I wonder if Microsoft is doing this for legal reasons. If the go far enough from the shore, they're in international waters, and are not subject to national laws anymore.
Also, how can plug-design speed up charge time 24 times?
More voltage, more amps?
I live in Québec city and we're the lucky ones: Bell Canada decided to start their Fiber to the home program (Bell Fibe) in our town!
I paid 50$ for the install, the tech spend 4 hours installing the fiber in my apartment and told me that it once took him 8 hours to do the install in an old house.
Now I have 50/50 Internet (50 Mbps downlink, 50 Mbps uplink with a 250 GB/month cap) for 63$ per month and I'm really enjoying it!
Granted, it's part of a bitter turf war with the cable provider (Videotron) but that's another example of competition being good for the consumers!
... WebAPI will developed
Ha yes, the good old future past tense. I will liked it a lot!
In a lot of the intersections, there were no green arrows so in some places the only way for people to get across the street was to run a red light. And not just one person would run the light, but four or five.
I spent some time in LA last year and it was still like that. I remember the first time the light turned red when I was waiting to turn left, drivers on the other side of the street waved at me to go on the red light. It's really counterintuitive at first but it makes a lot of sense after a few times.
It's just important not to continue doing this outside LA.
Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards. -- Aldous Huxley