Yup. Came here to post this exact thing
one of the more blatant slahvertorials?
Seems a little light on actual proof there, even the source doesn't have a source for the magical "Lumia account closed as the user is a paedo" comment
Its still not really apparent what, if any, involvement MS actually had in this.
The authors of the articles freely admit its an assumption
They just did, and It doesn't bother me.
Panic over everyone!
The source of all this is an email, from a guy, who spoke to someone who does something at a game store.
Totally legit man, lets just take everything from here http://thexboxreveal.com/ as gospel too!
Also, my Nexus 7 certainly seems to download multiple files at once.
exactly what I was just about to say.
The 16gb in your 16gb Nexus 4 is internal storage memory.
It has 2gb of Ram
Theres at least two companies, one http://desktop.onlive.com/ and another one called CloudON that offer this kind of functionality if its really needed.
Having used the former its pretty decent and rather handy, but really I don't see the need to actually *have* Office on the iPad, the ability to use it briefly if needed is enough.
30mb/3mb connection with Virgin. £27 a month with no need for a phone line or paying any form of "line rental" to BT, infact I dont even have a phone line in the building.
Their trafic management policy is nicely listed here:
I get on average 33mb down and 3.1mb up according to speedtest.net if I manage to hit their cap in the evening (OnLive uses about 2.5gb per 30mins) then I get throttled down to 7.5mb which to be fair is way more than anyone round here gets on BT anyways.
Its rarely down and always works nicely, problem for most people is down to their cable network not covering most places, if you're lucky enough to get it then get it...
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