This is the advanced notice that the company will no longer be discrete with your personal information or privacy, not that they ever were. They want to mine every bit of information they can from you, converting every user into a revenue generating machine.
Clearly the lifespan of humans was reduced, as you see people living 900+ years before the downgrade to 120 years, then afterwards, you see lifespans around 120 years. Whether or not the 120 years referred to both lifespan and time before flood, the lifespan results are logged as well.
Instead of counting megabytes, like we used to count sms messages or minutes, just give unlimited usage, but limit the max speed. want the fastest possible speed, pay the highest price. lowest speed, lowest price. billing would be simple, but then there's no money made in simple billing.
wasteoid writes: Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are the first to have fabricated carbon nanotube transistors (CNTs) that outperform the current-density of conventional semiconductors like silicon and gallium arsenide.
“When the transistors are turned on to the conductive state (meaning that current is able to pass through the CNT channel) the amount of current travelling through each CNT in the array approaches the fundamental quantum limit,” he tells nanotechweb.org. “Since the CNTs conduct in parallel, and the packing density and conductance per tube are very high, the overall current density is very high too – at nearly twice that of silicon’s. The result is that these CNT array FETs have a conductance that is seven times higher than any previous reported CNT array FET (field-effect transistor).