plenty of people use less than 1GB/month by habit or by intention. for them, $30/month is pretty awesome.
I could see a company using this as a thin client for employees that remote into centralized VM desktops, especially if their needs are limited.
I know most people in my company do anything of consequence on remote servers/desktops.
Their local machine is mostly just web browsing and email.
it's first gen.
prices will go down.
but realistically, where else are you going to get a $99 general purpose desktop computer that you can put in your pocket and carry around?
it is a continuous phenomenon, it just shifts geographically.
yes, it is debt collection.
You're a fucking moron. How does "access without authorization" warrant a 35 year sentence? Rapists and murderers get less than that. That's the whole problem here. Fuck you.
Rapists also engage in access without authorization.
should we leave the possibility of a shorter than 35 year sentence up to the discretion and good will of the prosecutor or should we have laws that provide for reasonable punishment?
it will not only drop off your package at your door but it will also trim your hedges....and trees...and roof...and head if your too close.
and since we're all dropping LED lights into our home already, one could imagine a future scenarios where the power socket of your bulbs can transmit data from your router to a local sub-room data broadcast (i.e. directly above your location in the home). Uploads could still be wifi based.
i could see this working at a desk, where the user plops down their laptop and instead of jumping on their company's wifi, they're linked to the company's optical net by an LED on their desk which transmits at gigabits/second.
it's LiFi. Don't believe it.
Sorry if this offends comic fans
And what about the rest of us? You insensitive clod!
I think Daredevil is pretty awesome. Although it's disappointing that he doesn't kill people.
I use XM Radio @ $5/month for audio access to all the live political and news TV shows you mention. I don't get to "watch" them, but I get to listen to them on my daily commute. Occasionally they reference a video or an image they are displaying, but 95% of the time, I don't feel like I'm missing anything with just the audio.
The $8/month is sort of a subsidized rate as they attempt to build out the business and run at a loss or near break even point. I'm sure that long term growth and profitability of their service will come with monthly fees of $15+/month...and people will happily pay it. It's worth that much even now.
might cost him $200M but will cost his neighbors more