What u going to say on here if we get a big contract? "im really sorry for trying to put off investors here when in fact MTV has kept their promise and indeed have gained significant additional revenue sending the sp into orbit and changing investors financial lives for the better"? Or hopefully just disappear
I think you make a very good point. However, I don't see why a deal could not be done with MTV even though Archos supply them (that being said I'm not an expert). As always, DYOR, but I'll have a good think about what you've suggested - it could uncover either more elements of truth in the deal or elements or *******s.
Hope this could be true, however i seem to recall seeing somewhere Tesco supplier is a french company archos? Obviously with a good product we'd be able to enter negotiations as well, however if they already have a partner for a successful line and want to create a version 2, my first thoughts are they'd be inclined to stay with them...not trying to be negative, just thinking aloud
walky - "anticipates will provide significant additional revenues in the coming months"
Yes of course it will provide significant additional new revenues in the coming months. The £1,000,000 just raise is the 'significant additional revenues'.
Furthermore the fact that they've had another three yes that's right not one, not two but three equity fund raisings since the 13/09 would suggest no significant additional revenues is coming in from the actual business itself.
HOW MANY TIMES AM I GOING TO HAVE TO SPELL IT OUT.
Been having a wade through the archives on iii. There was a fair bit of discussion about the 6 inch antenna used for the demonstration in New York.
My take on that for what it's worth (being no kind of expert) is that they might have decided to use the cruddiest antenna available, just to show that it works well in less than ideal conditions. Viewers in those circumstances might normally be connected to cable, a bigger antenna on the appartment roof, or would use a bigger than 6" antenna if they had neither of the others? What sort of reception would a full sized TV be expected to get with a 6" antenna? (Passive antenna?) ---------------------
"Television software and services company Motive Television has confirmed the successful demonstration of the ability to watch over-the-air HD television channels on an iPad without the need of cable, satellite, or Internet. The New York demo utilises a small six-inch antenna plus Motive’s software to deliver all the free-to-air broadcasts in extremely high quality.
In the coming months, Motive anticipates completing its development of the Tablet TV product for the ATSC standard in the United States and launching it in a first Granite Television market early in 2013, making it possible for users of iPads, Android tablets, and other portable devices to watch and record television programmes directly from broadcast in any location. Beginning in the second half of 2013, Tablet TV will roll out to all major markets and cities in the US... David Woodman, Managing Director of the Americas for Motive, said the trial demonstrated the ability of the company’s technology to provide stunning picture quality on an iPad without being tethered to the Internet, a cellular phone connection, cable, or satellite – even in a major city............ " ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interesting also to see the pumps on not particularly astounding news, before each placing.
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