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Yeah, we have the same as well. With a minor upgrade recently that checks your speed and if you driving over speed limit it puts there red light right in front of you. Great for ecology, traffic fluence, safety... you name it!
Mind you, speed limit is enforced with no tolerance so even at 3AM driving 2 km/h over limit assures red light. Is rather bullying us then helping.
... the other tweet in question was a Family Guy quote
Ah, copyright infringement. No wonder they were kicked out.
You made me laugh loudly here, thx!
It's probably not the developers' fault, I think there is universal agreement that Android is much harder to develop for.
Citation needed. Really!
Yes but this is different matter here. One of the best Android out-of-the-box features is that you can lock it so that noone else can use that unless s/he knows your PIN/gesture/passwd/whatever. When the phone is locked, not even HW camera button works - and rightly so IMHO. Having soft camera button on the unlock screen kills it.
Furthermore I wonder if the camera launched by this soft button will still have that icon to get you to Gallery and browse all pictures taken in past
Another company that did that (motorola?) paid MS $5 per phone.
maybe it's time for email providers to do the same: "no logging into my account from foreign ip blocks unless i tell you its ok"
How do you tell them once you have gone travelling abroad without telling them because you forgot/had no time/whatever reason? What happens if you connect to some wifi that has internet connection routed via foreign gateway (think some mega corp)?
I'd vote for Area-51 and Rosewell
The last time I looked at the market on 2.2, it showed everything in ~ USD amounts.
Actually no, it shows prices in my local currency, according to current FX rate.