1348 posts • joined 16 Jun 2011
Presumably so he can pay no tax there as well
That's by kind of journalism
Bravo, simply bravo - although lets be honest having your HQ in venice is possibly why they never opened the door. I've been there, it's not the nicest. In fact I would go as far to say it's scummy.
If I had of known at the time about whisper and the way it uses data then I would of joined the journo. It would of made my time on the coast more appealing.
we are spying on all our users - hey it's in the T&C
Re: I'm done with it...
I'm with you. Not only are they rubbish reviewers but I think they are possibly rubbish journalists too.
Time for the intrepid 3 to start flipping burgers for the Golden Arches. That way they might find a few taxi drivers that care for their drivel.
it takes a special type of person to carry out UAT.
I've yet to meet one.
This sounds like a government sponsored app that's used to collect data in an innocuous way. If that's the case then it's a clever ruse. I'm not a tin foil hat wearer but it is a bit creepy.
I have used the app when it came out and found it a bit creepy (I use a lot of social media) , there are are a lot of people using it as hook up app as well as a lot of people using as a way of posting coded messages (speculation). You just have to look at whispers Twitter feed to see some of the things they cream from the whisper feeds.
Anyone that thinks selecting Anonymous will obscure there identity is a douche, even on here the vulture knows.
More like naff.
Re: "Research justifies the sexy bits, so we'll ignore the bread & butter stuff"
You are indeed correct. But this isn't just a Voda issue.
I realise that it's my choice to live in the middle class village near the Norfolk Broads but I shouldn't have to stand on a raised platform waiting for a magic one bar just so I can forward my mobile to the land line.
I live in one of the flattest parts of the UK but ALL mobile providers services are totally shit.
If you wanna be more like us it's not too late to embrace the union.
@Steven Davison - You're a cynic
Which is why speedtest.net rents servers around the world to respond rather than using one server.
And you can change that server to gain an accurate real world result rather than rely on the closest.
Now I have a use for all those 3D printed life-size faces.
*it's best not to ask....
Dear Bonio I demand a refund
I would like the retail cost of the album refunded, some cash for my time, some cash for my bandwidth used and some sausages be cause I'm hungry!
The company post grump....
...delivered my mug straight to my desk. It will never see a beverage, but it does look the absolute tits with my screwdriver in it.
Lack on investment of the railways? Surely not.
OK that's sarcasm, wouldn't it be a simple infrastructure job to place 4G masts alongside the tracks? I thought that was what "call me dave" wanted.
It would be a win for train and mobile providers alike. Decent connection means more subscribers, more subscribers mean more data used, more data used used means more cash. All from the "comfort" of a train.
If you contact those nice customer service types they might just let you take it back.
Shy baines get nay broth
balanced view on the reg?
Has Brid taken the comments to heart as that review seems more balanced.
People Are Sometimes Sexy When Occasionally Robot Dancing
So is it just a tenner or a tenner monthly?
Because £10 for a 1TB drive sounds cheap.
Hmm, has El reg bagged .vulture?
I wish I could down vote myself for the typo - I should know better to use my phone.
You must me new around here.
Re: How to use the Facebook Messenger app
WOW - do all you down voters work on a helpdesk?
I find your lack of knowledge quite incredible, and some of your opinions are backward to say the least.
Apps on phones need to know what the device is doing for a start.
If it's to use any function of the phone then it needs access to them. A developer doesn't need to write a service for handling text messages when the phone OS already has that, they don't need to write a service to launch the dialler, attach photo's operate the camera etc etc.
However, I understand why some of you are scared, worried, afraid. The simple thing for you to do is grab some tin foil and fashion a hat. Maybe wrap your phone in some and think of a different career choice. I hear the golden arches are recruiting.
Re: How to use the Facebook Messenger app
It doesn't know who's calling you, but it does recognise when your phones in use.
This can be used for several reason, the main reason is for when you use the integrated phone feature, so that you can phone your friend from the app.
If your friend has trusted their number to FB then you can buzz them from the app.
these permissions are the same or very similar to most other messaging apps, including WhatsApp, Snapchat and Instagram.
Re: How to use the Facebook Messenger app
Then you need to understand how apps work.
There isn't anything sinister in the permissions.
I'm full of confidence
After the way they have handled my ongoing broadband fault.....
Re: Redbox kiosks too?
I doubt they would kill the kiosks, they are well used for movies and games - UK folk think lovefilm postal service but a vending machine instead of post.
Hopefully someone like tesco in the UK will start a kiosk service, or maybe even redbox themselves. It's needed since the death of blockbuster.
You can't do that
its against data protection laws.....
I'll bite, paragraph and subsection is always my reply. That's because almost everyone doesn't actually know what the DPA is. Heck, I've worked in so many environments were I need to know and I refer back to various law sites.
It comes as no surprise that most offices fail, as most people in offices learn about data protection from a business trainer that parrot fashions something that sounds similar to it.
It's the IT sixth sense
I see dumb people.
You need to teach the youth Dabbers, they know such things from early on. Although to be fair the space bar on my iPhone keyboard does have space written on it.
I can imagine the glee you have when trying to explain my the return key is called so.
I worked in a typing pool, that's why I know, maybe you need to get them on a pitmans course.
That's a well researched and written article. Occasionally Lewis does write one.....(only minor trolling)
I was having a discussion about this on line the other day. As I used to be a member of a gun club before all guns were deemed too evil. There standpoint was that bullets ripping through flesh must be terrible, and perhaps shooting the crap out of people was bad. And I agreed, my friend indeed had a point, in fact he had a quiver of them. Archery is much more fun, it doesn't make a loud bang and the poundage on his bow would cause some serious damage as it fired a pointy stick at you (through you)
The actual proportion of people with guns that shoot people is relatively small, unless you watch the news or read the papers.
Now they have cocked this up
Is anyone wanting to use the direct debit service that starts next month?
We are currently experiencing high volumes of traffic to our online vehicle tax service
And they say the government don't have a sense of humour
Re: Norwich has an apple store?
Not so, America has some great cider. For some reason though they call it hard cider. Usually when they say cider they mean apple juice.
I had a few in California and it was surprisingly refreshing, although they didn't understand putting ice in it.It was a shame I was strapped for time as I wanted to pose outside a Cupertino HQ drinking a pint of rough. Maybe next time, for some reason I would like to get moved on by security there.
Re: Norwich has an apple store?
Norwich Township is located within the County of Oxford in the heart of Southwestern Ontario.
Please tell me it has an Ipswich 40 miles away but you don't like them because they all drive tractors.
> Also love the Norwich register readers troop that this thread has revealed.
I may not be native, but I do have an NR13 postcode, I kinda guessed that all folk wouldn't mind the ribbing.
This isn't a lager it's a pint of Fat Cat ------------------------>
are you telling me......that.........Norwich has an apple store.......
>He added SMS alerts tell customers when their data allowance has hit 80 per cent usage. A second text is then sent once all that data has been gobbled.
This happened to me, well the massive missing data available did, no text or anything. Although the nice chap at EE added a wedge of free data when I phoned up and asked him where my allowance had gone. The weird thing is he didn't acknowledge an issue, and confirmed that according to his system the allowance was indeed missing.
Re: Headline should read "Note 3 Twice as Strong as iPhone 6"
>You can be certain that Apple will wriggle out of repairing / replacing these sub-standard efforts.
Yeah, Apple never recall products or admit issues with batteries or power buttons or anything like that, so bending would fit into this category. Except of course if you have an iPhone 5 for power buttons and batteries or a 5s for battery.
I am a bit late to the comments this week - is it now I shout Stupid fucking cunting bollocks?
Oh, and I use Tesco's Blinkbox for music. It downloads for off line play and I now have an eccentric mix of some of the weirdest stuff ever.
Can we have a google doodle with the OO as bOObs?
I thought Bass did this in their Burton brewing facility, Although not to this scale.
I know it's boring
but this could help cut down insurance fraud. Now if only we could work on fake receipts and improve bullshit detectors.
The second thing I do in the morning is check Kickstarter.
I squealed like a girl this morning
These chopped up taxi's aren't just shit
They are uber shit!
*the one with the London A to M in the pocket
OK several things that I simply must vent at.
The police cannot currently catch people using mobile phones, how long has that been in force? In fact the last dick head to cut me up on my motocycle was on the phone, this was three days ago. I instantly recognised that the pillock was a police officer, he had kindly labled his car as such. He didn't like me much when I reminded him that he shouldn't be on the phone, and when he got a little bit cocky and aggressive I pointed out that all his actions are on film.
Glancing at a watch is no more distracting than glancing at the dash, spedo, odo etc.
However, I suppose it depends what's on the watch. Technically driving with a satnav stuck on your windscreen is also illegal but the old bill don't seem to care much for that.
As for IAM, I thought that was cat biscuits.
Re: Sufficient lift?
I was actually pondering the same thing myself, and I am sure that this was computed.
But every time I try and think I remember stratodangle and for some reason that makes me smile, I like the word stratodangle.
If the worst does happen then just remember that falling is just flying to the ground really quickly.
The region lies at the top of the comet
How do you work out in space which is the top of anything?
Re: only my opinion
It would still be a shed project if the Spanish types had allowed the precious permits.
Re: At the risk of being downvoted to hell
Erm, that was the point, I know it's Monday but please try to start with humour.
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