22 posts • joined 1 Jun 2011
Which channels were showing all this free to air football everyone keeps talking about?
I guess this is what happens when there's not enough money to pay the PR team.
Re: Be careful what you wish for
Coming to filters soon on ISPs near you.
Really interesting article, however I think you mean Indilinx not "Indilinks", I only know because the first SSD I bought in 2009 was a Corsair X64 which has a Indilinx controller in it. Great bit of kit It's still going strong now.
With the extra cash they make from this my contract should be a bit cheaper next year then? nah thought not.
They just don't get it.
Omfg, how retarded is this company. Don't they realise all they are doing is alienating the people that would buy their product if they weren't such twats and stopped coming out with BS like this along with their crappy DRM which obviously only works to annoy the paying customer.
"Ubisoft reckons just one in ten PC gamers legitimately source games, using the figure as justification for a move towards more free-to-play and web browser-based titles."
I don't pirate games, and I won't install Ubisoft games even if they are free, basically because you're a crap company.
What excuse are they going to use if they do go free-to-play and still they make no money.
I wanted to moan about nothing...but there was nothing to moan about.
I get the feeling the FBI will have a harder time extraditing these two than they will Richard O'Dwyer.
It doesn't even mention Windows 8 in the report.
If the hardware is stable then what difference does the OS make? or are they just stating the obvious, that unstable hardware will crash eventually.
"Adverts are not only here to stay, but they are proliferating, and form a bedrock of revenue that prevents consumers from bearing the full financial cost of content creation."
Surely this should read "and form a bedrock of revenue that maximises profit from the consumer."
Or else the BBC are doing it wrong, not that I suffer TV adverts personally. There is more than adequate technology available to avoid them when watching the few programs I want to see.
I got to "dualtasking" and thought the same.
Perhaps he simply does not want to be an American citizen, there are better places to live after all.
MSE > Avast
Apart from that nice list.
Re: Say NO! To DRM!
Does DRM magically disappear from a DVD when put in a Linux box then?
"Just as the viewing of violent movies or videogames can turn people nasty"
I didn't realise this was fact, after just completing Space Marine it must be only a matter of time before I go apeshit.
I know right, who would of thought a developer preview would be buggy.
I guess no one told the retailers that Hitachi have not yet raised the price.
Are my crimes made worse by the fact I use the taunt after every kill in TF2?
People still go to shops for electrical items? how quaint.
Last time I made a major purchase at a shop, and had to put up with all the bs that goes with it was yea late 2001.
Alright for some...
If only the UK government would force the population to buy services from my business I too could spend millions setting up a cool website.
Both Samsung and Hitachi want out of the HDD market, WD and Seagate are not forcing them to sell up, so what are the EU going to do exactly?
They can't make a company continue something it doesn't want to do, even if they stop the mergers who's to say another company is going to be interested in buying, Samsung was apparently working at a loss in the HDD sector as it is.
Perhaps the EU should force some random company to start making graphics cards because of the lack of competitiveness in that market as well!
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