"At 40Mbph, that meant each test was conducted within 360 meters of one another – within the FCC rules."
I'd love to know more about how they managed to measure the car's speed in Mbph!
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"We call it the Cupertino idiot-tax operation for a reason."
Who could all these 'idiots' be, I wonder?
Oh, yeah ... "It charges $80 for a wireless mouse, FFS - our office has bought enough of them to know"
A case of foot meets mouth for El Reg, perhaps? :-D
(Not that I've escaped said tax either, courtesy of 4 kids ... the gift that keeps on taking).
Why publish this ...
SO. Which is more important to humanity: Facebook, or Portugal? (http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/01/20/which_is_more_important_to_humanity_facebook_or_portugal/)
when you've also published this by the same author ...
Facebook is MORE IMPORTANT to humanity than PORTUGAL (http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/01/20/facebook_global_economic_value_is_227_billion_dollars_claims_deloitte/)
Nah - She and her husband had separate bills in their own names (and charged separately), but registered at the same address. The husband then asked Rogers to consolidate his bills (land-line & mobile). But Rogers consolidated all phones registered to that address (including hers), irrespective of the fact that her phone was a discrete contract (i.e. in her name, not his).
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