This week we discuss Facebook Home, Telecom's 4G LTE news, HP's massive loss in NZ, HP Moonshot server, new products from Panasonic including bone conduction headphones and the devices for the digital TV switchover.
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Comment by Kawaii Gardiner, on 11-Apr-2013 01:14
What annoys me the most about chorus is how long it is actually taking to build the network - how long has it been and they still haven't even broken up the road where I am in Upper Hutt. I really have to ask myself that with the amount of procrastination is getting to the point where I have to ask why we're even bothering with UFB in the end.
Regarding LTE - unless they bring down the cost to the same pricing as fixed line broadband you won't see people replace their fixed line with LTE. Sorry but $50 for 4GB is insane.
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