16 posts • joined Saturday 28th May 2011 21:18 GMT
8gb 4th Gen iTouch €209
8gb iPad mini €249
32gb 5th Gen iTouch €319
32gb iPad mini €449
Re: Wil who?
His appearances on TBBT are excellent.
Re: Space Penguin anyone
Spaced Penguin is to what you refer, a shockwave game (remember those?)... I used to spend many an hour back in 2000 trying to keep Kevin in orbit for as long as possible to get the big scores.
It's still available, have a little search...
Cleverfiend knows the score, £11-£12 for a 3gb 90day Three sim. When depleted just get another. If you're handy with a knife or have a sim cutter they're a no brainer. Hell even Argos sell them for £20 already in micro sim format, still not a bad deal.
I've just done it - broke away from the iPhone experience and bought a WP7 device. Got a second hand HD7 to have a go with to see how restrictive it is. I'm actually very happy with it. There's a couple of niggly things but as long as I have a subnet calculator and a few other choice apps then I'm happy.
I was sick to the back teeth of everyone and their mum (and 10 year old son) having one. Back in the day (not that long ago) the lines were clear and defined:
IT bods = Unwiedly smartphone
Suits = Simple, classy with great battery life
Kids = Whatever they're parents disposed of after upgrade
Mums = Whatever they're children disposed of after upgrade
Grandparents= Comes with a cable to connect to the wall
'Fashionistas'= Something small with xpress-on covers
Now the universal answer seems to be iPhone. Gahh.
Bubble Bobble really took some money from me.. I did enjoy the one installed in the social club my mum used to go to when I was a kid. This one had old fashioned slots for 10p and 50p and you could 'spin' a 10p in a 50p slot and get a serious amount of credits.
I think I've played every version out there, but was very upset after purchasing the XBLA version as all the enemies and bonuses behaved differently from the arcade version. I wasn't gonna spend hours re-learning all that when all I wanted to do was sit there for an hour and blast up to 100, getting the secret rooms up to at least level 60.
letters and/or digits
I've had enough of these free webmail services. Last week I registered a new .co.uk domain with only 3 digits in it for £6 for 2 years, and paid for a years email mailbox for £10 with webmail and IMAP. It's a small price to pay.
I was going to use my ISP email - but as they use Gmail I thought better of it. Do these T&Cs effect the millions of BT Broadband customers on their Yahoo! powered mail too?
letters and/or digits
Is this the same Lockheed Martin that won the contract to gather this years UK Census Data?
Names, addresses and birth dates of 60 odd million people in the UK. Sweet.