Or, why auto-updates and looks matter more than speed in a router
When the Google OnHub router was announced, I was excited. Not just because the client software was developed at Google Waterloo where I used to work, but because the router represents Google continuing to take seriously the fact that how people get on to the internet is as important as what they use on it (the first play being Google Chrome . . .
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