11 posts • joined 14 Apr 2010
You're right. It's not rocket science. It's rocket engineering. And that's far more difficult.
I'm amazed that more venues don't just put in their own free wi-fi to attract punters rather than expecting people to pay for these "premium" services.
I'd be happy if Audi just updated their satnav to understand postcodes properly!
But if the mobile companies pay for it in exchange for a chunck of the terrestrial TV bandwidth then £28bn becomes small change.
My Samsung TV is "smart" but because it's a couple of years old there are no longer updates available for it and no new services are planned. If I want iPLayer I have to buy a new TV. I don't think so!
Why do we need to have software at all to connect Win Phone 7 to Win 7??? It should just be supported natively, surely!!
I can't help noticing in the screenshot that the "fastest" route apparently takes 18 mins longer than the "economical" route!!
I'll be reluctant to ever buy a Samsung TV again - less than 18 months after paying £1600 for a 2009 LED TV I was told that it is no longer being supported and there will be no new features or software updates. Rubbish.
It's all well and good receivers having network connectivity but I've yet to find one that will stream video. What's the point of an AV receiver if it only streams audio!!??
Cut, Cut, Cut
If the government is going to start cutting police numbers, these officers would seem like a good place to start!
Missing the Obvious
What I want to use my Oyster card for is buying normal train tickets!!
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