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Comment Police/findmyandroid? (Score 1) 3

Leave it powered on for a few days and see if the android equivalent of findmyphone kicks in and you get a message to call a number?

Can you tell from the messages what the number is?

In the UK, you'd drop it off at a police station and they'll record it as found.

6 months later, it's yours if not collected.

Comment Re:But why? (Score 1) 497

So it's easy.

Don't buy the next ubisoft game. Write them

1st Floor, Chertsey Gate East,
London Street,
Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 8AP

and tell them it looked like a great game. You probably would have bought it, but as you don't have an internet connection all the time. You're not going to and you bought (insert competitor title here) instead.

No - Money means the game failed.

Ubisoft are a businees, no money coming in, means they failed.

Vote with your pocket.

Comment Re:This makes perfect sense (Score 1) 325

, and Steve's attitude toward backwards compatibility would not be a hit in the corporate world.

Hmm, yes that would be bad. I mean it's not like Programs written for windows 3.11 work on 7 now is it..Oh wait...

Symantec Endpoint Protection 11.0.4:
Currently, Windows 7 does not work with Symantec Endpoint Protection 11.0.4. You must uninstall this program before upgrading to Windows 7

Symantec Ghost Solution Suite 2.5:
For Windows 7 machines, the "Clone" and "Configuration steps do not function properly; however, Symantec is aware of this issue.

Various drivers:
Complete driver support is not available from all manufacturers for all hardware. Partial support is available for Dell, ATI, nVidia, HP, and other vendors. Windows 7 has plenty of built-in drivers.

Funnily enough, there have been very little hardware problems with OSX...

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