PASSENGERS riding through Gloucester Road tube station in London recently may have spotted an unusually handsome scene. Between the brick arches on one of the
Way back in the salad days of digitalputing (the 1940s and '50s),puters were made of vacuum tubes — big, hot, clunky devices that, when you got right down to it, were essentially glorified light bulbs. This is why early
London Underground to at least partly open all 11 tube lines, but RMT union accusespany of risking safety by talking up skeleton operations.
The idea of truly flexible displays never gets boring, and now LG has created its biggest bendable screen to date: an 18-inch OLED panel that has enough flexibility to roll into a tube that's an inch across.
In early August, Three also plans to launch a new app called InTouch that'll allow you to call and text over WiFi (O2's Tu Go app lets you do the same), making even tube platforms a stage for your loud and witty banter.
But the winner by a long stretch this year has to be the 20-person tube train tent we found pitched high up on a hill looking down at the Pyramid Stage. It's 15.5m long, 2.5m wide, and 1.9m high; sleeps 20 but has enough
tube bosses accused the union leadership of holding a pointless strike and "simply making it up as they go along", but the RMT said tube managers were "hell-bent on confrontation". A two-hour meeting at the arbitration
The Aussie tubehound Anthony Walsh gets unfairly barreled in Indo.
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