PS3 UK vs USA pricing – ripoff Britain

Sorry if you’re tired of hearing about ripoff Britain, but this has really got my goat!

In the USA you can now get (From Amazon.com) the PS3 40GB Spider-Man Movie Pack for only $399.99, where as on Amazon UK we can get the plain PS3 40GB console on it’s own for £299.99 – does this . . . → Read More: PS3 UK vs USA pricing – ripoff Britain

The £169 Laptop – On sale 1st November

Last month PC Pro wrote a hands-on review of the Asustek Eee PC, which is their interpretation of the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC).

On the 1st of November this year we will see RM start selling this ultra portable computer as the RM Asus miniBook in the UK.

Spec-wise they are very reasonable, it . . . → Read More: The £169 Laptop – On sale 1st November

Virgin Media ADSL – Latency is killing the service

For some time one of our ADSL lines has been serviced by Virgin.net – now Virgin Media, and from my own experience I really wouldn’t recommend them to any of my friends at the moment.

Why, you ask, wouldn’t I recommend them, I do this on two counts:

The provide telephone support on an 0906 . . . → Read More: Virgin Media ADSL – Latency is killing the service

I’ve got my Amateur Radio Licence – Finally :-)

Yes, I can’t quite believe it but, after my call to OfCom yesterday, and then an email off to the RSGB as well, I got a reply telling me that they had just done the detail transfer over to OfCom and that if I retried they were sure I’d be successful this time.

So, I . . . → Read More: I’ve got my Amateur Radio Licence – Finally 🙂

Current property market

Having just watched a program about the current property market and the comments about affordability that not only this program mentioned but that is also all over the press at the moment I thought I would share my comments on this.

All we are hearing about in the media is about the current house price . . . → Read More: Current property market

Local Nights Out goes green

With the Government’s Energy White Paper aiming to cut carbon emissions up to 60% by 2050, every business in the UK is feeling the strain of reducing their carbon footprint. But, here at Localnightsout.com, we have made a serious commitment to our customers and the environment.

We are pledging to plant a tree for every . . . → Read More: Local Nights Out goes green

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