Despite all of that, you still think they're going to deliver a product? Interesting.
2443 posts • joined 23 Jan 2007
Oh to be a member of the right.... "I reserve the right not to serve you because you're gay/muslim/a hippie, but don't you dare refuse to serve me because I'm an asshole".
Just going to get more and more of this with Net Neutrality. Content providers and carriers will seek each other out, to prevent others from shafting them - Mutually Assured Destruction for the internet age.
Why should it be the staff's problem? BT made them a deal when they signed up, BT should keep the deal. End of.
If only the rest of us could turn around to BT and say "Sorry, I spent too much money on other rubbish, like football... so you know that deal we made? I'm just going to pay you a fraction of what I agreed. Sorry about that.
>>> It is very, very likely that lots of developers either don't know this is coming or need their users to make a fuss in order to shift management into allocating funds for an update.
Its not exactly been a secret, especially given new 32 bit apps haven't been accepted for some time....
You sure you want me to count the right wing body count?
How bad do things have to get to be outsourced from crapita?
Re: Politicians know what to do
KAYAK say it already dropped...
Yeah, just what I need on my Mac, a piece of bloatware that creates new attack vectors and upsets the inbuilt secruity browser makers are putting into their work.
The Touchscreen was more or less a flop before the iPhone (anyone remember those criminal windows mobile devices that HTC used to make on a white-label basis for networks?), and the tablet form factor was dead before the iPad (Anyone else remember the Windows XP devices?).
Just because someone else tried and failed doesn't mean Apple will, they have a record of taking ideas that the market wasn't ready for yet, or that others couldn't polish enough to make succeed, and creating a new category out of it.
Of all the problems you can have, not being able to make enough devices is a very good one to have.
>>>>Bomb disposal officers actually detonated the bomb at 7am this morning. The event was such a damp squib that they assumed it hadn’t worked and returned for another go at 11am. They then discovered the earlier attempt had actually worked.®
The Officer in charge of the incident Marvin T Martian was quoted as saying "Where's the Kaboom? Where is the Earth shattering kaboom?"
>>>>Given the broad nature of the 1917 Act, a public interest or whistleblower defence would not be permissible; the judge would only have to prove that the information had been stolen and shared.
The judge doesn't prove anything. It's for the Prosecution to prove their case, and no one else.
But universal credit IS a technical glitch...
Its more than pendantry, the article is misleading.
The effects of the referendum are purely political, not legal.
We do not know if the UK will choose to keep that rule, or whether the post brexit settlement will require it to be kept, or whether brexit will really happen at all.
Given El Reg has built its business and reputation on mixing bias, name calling, and news, you're clearly "not from around here"
The amount of logos and even a parody copyright statement don't stop a parody being a parody.
I don't normally call people who disagree with me a paid astroturfer, but given your unfamiliarity with the registers style, your defence of the NRA's action and your highly suspect claim not to normally agree with them, I just have one question:
Where can I get a job like yours?
Re: What about T-Mobile and Orange?
The biggest difference then, to now, is that there is now one less operator.
Ronan has always been very good at insisting up is down and black is white. Remember how the best thing for his customer service staff was for them to be no longer O2 Employees?
The only person detaining Julian Assange is Julian Assange.
Re: Been there, done that
Che did not succeed in convincing him however, suggesting his leadership skills were sub par.
The "Nokia Care" store in Glasgow repbraanded to be a Samsung Service Centre some months back. They still do have a (small) Nokia sign up though.
Re: Am I the only person...
In the short term, I agree. Compare the BBC to the ABC, and you'll beg for a license fee.
However, it is correct that in the long term it is not sustainable as a TV tax as people turn away from OTA Broadcast. BBC iplayer live is currently operating on the honour system, but if you're willing to wait 60 mins or so you can legally watch any BBC content free by waiting for it to appear on iPlayer.
Re: Given his track record
I think his point is that Jullian short changed a lot of people when he skipped bail.
We power users winged about things like removal of floppy drives, CD/DVD Drives, obscure ports, etc, etc... but how often does the average Macbook user really use any more than the power port?
I suspect its less than we all think.
The only time I've ever used more than one at a time, was to install windows on the macbook... (1 port for the CD Drive, one for the USB stick to install drivers).
Re: Telly Tax exit stage right!!
>>>>Do you watch any CBS, Disney, MGM content (etc.), and if so do you send money to those organisations every month, or are you also a freeloader?
I don't go onto their website and watch it for free. I either pay for their content, or watch it on a commercial operated service that pays for it.... Unlike Cord Cutters who run to iPlayer.
>>>>Come to that, how much do you send to "The Register" in return for reading its content?
The Register is a commercial service with advertisements, and unlike many on here, I dont freeload by using adblock.
Re: Telly Tax exit stage right!!
There are no commercials on the BBC.
Re: Telly Tax exit stage right!!
Which, if you'd read the article, is exactly what they're targeting now.
Do you watch any BBC programming, and if so, have you always been a freeloader, or is this a recent development?
" Companies are required by law in most places to maximise profits."
I believe the correct phrase is "maximise shareholder value", not maximise profits.
This is a very different thing, as the turn is user definable - Network Rail for instance is non-profit, it maximises shareholder value by putting earnings back into the railway network (its Shareholders being the Train Operating Companies).
Another company might "maximise value" by turning away some business to build an aura of exclusivity - trading tangiable value (revenue) for an intangiable result (Branding).
Some might play the short game (sell poor quality as quick as possible then skip town) where as others might play the long game (earn a little less now, but build long term loyalty).
If the law was maximise profits, then companies would never be able to give to charity, and rarely be able to sponsor sports teams. You might consider the latter to be preferable though :p
>>>> To do this it has launched an MVNO, as yet unbranded, which will launch in the spring
How could it launch it in the spring if it was already launched?
Re: Last of the thoroughbreeds
>>>>Vodafone will be the UK's last thoroughbred mobile network, operating as GSM was intended.
When is it going to start then?
Re: Don't forget Tesco Mobile
Given Tesco's retreat from the Landline business, maybe it goes away completely?
Re: So the UK once had the most competitive mobile markets..
>>>>Ideally, we'd get Three technology with O2 customer service, but what's the betting it'll be the other way round?
This is the O2 that declared customer service to be non core to its role as a network operator and shoved everyone over to Capita?
>>>>No one likes tangerines and no real Who fans like the Christmas special.
I am a real who fan.
I like the Christmas special.
I think there's a Scotsman here who'd like to talk to you Jenifer. He says his name is McFalacy.
>>>>Don’t get me wrong: Chromebooks have their place in terms of functionality
Yes, and so do Doorstops.
Which one is which again?
>>>>In the US, citizens vote for their state prosecutors – they're elected representatives, not nominees. They answer to the people
That is the myth of American Democracy. Now lets look at that statement through the EyeOfTruth(tm)
>>>>In the US, citizens vote for their state prosecutors through choices the established powers have pre-decided – they're "elected" representatives, not nominees and not independent. They answer to the people who fund their election campaign.
Re: Control your media better.
>>>>>If I went to the police and complained that people kept walking into my house through the front door that had no locks on it or through the windows that had no glass in them and stealing things then I don't think they'd be too impressed. It is the duty of property owners to take all reasonable steps to secure their own property
But this does not change the fact that it still is theft, and still is a crime.
Re: Made me giggle, all this (pretend?) outrage
>>>>>You want the snark? Stay here. You want the glitzy super duper agile-developed responsive-designed website? Go to Ars Technica or somewhere else.
I want the snark, but I dont want the super duper designed website. Where do I go? not here it seems
*Shrugs* I needed a reason to visit less anyway. Seems I have it now.
Oh Gawd. Change it back, now, this is horrible.
Why on earth did El Reg get the Windows 8 Designer to redevelop the site? It was fine as it was.
The Black kettle calling the other Kettle black
>>>>>>Paramedics prioritise accidents by fuel type? Electric/hybrid first, diesel last?
I think that information is more for the Fire/Rescue teams.
My Stepfather is a Firefighter, and I remember when Hybrid cars were introduced, the manufacturers had to give them special training to disengage the batttery before going through to rescue the person - as the shifting of the vehicle in the rescue might result in the car just taking off.
Ah, that explans that then
And this is why we need licensing for drones, and drones only to be sold to licensed persons. Because when any moron can fly one, any moron WILL fly one.
Re: CA and pilot infalibility
There was a section of Class E airspace between Glasgow and Edinburgh. A glider, well within his rights was flying through it VFR. Some airline pilot almost hit him, and tried to blame the glider pilot for not using ATC.
Not only did the CA apparently not know the rules of the air for where he was flying, but he fucked things up for other GA pilots as the CAA had to review the classfication in that area.
Re: Not again!
>>>>>The article was written, edited and published in the US. Why write two words when one will do.
I see Reg reporters aren't paid by the word.
Re: One name, two companies
They just license the trademark Credas, they have nothing else in common.
AAISP called. It works.
Stolen? or pawned at nearest pawn shop?
Pawn shops dont wanna get scroogled