* Posts by Robert Cunningham

8 posts • joined 29 Sep 2007

'Apple Watch' sapphire glass maker files for bankruptcy protection

Robert Cunningham

"However, it also announced assets and liabilities worth upwards of $1bn" Good one Register, that would be potentially the same statement as zero equity then ?

Hacker who helped find Steubenville rapists threatened with decade in prison

Robert Cunningham


If this story proves true, the Ohio police and FBI should be thoroughly ashamed of themselves.

Broadband minister's fibre cabinet gripe snub sparks revolt

Robert Cunningham

Lets give westminster council something to really do for a living.

Since Westminster (bubble) council has not much serious business on its hands, can we not site an incineration plant or new breed of nuclear reactor there ?

Virgin Media to trial IPTV off-cable network

Robert Cunningham

Reality check Everyone

How weird is this. We need a reality check people. Virgin are only interest in high density areas. Always have been and never will alter from that path. BT provides a national service because we, the people, built the infrastructure prio to BT's existance as a private company.

Faster broadband for free?

Robert Cunningham

Work a treat

The i-plate is definitely worth the investment of £1.20 if you run your broadband modem off a house extension socket. I was boosted to 5 Mbit from 3.5/4 Mbit (real measured speed).

How the BBC plans to save your ISP

Robert Cunningham

Stuff and nonsence

Oh dear oh dear..

Another crazy example of the BBC trying to diversify from its core objectives. Let the ISP's figure out how to get content to the consumer. The last thing I want is the BBC wasting more of my cash on things they know very little about. I quite happily get BBC streams on BT Vision. BT/Virgin and all other the other ISP's have the experience in doing this stuff.

But out BBC, and watch my words when I say that it will only be a matter of time before the BBC petition the government that we all should pay an internet license!

BT preps 2000 per cent evening call price hike

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BT rate changes

Sounds fair to me. Why should people who make no commitment on a contract get the same level of discount as those who do commit. It just seems like simple economics.

SkypeIn goes out

Robert Cunningham

"the traditional telcos don't seem to be providing a much better service these days..."

Unfortunately, the Registers "unbiased editorial checker" program was down again today. So daft ill considered comments like this are getting through by unqualified journalists.


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