Uninstalling updates enables "Disable" on some apps, but not others, unfortunately (on non-rooted devices). I have a Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and can't disable the Samsung Music app
No, it's not the maximum fine under UK law - that's £500K. See http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/04/05/ico_power_analysis/
The summary isn't even about it being the highest fine imposed so far by the ICO for a breach of the Data Protection Act. There was a £325K fine imposed on an NHS trust. See http://www.ico.gov.uk/news/latest_news/2012/nhs-trust-fined-325000-following-data-breach-affecting-thousands-of-patients-and-staff-01062012.aspx
My ISP (o2 broadband in the UK) has a particularly bad set of DNS servers that regularly seem to error. Somehow, resetting the router helps, but I think that's because it just gets forwarded to a different pair of o2's DNS servers.
As a result of this, I've switched to OpenDNS, which hasn't errored at all, so far (about 6 months). However, I'm probably going to try Google's offering because I'd prefer to get a NULL response than a search page if I hit an unresolvable URI.
... g-wan, g-wan, g-wan
G-wan, g-wan, g-wan, g-wan, g-wan
Mrs Doyle approves
To each, his own. I like mice with side-buttons for when I'm too lazy to go back any other way.
The side-button mice I've liked have two buttons positioned just above the natural placement of the thumb, which I never hit accidentally and are comfortable to use.
The OpenOfficeMouse, however, is surely a joke.