178 posts • joined 31 May 2007
Re: Who has 4G in Peru
Last time this story came out, I went onto open signals site and checked..
It was easy to make that analysis, but nobody seemed to do the same. Always worrynig when something so easy to check is copied without any thought. Worse, it seems authorities listen to the same flawed analysis.
4g on huawei
"I wrote in 2014, prompting some derision. Fair enough: Huawei didn't even have a 4G phone at that time. " . Well that's confusing, my Ascend P4 was bought as '4g capable' on Three and worked perfectly well on 4g when they got round to upgrading the service.
Bought it june 2013.
Only just replaced it tbh.
Re: Much better !!!
Not really, its clear who the individual is, because they're in the thread which the childish rant is from.
Following the thread, where the other coders speak like adults, it appears to have been part of code which was put in to be discussed after being looked at, but nobody bothered reviewing the changes.
"> Get rid of it. And I don't *ever* want to see that shit again.
No problem, I'll revert it all.
I asked Hannes to repost his patches to linux-kernel hoping someone
would review and say it stunk or not, give him some feedback, or
whatever, and nobody reviewed the changes at all..."
Why not ARM?
Why apple and not arm ? Or have they really made large changes to the cpu ? Though in other articles it mentions apple quoted the patent in one of their patent so they must have realised something like this might happen ?
The initial intel case is pretty weird, intel appear to have paid for work and had the professors work with them only to find out they didn't get any patents ?
Re: Did you take the quiz?
I was 'amused' by the google glasses and smartwatch question..
Does ofcom actually think google glasses are on general sale? For that and smartwatch , it didn't have "I know about these, but they're clearly not really suitable yet, so since I'm pretty tech savvy I'll let someone else alpha test the products"
Clearly the issue of self-selecting surveys doesnt crop up with journo's/ofcom.
the app name was what now?
"All Candy Casino Slots – Jewels Craze Connect: Big Blast Mania Land"
Well actually that's an app store rejection without anything to do with candy, because the icon and real name isn't that.
It's gaming the app-store keywords and should never have been allowed by apple in the first place :)
what was that game again?
"Candy Casino Slots – Jewels Craze Connect: Big Blast Mania Land"
tbh the only surprise here is that there wasn't the words "Clash" or "Clans" in the name..
oh , gamasutra mentions this..
No need for any King.com 'candy' tm. that breaks Apples rules..
Recently saw an example. OH was getting hearing aids and the app to set these up was on a windows xp machine.
Now, I'd assume the NHS is at the whim of the supplier and new software for something like that isn't going to be cheap. It certainly wasn't a very simple piece of software either.
And the pc it was running on, didn't look like it would run win7 anyway,so probably would have needed replacing as well.
So , why does the UK feel that NSA documents have anything to do with them anyway, surely they didn't look at them then told the NSA they'd been destroyed?
Let alone the fact repeating these comments just goes to show they even admit they didn't have any concerns about Miranda being a terrorist, so should have used the correct laws.
Has he looked at the telemetry he posted?
Because, apart from the speed issue, it was an exact correlation. Especially the huge drop in expected range overnight, it's there in the telemetry.
It's the sheer cheek , after all, NYT didn't ask to do this did they, Tesla approached them in order to publicise the new charging stations. Next time, keep the camera rolling.
copyright for code.
fwiw, decades ago doing 'archives' for some product, we would have to print out the first 100 pages of code, then have that in the archive. The understanding was that this was what you needed in order to 'prove' the copyright..
now obviously this is a while ago..
but it was far far from 'just the headings'. So god knows what Oracle think they're playing at.
In what way
Controversial? Obviously the must have been correct with the 55 miles, because in two court cases tesla couldnt' show otherwise. They only appear to have complained that people may have got confused , but the judge disagreed.
Crew push it, to show what you'd have to do. Not like you could walk up with a little tank of fuel is it?
sure you got the stations right?
says here merseyside was one.. and 600 people complained..
Oh and , I'm with the DAB+ why are we bothering with stupid DAB tech camp.. People didn't need to get forced to watch colour tv, they didn't have to compromise with other issues ( except cost of new equipment), why do we have to have this issue with DAB?
I've tried rebroadcasting devices with my car radio, they're hopeless, so a DAB would effectively mean a new car, like that's going to happen.
according to groklaw post
The print advert was in the FT today..
funnily enough it didn't have the extra bits, it was just as the judge ordered.. Now, I reckon this means someone has decided to run two different ones. Now why would you do that if you were confident of one? If that decision has been made, then doesn't that mean they knew of a problem, yet still were cheeky on the website ?
As for 'takes 14 days', well frankly it shouldn't take 48hrs either... Note how the website has changed anyway ( though the ruling is the same) and on the US site theres a ( no problem with this) link to Hurricane Sandy appeal fund.. Obviously that hasn't taken 14 days to do...
why has this taken so long ?
the information that newsnight's story was spiked , was a story in at least january 2012.. This was noted in last nights Panorama and can be confirmed with a bit of google.
So it's pretty sad for other media outlets to complain about "why didn't the bbc do anything" when they also did nothing this year until the itv documentary came out, which mainly was the same interviews initially taken in the newsnight investigation.
Obviously a bit of beeb bashing is much more fun than investigating Savile.
Re: 30000 transistors, roughly the same as 6502
wrong cpu to compare with
the idea is to compare transistor count of z80 or 68000 . 6502 was 'riscy' in itself..
Bit confusing to make the claim that 'risc takes more instructions' by talking about loading and storing, when ARM has far more registers so doesn't need to be moving in and out of memory all the time.
In fact, looking at most code, ARM is often shorter than x86.
Re: As punishment
Yeah, the truth..
We will throttle you to a speed still far faster than the maximum any local competitor can be bothered to supply.
Unthrottled you can have speeds far in excess of what any local competitor can even dream about..
And that's on the "it was 10, its now 30" tarriff, let alone 100..
Time to fix Sky's "unlimited", it is limited, by the relatively lame connection speed and BT's "well , great, but even though you've supposedly upgraded the local box, you won't accept connections" network..
Mind you that router is only functionally competent as a modem..
same as a lot of people on here
Got the new superhub as they upgraded me from 10mb to 30mb ( YAY!).
After ages talking to someone( about an hour after 20mins on hold), eventually have to decide wifi just doesn't "work", so after trying to put up with reboots and messing about with settings, flicked it to modem only and used my "old" belkin N router..
I'd initially assumed the connection wasn't working, but my connection was, it was just the wifi that was hopeless. ( hopeless on a laptop, on my pc with wifi adapter and on two phones that previously worked.)..
God knows why, but there were loads of 'reasons' on the forums. Like I want to be beta testing hardware at home.
No, it's the rank hypocrisy. Apple took all the best bits of other phones , then did their own. None of the bits in the first phones was unique, they'd all been done in other phones, but apple did them 'a bit better'.
A lot more expensive as well..
But to think anything in that first phone was innovative is bizarre. In fact it was way behind in a lot of areas.
FWIW, Apple have already admitted they also too other peoples phones to sort of technical issues. That's what ( as a coder involved with ui design) that Apple can patent " a colour", but just rip off technical patents and avoid frand.
What Samsung have done, which is worrying Apple, isn't to copy anything specific APART from finally paying some attention to detail, something Nokia should have done years ago.
Dear BT and Sky
instead of moaning at VM about their adverts and buffering. Perhaps you could spend some time sorting your networks out such that VM are no longer able to say "four times faster than average".
Recently got 30mb upgrade from 10mb on virgin media (free?). BT STILL say they can't do Infinity even though they have some cabinets in my area and claim the exchange is 'upgraded', so maximum predicted is about 10mb on 'upto20'. Which means, even on the 'slowed down' , its 50% faster than I might get if I signed up for BT/sky.
Oh yeah, that's probably why the just complain about the ads to the ASA..
Mind you, VM is right, sky anytime+ is now working a treat, no buffering like there was at 10mb :)
not that hard to read wiki, or remember tbh..
the merged ntl/telewest brought vm mobile, aggressively, they had to pay more than they (and mr branson) wanted.. They then joined everything up and have licensed the virgin brand and branson himself.. Of course richard owns part of the new company and 'his' investment company also owns a lot.. But it's just a rented name.
Iirc from when the cabling issue has been raised locally, one problem is that the initial tv companys (which predate the opening of phones in some areas) initially had deals to allow them to cheaply cable, its now more expensive ( ie the council charges them more) , they also initially had local monopoly protection..