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Comment: Re:Switch off; turn on! (Score 1) 228

by genner (#48883997) Attached to: Eric Schmidt: Our Perception of the Internet Will Fade

Imagine you walk into a room, and the room is dynamic. And with your permission and all of that, you are interacting with the things going on in the room.

Wow. Does he realize how completely out of touch with reality that sounds? He says *imagine* when in the future, with [my] technology, you will be able to "interact with the things going on in the room."

NEWS FLASH! I can now, Eric Schmidt. And anyone can. All you have to do it turn off your cell phone and begin interacting!

Cell phones come with an off button now? When did that happen?

Comment: Re:Does that mean Batman has superpowers after all (Score 1) 221

by genner (#48635269) Attached to: Hackers' Shutdown of 'The Interview' Confirms Coding Is a Superpower

Dude, he was able to beat up Superman because he had brains. Superman was like the lifter on the beach, always showing off.

That and Batman had that Kyptonight ring....

LOL

Nope it was all hacking. It clearly ranks up there with super strength and speed.

AT&T

AT&T Won't Do In-Flight Wi-Fi After All 35

Posted by timothy
from the back-to-the-ebooks dept.
jfruh writes In-flight Wi-Fi services tend to be expensive and disappointingly slow. So when AT&T announced a few months ago that it was planning on getting into the business, with customer airlines being able to connect to AT&T's LTE network instead of slow satellite services, the industry shook. But now AT&T has announced that, upon further review, they're not going to bother.

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