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Australians want data. Lots of it.
The country consumed about 50 percent more data in the last three months of 2015 than in the same period in 2014, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ (ABS) twice-yearly Internet activity report, which was released Wednesday.
That’s 1.71 million terabytes, up from 1.15 million terabytes in 2014. It’s also a 23.5 percent increase on the three months preceding June 30, 2015, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to stop there.
In the year Netflix launched in Australia, along with homegrown streaming options like Presto and Stan, that increase is not too surprising. Not a month after Netflix launched in March 2015, Internet service providers like iiNet were already feeling the strain from the spectacular spike in demand. Read more…
Hallelujah, there’s a way around Pope traffic, at least for Manhattanites. And as always on very expensive island, it comes at a cost
Blade, a startup that provides Uber-like on-demand rides in helicopters, is offering rides across Manhattan for $ 95 on Friday, September 25th when the pope will be in New York City.
The head of the Catholic church is in the midst of a trip through the U.S. that has caused traffic snarls everywhere he goes due to tight security. Manhattan, where Pope Francis is staying, is expected to be a complete disaster
Blade’s flights will travel about three miles, moving between 30th street on the far west side of Manhattan and ending at 34th street on the east side. The rides will be available during rush hour from 7:45 A.M. to 10 A.M. and then again from 5 P.M. to 7 P.M. Blade said the trips will take between five and eight minutes. Read more…