157 posts • joined Tuesday 30th June 2009 14:11 GMT
Not Possible in the UK
...... when (if?) we go over to DAB! Who would have thought the dross that passes for the majority of UK radio could be the savior of space tavel
Go All The Way
Facebook might as well go all the way and insist on changing your password every month. Just think of the amount of work that will get done when people can't remember their new password and can't log in to FB :)
I would have thought anyone clever enough to go to the ISS would voluntarily have all their data storage scanned. Knowing you've just borked the atmosphere scrubber whilst sorting your mp3s should focus the mind.
Did the German spooks find out their leader was compromised when they sifted through the data provided to them by the NSA???
Turn the Dial
When will they do a Google and turn up the dial on the machine to generate a higher return per customer to compensate for this drop in revenue??
They're not bothered about being struck off by the BMI, they're most worried about the punishment Apple will dish out for a false review!!!
Another Yes Minister Quote
What;s the point in having an inquiry if you don't already know the outcome?
Same old, same old ...
I thought biggest proponentsof BYOD were the senior managers who had brought their son/daughter to work and had an ESSENTIAL need to access Facebook/Twitter/Youtube/BBM
Re: new format
Samsung or LG ?????
My Fair Share
Looks like an (ex?)employee wasn't getting what they considered their cut. A bit hard on the employees who weren't in on the shceme
Who cares if it works? Think of the spares and maintenance contracts for years to come
Dick Jones, VP Omni Consumer Products
Re: they deserve it
Fairly sure that non-kosher bacon was not involved
Looks like 9 60s/70s TV sets on end. Not even widescreen
Re: That trick could be dangerous
No mention is made of whether the Fire Brigade attended. I hope Computacenter were charged (monetarily and legally) if they did
Been hearing reports of early failure of SSDs- they just fail with no warning as well. Just a bad batch? I've not yet heard of any method of data recovery from a failed SSD. I'm not ready to write off SATAs just yet
Bad Business Model
---NetSuite's revenue for 2012 was up 30 per cent year on year to $308.82m, although it made a net loss of $35.23m, slipping slightly further into the red from 2011's $32m loss. Salesforce's revenue for the year ended 31 January 2013 was $3bn, up 35 per cent year on year, although it made a loss of $270m, surpassing the previous 12 months' $11m loss.--
Have these companies made a profit on previous years?? Wil the bubble burst in the next dotcom crash??
Re: Don't believe it
Or convince the shareholders the the Mickey D offer is the only one going. For a 'consultancy fee' of course
Will we be able to get the thermal/UV filters and the shoulder-mounted plasma cannon??
Testing, Testing ..
That was only a ranging shot. One long, one short and then Footfall will hit its intended target
Oh, wow! Rupert Murdoch is a subscriber ti The Register.
Obligatory Movie Quote
'You know who ya gonna answer to? The Coca Cola company!'
Major Bat Guano, Dr Strangelove
Will we be seeing a soft drinks gap emerge with the commies????
Good, we won't get to see Richard in those stupid adverts. Or maybe it can take the GoCompare route and save the nation from him.
Re: Looks like Pete Cooke
Damn, beat me to it!
12 light years? If we start now we might get there before the end of the world. Oh, wait ......
Lockheed and English Electric/BAC must be worried about the knock on the door
James Herbert is considering setting his next novel in the SOuth Pacific
They could make the factory in a decommisioned military base, make the snakes grow to giant size and super intelligent before extracting the venom. What could possibly go wrong??
I can see this being settled out of court. I assume Bruce can afford to hire top class lawyers that would give Apple a run for their money and I'm sure they wouldn't want to set a precedent if they lost.
Just who is buying these shares now the price has plunged? Are they expecting a rally on the price or just getting razor thin margins when selling on?
Trouble Brewing ...
... if the team leader says 'We're gonna need a bigger buoy!'
No,no, aliens are humanoid with a few extra bits on the head. If aliens really look like this then the CGI budgets will go through the roof.
Had she just watched the film Monsters?
Re: Is zero-G industry really a cash cow?
Probably has more serious interest than asteroid mining and look how much has been speculated on that
Boeing Fanboi to .....
Apple Fanboi -'You only paid what? I wouldn't use that piece of cheap tat!'
Does that mean Chuck Bartowski will have to work full time for the CIA/NSA? Sorry, thats Buy More and the Nerd Herd
Re: I like the way...
Maybe the vacuum to fill is a wireless DVD drive that sits in a large enclosure that looks like 20 leather bound books on a shelf? Impressive to look at, easy to update AND cheaper and more eco friendly that actual books.
Excuse me whilst I go out to the patent office
Re: Great Idea MS
Methinks Apple won't be getting their normal 30% cut in the iTunes store
NotW falls victim to fictional accusations before the full facts come out! Who woulda thunk it?
Planetary Defence System
So what are we going to use against the ELE comet/asteroid thats rushing towards us as we speak? Bruce Willis is gonna be mighty disappointed with the mini-nukes we've still got in stock. I guess it's a moot point until we get a successor to the Space Shuttle
- On the matter of shooting down Amazon delivery drones with shotguns
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- OHM MY GOD! Move over graphene, here comes '100% PERFECT' stanene
- IT MELTDOWN ruins Cyber Monday for RBS, Natwest customers
- Google's new cloud CRUSHES Amazon in RAM battle