...if Google stays involved. One real obstacle to the practicality of flying cars has always been the skill and training required to operate one. As 2D autonomous cars approach real-world-readiness, watch for experiments with 3D autonomous cars to start in earnest.
With Apple, Google and Microsoft products out of the running (and presumably Blackberry as well, since they've long supported encryption), the U.S. government would have to buy their cellphones from some sketchy Chinese manufacturers. Good thinking, dorkhead.
Given that Canada is ALREADY facing a $500 million claim from Eli Lilly over 'potential lost price gouging opportunities', I can't help but wonder if this study takes the costs of ISDS settlements into account in coming up with the tiny net gains. If they're not already counted in there, the net effect could actually be negative.
Fortunately, in most of the major markets, Canadians have the choice of ditching Bell/Robbers as their ISP and going with any one of several smaller ISPs that offer truly unlimited Internet - if only they're smart enough to do so...