1395 posts • joined 24 Dec 2011
Did you get the wrong forum? This one's about MS Band, nothing to do with phones.
I actually did see one of those app less mythical Microsoft mobile phones in the wild - just as they were universally declared dead by the industry.
Will I be going through the same thing with microsofts catch-up "me too" watch?
What a shit name
Venice was great. Typical BlackBerry - no idea if they have a winner or loser on their hands, so they screw things up at the last moment just to ensure things head toiletward.
Let there be WiFi
Re: Google Play immune?
Its this "rigorous testing" which puzzles me. The whole thing sounds really phishy (sorry). What I mean is, say you find an app with malware. How can you tell if that malware has been added unknowingly by infected build tools, or knowingly by an evil developer using legit tools? Apps are apps, and do things apps do as per any software no matter how they were created. What on earth can an infected build tool do to an app that a sneaky developer can't, to the extent it waltzes through Apples defenses this way?
Re: First of many
And remember of course the developers themselves are totally unaware they are uploading malware directly to the app store.
You're trusting it wrong.
More importantly, wheres the advice for users? How can they tell which apps on their device right now are affected?
You can say that again.
Even worse - smug western fanbois wave their ponytails in contentment saying "it's ok, it's only China." But think about this: there was no warning. These apps passed the same stringent human-inspected tests the western app stores do. How to we know this hasn't happened already "over here" and we're just waiting for the big one?
A walled garden that lets malware in? That's Thinking Different. all right.
Re: Ban Them!
No, it can't be the fault of the device, because Apples "help" desk has issued the following advice:
You're uograding it wrong.
Re: It's never been easy...
Google, please buy them. You're halfway there already with Android Studio.
Re: straight question
They're Thinking Different.
Fixing bugs when they are reported makes it clear their immaculate products weren't so perfect after all, and as always with Apple it marketing first.
Small point - the bluetooth AirDrop hack became public this week but its not on that list?
Re: Goodbye Labour Party
A sure sign the tories fully realise what a (literal) loser he is will be how they treat him. Since him and his party are no threat whatsoever, they'll do anything to keep him there. Watch how gentle they will be at PMQ's, TV debates etc.
Re: Pyhrric victory
So long New Labour, hello again Old Labour, riots on the streets, strikes every other week and what's this - Militant has woken up too - yippee! So Derek Hatton has just been biding his time all along. Taxi!
"Now if only they could fix the fact that basically every package I need to work has to be installed manually I'd probably switch over."
Yes, its should just *know* what you want to do then get on with it. As well as disposing Andrex, via a robot arm and a gentle circular motion at the appropriate point.
I had bacon for breakfast
Says it all really.
Re: About Time
@Christian Berger Assembler is for pussies.
Real men get t'beach w't bucket, dig up't sand t'ferry t'fabrication plant t'extract silicon ready for every gate to be hand built on t'chip wi t'tweezers and t'microscope.
Re: If I am ever canvassed by Labour...
The Labour Party. Now, that *is* a name from the past.
You'd have thought the tories would start making decades-long plans seeing as the irritating 4 year election term has been abolished. Mind you, the realisation they are not accountable any more got off to a great start today with the appointment of the Noble "Lord" Hogg, for his lifelong dedicated service to Moat cleaners.
Re: You're photographing it wrong
@werdsmith You're generalizing it wrong.
Re: You're photographing it wrong
@Mike Bell You're getting out of bed in the morning wrong.
You're photographing it wrong
More from the gift that just keeps on giving.
Every cloud has a silver lining
"Or it could be because having gone from 100,000 people to fewer than 8,000 staff, Moto doesn’t have any programmers left."
A Corbyn of flaws.
Its heart is in the right place, but ultimately its policies cannot work in the real world and will destroy the very thing it strives to uphold.
A schadenfreude of flaws
Coz Android security is a pile of Schmidt.
There we have it. With Microsoft, its always "The *next* this, the *next* that" which will totally blow the market away.
Always has been, and always will be.
Cue the inevitable "You're watching it wrong."
Googles "Don't be evil" motto
Who did they have in mind when they coined this, again?
Tut tut tut
So much finger waving, so many "told you so" s.
There's a lot of firsts happening in that year of the heat death
Its the year of Linux on the desktop.
Microsoft writes a browser which shows webpages correctly.
XP market share falls below 10%.
A MP submits an honest expenses claim.
Apple comes up with an idea of its own.
Labour win their first election since 2005.
Liverpool win the Premiership title.
"If you don't need Apps get a Lumia"
Love it! Some refreshing honesty for a change. If only microsoft had used that in their ads...
Microsoft might not care about stopping kids getting into trouble online but it sure as hell wants to know all about it anyway.
Re: No Boats for larry!
Thumbs up from me!
Oracles business practices fucking stink, matched only by the incompetence of HMG procurement. Why they are finally waking up to this is anyones guess, but the faster they are shown the door the better.
How long before all new cars have gps/satnav as standard?
The only realistic way these all seeing road aware systems can know what other cars are doing is if every one of them constantly phones home. That mean the manufacturers have to build one in at the factory - and agree across the board on a standard. Owning the mapping software is the first step.
There's a full Reg piece in that alone, I'm sure.
Bears n Woods
In the first edition of Bill Gates 1994 book,"The Road Ahead", the word "internet" appeared 4 times.
Being so late to mobile they can't catch up is nothing new at all - just look at search, cloud, ads etc