind of gave their intentions away. You aren't interested in typo-squatting and getting away with it are you?
Infrastructure should be owned by the state, including railway lines, telephone lines, gas pipes, water pipes, etc.
To give that responsibility to companies means they'll do the minimum required by law and maximise ROI. Governments will have to do the minimum for votes, which may be better for consumers.
Re: The worrying thing...
The problem with arming the rebels could be They'll use them against us in the near future. They'll be the next Al Qaeda, or whatever.
Wait,even more tax on fuel? Supposedly we pay 61%of fuel duty, plus VAT on top of the duty and fuel. It might not be called tax but it's practically the same.
I am sure they get enough through advertisements, although with Facebook eating into their share of the market they probably cannot charge as much for custom made filters that can potentially reach thousands.
I'm quite surprised they're working together. I used to work in Bentley, owned by VW group, and a colleague told me of a story where some VW executives/people had a meeting with a Google executive (supposedly one of the founders). The Google executive was wearing jeans and when the VW security had one look they kicked him out. When The VW executives realised this they had to beg for him to come back. Needless to say, whatever it was VW wanted Google didn't care in the slightest.
Of course, take with a pinch of salt. "A colleague told me that someone told him that..." could very well be Chinese whispers.
Re: Selling factories?
Great Futurama reference!
Who is liable for dictating the speed limit? Will some human make the decision based on how they're feeling that day? Based on some stuff they learned from someone else, who observed it from a flawed survey. Will it be static or will it be vary by day/time/traffic /school holidays/etc.
Before we answer who is liable to pay the speed limit we should ask what the speed limit is and whether it's different for human drivers, and autonomous cars. Human drivers are usually great at doing many things but bad at each specific thing, especially concentrating on more than one thing at a single time. Autonomous cars can't do many things human drivers can, but they could potentially be great at a core set of tasks and could be Observing all around the car.
Observing the speed limit is one thing. Setting the speed limit is another.
Re: What news site just entered the "fake news" section?
Don't forget one of their articles starting with "You won't believe this". It might be a joke but at a glance in a news app it looks like any other fake news.
Microsofts products are like those jokes which would have been funny but very badly executed.
Yet doing it in the car could still get you a date with the courts.
Re: Spitting Image
The brain is probably missing?
I'm quite sure it's been eaten by alien bugs. I think he qualifies as Braindead.
If you aren't paying for the product then you are the product...oh, wait...
Re: This is a bit embarassing
She also came in a Robert Rodriguez film titled Planet Terror with a gun for a leg, which I thought was awesome in my teenage years 10yrs ago.
Ah Royal Mail, the delivery company who fares a lot worse than Planet Express and appears to be using technology from when it was privatised.
I feel like my ability to not do what adverts say is diminishing, or they've become much butter.
Re: "Microsoft said it hasn't ported its EdgeHTML engine"
I never had that problem with my Windows 10 phone /mobile/deadweight, though it might be because I had a bigger screen phone (a phablet, if you will, though I dislike the word).
My issue with Edge was it stopped rendering anything and I couldn't even refresh or switch tabs. A forced close was the only way to fix it.
I miss windows phone, or at least what it once was. I would have still use it but I've moved to the dark side now, with iOS but I really miss the keyboard on Windows phone, the swipe was good and for some reason it is better than the Swift keyboard, which MS owns.
Not sure about the text at the top but the circle and text inside is old. I liked it when I first saw it, which was at least 10-15 years ago and I am fairly sure it's much older than that. So probably was made in a a cave but not in this century.
As for Paint, it went downhill when it got ribbonised and features were dropped.
Re: Fabulus. Some of those are Windows bugs, others are in remote admin tools that don't need ID
Could some sort of PKI Card reader not be implemented, so doctors would only have to remember their own PIN.
Re: Two sets of traffic lights are needed
If the public purse were to pay for it I think there would be an incentive for there to be more autonomous cars on the road.
Hey up, you're making it sound more pleasant than the gov we've got...
Re: DevOps is bollocks
I thought the point of DevOps was to split teams up not by their function, but rather by the projects they will be working on. So, everybody working on Project X will be sitting relatively close to each other, likewise with Project Y.
This may give individuals a better idea of what someone else working on the project is doing, instead of assuming they're crap at what they do. The person may also realise the quality of work they produce and how it affects those who receive it, and change their own working pattern accordingly so to produce better output. The problem with this is if two people are doing the same thing but on different projects, and therefore sitting in different teams, when one learns something that could have potentially benefited from this, they won't.
At least, that's my understanding.
I've felt like changing my sim-only plan to a contract with a phone. But then after looking I've felt better off with my £9 plan with 1GB data, 600 minutes and 3000 texts. There was a £3 a month add-on for unlimited data without tethering (I think) which increased to £5 last time I checked, but I'm normally under my allowance. The contract was originally £12 but I rang them to leave my then £10 contract and switch to Tesco, but they gave me this offer. It must have been a year or two now since it's been on-rolling.
Ahh...'Blasphemy'. The ultimate word. They can use it to their own advantage and then get the rest of the country on their side just because the rest of the country are too scared to be 'blasphemous'.
Re: Doesn't even deserve the Battlefront title
It isn't a reskinned battlefield 4, I know because that's what I hoped it to be.
But it's nothing like Battlefield, if it was I would have got it. But it isn't, the gameplay is worse and the graphics awesome -- though I'm not complaining about the graphics.
Yeah, like the dumb are anti-scrub and the wise are pro-scrub.
So, you're saying that we were definitely not created by a God(ess) or some other deity?
I don't think our Great boffins know that much of the universe to say 'we definitely arrived by chance'. As for religion, many who make fun of those who blindly follow religion are just as much nutters. They blindly believe in science theories, barely knowing the minimum, just because the rest of the folks follow it.
Religion or not, we're broken at the genetic level.
Now let's all wait for our true saviour, The Black Monolith.
Re: My bot fancies your bot...
I just hope my bot doesn't get any dirty diseases, or impregnates someone else's bot.
One of my favourite dishes since I was a kid. Though, I personally prefer Spinach puree as it tastes nicer, ooo and some chicken or lamb.
Perhaps I'm being hopeful, but hopefully there's some hope in Spartan being good and not-so-bloaty. For a long time I have hoped they would do this, oh and rewrite their OS -- but that isn't gonna happen but here's hoping.
Re: Who else?
They may _believe_ they were abducted by aliens, but it's more likely to have been a particularly vivid dream
Agree about the vividly dream. Had I not woken up from my extremely vivid dream I seriously would have thought the government has some mind control programme. The dream sure felt real.
By "Universal", they mean "Runs on Windows Phone and Windows RT".
I, too, hope the USGov wins. But in my dream, the American companies, lose the faith of EU citizens and governments, oh and quite a bit of money and hopefully this F's up the World Police, I mean USA.
Re: I would love total equality in the workplace (IT or otherwise)
Putting 'Wife' in speech marks makes me question if she exists or if you don't consider her to be suitable to be called a wife.
He has a point. Twitter is like public announcements. If you don't want anyone knowing you're suicidal then don't post...but then the four percent kinda means this post is pointless.
The good news is Microsoft has prolly got a crap-loads of useful stuff. The bad news is they suck at the execution, kinda like my jokes.
Re: He Got Too Much
Then There's the fact that misspelling occurs without realising. Turd happens.
Yeah, didn't you know? CCTV actually records high def, sends it off to the local spooks, but only gives the user a low def version..