The US FCC takes the first step to getting rid of net neutrality guidelines, we explain the reasons. Plus a sad moment of humanity leads to stolen source code and Qualcomm is the latest to promise wireless charging for electric cars.
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One thought on “DTNS 3033 – Thank Roger”
I would like to counter the title pick with “EEp… Op… OOp…heavy on the “poo”p…(rough first draft), thanks to Argle Bargle. Thanks Roger! I am so glad you are the producer (and I loved Jenny, too) because I still have VHS tapes with you on TechTV. You’rs not safe either, Tom, TechTV will live (or haunt you) forever! Thanks, too, Justin!