12 posts • joined 30 Apr 2008
Re: 50 people, none of who need...
There were a few people in the pub wearing spectacles. They simply made do by slotting the 3D specs over the top of their spectacles. Perhaps opticians should launch a range of spectacles with 3D-ready prescription lenses?
@ Dafydd Lawrence
The inventor received backing from Peter Jones and Theo Paphitis.
The website's called Register Hardware for a very good reason - we're all about hardware. As such, we restrict our videogame coverage to the biggest/best/highest selling titles. We're aware that opinions of which titles fall into those categories will differ from person to person, but we limit our videogames coverage to ensure we concentrate our time on bringing you the best, freshest and most interesting stories from the land of hardware. We can’t cover it all – we’re only 1/3 cyborg!
So sorry, very occasionally words get lopped off in the editing process. We'll make sure our sub-editors receive a suitable punishment...
@ Anonymously Deflowered
Perhaps that's what caused the accident?
@ Ponder Stebbins
Your wish has already come true, sort of. Please see: http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2008/11/26/usb_toaster/
@ The Repulsive Monkey
The key word here is "simulation"
@ Mark Broadhurst
Contrary to your comment that "Nintendo make money on consoles and less games per customer sold but dont make money on games," it actually does, at least according to Forbes' article.
The report stated that Nintendo makes its own games and - although they generally cost less than titles developed by third parties for the Xbox 360 or PS3, "so far the gambit has paid off" for Nintendo.
@ Paul Bruneau
We can but try Paul! Thanks
RE: We need more Bort satnavs in the gift shop
Robert, i'm glad somebody spotted it.
Re: Snail sex
I'm no snail expert, but according to Wikipedia, snails are actually hermaphrodites. So, whilst Agent 003 may have been given a female name, the slithering RFID snail is neither boy nor girl.
Re: Adrian Jackson.
Really, the unfortunate man should have dialled 482-555-0100 into his mobile.