"The scale of the opportunity is huge," he said.
In other words "Piss easy to get our hands on even MORE taxpayers cash. Trebles all round"
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Someone else who has not read the article:
"I've been up to the shop with the death certificate, with a letter from the crematorium, the funeral bills – even his ashes. I took everything I could."
I read this as she tried to cancel the contract in the first instance by showing the death certificate.
Game performance simply blazes
Thin and light body matched with Nexus line's clean, unobtrusive design
We want to see tap-to-turn-on functions on every tablet from now on
Solid battery life
Android has matured enough that apps generally hold up well on the bigger screen
Stuttering and pauses between app switches are too common
Slightly loose plastic backing gives the device a cheap feeling
White bleed from the top of the screen is unfortunate
Auto-EQ on speakers goes so far as to ruin certain music and loud scenes
8MP camera suffers from second-plus delays to shoot photos
sold $10 million in stock since Feb 14; and 9000 shares ($160,000) two days before the Apple 6/6+ announcement. Coincidence?
Apple may get the company on the cheap, but Apple pumped a load of cash into GT which allowed them to expand their operations. You can't compare what happened to Phones4U with this.
Very happy to be corrected on this but isn't it the WAY data is transferred that is the difference? I tried using a USB3 drive with Final Cut Pro and FCP was not happy.
However, an external Firewire 800 drive + FCP and all's well. On paper, FW800 is a hell of a lot slower than USB3. They are different technologies designed for different uses.
"She said that "improvements come with a price tag," and that BT was concerned that Ofcom's "few pennies per month" remark was woefully inadequate"
They do come with a price tag don't they? So how can BT afford to spunk nearly 900 million quid up the wall to pay for Champions League footy?
' ...... as they usually lack some combination of features I want."
I think you could say that about ANY phone on the market at the moment. Personally, I would like (slightly) bigger screen, but an SD slot is not a requirement for me.
Now if a manufacturer allowed you to order a bespoke phone where you can specify screen size, battery size, SD slot, OS (?) etc, they may be onto a winner.
Beer: because it's Friday
(One of the UK daytime TV bailiffy type series once showed some chaps turning up at Fujitsu with a warrant to seize kit to the value of a non-trivial debt the courts had found proven. Unfortunately I didn't see how it ended.)
The sheriffs were pissed about by the company for ages. Eventually Fujitsu found the dept responsible and paid up in full. They blamed the debt on an "administrative error" if I remember correctly.