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What am I worth? We don't have enough data yet to generate this report.However can the same be said for her restaurant SUR?
I'm sure fans have probably thought about it, so let me try to answer the very important question of how much SUR makes a year. One would think that SUR is raking in the dough, especially with the restaurant and lounge being featured on a Bravo reality series and probably gaining more customers thanks to its now famous employees. I know I do. However, that doesn't mean the numbers are wrong. You must keep in mind that the year-old reality star runs 26 restaurants with her husband Ken Todd, including Villa Blanca and Pump, which are also based in LA and often mentioned on Vanderpump Rules.
And, if you compare SUR's estimated annual income to what Villa Blanca makes, since they are similar restaurants, it appears they are on the same level. As for Pump, a report regarding it's annual revenue is MIA. Let's take this a step further. If Manta's reports regarding what SUR makes a year are true, then I guess you could say Lisa is kicking ass in the restaurant game.
Images: Bravo; Giphy 3.TomTom GO Mobile is the navigation app with offline maps, and precise traffic and speed camera alerts. These help save time and money and let you drive new roads in over countries. Discover the road ahead in over countries, with millions of points of interest, that make you feel like a local anywhere. Intelligent routing gives you peace of mind, safe in the knowledge this is your perfect journey. Enjoy a hassle-free drive thanks to live traffic and speed camera alerts without pesky ads.
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In Touch Weekly shared the details of what Tom is making on the show. Honestly, it isn't near as high as other reality stars out there. This isn't going to make Sandoval rich, but is an okay income considering that he still has his job at SUR as well. That is a pretty big increase and really helps his income. This show is doing so great it doesn't look like it will be going anywhere.
There has been a lot of talk about the fact that one of them are working very much at SUR now that they show is taking off and doing so well. So how did Tom's income get revealed? Well his manager, who says he got him the job on the show, is not suing him. It turns out that Tom wanted to cut ties with him and said he "didn't feel like paying him anymore.
Of course, the manager wasn't okay with this at all.
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This case has already been settled, but no word on what the manager got if anything. Right now, Tom Sandoval is dating Ariana from the show. The two are planning to buy a house together at some point. Since they are starting to make pretty good money from the show, that is going to make their plans even easier. Tom and Ariana don't have plans to get married just yet, but they do have plans to be together long term and seem like a perfect match.
Ariana doesn't have any desire to ever get married, but Tom may be able to change her mind somehow eventually. Are you shocked to hear what Tom Sandoval is making on "Vanderpump Rules"? Do you think that they deserve to be paid more?
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We last chin-stroked our way through reviewing TomTom's sat nav app in Decemberfinding it a fine app, if maybe too expensive compared to its free — and mostly pretty sturdy — rivals. That was on iOS, but now, just a few months later, TomTom have double-upped the ante, with an updated Android-only for now app and a new and interesting pricing plan.
So for once, your iPhone-packing chums can look over your shoulder enviously.
Well, slightly enviously; it's only a sat nav. Although much about TomTom Go Mobile for Android is exactly as you'd expect, there's something new here: the pricing. Now pay attention, class. You get 50 free miles of navigation including TomTom Traffic and speed camera alerts every month, for free. So for a lot of users it'll be completely free.
Although equally, of course, many users will will find it's not. For most users, that will be considerably cheaper than the current app with Traffic and speed camera data. If you didn't use those services then it's still cheaper for the first two years and then, well, it's not.
If you're a payment refusenik, you will still be able to use the app to browse the map, see traffic on the map, search for POIs and even plan routes, but you won't get turn-by-turn instructions until the month is up and you get another 50 miles of free navigation. It's a freemium app, in short. Oh, and if you have the previous Android app, you can upgrade to this for 50p — the minimum charge on the Google Play Store for an in-app purchase — inclusive of a three-year sub.
Again, a decent deal.
As the map is downloaded to your phone, you can route for free before setting off. There's the expected address search via address, point of interest or plucked from contacts. You can even add an address to a phone contact direct from the app, which is handy. Also very slick is a "contacts map" which shows all your contacts on one map: you then pinch zoom in to the pal you want to visit, and then set off.
Any destination can be added to favourite routes with a poke. If only standalone satnavs made this so easy. Route planning can be tweaked via fastest, shortest, most eco-friendly, motorway avoiding and walking and cycling routes, with toll roads, carpool lanes, ferries and — randomly — unpaved roads avoided. As it's an app, tinkering to imprisonable levels of OCD is encouraged, if you're that person. Load up your app and you're asked to download your map of choice.
The UK map is Mb, so takes a minute or two to download over a wifi connection. Then plug a menu button and there's a nice, transparent UI overlaid over your current whereabouts. Before you start, if you're attached to a network, your map flashes up real time, at-a-glance traffic information, including delays, so you can avoid any red bits. This is enormously helpful as you can pre-plan your route based on live traffic information.
And a nice touch is the option to go straight to favourites from the boot screen. As it's a smartphone app, you can choose between portrait and landscape mode, although landscape mode adds a handy "route bar" that lists traffic incidents, speed cameras or petrol stations further ahead on your route on a y-axis that's scrollable. Once you're on the road, you'll find that at the bottom of the screen there's a continual reminder of how many miles you've got left, next to a huge "Upgrade" button.
The maps are clear, concise and still pretty much best-in-class, with a calming, default robot lady easing you to your destination with well judged directions.TomTom N. Founded in and headquartered in AmsterdamTomTom released its first generation of satellite navigation devices to market in As of [update] the company has 5, employees worldwide and operations in 29 countries throughout EuropeAsia-Pacificand the Americas. The company was founded in and, untildeveloped business-to-business applications such as meter reading and bar-code reading.
Subsequently, the company moved its focus to PDA software for the consumer market. Early mapping software included EnRoute, Citymaps and Routeplanner. It had a 3. In TomTom launched the first personal navigation device PNDcreating a new consumer electronics category.
The company has since sold nearly 80 million PND devices worldwide. For the version 5 release, the Traffic subscription service was rebranded 'TomTom Plus'. Weather information and the ability to download new voices and other content were added.
The and added hands-free calling, a faster CPU and expanded mapping and storage. The One was also significantly slimmer than the earlier Go devices, at the expense of shorter battery life. The and stored maps on an SD cardwhile the had a 20GB hard drive. Text-to-speech was supported only on the Compared with the andthe One XL, with a slightly larger screen, did not have hands-free calling capability and had a slower CPU, fewer bundled accessories and a lower price.
NavCore 7 had Map Share, allowing drivers to notify TomTom of closed roads, and for other drivers to share those updates and speech recognition. All x 20s included an FM transmitter and an MP3 player. Launch models were the andwhile thereleased Q4added Enhanced Positioning Technology, which estimated vehicle position when out of GPS range such as when travelling through tunnels. Text-to-speech was supported across the range. NavCore 7 was released for all older TomTom all-in-one devices with the purchase of a new, compatible map.
TomTom said that they would not make a standalone release of the software, but in reversed this policy, and Navigator 7 was made available for general sale, without text-to-speech or speech recognition; as of [update] TomTom had not produced a further version.
New features included IQ Routes, which estimated journey times based on average recorded speeds, rather than speed limits, and Advanced Lane Guidance, an on-screen representation of the correct lane to take. Thelike the x20, had Enhanced Positioning Technology. The Go x 40 series, with NavCore 8. Compared with the x 40, changes were relatively minor. The MP3 player and FM transmitter were removed from the to the They do not have a micro-SD slot, and are restricted to a maximum of 2GB of internal storage, Bluetooth hands-free, and voice control.
As a result, the company changed its strategy to focus more on selling directly to carmakers rather than consumers.By Joe Pinkstone For Mailonline. The company is scrapping its promise of 'a lifetime' of sat-nav map updates for 66 older models. Customers were sent emails informing them that active subscriptions to map updates will continue until subscriptions run out.
However, customers will not be able to renew maps or receive new software updates - a move which has angered many sat-nav owners. Users with older TomTom devices may see their device become increasingly inaccurate as the company withdraws support on 'lifetime' maps promise.
The Dutch firm say sizes of maps has increased by 5GB in eight years and this is a problem for older processors. In a statement published on its website, the Dutch navigation firm said: 'Some of our older generation navigation devices do not have sufficient resources to run the newest maps and software available. The company points to the continued memory demands for accurate mapping as the main reason for the unpopular move. It claims that sincea European map has increased in size by almost 5GB - from 1.
The increase in memory size of many of the maps is too much for some older models to process. The Dutch company has provided a list of all the models that will no longer receive updates and 'will become out-of-date and as such navigation will be less accurate,' according to the company. This, according to TomTom, is too big a jump for many of its older devices to handle.
The company admitted that users will not be able to renew maps or services and that maps 'will become out-of-date and as such navigation will be less accurate. Users took to twitter to voice their disgust at the company's decision to stop updating maps. Despite making some of its devices useless, the company did direct people to some newer models that still feature map updates. It said in the statement: 'This may be the perfect opportunity to discover what our new range of navigation products has to offer you.
Lifetime products sold by by TomTom - including maps - are considered to 'the useful life of the device' by the manufacturer. Users are unlikely to get a refund. John McGowan tweeted: ''lifetime' apps means for as long as you say my TomTom has a life.
In its statement, TomTom clarified why users will be unlikely to get a refund. It says: 'lifetime means the useful life of the device, i. The online backlash from betrayed consumers has seen some vow to never use a TomTom device again.