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Drop in P2P Traffic Attributed to Traffic Shaping

Nazmun Re:Too much of a hassle (251 comments)

Dunno, where your goin... it typically takes me about a minute to find a good hd rip of any movie that is out on blu-ray, etc. Just look at the stats of a torrent before you download it and look more closely at what your downloading so you don't get a foreign version of it. It's really not that hard at all.

more than 5 years ago

Sony Takes Aim At Amazon's Kindle

Nazmun Free Wikipedia access (273 comments)

Actually the only thing the kindle has going for it (as far as I am concerned) is the free wireless wikipedia access. I think that is pretty damn cool. Without that feature I'd buy it for $150.

more than 5 years ago

AvantGo Shutting Down, Changing Markets

Nazmun Re:just as well (36 comments)

Meh, I'm using a family plan and chose one with unlimited SMS in it and it only costs about $20 more then the regular plan. Just got to find the right plan to use SMS, usually it's a rip-off if you use it as an add-on or worse pay per use.

more than 5 years ago

Sony Unveils PS3 Motion Controller

Nazmun Re:Too late in the game (210 comments)

I wouldn't be so sure... The ps3 is what still $300-$400 dollars (traditionally the early adopter price)? It won't even be a true mass market product until it gets to the $200 dollar phase. This round of consoles is really unique because of the disparity between the consoles in terms of processing power and also the massive cost on the higher end units (PS3 cost over $800 to produce at release). There is a good chance that the new nintendo system that may come out in a few years may be just as powerful if not a little less then the 4-5 year old ps3.

more than 5 years ago

DivX Pulls Plug on Stage6

Nazmun Stage 6 Bandwidth (84 comments)

The videos on stage6 also clearly used several times more bandwidth then youtube. The latest h.264 in flash is not any worse then divx. Infact, divx has been lagging for a while now and the only reason stage6 looked so much better was because it was far more bandwidth intensive. The operating cost of stage6 is going to be much more then youtube per view.

more than 6 years ago


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