59 posts • joined Monday 3rd October 2011 12:42 GMT
crippled hardware, crippling price, £240
I'm sure data centres would much rather give Intel pounds instead of pennies to ARM
It's just a good job reg hasn't used an image of the offending camera in this article, or we wouldn't have anything to comment on
Hollywood stops making films, digital storage too unreliable/expensive
They seem to be doing well in the UK
Sony xperia Z has become the UK's second best-selling handset from pre-orders alone.
It doesn't bode well for Apple TV lol
Re: blah blah, blah...
The Yoga 11 is little more than an OUYA ($99) with a 720p screen in a pretty laptop... and you paid HOW MUCH?
Telcos already get paid twice for the same traffic, now they want more? they're taking the fliss
Re: "We adhere to the laws of the countries in which we operate."
They have this thing called freedom of speech in the good old USA, don't hold your breath trying to extradite someone with anything to do with The First Amendment
Stuff the cloud... best thing I have read all week
Can I just have the quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 board out of it please?
If Mauro worked in the UK he could get at least 6 months off work now with stress lol
Re: Surely this level of competition is good?
"3) Everyone's realised that Intel's "Do everything in the CPU" is wrong."
Except Intel who wants to shove more on chip
A really, really, really big hole
"(click to enlarge)" Don't you think it's big enough already?
When you retweet something, you are republishing it
The lawyer can also delete all the apps and operating system to get the extra space he needs :D
Re: Just stop to think a moment, peeps.
It's not about shop A being more expensive than shop B, it's shop A charging more for the same product to customers in different areas, shipping is obviously different
How would you like it if you had to pay $1 more for gas in Texas because your number plates said you were from California, I bet you would be swapping number plates before you bought your gas
"Apple, then, appears to be suffering from falling out with a manufacturer of Samsung’s size and capability"
Suffering dearly I hope
Headline should have been...
Salesforce CEO Benioff Talks Shit
Shocks no one with bullshit future prediction
"Whether or not Samsung has any claim in the German courts for all the losses it has suffered as a result of preliminary measures which proved to be unjustified is obviously not a matter for us."
I like that Judge lol
yay less choice for the German consumer, way to go IP
Sale of Goods Act 1979 (as amended)
Consumers can expect that goods will be:
Of a satisfactory quality. Satisfactory quality means that the product should be of a quality that a reasonable person would expect from the goods taking into account any description, the intended purpose and the price that is paid.
In the UK it's not 1 year or 2 years, If you spend £3,000 on a TV you (a reasonable person ;) would expect it to last longer than a £300 TV
"So it is likely that LoveFiLM still has its PR nightmare to go through, if at some stage it copies Netflix and drops the DVD online rental service or at least separates it so that customers can buy just the online service"
LoveFiLM already offer online only service, if the article gets such a simple fact wrong, what hope is there for the rest of the article?
NAS in the home seems to me to be more popular now than it ever has
Re: Waiting for the fine print...
what about the other little problem hydrogen has, distribution?
Re: Not qualified, but doubt that it is binding
First-sale doctrine should be applied here
Re: *Many* People Don't Want Windows
*Many* people don't have a clue what's on their PC, they are just happy when it works and clueless when it doesn't
Re: Nanny state...
a sort of panic button for hit and run drivers?
Your netbook comment is disingenuous, no netbox product for £50 to £100 will have dual HD tuners and a 500 GB HDD and YouView is not going to be run on a raspberry pi
I don't see how it's a niche market and I don't know how far £10 million goes at the BBC, I shouldn't think it's far though (The BBC has spent over £638 million on radio that I haven't listened to in 2010/11, but I am not about to start complaining about it)
The tough rules against DRM had been watered down...
Yeah you can circumvent DRM where the law says you can, unfortunately the treaty also banned the software tools for doing the circumventing, even where their use might be legal
do you think any of the churches have applied for .God ?
Re: Jump? How high Mr Murdoch Sir?
"If you read Alan Sugars autobiography, in the section which covers the sale of Amstrad to Sky, it's strongly implied it was Murdoch Snr who pushed it through as a "thank you" for LordSurAluns support down the years"
Now that could explain why youview is late!
Re: From the perspective of a professional musician
Once I have recorded it off the radio it is free to listen to, and no one is threatening to take my radio & tape recorder away from me after 3 warnings!
face recognition would be cool... or would it, that casual glance across a crowded room and they could know everything about you that's online already
a drink... because it's coming whether you like it or not
what do the stickers say...
Look where you're %$£%$& going?
40 seconds of sh*t music before the talking starts...