Probably sent to him by James Vetch as he has 100s of them.
Posts by Nathan 13
253 publicly visible posts • joined 29 Jun 2009
What the duck? Bloke keeps getting sent bathtime toys in the post – and Amazon won't say who's responsible
Car crash: Uber axes another 3,000 jobs, closes 45 offices as punters snub app during coronavirus lockdown
What was Boeing through their heads? Emails show staff wouldn't put their families on a 737 Max over safety fears
Every industry, unless closely scrutinised by a competent regulator, starts to slowly but surely errode standards and safety over a period time. Its always driven by cost, and people at the top are ruthless about profit and if given the chance will happily cut whatever corners they can to obtain more and more profits.
In such a safety critical industry this does (and has in this case) cost lives.
Airbus A350 software bug forces airlines to turn planes off and on every 149 hours
Stop us if you're getting deja-vu: Uber used spyware to nobble dial-a-ride rival, this time Down Under, allegedly
Age checks for online pr0n? I've never heard of it but it sounds like a good idea – survey
Even Windows 10 can't save the PC market as chip shortages, Brexit uncertainties bite
Huawei Mate 20 Pro: If you can stomach the nagware and price, it may be Droid of the Year
Fork it! Google fined €4.34bn over Android, has 90 days to behave
Google are morally above Apple and Microsoft
Literally way more open than both. Yes all 3 suck data, but according to all the cookie messages I am getting recently, so does every website in existence!!
The EU could fine literally 3 million websites $5 billion each. That might make up for the loss of the UKs contribution and keep 10 million male migrants in the luxury they have been told to expect by their traffickers!!
Skype Classic headed for the chopping block on September 1
Apple: Our stores are your 'town square' and a $1,000 iPhone is your 'future'
Nationwide banking suffers its own Black Wednesday
Boeing preps pilotless passenger flights – once it has solved the Sully problem, of course
Bloke charged under UK terror law for refusing to cough up passwords
China's first large passenger jet makes maiden flight
What is this bullsh*t, Google? Nexus phones starved of security fixes after just three years
Don't install our buggy Windows 10 Creators Update, begs Microsoft
Uber cloaked its spying and all it got from Apple was a slap on the wrist
Grumpy Trump trumped, now he's got the hump: Muslim ban beaten back by appeals court
Zuck off: Facebook's big kahuna sues Hawaiians to kick 'em off their land
Apple sings another iTune following Brexit as prices rise by up to a third
UK can be a 'world leader in 5G', you say? Er, our 4G still takes a beating from Peru
Hapless scouser scours streets for lost Crimble drone
Ransomware scum offer free decryption if you infect two mates
UK's new Snoopers' Charter just passed an encryption backdoor law by the backdoor
Forget malware, crooks are cracking ATMs the old-fashioned way – with explosives
My Nest smoke alarm was great … right up to the point it went nuts
I want to remotely disable Londoners' cars, says Met's top cop
EU court: Linking to pirated stuff doesn't breach copyright... except when it does
Windows 10 now rules the weekend, taking over from Windows 7
Windows as a service will fail. I look after most of my friend's computers/laptops etc. Every single one who has W10 hated it, but tolerate it with classic shell/all apps deleted and no start screen/all connections set to metered in the registry to stop forced updates etc
Not one of them wants adverts, or would be willing to pay any sort of subscription whatsoever.
WhatsApp is to hand your phone number to Facebook
Corbyn lied, Virgin Trains lied, Harambe died
This man and his team want to run the country, but they cant even book a simple train ticket. And as for that video, there are no words to describe how terrible an idea it was.
Labour need to sort themselves out, because although I'm a Tory voter, this country does need a strong and credible opposition badly.
Corbyn, and the Labour Party are a pathetic joke at the moment.
French, German ministers demand new encryption backdoor law
Microsoft to overhaul Windows 10 UI – with a 3D Holographic Shell
Ten-trillionths of your suntan comes from intergalactic photons
London's 'automatic' Tube trains suffered 750 computer failures last year
Violence, vandals and vomit: London's naughtiest tech Tube stations revealed
Windows 10 pain: Reg man has 75 per cent upgrade failure rate
Don't use a VPN in United Arab Emirates – unless you wanna risk jail and a $545,000 fine
Free Windows 10 upgrade: Time is running out – should you do it?
App-V birthday to you, Win10: Virty tools baked in Anniversary update
Dell confirms price rise post Brexit vote as UK pound stumbles
'Leave EU means...' WHAT?! Britons ask Google after results declared
Update your buggy Samsung PC bloatware to plug privilege bug
In obesity fight, UK’s heavy-handed soda tax beats US' watered-down warning
Tax Tax and more fucking tax
Why not charge the obese for treatment, and not tax everyone including those that drink soda drinks responsibly, dont have a BMI of 50 and look after themselves.
How long before the local scallywags are going to add soda to their shopping list of fake alcohol and tobacco products.
The Windows 10 future: Imagine a boot stamping on an upgrade treadmill forever
Just want a desktop PC to work like XP and W7 does.
Yes have touchscreen and tiles on tablets and phones.
But a desktop PC is best operated with a mouse, and by installing your programs than run in windows accessed by either shortcuts or the start menu.
If Microsoft cannot make that any more, then people who use desktops will look for the best alternative, which will be a trade of between ease of use, and quality of the experience.
If Android desktop could be actually better in both the above areas than Mircosoft, then its a BOOM!!!