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Comment: Re:Getting in touch with my inner Grammar Nazi (Score 1) 96

by Daikiki (#45160173) Attached to: Intel's 14nm Broadwell Delayed Because of Low Yield

It's too short a season to grapple with so harsh a critique of this minor a transgression.

Sorry. I guess that was a bit like scratching a chalkboard, but I personally rather like this particular grammatical construct. It's efficient and it front loads the subjective point the author is trying to make, making comprehension easier. Compare: "The season is too short to grapple with a critique that's so harsh of a transgression that's this minor."

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ITU Rules That WiMax, LTE Don't Qualify As 4G 137

Posted by timothy
from the ok-roll-camera-but-say-3g-plus dept.
GMGruman writes "It's official: All those ads and vendor claims about 4G services being offered today or being right around the corner are fiction. The international standards body ITU has ruled that Clearwire's WiMax network and the LTE systems that Verizon and others are just starting to roll out are not in fact 4G services. Oops."

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