I stopped buying watches when my phone was small enough to carry in a pocket at all times. Motorola StarTac I believe was the clincher.
This. We build these for clients and run pfSense on them. Low power, no heat, supports a backup WAN connection with it's three ethernet interfaces. And you can add two more with USB Ethernet adapters.
No Android phone I've owned has the battery to support gaming. I've bought a few titles, but they collect dust now. I have an iPad, and that's where I do any sort of mobile gaming, because the battery doesn't melt under the load as fast.
The quoted text from Carreon is too long and you get the feeling someone fell asleep writing it. I re-read it a second time, imagining better formatting and it read better, IMO.
...Turbo switches on our workstations again like back in the day?
The impending digital conversion going through the Chicagoland area will fix alot of issues. They still have too much analog clogging up the wire.
Rumor is the Wolves may go to WPWR full-time next season!
...and still count the problems I've had with them on one hand, including the massive @Home outage.
Meanwhile, I love the 20Mbps connection that's more reliable that most of my client's DSL and T1 lines. And two years ago they rolled a truck to fix a problem caused by a repair crew working on a different issue about 45 minutes after my phone call.