The question machine’s reception is still excellent, so I recieved this broadcast: Now I will immediately admit ignorance as to Freeview’s exact mode of broadcast. I do know that the channels are split into groups that are broadcast over a similar UHF frequency, so could it be that Maori TV is on a slightly different [...]
Despite what Apple would like you to think, the iPhone is just a phone, like every other phone you can buy from a shop or direct from Vodafone.
You ask for someone to tell you which way you should go. As you point out: at $15 per month, it’s going to be three and a bit years before you’re on the wrong side of $599, by which time there might be a new version, or your salary increase might make the $15 irrelevant. I think you’ve answered your own question.
A somewhat inevitable question has arrived via the question machine: Can i buy an ipad in usa and expect it to work in new zealand? any tech specs i have to look out for?
A reader asks about migrating from the UK to Te Anau with an iPhone. Will it work, or will the sheep block the signal?
The question antenna has received a transmission:
Morning I have a 597e Air card, which I use as my only means of connection as I am not on a landline, here. I see it has a socket for a extension aerial, Orb has no knowledge of any device can you advise me please? Looking at the data on thedropdown its running at 115.2 Kbps Just wondering if I can get better reception somehow? Thanks a lot..
This question has so many components to it, I barely no where to start, but let’s take a crack at it.
I opened the question laptop and besides warming my lap, it presented the following question to me: I could just make up and answer and tell you to buy a Toshonic XS234.5 Revision 4 Model S with a 523GB HDD and 3GB Dance Dance Revolution, but I’d be doing neither of us a favour. The [...]
The question device has raised an interrupt: Firstly, like any annoying geek, I must raise a clarification. There are devices, and there are device drivers. The device is the physical piece of hardware inside your machine. It might be a plugged-in expansion card, or it might be a set of chips soldered into the motherboard. [...]
The question machine has broadcast an unencrypted signal as follows: Brother, come close, I have a secret to tell you. Since the earliest days of electronics, technicians – pushed by their marketing department slave-masters – have been integrating more and more functions into the same devices. At one stage they were so in awe of [...]
The question machine has transmitted a question about cellular networks: This really is an interesting question. Until about a month ago, there was no question at all. Telecom was on a CDMA network, and Vodafone had added WCDMA 3G to their GSM network. Despite the similarity in naming, there really is zero compatibility between Code [...]