Redox flow batteries are designed for large scale storage where Lion batteries are totally unsuitable. Who’s bright idea was this project?
242 posts • joined 31 Dec 2009
I like Teams (mostly) apart from its lack of multi monitor support.
But I have a PC for work and iPads for personal use (I do have a laptop but very rarely use it).
I work with computers all day and have done since the early 80s, I like something I don’t have to worry about for personal use and keep my work and private life separate.
By the sounds of the posts here, I am in a minority of one.
The legality of jailbreaking is not “fuzzier” in the UK. It is not, and never has been illegal.
I topped doing it many years ago as I find no need these days, but when the USA specifically said it was legal I wrote to my MP who confirmed there was no need for such a law in the UK as it was never illegal in the UK.
Phone companies sell phones locked to their networks and include the price spread over the 24 month contract, some people prefer it this way. If the phone is unlocked people will get the phone and use it with a cheap SIM and not pay their contract. The cost of recovering this money will have to be covered somehow.
Provided you have iCloud turned on it is true. If you lose or replace your device, just log in on a new device and everything appears on your new device.
I replace my iPhone every 3-4 years and similar for my iPads.
I just take snaps but also store on OneDrive and Google photos just to be sure but iCloud is just basic functionality.
Maybe these people run out of iCloud space? In which case I would suggest they don’t place a very high value on their photos.
While what Adobe did is appalling and they deserve to pay for their mistake,I can’t help feeling the people complaining can’t really have valued their pics.
I buy Apple products because they work.
I have tried Android ald was appalled by how many options there were to do nearly what you want. I prefer to have something that I know will work without having to find something from some dodgy source that doesn’t quite do what you want and then find another app that is similar but with different features.
I can’t be arsed with the faff of android, I gave all that up with Windows mobile which, on paper, did everything the iPhone did when it came out.
YMMV but I’ll stick with Apple, thank you.
My Virgin, broadband, tv and phone, all went down Monday evening but was back up by the time I rebooted.
I’m still very happy with their service. If someone else could provide 500Mb service I’d probably look at them, as it is, I’ll stick with Virgin. They have provided an excellent service, despite the increase in usage, the vast majority of the time.
Refunded most of their customers?
I, my wife and two children used to be with GiffGaff but left when they reduced our data allowance as they now did 4G.
Their 4G speeds were far lower than 3G speeds so I moved us all to providers who were cheaper and provided decent data speeds.
GiffGaff have made no attempt to contact us and I am sure there are plenty like us. So they’ve made a donation to charity for us? Aren’t we the lucky ones...
I didn’t even notice, I had 4G access , maybe I was out of 2G for a while but it didn’t affect me.
I get 100Gb a month with unused from the previous month rolled over for £20/month at full speed 4G (normally 70-100Mbs) so I’ll stick with Virgin, not had a problem myself, if you have then feel free to find someone who suits your needs better.
Outsourcing saves millions. Everyone knows that.
Bringing it back saves millions. Everyone knows that.
Do it enough times and you will save enough s the service actually makes you money.
Replace one shower with another is far better than paying for the service you actually want. Cheaper is obviously better....
I was at Brooklands yesterday and couldn't access the Internet on 3G. It was a pain.
But if someone can tell me of another carrier that will provide me 6 months of data (limited to 1Gb /month) then I will certainly consider it, but I have yet to find anyone apart from T-mobils who can do this.
I used to use an Ad blocker but now I dont.
For the first couple of days the adds annoyed me -now I really don't noti them.
Someone argued that they use bandwidth but that surely only relates to mobile devices and 1Gb/month is more than enough on my iPad and iPhone as I am on wifi most of the time.
If you have severely restricted bandwidth it might be worth blocking adds but otherwise they really are not that bad - most of the time.
I used to spend a lot of time tinkering to get things working but now can't be bothered.
I realise there are a lot of techies here that enjoy spending 90% of their waking hours trying to save themselves 5 minutes but I'm to old for that now.
I'd rather things just work, and the vast majority of the time they just do.
Finding out that Ad Block is basically just blackmail makes me realise how glad I am that I don't wor about it any more.
I have an iPhone 5 and won't upgrade to a 6 because it is to big. What I want is a smaller phone, the 4 had the right size screen, the five is to big. How is one with the screen The size of the five a 'mini'? It is to big, give us a phone size phone, I have an iPad for a large screen.
It does remind me of Apple before Jobs returned though, too many products and not enough focus.
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