Re: Worried about their safety !!!!!
The local councils that give them their licences do vet them.
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The local councils that give them their licences do vet them.
The EU has a similar tax, called MOSS, you may have read about it here at the end of last year/beginning of this year. In the case of the EU, the answer is no, if you supply to someone outside the EU, you don't charge MOSS VAT, but you may have local taxes you are required to collect, such as the Japanese consumption tax or this Chicago tax.
So maybe 5G needs to focus on getting better performance in marginal signal areas?
The problem is that while there almost certainly would be a market for products based on for example the Halifax house price index, there would be for a product based on the price of your house. That is made of of several components. The general market condition as reflected by the index is one of those. Then there are regional and local factors, based on changes in local facilities and pollution sources, and factors specific to your house, such as its state of repair, and any improvements you make to it.
I set Windows Update to download and notify, then I can plan the update for when my computer isn't doing something.
I thought the Neanderthals were here first, and the modern humans came over from Africa.
Most send a status code every month, so your record should read - 0 0 0 [repeat 36 times] to show that you have been on time every month for the last year. If the payment doesn't arrive one month, then they will automatically send a '1' to say you are 1 month late.
OSX is only supposed to work on Apple hardware, so they get the money that way. While you can by Microsoft branded computers, most people install windows on computers made by other companies, so Microsoft only get the the money from Windows licences.
Über are not particularly cheap compared to other minicab firms in London, some of which have their own apps that work in a similar way to Über's. The big difference with other minicab firms is that they will quote a price before sending the car to you, and that is the price you pay regardless of what happens on the roads afterwards. There are also apps that will give you quotes from a selection of different minicab firms along with an ETA, and you can pick the one you want.
No they are not forcing her to take part, and she is telling everyone why she has chosen not to get involved.
What profit margin do HMV and similar record stores make? That's the offline equivalent of iTunes, not the record company. The record company still does the same work as before up to preparing the master copy. Instead of pressing it to a load of CDs and sending them to record stores, they encode it in mp3 and aac format and upload it to online stores such as iTunes.
Transport for London isn't that bad compared to some. Oyster Cards and Congestion Charging work reasonably well.
I rather enjoy reading the reviews for $10,000 audiophile grade ethernet cables, before buying the cheapest available cable in the length/colour I'm looking for.
The only things our desktops need to be able to do is connect to an RDP server, and run Skype. Pretty much anything made in the last decade can do that.
I guess you can still grant an exclusive distribution licence for the length of the copyright which is basically the same thing as selling it in economic terms.
Yes, but they are supposed to purchase a licence from the PRS to do that. The cost works out at about 10p per track copied, and you can buy them in packs of 1000, so £100 for the cheapest licence.
And the Sun headline was a rip-off of a Liverpool Echo headline from the 1970s.
Also, Über would have to pay minimum wage. Apparently many drivers earn less than that at the moment.
He's talking more along the lines of being able type the letter on the Royal Mail website, pay them so money and have them print it out and deliver it.
If I received cash, I would skip a visit to the ATM, and leave more of my salary in the bank account.
There is a benefit to the country from having decent roads over and above the money paid out to tarmac layers. There is no such benefit to be had from increased awareness of the existence of ethnic minority disabled lesbian single mothers.
Productivity has stopped increasing, but I don't think it is "way down". In my field of business, productivity increased in the past due to the introduction of computers into the business, and people figuring out how to make the best use of them. I left college at the time when most of them were getting their first computers at the end of the 20th century. I'm not really seeing anything new coming onto the market now that would improve our productivity any further.
The SNP vote outside Scotland was zero because they don't have candidates in other parts of the UK.
It is also used to for example send all the invoices for the month to the accountant. They will be saved in a folder along the lines of sales/2015/06, zip up the folder and send 06.zip to the accountant.
Even so, how many HR drones would open a cv.pdf.scr file? Remember that the .scr is usually hidden, and as an executable, it can have a PDF document icon.
I quite often get LinkedIn requests to my work email address shortly after emailing someone, and my LinkedIn account is registered to a personal email address.
Also, I don't think there is an API for Exchange Autodiscover, which is one of the options, I think they actually take the password and log in with it.
They ask everyone for their email password and use it to look through their emails and address book, so if you are in their address book, or if you have exchanged emails with them, then they know that you know them.
Yahoo finance quotes a price of 71.91 at the time of writing. As it is quoted on Nasdaq, not London, the unit of currency is likely to be the US Dollar rather than the British Penny.
In Hong Kong, they seem to always land on a price point of x88, no sales tax there to worry about.
They take action because it will discourage other people from trying it on.
Do UK Power Networks operate outside of London? 40 miles down the road in Reading, Scottish and Southern Energy is our local grid operator.
If for example Nortel were to sell the patents along with the bit of the business that makes those inventions, would you be happy with that? People might be less willing to buy that bit of the business if they didn't get the associated patents.
Most people are behind a NAT router with no access from outside, and have a dynamic IP address, so no easy way to get direct access anyway. These sorts of devices tend to phone home to their manufacturer's server, and you can connect to that from outside and get access to the device.
If you are within 30 meters of your baby, then don't you have a pair perfectly functional baby monitors attached to either side of your head?
It should work anywhere that pay by bonk works - TFL, Waitrose, McDonalds, Greggs, some Tescos.
Or Sipgate, which gives you an 01 or 02 number for free if you sign up from a UK based IP address.
Because if you want to actually talk to somebody, you need to have the same system installed that they use, and they don't have a SIP client set up.
I tried it on my Galaxy Note, and couldn't get it to work reliably. Sound quality was so bad it was unusable, and I couldn't get it to make the phone ring when someone called, it displayed an alert on the screen, but that would require me to look at the screen constantly in the off-chance that someone might call.
The best definition of "cloud computing" I've seen is a Dilbert cartoon - http://dilbert.com/strip/2012-10-21 - "Move some of [the software's] functions onto the internet, but call the internet a cloud"
So private cloud computing presumably means moving some of the functions onto the local area network.
Is there anyone out there who doesn't have a local area network? Maybe a self-employed plumber who runs his entire business from a single laptop, but anyone bigger than that is going to have a LAN.
The other option is to sell TV subscriptions that are delivered over the internet, like Netflix and others do.
Well, with Linux or similar systems, I mostly use Free BSD, you can fire up emacs (or vi if you are that way inclined), and edit the appropriate configuration file, and it is usually fairly obvious what you need to do. With Windows Powershell, you have to type a command at the command prompt to change whatever it is you want to change, and it usually isn't at all obvious what you need to do, and being able to copy/paste from the documentation you are reading is essential.
When the recruitment agent emails you about a vacancy, they expect a reply within a couple of hours. By the time you next visit the library, they've already sent their shortlist to the employer.
Well obviously the internet doesn't work without electricity, and obviously you need water, but I would put internet in the same category these days. It isn't a luxury any more, you need it to be able to apply for jobs that would get you out of poverty.
Well obviously it could broadcast your toast-eating habits to the world on Twitter. It could display an alert on your phone when your toast is ready, in case the noise the toaster makes isn't enough. And of course, it could use the data to deliver engaging personalised information [otherwise known as spam, of the type that you don't eat with toast].
France is so evil that French Fries got renamed as Freedom Fries, and some people were suggesting that they send the Statue of Liberty back to them. Something to do with them being against the Iraq War.
The largest cities in most countries I can think of are less than 8 characters long.
So, if I leave the house with someone else still in it, will they be plunged into darkness and mowed down by the robotic vacuum cleaner?
The automated fridge ordering thing might work if:
You keep everything you buy from the grocery store in the fridge
You always eat the same things, never try anything new or different, never have other people round and never go on holiday
How would you split it up? A Scottish Telecom wouldn't compete with a Welsh Telecom or a Yorkshire Telecom, just like BT doesn't compete with Kingston Communications in Hull.
Train drivers get paid more than pilots these days, and it is a lot easier than even driving a car.
And also if they sell it part-way through the year, the numbers for the division up until the date of sale are discontinued operations.
That's because 4G addresses the issues that made it difficult to get decent 3G coverage in rural areas.