Does that count as similar?
Rock faced embarrassment last year when he was photographed walking up Downing Street clutching a document outlining progress on hundreds of pledges made by the coalition. Ed Miliband said the document, which admitted that some of the 399 pledges had not been met, was an "audit of coalition broken promises".
He has embarrased the current government. So there is a reason to implicate him.
I for one don't believe off the bat that these charges are legitimate.
Ironclad logic in the US. Flawed logic in proper a society.
Every time I install a new Ubuntu I go for the classic Gnome shell (which seems to have to be renamed in newer versions, because "we linux users are not afraid of change").
I'm sorry, but I don't want my UI to change drastically. Then I have to learn something new and I find myself to old to do this for trivial tasks like the use of my computer.
No, I also don't like or want to use Windows 8's metro interface or Office 2010's ribbon.
*Error* Faith in humanity not restored. Cancel, Retry or Ignore.
Some of you have suggested we're not listening; on the contrary, some of us are 'listening' pretty much full-time.
Good, you're listening. But obviously you are deaf. I have yet to see a single comment saying the beta design is good. Forget the bugs. The design is what people bitch and moan about.
Even more: most people ask to leave that beta and keep the current slashdot. But you keep on going forward. Keep on mentioning to make it better, fix bugs, etc. So if you are listening you are obviously deaf.
The majority of the users want the current layout. Simple as that. You can stop developing, stop putting effort in fixing bugs, because you are fixing bugs in something that is not wanted.
Which is strange, because I never had those kind of issues with Garmin or TomTom.
For simple navigation, there is a choice of pickings. If you want realtime data like Waze or TomTom gives, I don't know if that's available yet, but the biggest problem with that is infrastructure and the cost associated with that. That's probably why Waze was sold to Google. Just try to set up and maintain a serverfarm that does live traffic reporting and you'll know.
Ok, all very nice. But now you have access to the camera. How can I see that you are not using it all the time? Just ask for access when you are going to use it, not when you install an app that may want to use it.
IMHO this is a flaw in Android app permissions.