joannanelius
Joanna Nelius
joannanelius
Staff Reporter, Reviews at Gizmodo. Formerly PC Gamer, Maximum PC.
Jan 22
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The BrobandNow report literally says “70% of Americans had access to low-priced wired broadband plans compared to 52% measured YoY in the 2019 Q4 report.” That’s a fact as much as the 30% of Americans without access is a fact. The rest of my article goes on to point out why that 70% number is still an issue.

As for the Read more

Jan 22
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I personally don’t agree with the $60 definition either, but it’s the parameter being used with the data.

Jan 21
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If you read past the headline, you’ll see I do address the difference between access and affordability. With regards majors ISPs running wired broadband to rural areas, I routinely cover the digital divide and am well aware of how screwed our internet infrastructure is. This article in particular just focuses on one Read more

Jan 19
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OneDrive Basic is free up to 5GB, but there’s pricing tiers after that. MS Office Online is free, but many features that come with the full versions of Word, Excel, etc. require users to upgrade to a paid plan. OneDrive/Office can be free, but they are only free up to a certain point. So yes, technically OneDrive and O Read more

Jan 19
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Look, if someone explains not to push the big red button because it could do XYZ to your PC, and if that person chooses to do that anyway, that’s kind of on that person.

Jan 12
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That seems to be the case. They called this the GEN 1 in their PR materials.

Jan 6
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Will echo what everyone else has said and say that you’ll be good for a while. Years, even. :) 

Jan 6
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I think what you’re seeing is mainly the result of production/shipping delays and demand outpacing what the foundries can reasonable produce. All three of those companies use TSMC to make their chips. But not only does TSMC have limited capabilities to make the smaller node chips, like Apple’s M1, they are flooded Read more