Wpisy oznaczone tagiem "3.6" (5)  

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The average American sucks down 34 gigabytes of data per day, half of that from videogames, says the latest update ...

Link: venturebeat.com/(…)americans-consume-36000000000000…

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You probably already saw that the average American tears through 34GB of data per person per day. Here's how the media has evolved these last few decades (sorry print), and below a way to compare your consumption with Joe Average.

Link: gizmodo.com/(…)how-36-zettabytes-of-data-get-consum…

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An estimate of US consumers' data consumption places the figure at 3.6 zettabytes per year. But most of that comprises pixels temporarily thrown onto the screen, not bytes permanently written to media.

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)americans-consume-36-zettabytes-…

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Mozilla just released the first official beta of Firefox 3.6, featuring built-in support for themes (Personas), improved performance, and more. Early adopters, your download is ready.

Link: lifehacker.com/(…)firefox-36-beta-1-officially-avai…

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The 'Namoroka' beta brings performance improvements, Personas, and several abilities Web developers should notice. With it, Mozilla is trying to move faster. Read this blog post by Stephen Shankland on Deep Tech.

Link: news.cnet.com/8301-30685_3-10387797-264.html…

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