I got 99 problems...
... Understanding kids chat slang ain't one.
31 posts • joined 22 Mar 2012
... Understanding kids chat slang ain't one.
Oppo is the parent company, with BBK being the overall parent.
No hacking here as far as I can see (caveat - based on what I've read so far).
Internal login used, quite possibly by employee or at least someone in collusion with the alleged thieves. Eight customers affected. Sounds like their internal systems for flagging this activity worked - or maybe the insider got careless, who knows?
A similar thing happened years ago when I was a manager at another mobile operator (I won't name them, but ee, the stories I could tell you on a one to one basis). An entire team found a way to force these upgrades and drop ship to marked addresses for collection. Nothing wring with systems or security - someone was determined to find a way around it and greed got the better of them.
Was flagged up very quickly, but allowed to continue (to amass evidence) and then the day came when they were summarily dismissed. Quite a few arrested immediately afterwards too.
Sadly there will always be internal theft - no amount of system security and cross checking is going to overcome that completely - after all, you have to trust that the people you are employing in these roles are honest.
"Nothing in the price bracket offers one [ a fingerprint scanner ]"
Elephone P9000 £185 on Amazon UK right now, with Prime delivery. Offers said fingerprint scanner as well as 1080p screen and 4GB of RAM and wireless charging.
I'm very pleased with mine - no issues since I've had it and a few OTA updates already, including the security patches.
Bargain of the year for me.
'Flammy Sammy Double Whammy'
That't the kind of headline I was expecting...
"I like the idea of starting fire with my phone"
So only works with the S7 Note then?
Very sad, and condolences to his family. I always enjoyed reading his articles.
I thought Nutella was a done deal. I seem to recall when asked what N would be called, he said "we're nut-telling you".
Or maybe I dreamt the whole thing.
Slightly rephrase that as:
"I sometimes think death is God's way of stopping you from looking like Keith Richards"
And you could have a Mrs Overall moment, penned by Victoria Wood (another sad loss).
Virgin's mobile offering is as an MVNO, using EE's network. So although it does offer quad play services, it is not as a fully integrated operator.
Many (feels like hundreds) years ago I worked on the 999/100 service and came up against this scenario often. If the caller was flustered and didn't know what to pick - or simply tried to hang up - they were connected to the police, where we would give as much information about the incident as we could. If they chose a service that was not correct, then that service would either a)connect them to the correct one (this was force area specific) or b) alert us (the initial 999 operator) to connect the caller to another service.
If an incident required more than on emergency service, the one that got the initial call co-ordinated getting the others there too.
...a Mazda CX-7.
Ridicule is nothing to be scared of.
...and waiting so see how many folks read this and like before realising the date...
I surely can't be the only one who immediately thought 'balloon...hot air'?
I'm guessing you've never been in Currys - being forced to stand 2 feet from any TV side by side, you'd be hard pressed to see a significant distance. These are not premium electronics emporiums.
'apart from anything else the latter is always going to be easier to sell to Currys punters on the basis 4K is a bigger number than 1080.'
I actually witnessed this in Currys at the weekend - elderly couple in buying a 55" TV for 10YEAR OLD grandson for Christmas ('it's what he wants') being told to go the 4K route as 'loads' of programs are already being broadcast in that format...in fact, it's the 'HD standard these days'.
When the not-quite-hip-enough-for-Apple-Store assistant had this questioned by Grampa - who could not see any difference between the 1080 and 4K demo pictures - he was told that it was probably due to his glasses (!) and that the higher resolution was better to have as 'more is better'.
I have said OnePlus One (64GB, Sandstone Black, lovely bit of kit) and can confirm it does support 4G on 3 in the UK - it switches between H+ at home and work and 4G when I'm in Glasgow.
If it was Erasure, surely that would take care of itself. No cleanup tool needed.
...until I finally got an invite for the OnePlus One, which now sits on my desk. The bonus being that I sold the One M8 with a Dotview cover for more that I paid for the 1+, meaning I have bonus beer cash.
'WTF are 'paedophilic manuals'?'
I don't know, but I'd suggest you don't Google* that...
*other search engines are available
Was at an awards ceremony last October hosted by Jimmy Carr - not one of my favourite performers it has to be said, but he made the evening an enjoyable one - particularly as he pretty much slagged off each award (e.g. 'Best Use Of Phone Technology In A Call Centre - er, it's a f****** call centre! What could the best use possibly be?' etc) whilst the organisers looked on rather sheepishly.
Corden? Talent vacuum.
Birdy Flaps, but the coding was a labia-rinth of complexity.
Its like the ruff from America by Neil Diamond, crossed with Tarzan Boy by Baltimore...
I agree, I prefer the anticipation of the whole regeneration episode and reveal. I'm guessing the BBC has done this as its the 50th anniversary year and more importantly to counter any tabloid spoilers ahead of time. Capaldi is too high profile an actor for that secret to have been kept.
Great choice though, looking forward to seeing how he does!
Second thumbs up for the Doom Bar.
Those specs are an insult to barrels.
...and it was OK to use. Felt massive in the pocket though. Cue disappointment all round when I explained to interested lovelies what it really was.
Paris, because she appreciates the extra inch I'm sure.
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