* Posts by attackcat

8 posts • joined 31 Jul 2012

UK big five carriers bin wired broadband download quotas for as long as we're all stuck indoors


If laws didn't need so much challenge and explanation in court how would you expect their lawyer mates on the outside to make their living?

MacOS wakes to a bright Catalina sunrise – and broken Adobe apps


Re: 'Trash' is gone

My first one, a PowerBook 5300, had a wastebasket.

Apple's revamped iPad beams a workhorse in from Planet Ludicrous


My iPad has Firefox and Brave. There are others. Get it right.

BT best provider for 10Mbps USO, says former digi minister Ed Vaizey


Silicon Roundabout

My office is less than a kilometre from this hyped place and we don't get FTTC. We get ADSL. Upto 8 whatsits on a good day, for a short while. It's usually less than 1. Don't give me this uneconomic to go out into the sticks stuff.

Watchdog snaps: Privatise the Land Registry? What a terrible idea!


Re: Did they actually read the consultation?

Well, they wouldn't want to be going backward, would they?

Or whatever Siobhan said in W1A.

Don't split Openreach, says BT, and we'll splash BEELLIONS on broadband and 4G


My office is in EC1. So called Silicon Roundabout is a five minute walk away. We don't even get FTTC.

El Reg Redesign - leave your comment here.


New design, annoyingly "WEEKEND EDITION" appears to the left on top of the text of each article. Safari on a macbook pro retina, latest versions, java etc disabled.

O2 dropped the ball in Olympic cycle race Twitter fiasco


O2 Stratford to Liverpool Street

I have had O2 for three years and there has never been full coverage on the little railway line in that obscure part of the world through which trains run from Stratford to London. Phone calls cut off as you get close to Liverpool Street. When I complained I was told the coverage was good.

They put the Olympic Park there now and there is still scrappy coverage, just even more people know about it.


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