Read the fucking article, deluded fanboi. It stated that all phones were put through a full charge/discharge cycle prior to the test. If your phone has half the battery capacity of everything else but its specs are on a similar level its going to do really shit in battery tests no matter how much optimisation you do.
Not many people have 4k sets, HDR isn't standardized, and by the time things get sorted out and these end up in peoples' homes, the next generation will be upon us and ready to fully exploit 4k.
4K TVs are outselling 1080p ones. HDR may not be standardised but from a console perspective once it has been it can be resolved by a simple firmware update.
* don't run Windows or OSX
Or Linux or Unix as both of those have exploits both local and remote as well. Might get away with BeOS if you're wanting something with a GUI but as its over a decade and a half old hardware support may be an issue.
This is a complete disgrace. This is an Irish citizen. If he's committed a crime on Irish soil he should be tried in and Irish court under Irish law.
The idea that countries, mainly America, can now extradite people all over the world sticks two fingers up at the idea of sovereign states.
What's next ? An American being sent to face the death penalty because there's a video of them dropping some chewing gum on the streets of Singapore ?
Sorry but this is a basic tenet of international law and has been for many many years, that you cannot direct harm in one country from another and be immune from prosecution simply because you did it from elsewhere.
I've noticed this in my country, employers who once used to run apprenticeships and training schemes up until the late 1990s decided that they no longer needed to bother because they had access to a labour market from 26 other EU countries so they could find applicants already trained up. That's all well and good at first but the pool of people available for skilled jobs fully trained up with several years of experience who can just "drop into" a position are limited and without training people up the pool dries up.
My employer after 20 years has just restarted its apprenticeship scheme because its finally realised that the situation cannot exist forever.
Yes, and in the UK, outside of the urban/suburban areas the mobile and wired internet are both atrocious.
Yet here I am in a small town of 11,000 people living in a county that is 1.5 times the size of London with only 1/20th of its population and I get:
70mbps down and 19mbps up for my landline:
And for 3G speedtests in the same area I get 20.7mbit down, 11.97mbit up:
No, you didn't. No carrier offers what you are describing at that price (and they didn't two years ago either when prices were even higher than now.)
Yeah actually he did. I did on Three. And prices have gone up over the last couple of years, not down. Now paying £20 a month SIM only for 600 minutes, unlimited texts, unlimited data with 30GB of tethering.
and if you want to go from i.e. Portugal to Italy, you either have to pay roaming costs or buy another sim card and plan for another carrier.
Not any more. Inter EU roaming costs have been outlawed by the EU.
Norway had to accept Euro schengen zone and many of the EU regulations in which they have no say in.
Old programmers never die, they just become managers.