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Re: A lot of you are *very* keen on protecting your access to smut
Unwarranted triumphalism is a God fearin' right winger.
Need you say more?
Don't worry folks...
Going by current trends they will be inline after BHS, Woolworths, ToysRUs, Maplins, and maybe before or after Prezzo, Chiquitoes and many more.
...Sorry about any spelling mistakes can't be arsed
After all it CAN be used by <insert Daily Mail Headline> to send each other emails.
Re: Business Model:
Because it doesn't happen by "vetted" drivers.
Also many Uber drivers in Brum also work for regular minicab companies as well.
Re: Brand new
Awwww didumms...no sperm count? No lady folks like you...awwww bless.
Re: Love it!
"Cifs = Samba"
How's that bloke in stores doing with changing your passwords?
So lets check "standard of living"
250mbs Broadband. Check
Paid cleaners and gardner - check
Good working to home working hours ratio - check
4 bed house with large garden - check
Private Healthcare - check.
Forced to have a full 1 hour lunch - check
Good public transport.
That's the offshore guys dealt with, now look at what we have....
Re: "This NAND stuff is getting too cheap"
Yes, the way they suffer earthquakes, floods and fires that destroy multi-billion Pound plants is just far to convenient; in those circumstances I always suspect foul play.
Re: Get a better lawyer
A security researcher doesn't / should't go, yes that's showing up as a virus, try again.
Re: Jurijs Martisevs
"That is not a Russian name. More likely Latvian. The s at the end of Jurij is the giveaway."
Lets see, on a trip to Latvia....maybe visiting relatives perhaps?
Next you'll be telling us people called Singh, Kowalski or Petit can't be British..
"I know of a group of people (using Windows 7) who have not updated for nearly a year now and they have had ZERO security issues with their computers.!"
How do they know?
Hey look I've house full of IoT stuff I bought of eBay for a fiver and I've never had security issues!
Are they actually worth worrying about? Do they have corporate secrets on there? Are they Domain administrators on a 100,000 strong network? Are they running websites?
Or is it just Dave, Mildred and uncle Arthur playing solitaire?
...why not use the burning of the methane to produce electricity to help the process? That way you could have a lot smaller wind turbine / solar panel (or fill in where there isn't any source available)
Re: Batteries are a stupid solution for EV's anyway...
or how about teleportation?
If we could just easily solve that there would be no issues at all.
"Some form of battery technology with an easily exchangeble liquid electrolyte maybe ?"
BTW a not to dissimilar thing already exists, it's called petrol.
"Quinn, national officer at Unite the Union, said the £500m set aside ....."goes nowhere in catching up with the £6bn Obama put into America"
Did they get lost on the way to the office of counting pencils and accidentally got in front of the press. For <deities sake) don't point out how much more they also spend on healthcare, education and the military.
Re: loses its predecessor's GPS chip but retains Wi-Fi and near-field communication (NFC)...
If you do running / cycling etc outdoors then yes.
If your working out in a gym, then no.
Re: Four days!
I agree, my <insert watch brand> last years between batteries
OK it doesn't have GPS, Bluetooth, heart rate monitors, multiple split times, smart phone and pc compatibility...but look, it lasts years!
Do you really need Gb to "play" with containers. I'd of thought the lack of grunt in the CPU would slow it down enough to worry abut throughput.
Comment of the year right there.
"I hope Dolby lose, even shittier company than Adobe."
You do know that Adobe are responsible for Flash?
....there was hoping that DoubleClick was down, thus saving on the need for a 24 core processor to open a webpage.
Just think how much energy would be saved if this were the case, we could close all the coal fired power stations right now, no need for green energy, just kill adverts.
"Linux fans deeply offended at the suggestion that Samba isn't suitable for use as an AD domain controller"
And lots of Windows fans saying this shows it's not
Re: Windows users will absolutely love...
I like the downvotes....
Ricoh Laser printer.
2 hours trying to get to work. Tried things such as the OpenPrinting.org
Pretty EVERY forum said the same for the model....give up and buy a different printer.
Reluctantly went back to Win10, worked first time.
I didn't even get to attempt exotic things such as graphics tablets.
Re: Windows users will absolutely love...
until of course you have to attempt to get a printer to work, spend several hours trying, then give up as it's just not worth the hassle.
You can install Solitaire as a standalone if you can find a Win7 install.
I know, i did it for my folks.
I didn't download the .exe variant, do so at your own peril.
OMG they are hacking US! They are blocking us!
Or they just fucked up their DNS.
Re: But my Calculator App
Well how else is it to function if it doesn't have access to my Camera, storage and microphone?
Re: Don't they have to SERVE the injunction?
No, a precedent was set a long time ago allowing injunctions against Persons Unknown.
An example is this case, plenty more out there.
Re: Does that word mean what you think it means?
I thought he was on about the last bastion of innovate British military aircraft design, the TSR-2
Re: Can we stop claiming nobody uses bare metal servers?
No, surely you are now serverless. The whole serverless room is just full of empty racks, heck even the switches are pure software now, no need for pesky cables anymore.
Just row after row of empty racks delivering everything the consumer (we used to call them users) need.
We hope to roll out ethereal (TM) computers soon, no need for clumsy things like keyboards, mice, and screens, just run by the power of notional thought (another TM)
Re: Lost out again
I'm sure if it landed in the UK, the Daily Mail will be tutting loudly complaining about bloody foreigners taking away the jobs we don't want to do.
....the £20 webcam shipped from a random supplier in China, after being bought from eBay will conform to this.
And if not, we'll send a strongly worded email.
Ah Intelligent traffic lights...
...the ones that allow a empty bus running 2 minutes late to hold up otherwise free flowing traffic.
What we need....
....is a super-duper new $25 billion fighter...sorry $30 billion,...no $35 billion..... hold on $40 billion.
That way we can take out a $10 drone using a $100,000 missile.
Re: Apple tie up
Apple come up with an idea (that someone else did 1st) and Cisco go me too?
you mean that strange thing called History?
Congratulations to admitting to a criminal offence on an open forum.
"Well I suppose it depends on whether they're trying to patent ridiculous crud like rounded corners."
How many fucking times.
I'm too fed up to tell you why you are so wrong bringing this up (YET AGAIN!)
So here is a Wiki article
Agree, the best apps are the ones that look nothing like "Native".
I'd rather have consistent over native any day.
If you tried, you could probably find a thousand companies named after locations with little to no effort.
Surely Embrace....Extend...or somewhere in between?
Re: What about Power Failures?
cluster when you destroy one server ... and the system keeps goings
HP Non-Stop. Check out the price, then come back after you've recovered.
BTW us in telecoms have had active / active standby for a very long time, its how we roll.
Upgrades? No problem, upgrade "non-live", flip, upgrade old live.
100% of calls and systems still live.
P.K.K Terrorists or Freedom Fighters
PLO Terrorists or Freedom Fighters
Taliban - Terrorists or Freedom Fighters
IRA - Terrorists or Freedom Fighters
"Only a few minutes"
Please go back, read and comprehend.
"At that point, GitHub turned to Akamai to filter out the malicious traffic, ending the attack's effect after five or so minutes."
The attack, for those that think otherwise lasted longer than 5 minutes, but thanks to a CDN (Cloudflare are another one), the EFFECTS were stopped, not the attack.
Re: for a few minutes, it's not worth it
it was only a few minutes because they got a CDN to nail it, not because that's was the length of the attack
I'm on Googles side
"Google is claiming that journalistic exemptions from data protection laws should apply to its search results,"
Then they can be sued for every libellous article they show.
Re: Data protection.
Why do everyone say Ooo GDPR won't allow that....
-other important public interests, in particular economic or financial interests, including budgetary and taxation matters, public health and security;
Quite easily would a census stat come under that, as the census is used to predict and validate government budgets, health provision and education as well as a thousand other thing.
...he should of set up a company and sold it to "the good guys" for $10,000 a time.
You get a criminal record! And you get a criminal record! Peach state goes bananas with expanded anti-hack law
"Seems that everybody is a criminal............"
Don't be silly, those with money are innocent.
US state legal supremos show lots of love for proposed CLOUD Act (a law to snoop on citizens' info stored abroad)
Re: Agents of SHIELD link
The US come up with an acronym, then works the law to fit around it.
Re: Tax on Glasses?
Am I missing something...how can a 7.3% market share be a monopoly?
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