A fire in space is just scary!
179 posts • joined 5 Apr 2011
Florida man might just stick it to HP for injecting sneaky DRM update into his printers that rejected non-HP ink
I want a keyboard... maybe with a fairly low backlight, I don't want the thing flashing multi colured strobe effects at me when I'm trying to work. Same goes for the PC, power on and HD indicator lights are all it needs... who ever thought RGB lights on a ram chip was a good idea? (and no... I don't need a window on the side of the PC either!)
(maybe I'm just a boring old fart who gets distracted easily)
Your hardware is end-of-life... and it's in space. Worry not, Anglo-Japanese sat to test new orbital cleanup method
Hero to Jezero: Perseverance, NASA's most advanced geologist rover, lands on Mars, beams back first pics
UK Space ponders going nuclear with Rolls-Royce: Hopes are to slice the time it takes for space travel
Ad blocking made Google throw its toys out of the pram – and now even more control is being taken from us
The Huawei Mate 40 Pro is so mired in strangely hardy glue that the display shattered during iFixit's teardown
When humans return to the Moon in '2024', HPE would like us to remember: We built the computer that simmed this
HP: That print-free-for-life deal we promised you? Well, now it's pay-per-month to continue using your printer ink
I had regular calls about an "accident that wasn't my fault" I told them nicely that they had the wrong number and they should take me off their list.
The calls continued (all from the same number) and I told them I should be off their list.
The calls continued, up to 3 calls in one hour, I then gave them "I hope you get cancer and your children die in a fire"
I have had no calls since then!
Proves being nice does not work!
Vivo pushes out X51 5G: Chipper whippersnapper, quite a battery-sapper, but at least the wrapper's dapper
Massive news, literally: Three super-boffins awarded Nobel Prize in physics for their black-hole breakthroughs
Amazon tells ISPs: I can be your Eero, baby. I can ease your Wi-Fi pain. I will block bad sites forever...
Microsoft will release a web browser for Linux next month. Repeat, Microsoft will release a browser for Linux – and it uses Google's technology
Shine on you crazy diamond: We don't know who needs to hear it but NASA's explained the weird shape of the Bennu asteroid
Anti-5G-vaxx pressure group sues Zuckerberg, Facebook, fact checkers for daring to suggest it might be wrong
Firstly you just can't fix stupid!
Second, how come these anti science groups always seem happy to use the internet and computers to spread their silly ideas, do they think computers are somehow "natural"?)
I suspect that the same people who distrust the medical science are quick to ask for medical help if they break a leg
Amazon's not saying its warehouse staff are dumb... but it feels they need artificial intelligence to understand what 'six feet' means
Smart fridges are cool, but after a few short years you could be stuck with a big frosty brick in the kitchen
Repair store faces hefty legal bill after losing David and Goliath fight with Apple over replacement iPhone screens
I have no intention of ever buying Apple stuff, it is over priced and the repair system is crap (but I admit they do look pretty) Anything I buy is then my property to do with as I wish, if I decide to use a non Apple repairer that is nothing to do with Apple - the equipment belongs to me not them, but I would not expect an Apple repair centre to fix it afterwards