skip one problem and move on to another!
Why don't all these companies try to fix their "supposed bandwidth saturation problem" first? See how this is going to work. They will start the service. Then realize people are slowing down the system and limit everyone to 3 hours of use a month.
Unless you are playing pong! That will get you 6 hours!
|reply to milkman82 |
I understand what these companies are doing. They are looking for new sources of revenue and growth. Nothing wrong with that but if they are admitting their core product that makes them what they are has reached maturity and/or is in decline, they should buy something to grow rather than build-from-scratch.
said by rradina:
They are looking for new sources of revenue and growth. they should buy something to grow rather than build-from-scratch.
Makes me wonder if one of them will buy a game company, like Electronic Arts.--
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