467 posts • joined Thursday 4th October 2007 11:13 GMT
Oooh, that means over 100% mark up on the controllers then (closer to 200%)
Adric suffered the most- he bloody died. Mind you Peri suffered a lot- those costumes barely held her in.
It might be £12 for every person in the country but you've forgotten to offset the programme sponsorship and advertising revenue that screening the matches will generate.
Free 1st year subscription for new customers on BT broadband/landline contract of £xx a month makes it blinking obvious why they've paid so much; it's effectively a per new subscriber fee for all the customers they expect to pick up for other services isn't it?
What sort of actual HDD is in these? Red or Green?
*engage Arnold Rimmer mode* it's aliens
Lister: Your explanation for anything slightly peculiar is aliens, isn't it? You lose your keys, it's aliens. A picture falls off the wall, it's aliens. That time we used up a whole bog roll in a day, you thought that was aliens as well.
Rimmer: Well we didn't use it all, Lister. Who did?
Lister: Rimmer, ALIENS used our bog roll?
Rimmer: Just cause they're aliens doesn't mean to say they don't have to visit the little boys' room. Only they probably do something weird and alien-esque, like it comes out of the top of their heads or something.
Lister: Well I wouldn't like to be stuck behind one in a cinema.
Re: Interesting and then disappointing....
I replaced my netbook with a Asus TF300 Transformer. Since I mostly used my netbook for blogging and websurfing, so far android hasn't been too limiting. And of course there's the 18 odd hours of battery with the dock. You can pick them up for £225 if you shop around (or at least you could a month ago).
"absence of tax reforms"
AKA a Republican cash repatriation holiday. After all, it's happened before so corporate America are just waiting out a regime change in the good old US of A.
Apart from employers national insurance, google doesn't pay any of that tax they've laid claim to. PAYE and employees national insurance are suffered by the staff and VAT is an end user tax.
While the Register can't lay claim to inventing the backronym, you surely use it better than anyone else on the planet :)
Re: yeh anther excuse to post.....
Got a few of those. I also have a Sony Clie Peg SL10, a Sharp Zaurus SL-5500, a Psion Revo, and one of the first smartphones, a Handspring Treo 300 :D
A small British start up? Argonaut were 10 years old when Starfox came out. And Star Fox had been preceded 5 years earlier by Argonauts Starglider 2. Home computers were regularly doing 3D that dumped on consoles from a great height.
I loved Starfox when it came out, it was good fun, in an arcadey way we had to wait for Colony Wars or G-Police on the PS1 to beat. Revolutionary for consoles, not so much for gamers generally.
Re: To troll in and of itself.
Best example of traditional trolling I read recently was a reference to a bloke who joined Christian forums purely to put across the message that Herbie Fully Loaded was satanic. That's the kind of trolling I like.
I don't think you'll ever get more than 100Mbps out of a 500Mbps powerline adapter. Best I get in our house is 34Mbps-45Mbps, depending on what other white goods are running.
Since the store was added, the HD and HD+ are great tablets :(
I'm fairly impressed with their Ascend W1, which has a build quality belying it's extremely modest price point.
he's not short of a few bob
Back in the day my wife was looking for someone to open a museum exhibition and contacted Adam Hart Davies. She worked at a local authority funded museum and was doing an exhibition on how technology had changed since WW2. AHD wanted a 4 figure fee to open the exhibition, well beyond a regional museums budget so she asked the author Robert Rankin to do it instead at my suggestion. He was delighted to be asked and did it for the price of a room in a travel lodge overnight, and a couple of pints of similar from the stout yeoman of the bar. His speech was wicked too.
And yet most head to heads I've read seem to favour the HTC One over the S4.
I for one am safe regardless
We're over 100m above sea level in St Albans. All I need now is a boat, and some form of defence from the misplaced hoards...
Re: FAIL - no Credit Agreement with Apple
Verfied by Visa? I have to punch in 3 digits from my 8 digit password to confirm a lot of online purchases.
Twat is the word I've seen linked to him more than most on twitter today. Strangely apt.
With under half an hour of effort, you can install CM10 on a micro SD card and boot to that. Want to go back to the stock OS? Just take the micro SD card out. Battery life isn't brilliant with CM10 but it does make the Nook HD+ VERY flexible IMHO.
You'd think supplying the APU for the PS4 and the next Xbox would be a bit of a cash generator wouldn't you?
I'm confused. Both of these minority shareholders are advocating BORROWING money to pay out as dividend? Aside from that been a bit bonkers (and assuming Dell has the distributable profits to do it), what sane lender is going to pony up several billion dollars to just see the cash immediately vanish out of the company? It's hard enough getting a mortgage with a property as collateral at the moment. Yes, Dell probably has lots of unencumbered assets on it's books but given the way PC reselling is going at the moment, it'll probably need them.
Where can I get one of these for around £75 then? Best I've found is £89 :)
Surely we don't want the world wide web to devolve into apps is a better statement? The internet presumably includes apps as it is?
from a lifelong arachnophobe
Two options that occur to me:
1) burn it with fire
2) nuke it from orbit (it's the only way to be sure)
I was waiting most of this year for the Atrix to get updated to ICS. The release date kept on slipping until quietly, at the end of September, Motorola announced it would stay on Gingerbread. Motorola are now infamous for poor updates on existing phones, something which is going to be a real problem for Android going forwards as new flagship models are now launched less than a year apart, as are new versions of Android, when most people have 18-24 month contracts on phones that the manufacturer doesn't update as it's not in their interests to. Even on a SIM only deal, I don't want to upgrade every 6 months to get a modern version of Android :/
Re: Nothing's obviously wrong with this
It's the artificial nature of it though- the stock that Lux "owns" never makes it's way to Lux, it's held and despatched from huge UK warehouses. Lux employs 500 people, the UK employs 15,000 people.
Whatever you do, don't google the woman's name. Think I'd rather be bludgeoned to death that suffocated in there :/
Organisations like OXFAM are now getting involved, this article http://policy-practice.oxfam.org.uk/blog/2012/11/who-is-really-paying-the-price-of-the-downturn shows how they are linked tax avoidance/evasion with poverty in this country. Bigger issue than many realise IMHO
Does the touch screen make it top heavy at all?
Deloitte prepared the bundle for KPMG to do due diligence on? My, there's going to be some fun to be had in those offices :/
Didn't realise she did Penetrator, I used to LOVE that game :D
Steve Cooks blog, secret-oranges.blogspot.co.uk is well worth a subscribe. He was at the heart of 2000AD when it mattered and is always scanning cool stuff in from waaaaay back.
Re: Geez what is it
Yes, that went well with the Raspberry Pi didn't it?
LG kit is normally very well made.
Sorry, your, not you're. :(
It was a joke. Ten minutes late to launch,followed by half an hour of timing out, lock ups, one almost complete payment process, and it now looks like no Nexus 4 for me today or in the foreseeable future. And to add insult to injury, I've just got my email from Google notifying me it's available for sale :/
I'm not a fan of this sort of tax avoidance but it's only part of the picture and it leads me to suspect some element of political show boating from PAC.
If you look at the HMRC Calculating the tax gap briefing from October, you'll see that HMRC reckon some £32bn in tax income went walkabout during 2010-2011 via avoidance or evasion. It further says half of this, £16bn, was due to SME's (small and medium sized entities- you're normal, non-multinational giants). Why not go after them with the same sort of publicity?
Oh that's right, Reuters didn't do a report on them.
Sorting out the taxation of these multinationals is going to be a legislative nightmare that is going to take years to get right. Whilst this is a step in the right direction, I fear that the gov won't see it through to the bitter end.
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