So from now on whenever you say things like 'you wouldn't want to out of this over the weekend', ....'this could be the day for the big RNS'...'MM know something', will you back your apparently unfounded insinuations with facts??
Or will just start throwing insults and crying to ADMIN like a spoilt child?
I've been sniffing around MTV for a while, mainly because its so cheap! I've been doing some research and hopefully someone can answer a few things for me.
Having googled their TabletTV receivers and checked on Amazon it seems almost idiotic that they don't currently support Android, as Android have a VAST majority of the mobile operating system market. iPads and iPhones may be the most popular devices, but far more devices use Android. In my opinion the Android market should have been targeted first. It also seems to me that there are far better products on the market for watching TV on your tablet or phone....cheaper, smaller, support both Android and IOS etc, so for me that side of the business is worthless (from an investment growth perspective).
The thing that does intrigue me are the contracts with ships. What are peoples opinions on this side of the business in terms of growth and profit generation?
What are peoples opinions on the patents? Anyone know exactly what they are? Having a patent on something that no-one is ever likely to want to use/copy has no real value so it would be interesting to understand more about them.
I hope you/they are keeping a close eye on this BB today, it seems there are the usual bunch here NOT to share or discuss research facts but simply to provoke those invested into replying with posts they can report.
When Mr Dispicable turns up (he who insults disabled people) we always know things are likely to sink to a new low.
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