Cisco and 12 partners in southern Vienna presented the first Internet-house in Austria. From the outside, the house looks like a normal prefabricated building. But on the inside, it is equipped with sophisticated Internet infrastructure. A Cisco Austria spokeswoman said the home is for sale for about $150,000. Similar projects are done by Cisco in Australia, France and Italy. The building's central nervous system is the server on the ground floor. There are also notebooks in the kitchen and living room. From there, everything is controlled: You can send recipes from the Internet to the oven; you're able to watch a visitor at your front door and let him in; and a touch-screen on the living room gives people access to all of the building's functions. Over this screen is a webcam, so the world can watch. The owner is able to control the garden from his house as well.
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With swankier mobiles likely to cost more, O2's 4G could start to get very expensive. If you had a £15 per month smart phone and wanted 3GB of data per month, you'd end up paying a whopping £42 per month. Ouch. O2's data offering is not particularly generous, with a maximum offering of just 8GB, which will drop down to 5GB per month after 31 October when O2's introductory extra data offer expires. Update: O2 has been in touch to clarify that in fact your data won't drop after 31 October, but rather you'll only get the higher 5GB and 8GB data options if you sign up before that date. It's a sweetener for those who sign up to 4G as soon as it's available, though there are plenty of reasons not to sign up for an LTE contract straight away, such as low national coverage and the possibility of better deals from the likes of Three.
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