- IPv6 for consumers on DSL at last
(tags: ipv6 adsl isp uk internet broadband )
- Apple is the UK's second most popular shopping site (after Amazon)
(tags: apple shopping uk )
- Google and Samsung confirm Galaxy Nexus volume bugs - glad I'm not upgrading until January!
(tags: google samsung android )
- Badoo - the billion pound social network you've never heard of (massive in Brazil, Spain, France...)
(tags: business socialnetworking sex culture badoo )
- Genetic Study Confirms: First Dogs Came from East Asia
(tags: dogs asia genetics )
- Britain has had a record-breaking freakishly warm autumn
(tags: autumn weather uk )
- Courts cannot force ISPs into broad filtering and monitoring for copyright-infringing traffic, ECJ rules
(tags: law privacy internet copyright EpicWin )
- Offshore unit launched to tackle international tax avoidance
(tags: tax uk )
- UK switching cervical cancer vaccine to one which also protects against genital warts
(tags: uk nhs vaccine women )
- Seeing nude people tunes up the brain
(tags: nudity brain psychology )
- Some very interesting stats on home births, midwives, etc.
(tags: birth children healthcare )
- Ethical bank Triodos opens its first UK branch (in Edinburgh)
(tags: uk scotland edinburgh bank ethics )
- Organising movie posters by different tropes they use. Strangely hypnotic.
(tags: posters design cinema movies art poster )
- It's nice to know that there's at least one class out there getting decent sex education
(tags: sex education sexuality society )
- Willpower Is more than a metaphor: Self-control relies on glucose as a limited energy source.
(tags: glucose sugar willpower self-control )
- Journalists tried to reach JK Rowling through her five-year-old daughter. Can we shoot them now?
(tags: journalism uk media jkrowling )
- 50p tax rate not actually causing a massive problem.
(tags: tax uk )
Original post on Dreamwidth - there are comments there.
Assuming a group of touchscreen devices, each of which is capable of making phone calls, surfing the web, etc., of the following sizes, how would you describe them?