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I agree. But what to?
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I agree. But what to?
Am I too late for a design patent for a car with rounded corners?
Typical spoilt banker. Anyone else would settle for Pepsi and a prop forward.
I only have antisocial media accounts. This one being a prime example.
Expunge every last trace of Adobe Software and rejoice in vastly improved system security.
They must be crackers.
Wow! A weeks worth all in one go!
I'm not sure the smart truss will really achieve success.
...would they be passing the money on to their customers? I suspect it would just add to their already bloated margins.
Opens up a new market for gold plated oxygen-free Wi-Fi routers.
...as soon as the advertising hoardings for Bing go up all round the border.
Most reviews (especially Reg ones) totally skip the GPS, which to me is more important than the camera. How good is it at acquiring (and holding onto) a fix? How many and which of the satellite constellations are supported? Does it even have a GPS? Given the number of apps that use location, it can't be only me that wants to know.
That's all we need.
"National cable apologises for the cancellation of your broadband service. This is due to leaves on the cabinet."
At least there won't be any damage to Adobe's reputation for security. They don't have one.
"Good thing they don't have internal batteries. Ah......."
And, yet, the Kindle has not acquired a reputation for living up to it's name.
"When broadband providers are accurate, honest and upfront in their ads and disclosures, consumers aren't surprised..."
Not so. I for one will be bloody amazed if the day ever comes when broadband providers are accurate, honest and upfront in their ads and disclosures.
I disagree. Internet fridges are a great idea. Just one question. How do I upload and download my food?
Presumably because the IoT controlled alley lighting has been pwned.
I would have thought it would all be at least transistors by now.
Des O'Connors greatest hits
That would be 'not' then.
Where else would you take the hot chicks to chill out?
...these would be advertised as "up to autonomous".
It will be hacked within days
...needs a right good talking to.
Seen on my travels - sign outside a pub proclaiming "Rare Pokémon in beer garden"
Includes power generation, processing and memory, and display technology. All you need is the cable - no need to plug it into anything!
...there's a tiny hole in the side where inserting a straightened paperclip resets the billing to zero.
(Using insulated gloves just in case)
Over the past couple of years I've observed my Samsung smart TV losing feature after feature as Samsung shut down services and fail to provide updated apps. Looks like iPlayer is going that way too as I can't see Samsung suddenly releasing an updated version that handles a login for older models of TV. The TV is otherwise fine and is a good (IMHO) 46 inch LED panel that I have no plans to replace for the next few years. The computer is out of the question as Adobe software is blocked at every possible level. Do I get compensated by the BBC for loss of services?
"£40,000 will come in handy...."
You'll need a couple of trucks. More than half the prize money will be in 1p coins.
If fond guilty, he shouldn't be jailed, just imprisoned for a few months.
Basically a dustbin on wheels then.
The hole with the mint in it.
Ah yes, entertainment and the food channel.
They'll stop at nothing to avoid paying the government's plastic bag tax.
"These days, we use advanced, high level languages like C to do exactly the same thing..."
And we need to spend less than half as much for the memory to run it. Mind you, that is 8 gigabytes now as opposed to 8 kilobytes then.
...is the contract for the giant shark being put up for tender?
Mr. Junkyard has just announced plans for all public spaces in Europe to be equipped with free wi-fi. That's going to work really well in conjunction with this ruling.
None of the listed candidates is really shouty enough for a C4 presenter, but my vote goes to Ballmer as a bit of chair throwing could liven the proceedings up.
Iran or Facebook? That's a tricky one.
...tell you where the toilets are? No other reason for going into a Macdonalds that I can think of.
I'm fairly certain there is one 's' too many in the above description.
They should be ashamed of the unashamedly premium price. The success of the Pi is largely due to the brilliantly low price for a pretty powerful board. Adding bits at prices that can easily be matched or beaten just results in lessening the reputation for value that the Pi has deservedly built.
Try asking Apple a few loaded questions (some variation of the title above). You will either start getting some replies or will be in an excellent position to produce articles such as:
"Apple refuse to provide a date by which the exploding earphones problem will be rectified."
Jenson Button has the looks and fitness for the 007 role. Bernie Ecclestone wouldn't even need to rehearse for the megarich supervillain part.
The Windows 10 of coffeehouses.
Is this the same article that starts by saying "Jupiter has a colossal hexagon at its North Pole."?
This is a lot less to do with people 'adopting' Windows 10, more due to the majority of new laptops coming with 10 pre-installed. The large lead Android has, again, is down to the ratio of phone and tablet sales to those of PCs and laptops.
Most home users are only concerned with getting an appliance that runs Facebook/Twitter/Skype or whichever piece of twattery is currently de jour. The OS behind it all doesn't come into the reckoning.
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