£200or so for an extra 128GB of SSD storage does feel as if they are going in dry..
Posts by disco_stu
26 publicly visible posts • joined 7 Dec 2011
Microsoft Surface Pro X: Windows on Arm usable at long last – but, boy, are you gonna pay for it
Windows on Arm keeps low profile at IFA as Intel takes swipe at platform's compatibility problems
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson moves to shut Parliament
Apple's WebKit techs declare privacy circumvention to be a security issue
Bonkers British MPs rant: 5G signals cause cancer
Apple bestows first hardware upgrades in years upon neglected iPad Mini and Air lines
Silent Merc, holy e-car... Mflllwhmmmp! What is that terrible sound?
Cheap as chips: There's no such thing as a free lunch any Moore
Three-quarters of crucial border IT systems at risk of failure? Bah, it's not like Brexit is *looks at watch* err... next month
You're an admin! You're an admin! You're all admins, thanks to this Microsoft Exchange zero-day and exploit
Talk about beating heads against brick walls... Hard disk drive unit shipments slowly spinning down
Not a price cut! Apple perks up soggy iPhone demand with rebate boost
Surprise! VAT, customs likely to get a bit trickier in a Brexit no-deal world
UK's Rural Payments Agency is 'failing on multiple levels' – report
Shining lasers at planes in the UK could now get you up to 5 years in jail
A lot of the overbright bike lights are designed for off road use and really aren't suitable for use with traffic as they chuck out light in all directions and not focusing the light where it needs to be..
I cycle into work pretty much all year round, it's along a canal towpath.
In the winter when commuting in the dark it has the added danger of being dazzled by oncoming bike lights, the combination of an unlit towpath with a superbright ( sometimes strobing ) lights is very disorientating.
Two's company, Three's unbowed: You Brits will pay more for MMS snaps
So the suits swanned off to GDPR events leaving you at the coalface? It's really more IT's problem
Manchester plod still running 1,500 Windows XP machines
Streetmap loses appeal against Google Maps dominance judgement
I just had a look at the Streetmaps page, looks like it hasn't evolved for about 10 years.
When you do zoom into the maps they are better than the Google maps, for example better use of colours for different road types but lack of scroll wheel zoom, the small mapping window are something that should have been ditched as soon as Google Maps came out.