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Sprint representatives said students will receive 3 gigabytes of high-speed Internet access per month before throttling down to a slower 2G speed.
The swath of the park visible in the first image is 1.2 gigabytes of data that encompasses an area about 50 miles long by 25 miles wide.
The phones, which cost more than $550, all have 4 gigabytes of memory and 64GB of internal storage, plus that signature keyboard Kardashian is so fond of.
According to some estimates, self-driving cars generate as much as 25 gigabytes per hour, nearly 30 times more than a high-definition video stream.
The $179 Apple TV model comes with 32 gigabytes of storage, the $199 model has 64 GB (recommended for those who plan to use a lot of apps or play many games).
Cox, San Diego County’s largest cable provider, plans to tack on $10 for each additional 50 gigabytes of data used beyond a terabyte beginning in December.
The hackers stole 235 gigabytes of data, 22% of which have been identified, according to Mr. Rhee, who said he had been briefed by Defense Ministry officials.
Germany has seen a range of intrusions in past years, including a breach of its parliamentary network in 2015, when criminals stole 16 gigabytes of data.
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