Internet entertainment behemoth, Netflix, is continuing to block billions of IP addresses by the day in a bid to crack down on this “new wave piracy” of unauthorised geographical access.
It’s probably not a popular thing to say, but for all the talk that the Ideas Boom has been a bit of a Fizza, the industry seems to be doing a fine-job of starting-up itself.
That is the question my partner and I have been asking ourselves over the last nine years as Exetel has continued to refuse support and deny our claims that their service is inconsistent, patchy and drops out at random intervals.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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