Indeed, but I'm not too hopefull after this video from Mobile World:
I hope they are working on this NOW, it is THE defining factor for this to succeed, it has to become a W3C / RFC standard and be sold as the solution to adopt eventually... maybe in HTML 5.2 or something!
I just hope that Tizen, Ubuntu, FirefoxOS et al. can agree on a common WebApp API...
Take a look at Hurricane Electric, they offer free tunnel, dns hosting, etc.
Oh, and an awesome IPv6 training program for which you can get a t-shirt if you finish it!
You can be up and running on an IPv6 tunnel from anywhere in 30 seconds!
Try Black Mirror S01E03
It doesn't seem like they know what they are doing:
I was completely baffled too as they almost disapeared from the market while they are much more usefull...
Also, 2560x1600 are cheap on Nexus 10 but not on 30" ?! WHY!!!
Well, useless fantasy information ending where it belongs?
I suggest you go play with NetBSD, you insensitive druid!
... or die trying.
Not mentionning that Bell forces people to rent a VDSL modem even when they are not their customer!
This is what I've gathered from forums and verified from the latest modem they seem to be shipping for VDSL service:
If anyone manages to rip Bell's parallel connection from there it'd be nice, though I'm wondering why they are the only one managing the firmware upgrades (and the many backdoors!)