The biggest problem with wireless data is the price of subscriptions.
Some of Motherboard’s favorite stories from this week.
For years Israel banned 3G mobile technology in occupied Palestine, blocking the high-speed data needed for GPS, streaming music, or sending emails on your phone.
The company raised the throttle limit to 22 GB, after which you’ll be kicked to 3G speeds.
Google just inked its first big agreement with the country for its Loon project.
Over the last 15years, global internet use has increased almost seven-fold from 6.5 to 43 percent.