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Comment: Re:In before (Score 1) 147

by rezme (#47671625) Attached to: T-Mobile To Throttle Customers Who Use Unlimited LTE Data For Torrents/P2P
No, what they advertise is unlimited data from the phone. What they don't say is that once you hit 10 gb of 4g download on that "unlimited" plan, you have unlimited edge service. That said, I'm an extremely heavy data user and have only run up against that cap once in the 4 years I've been with them.

Comment: Re:Time Shifting? (Score 1) 317

by rezme (#47575251) Attached to: Ford, GM Sued Over Vehicles' Ability To Rip CD Music To Hard Drive
If that were the case, the ruling regarding computers being legal would be invalid. You would have to disregard the computer since the CDRom drive is capable of ripping music. Even given that the entertainment system is capable of ripping CDs, the fact that it's called an "infotainment system" gives the primary purpose right there. Providing information and entertainment. The system isn't marketed as a "CD Ripping system", it's just touted as one possible feature of the infotainment system.

Comment: Re:Black box data streaming (Score 1) 503

by rezme (#47501103) Attached to: Russia Prepares For Internet War Over Malaysian Jet
It's satellite based. My father did some of the work on the code that handles transitioning between satellites and ground stations as the plane travels the globe. Basically, the plane talks to a satellite, and the satellite hands the connection off to a ground station. As the plane moves, different satellites come into range while others pass out of it. The connection is transferred between the satellites during the trip.

What this country needs is a good five dollar plasma weapon.