46 posts • joined Thursday 18th August 2011 08:21 GMT
Currently trying out
A free 1 month trial of lovefilm stream-only with the intention of watching on my xbox.
Totally agree with what you're saying. The range is.. weak. I'm checking how much they're adding as it's a young service, so far about 15 titles a week.
I'm not much of a film buff, but only 3% of the titles on there are recognisable as 'big films'.
Also struggling to find films that are less than 5 years old.
If it has it's full dvd catalogue available for streaming by January, I'll keep subbing, but right now it's very much a trial and forget affair.
Find a review under 50%
I'd hope that anything being reviewed as a TV actually IS a TV. There's not been a TV review under 50% this year. What's the point in using a score out of 100 if it's only out of 50?
If they're all high quality, those missing 50 percentage points will show their use.
Sort out your metrics already. the percentage score seems to be no good at differentiating anything on this site.
The best Christmas gift tellies, all rated between 80-90%.
Ten Monster Tellies, all rated between 80-90%
Ten small screen HD TVs, all but 2 rated between 75-90.%, and the ones that are below 75% are blatantly bargain basement brands anyway.
Lets make 50% == 0% and work it out from there, or if everything is perfectly adequate, just point out what's crap - rather than what to go for.
Article good, idea bad.
Why must they continue with this? Surely there something much more useful to do with these frequencies?
Intensively farmed land..
Reduces biodiversity, which is why in the UK, farmers are/were paid subsidies to have proper hedgerows instead of gigantic fields or wooden fences that maximise land space.
Biodiversity is good right? So moving to intensive farming isn't the only answer.
All IPhones work only on the _exclusive_ apple network which you must provide yourself by buying a small base station.
This is a feature! Didn't you read? Exclusive!
Surprised this is reported on the register (in a serious manner anyway). It's only news to the masses who think they will get 24mbps internet guaranteed, and if they dont, it's because they need a new computer.
Though what you say about living near a university building or business district confuses me, particularly the former.
Are you actually saying that students don't use much bandwidth?
Silverlight to die?
18.5% efficient eh?
Lofty figures. Wonder if that's at optimum temperature. The hotter a solar cell, the lower the efficiency, which is why a solar cell in a British summer could give just as much power out as one sat in the desert sun.
Conversely, the main reason is that there's been a distinct lack of actual content this expac, with features delayed, dropped or simply recycled.
You either raid (which can be done 3 hours in 1 night), or pvp. There's nothing else now.
Perfectly round. And dark.
Swings and roundabouts.
Well we will get to see our politicians browsing habits. That will be fun.
Once they clock onto that, I'm sure they'll change their tune.
BT have never been particularly quick about this stuff. about 10 years ago, half the village I lived in had no useable phone line. Picking up the phone subjected you to white noise. Took them 3 weeks to fix that one!
They're the ultimate trolls. Even Trolls get smacked down eventually.
*glances at watch*
The biggest challenge with these systems is getting data into them in such a way that keeps integrity and is effortless to use.
If a fault occurs with a product, is the servicing engineer going to fill out a database form with 50 fields, or are they going to just write an e-mail?
You've got to make data entry rigid enough to make interpretation easy, but not so rigid that some things become difficult to record. As soon as that happens, the end user thinks "stuff it" and switches to e-mail.
Hm, not sure I see the benefit - other than market share which seems to be stagnant or reducing.
Yahoo!'s brand has always felt somewhat dated to me, but that might be the geocities effect.
Cant see it being strategic either. Yahoo's sinking slowly and will bleed its user base to other companies. Buying it will just mean you bleed instead!
It is free in the UK. Go on http://store.steampowered.com/app/400/ and you'll see it just has the option to Install rather than purchase. Beneath it is the orange box, portal bundle and valve complete pack which arent free.
They've not displayed it particularly well admittedly.
Grab it while you can.
perhaps this is why other ISP's are slow offering FTTC?
I'd think them losing their CEO now would be horrific timing. Yet another restructure and change in direction? Not what they really need.
Akin to splashing and floundering in water rather than doing backstroke, even if it is into a pool of jellyfish.
Does anyone, and I mean ANYONE think this is even worth the effort?
Did they really try hard enough?
I can't recall any HP tablet adverts. As for lack of traction, I've heard plenty of "software is great, hardware is okay, but HP/Palm are neglecting it" from reviewers.
I wonder who will fill the void.
How very useful?
I wish these telcos would announce something more useful, like "we have now given all commuter railways a dedicated array of masts so that signal doesn't drop every 25 seconds"
That is something people would really appreciate.
I was thinking the exact same thing.
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