1) 50¢ royalty was reasonable for a chip that, on average, sold for $4.42 and earned Marvell $2.16 in operating profits.
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1) 50¢ royalty was reasonable for a chip that, on average, sold for $4.42 and earned Marvell $2.16 in operating profits.
>>OLED's have died a death.
Hmmm no they haven't and its what is going to make LG display devision turn a profit in the coming year.
The biggest challenge for OLED TV sales was the high price tag, about double that of the trad set but as everyone in the Television and Film industry will tell you the adoption of this technology is at a pace in production and film making and its just going to drive prices down to that the more trad high definition set. over the next year or so.
what a whole 30m....in LA i've seen groups get into the car just to go to the bar next door.
i already use Office on my Ipad with CloudOn http://site.cloudon.com/ been rocking it for around 2 years works like a dream
don't worry it could be worse it could be fourth degree http://ypdcrime.com/penal.law/article470.htm#p470.10
Seems they are going after low rent games today "the Raven Banner" http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2014/01/22/king-are-trying-to-candy-crush-the-banner-saga/
sweet are "ket" or "kets" for me
I think the Italian domestic electrical manufacture Candy might have something to say about it http://www.candy-group.com/
At Samut Prakarn, Thailand (not Mexico) a 15.7 TBq (425 Ci) cobalt-60 teletherapy source was lost, attempts were made by some scrap metal workers to recycle the metal. During this time humans were subject to irradation by the source.
It was found that at the edge of the scrap yard the dose rate was about 1 to 10 mSv hr−1. The exact location of the source in the scrap yard was determined using a fluorescent screen which acted as a scintillator. This was held on the end of a long pole. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samut_Prakan_radiation_accident
A call from 00 356 .......is the country code for Malta. so like the callers above it an offshore calling farm
" guess the free office apps confirm MS office will be along shortly too."
there is already free MS Office apps with CloudOn http://www.cloudon.com/
most insurance policies have a "Single item" limit....mine is £3000 so any item above that limit you have to tell the insurance company and register the item with them. so i suspect she didn't register the gold with the insurance company who no doubt would have said "put it in a bank safe"...and a bank would have to tell the tax office due to the high value...money laundering rules etc. So no doubt she kept it out of the bank to stop paying tax on as capital gain. Hence keeping it at home and therefore wasn't covered by the policy.
BluRay and Sony XDCAM disk is similar and the XDCAM's hold either 23 GB of data (PFD23, single-layer, rewritable), 50 GB (PFD50, dual-layer, rewritable), 100GB (triple-layer, rewritable) or 128 GB (PFD128QLW, quad-layer, write-once). So no doubt this disk will be close to the variant you are talking about, but it will be used Professionally not on the consumer side as the article talks about Pro.
This isn't about BluRay but the net Generation of XDCAM disk used in Professional TV Production http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XDCAM
But 3840 x 2160is not 4k is called Quad Full HD...ie 4 x 1920x1080 pictures.
Cinema 4k is 4096x2160 and a Full 4k screen costs a loot more than your average home set
"Fine tune my home?"
its like feng shui for you electrical items.....but watch out of the Dragon of Unhappiness with come out of the toilet and bite you in the arse, over the connectivity speeds
i think you find 77.9% of GM business is with other nations other than the USA http://www.nytimes.com/imagepages/2009/06/04/business/04overseas.graf01.ready.html
Got to say i travel "a lot" (280 days last year) for business and use the E-gates all the time at Heathrow, never had a problem with its a quick and easy way to get through the airport. I suspect if you first encounter them it might be a bit of a hassle but with anything to do with airports it about managing the flow of people.
Anonymous Coward.... the police or phone company will never just say Okay.....the phone company will do some basic checks...what date does you bill go out of your account, can you name 4 numbers that you call most frequently, what bank account details are they attached on the account etc before they will block the phone if your not giving then full security information.
Why add 50 quid to the price when the price is clearly £39 http://store.apple.com/uk/product/MC913ZM/A
"Microsoft Office for the iPad: Microsoft told The Reg late last month that reports of Office coming to the iPad were based on "inaccurate rumors and speculation." They were telling the truth – so far, at least."
I use CloudOn for my Ipad and can edit Office documents just fine http://site.cloudon.com/
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-17143417 Apple iPad sale ban case dismissed for now in Shanghai
They love me, they love me not, They love me, They love me not.....
Rose are Red, Violets are blue, Microsoft squishes bugs, just for you!!!!
Haven't BMI just been sold off to British Airways? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-16298167 So might be pointless suing if it just get merged with the BA booking system.
You wrote "we're anti-just-about-everybody." well you said it yourself! How about being nice for a change and not being that cold, sniping, whining "rag" that you can be. Maybe then the other children might speak to you and let you play in their games!
When a store starts to reach capacity...open another very close by, if demand fails off you can close one of the stores but not have to lose presence in the locality.
Well seems the Belgium justice department have messed up in the ruling and mention all domains with www.piratebay.* but not tracker.piratebay.org etc....so looks like they have completely messed the ruling up
Qu Dawei said <If the sad thing is that the government and councils would never have done this (set up this site) themselves, then we clearly need another two sites: </Quote>
Well if you had a little bit of Google-Fu you see that Fixmytransport comes from the idea of
http://www.fixmystreet.com/ Report, view, or discuss local problems
(like graffiti, fly tipping, broken paving slabs, or street lighting) which is also run by Mysociety.
<quote>How did they mistake that for a Higgs Boson?</quote>
They we starring at the new Nyan Cat think at the time? http://nyan.cat/
the Daily Torygraph seem to have nabbed this story from the MEN exclusive...nothing like a bit of recycling over the christmas period.
Sounds like someone needs to know about the Prey Project http://preyproject.com/
Prey lets you keep track of your phone or laptop at all times, and will help you find it if it ever gets lost or stolen. It's lightweight, open source software, and free for anyone to use. And it just works.
can't patent beer????
They beg to differ
HEINEKEN TECHNICAL SERVICES B.V. (2e Weteringplantsoen 21, ZD Amsterdam, NL-1017, NL)
Abstract of EP0307051
The invention relates to a beer having an alcohol content of maximally 3.5% by volume. For obtaining a beer of this type having good flavour properties, the invention is characterized in that the beer is a mixture of beer obtained by conventional fermentation and unfermented wort product reconstituted with water.
makes a change from the monster thing they had going around San Fransisco when I was there in February http://www.flickr.com/photos/akira_kev/4343467394/
more to the point what have they done to the .co.uk google home page this morning....
why are they using an American skylight on a .co.uk site? surely it should be tilbury, belfast or liverpool docks for the UK
so 60 minutes of 1080p is around 1.2GB (figures from bbc Iplayer) so even if you have BT unlimited *cough* which has a package with a cap of 100GB per month you can only use the device for 2hr 40 minutes per day before you use up all you bandwidth and thats without email, general surfing etc as well. So God forbid that your on a 20GB or even 10GB cap a month . So till the UK ISP get their act together and remove these small caps this kind of cloud based entertaint technology isn't going to fly.
Dear UK ISP's this is what avg internet speeds look like in the rest of Europe. For 30 euros a month with TV package. Pull your fingers out http://bit.ly/bAkHmm
Theora does have a major architectural problems with regards any encoding with HD video in that the max motion vector length is only 16 pixels. In non-technical terms, that means that the codec can only track MOBS (motion of objects) between two sequential frames of less than 16 pixels. At low resolutions, this isn't a problem, but at highresolutions, it just doesn't work....one of the reasons it never be good in HD
The cooling off period and right to cancel do not apply to contracts for:
• goods made to the customer's specification;
• perishable goods (flowers, fresh food);
• CDs, DVDs, and tapes with software, audio or video if unsealed;
• newspapers and magazines;
• betting, gaming and lotteries
Lets hope Google don't delete there images before fixing some of the school boy error is there street view maps, the classic being in soho where they have the street going through some buildings not where it should be going.
Ps. yes it was reported on the first day Street View was released, Google are as speedy as Apple at fixing their errors.
this is why europe has its alternative http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galileo_positioning_system#GPS_and_Galileo
Easyjet and Ryanair what a suprise, I blogged a while back about how they extort money out of people http://www.kking.co.uk/blog/2009/04/flying-on-budget-airline.html and how booking a traditional flight with BMI can save you hundreds. Nice to see the commission thinks the same :-)
as a musicain that used NoiseIO for the iphone www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8yhQHJUll8 on stage before this is nothing new lots acts doing it....yes its a bit of a novelty but it does work.
"which shows white and black versions of the iPhone – was probably created by an enthusiast." = Apple Fan Boy with too much time on there hands!!!
I have to say that looking at the figures they might seem big but they are true for us as a SMB...we've monkey'd around with Virtualization and now going to take the plunge and remove a number of legacy plus web systems to VM. About 33% of our servers will be VM by the end of the month, not just to save cost but space and get over the dying hardware on older boxes therefore keeping maintenance down and freeing up our valuable rack space needed to expand.
what was missed from the original article "ITV is not the only media company that is having to write down the value of websites acquired in 2005 and 2006. Daily Mail and General Trust has cut the value of dating and shopping websites, while the American firm EW Scripps wrote off almost the entire £210m it paid for the price-comparison website Uswitch."
as Tom Jones would say "Its Not Unusal....." lots of companies which were over valued and bought in the bubble are now getting crunched.
"Fraud implies deception, No?"
No precise legal definition of fraud exists; many of the offences referred to as fraud are covered by the Theft Acts of 1968 and 1978. Generally, the term is used to describe such acts as deception, bribery, forgery, extortion, corruption, theft, conspiracy, embezzlement, misappropriation, false representation, concealment of material facts and collusion. For practical purposes fraud may be defined as the use of deception with the intention of obtaining an advantage, avoiding an obligation or causing loss to another party.
2012, and rushed through in the summer as we're all too rapped up in the Olympics to notice....
Passive field, January two thousand and twelve.
A nation that stands alone.
Cold voices, faces pale, gathered unto their judgment day. -
track: Honour - VNV Nation
P.Alan Smith said "I may be sitting in the middle of East Anglia, but the portal for the company's net is in Germany and the BBC don't like that. I have to watch at home where I've already got a TV ..."
Why are you wasting company resources watching TV online haven't you got enough work to do???
"supercomputers and mainframes???"
Come on guys get with the programme a lot of facilities that use data transfer as their bread and butter use fibre or copper. Frankly i would go as far as every television editing company (my industry) uses fibre to the edit work stations which nowhere near mainframes or super computers more like desktops with ego problems.
"10Gb Ethernet offers similar speeds, though is still a developing technology," I think the technology is more than mature and frankly is being rolled out in facilities across the country to the desktop.
Scratch Cards - Tax on the Stupid