John Tory (the next mayor of Toronto) has made statements actually supporting Uber. Thing is, although he's been elected he hasn't taken office yet, so he's not quite in a position to act. Be interesting to see what happens when he takes the helm, though.
With the Nexus 5 still in up-to-date advertising material, I'd say they haven't abandoned it yet. Hell, the page images show it running Android L and in more backing colours than were on the Play Store as I write this (Black, white, red).
I'm pretty sure that means they're not dropping the '50% of the price of an iPhone' feature of the line.
The page that the Nexus 6 is presented on still has a link to the Nexus 5. My personal theory at this time (unproven) is that they're keeping the Nexus 5 around as their lower-end model, since they don't have anything to replace its price point with. Hell, the Nexus 5 page now shows the device running Android L (Lollipop.)
Which is why I'll continue to use a passcode instead of activating fingerprint / facial recognition. Hell, my phone even straight-up told me that facial recognition is weaker than a passcode.
I'm assuming there's a missing < in there? 'I <3'
The IMEI isn't a routable phone number. It's an identifier (that is supposed to be) unique to each handset, somewhat like a serial number.
I just bought a couple of his books last week, knowing he wouldn't be around much longer. I haven't had time to fully read them yet (I'm maybe a hundred and fifty pages into Consider Phlebas) but from what I've read so far, the world is now a poorer place for having lost Mr. Banks.
Replying to cancel out an incorrect moderation. I did not want to set this as troll.
Guess what series I was reading when I came up with my current handle.
McCaffrey's books helped me get a jumpstart on literacy way back when. G'bye, Anne. Thanks for all the books.
I'm not sure if the loss of signal will be worth the loss of noise here.