Re: New TLD redirect?
Agreed, just let people go to either theregister.co.uk or theregister.com it's a British publication, don't give in to the US rubbish... keep the .co.uk i hate the new redirect.
30 posts • joined 21 Aug 2010
I Had the original Series 1 watch and used to swim in it just fine, even outdoor swimming in Salford Quays.... I now have the Series 3, it's strengths for me? Making me lose 5 stone in weight and getting fit. I wear it all day every day, Series 3 has about 2 - 3 days battery life (less if you exercise) is easy to use and I get streaming music whilst leaving my phone behind for an outdoor run. It's a marvel!
Outside of fitness can I still pin point the killer feature to say to people you should get one? No... not really.
I had this issue, basically set Windows 7 up without turning on updates, download and install Windows6.1-KB3102810-x64, Reboot
Download and install Never10, Check for updates, the time goes from days to maybe a hour and you install without Win10 shite being pushed down.
Jobs a good'un of course i only run Win7 via VMware Fusion on my Mac's.
hmmm no, amazon have to be the worst!!! I got suckered into Prime, and it's shite.
Their customer service is zero, nothing, nadda I bought some beyerdynamic earphones from amazon because, well, i may as well use that next day delivery i got suckered into, and they broke within 14 days .... Amazon were NOWHERE to be seen, they are illegal scheisters and they hide behind apple with everything. Have you tried finding a customer service number anywhere?
Look at the blatant monopolistic behaviour with book selling and their music service is shite.... RIP Lovefilm.
Can't think of a worst company that deserves to be hauled in court and embarrassed.
To see how many people learn the CS suite via bootleg's or dodgy old copies that go on to Pay full whack when they use it in their jobs / make some money....
Adobe risk eliminating the casual starter who would have learnt the tools this way and therefore the knowledgebase would disappear making Adobe products either less attractive in business or push the price of hiring Adobe Pro's up in the future.
Seems like a chance for other companies to up their ante.... I wonder if this was a reason Apple has started to once again push Final Cut ?
Anyway, getting past the anti-apple Register brigade and commenters. This update (6.1.1) has fixed the problems I had with network dropouts on Vodafone (Eeven toggling Aeroplane mode on/off didn't work).
Signal is a lot better stabler and connectivity seems faster now.
O2 / EE did come out and say they didn't see any problems, only Vodafone, maybe a Cellular Model driver??
My battery life on my 18 month old 4S lasts me all day, usually around 24 hours, listening to web radio or podcasts and with x3 exchange accounts pushing :)
So a computer illiterate mother in law uses a Server to manually mount shares and browse for files? I call out lies, plus if you had a half decent server you can run iTunes on it, or if it's a Synology NAS they do streaming.... or, you know, use apps like VLC ...
So much hate for Apple from people who think it's cool... enjoy your Android with its laggy UI and spyware in built.
I miss Maemo a proper Linux Smartphone OS.
Not really 'Open' though, is it???
Most Android devices are rom-locked apart from Nexus, even then there are lots of aspects of Android that are closed... if it were truely open then why can't other app makes have access to the data being collected and sent to google??? it's a honey pot... you should be very naive that when Google's Android / Chrome base gets to a certain size they will close it (you can already see evidence of this ... ala Nexus Q).
All the fandroids keep spouting off their Google Maps? It's Crap! Nokia make THE best maps for a mobile device, and from driving to/from Germany on a fortnightly basis using the iOS 6 beta and maps it's really good and thats a mix of autoroute's / motorways / autobahns and town / village roads.
I don't get what the big reaction is.... no problems here and a very happy iOS 6 maps user :)
What open standards? ALAC is an open standard..... the current 'open' standards for streaming don't work.
Bluetooth is too poor in quality and range, DLNA just don't work very well (i.e. Samsung DLNA doesn't work well with what works for a PS3 Server) and DLNA.
This is them pushing forward to bring sono's style audio/video streaming to the masses...... and let's be honest, you hate Apple so will never buy into it. Hating for hate's sake.... sad sad little person.
That do much more than Apple just boycott Apple, e.g. Samsung should just cease all memory, cpu etc sales to Apple NOW!, Sony should remove all music + movies of theirs from iTunes and stop manufacturing their batteries....
Seems simple enough seeing as Apple doesn't actually make anything.
This is about creating a buzz in the developer world about Meego and getting people to exploit the 3D on the newer generation of Nokia handsets, and with a backer like Intel it can't really go wrong, what if this is folly? so what? it gets a lot of tomorrows developers onto the Meego / Qt (portable to Symbian) bandwagon....
I know it's 'Cool' to hate Nokia right now with all the Lemmings going for iTarded devices and throwing all their personal data away to google. but...... I have a N900 & a N97
N900's aren't really designed for mass market usage and they haven't upgraded OVI Maps on there for some time so don't even bother.
N97 .. OVI Maps is absolutely brilliant, it gets me from Manchester to Frankfurt without a glitch what-so-ever, the only downside with it is that it can lag sometimes but other than that it's certainly the best Phone based satnav out there in terms of features and quality AND i didn't get a huge bill because my maps are loaded onto a microSD Card :-)
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