* Posts by James Wright

7 posts • joined 16 Dec 2008

Oddly enough, when a Tesla accelerates at a barrier, someone dies: Autopilot report lands

James Wright

I own a tesla, their hands on wheel detection is suspect at best. Many times I get the warning even though my hands are on the wheel. For them to try and cast aspersions because hands on the wheel were not detected is wrong. This is just them throwing FUD at the problem.

EE unveils shoebox-sized router to boost Brit bumpkin broadband

James Wright

Re: Meanwhile in France

I visited the page and google translate say's:

"A 200GB data envelope with reduced throughput, without the risk of overcharging".

So it would seem unlimited data, but with throttling after 200gb. Still a great deal at 30 euros.

Digital radio may replace FM altogether - even though nobody wants it

James Wright

Re: DAB Bashing

I have DAB in my car, I thought "great, now I get to try out DAB". However it's horrible, it keeps cutting out and in again. At least the FM signal is analog and when the signal degrades you can still hear it. With DAB it's all or nothing (digital!). If they think of shutting down FM I will complain loudly. If they sort out the signal issues then I would be happy.

BT unleashes SIP licensing troll army

James Wright

Re: Does this

It's a software patent, so no. Funny that isn't it! I say more power to them! It's only when we get patent armageddon will the US decide to sort out software/business process patents.

Angry Birds fire back: Vulture cousins menace UK city's mobiles

James Wright

Re: Missed opportunity

How long have you been waiting for this news story to be able to post that?

Antivirus biz's founder unmasked as noted Chinese hacker

James Wright

Fessed up straight away

Some mitigation there I suppose.

Online storage start-up pitches 'USB stick on the internet'

James Wright

Go checkout dropbox, works great on mac/win/linux

I use it all the time, keeps about 6 of my systems in sync, and everything under 2gb is free!

http://www.getdropbox.com

James.

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