Obviously you don't know that all retail services measure caps in megabytes and that they have nothing at all to do with technology. It's like complaining about other people having fast cars because you live on a dirt road.
still measured in fucking megabytes
Storage is measured in megabytes, network is measured in megabits/second. In real-world usage mbps still plenty for most activities, assuming you are actually getting it. 10mbps is enough for an office full of people to use for email, web, voip, et cetera without noticing any issues. The problem is oversubscription of the wireless network so that although you can theoretically get hundreds of mbps, you are actually getting hundreds of kbps, and then only in bursts.
Well, if they get the airframe working well they can come back later and squeeze in a V8 like this. http://www.h1v8.com/page/page/...
I know there's a precedent, but it's a silly one. An ISP participating in Open Connect improves the product of both companies. The ISP reduces the traffic on their network and Netflix performance is better for that ISPs customers. Charging for caching the content would be like trying to charge for peering, the revenue it might be worth is nothing compared to the savings from reducing the load on the network.
You mean this? https://signup.netflix.com/ope... This is already live and any ISP that wants to reduce their Internet drain costs is participating.
Hah, that's the first thing I thought of as well. He could have accepted that $50,000 and now be trying to get that domain back.
Everywhere I've lived in the US 'below zero' means 'below zero, which is a number, and that number is not 32'.
The imperial presidency started with Lincoln and has been increasing in spurts ever since.
How much to put an F-35 on Mars?
Buttons suck vs keyboard and mouse but many people choose convenience and price over maximum performance. Smartphones eat into the more casual console gamers just like consoles eat into the more casual PC gamers.
The whole point is that it probably has, and their security is so bad they can't even detect it, let alone prevent it.
It's graphene all the way down.
It sounds like this is just very high speed On Off Keying, which is not only limited by modulation but also by the ability to clearly receive that signal on the far end.
This could be an alternative to coherent phase shift keying as a short range 100G+ interconnect though, where dispersion and noise aren't an issue.
If Tesla's design doesn't account for this then personally I'd count that as a flaw, but go ahead, keep thinking it's not Tesla's problem to fix... If Tesla's design doesn't account for this then personally I'd count that as a flaw, but go ahead, keep thinking it's not Tesla's problem to fix...
So the price of every new Tesla should include a certified electrician auditing and correcting the wiring in the owners house?
Maybe all car companies should also bundle mandatory driving lessons. A large number of drivers are morons, and the designs should account for that.
I think it's absolutely about people who don't pay tax and do get benefits. I suppose all the high cost benefits require some kind of identification though.