104 posts • joined Wednesday 9th April 2008 07:55 GMT
I bet it will still mean I have to go into the field aross the road to a get a signal
With the V1 all he needs is a V3 to complete the set.
Re: The Shard
It does, but its just a step out of phase, and therefore we mortals can not see it.
Re: Electric supply for GAS smart meters
10-15 years - my phone battery only lasts 24 hours!
It's actually bench drill + file = fully working gun
Keeping your hand on the tiller means you know where your company is going. Once you take it off (and it is very easy to do so) it is very difficult if not impossible to get it back and if you don't your company will fail.
Paris knows all about tillers and keep her hand on it.
Looks like he was shopping at their equal to our Waitrose. If he had gone to the local market he wouldn’t have got the shopping in the car!
Re: Blocking access to Remote SMTP servers?
I hope you got your money back +10%
Which is why you should treat anything said by the wide boys of telco / ISP industry with a pinch of salt.
and in the mean time piracy continues to flourish.
Why don't publishers get it, the people who pirate their films / books wouldn't be buying them in th first place, so any profit they get from them (pirated copies) is only a plus.
I already have free 'The Cloud' thanks to Sky. It's a pity I can't use The Cloud onboard which would be alot easier than the present system Greater Anglia has, though with 50 year old rolling stock I don't expect that much.
Re: Isn't it about time that roaming charges were seen for the rip off that they are?
SMS charges are rip off in their own right as it does not cost the operators anything to send them.
If scotland become independant there will even more of a problem near the Scotish borders, apart from passport control which will be needed as Scotland will have to take the Schengen Agreement when the join the ec.
I think he had what is called a 'senior moment'
I'm out of the back door, down the street getting the bus home.
freesat-by-sky <> freesat+
I'm moving off sky+ because it costs too much, but I have to get a Freesat+ box as down grading to freesat-by-sky does not include recording etc. So sky won't getting me back for a while (I might have gone back next winter but I won't because I have had to fork out £250+ for Freesat+ box).
Why do you think the pyramid were built in the sandy desert.
Imaging how many new hospitals 1,000,000,000 U$D would build. The judge should fine Apple 1billion for just being greedy.
All too late for Ultra HD (4K) TV
All too late for Ultra HD (4K) TV as its way too slow, so as the reast of the world moves on to new technolgies the UK slips to a 3rd world internet service.
Already adverts on the log-in page.
I do hope other meeting places take note as well as TOC's its a right pain logging-in and very slow.
Re: I presume..
Other than it will flatten your car battery. I don't see LGV owners even thinking in giving the opposition a hand.
Anyway we have a perfectly good mobile data system at present if it would be implemented correctly by the mobile phone operators ie more aerials.
So let me get this right. the consumer pays for the fermo cell; the consumer pays for the Internet; the consumer pays for the call or data allowance. Sounds like a a brilient money make scheme to me
As above I do most my 'txing' via facebook & whatssapp in pubs and clubs therefore I use their free wifi
I'd want 110% of the cost back so I can give a bribe to all my customers so they don't go.
Re: Disgruntled Alliance & Leicester customer
Just leave. It’s amazing how much rubbish people will put up with.
coo that will fun. no 2nd Hand cars sales; no Jumble sales; no second hand book sales; no 2nd hand anything.
Basically not workable
they havn't got HSPA working yet
If VODA and o2 can’t get HSPA (which has a speed of 14 Mbit/s) working properly because of the lack of backbone infrastructure, how are they going to cope with 4g and all the extra piping that will need?
Re: Thats your problem right there!
I agree the price plains are not competitive with other providers; DSL or cable. also 18Mbps is not that fast either.
So train guards will punching customers mobies instead of tickets.
If the TOC's won't even except customer printed tickets I doult they will accept an ticket on your iphone.
Never seen the point of Unity Dash. Its very difficult to multi task, and only a few items stored on the dash board - not for the working envioment.
Another Data Protection Officer get away with it as the local tax payer gets turned over for £¼m
Never understood why we need terrestrial TV. If we had spent the money that was spent on moving from analogue to digital in giving people either satellite TV or cable TV we would have saved a lot of money and free up a lot of band width.
At least Vodafone gives a signal outside Liverpool St Station, O2 doesn't.
If you think BT is bad you should ask Telefónica for a line and see nothing happens. Most of Spain is at 3mb and will be that way for years if not decades to come.
Re: The simulations look impressive
You've already got one, right at the front. We're all doomed Captain Mainwaring
Just take one of the near earth asteroids, hollow it out , using the material to make the items need for fitting out the inside of the asteroid.
I never understood why we (the UK) spent a fortune moving to terrestrial digital anyway. We should have used the money to give everyone either cable or satellite.
M$ is very late in getting into the smartphone market, and M$ are not even putting in any effort & with computer getting cheaper and cheap (how long before you get one free with The Sunday Times?) they are missing the boat.
'not for profit' company
As Openreach has a monopoly in most of the UK, it should be for a non-profit making organisation. This should be the case for any monopoly companies as the consumer is not able to go any where else.
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