People would trade their old cars in for one equipped with an Apple iCarStereo if it solved those problems.
When the nav/infotainment system is a small fraction of the cost of a car, it's not likely to shorten the expensive replacement cycles by much, if at all. And most of the proceeds of the new car doesn't go to Apple, so they won't even see much benefit.
Urschel acknowledges that he has faced questions from NFL officials, journalists, fans and fellow mathematicians about why he runs the risk of potential brain injury from playing football when he has "a bright career ahead of me in mathematics"
Funny how the NFL officials only care about potential brain injury on players who are good at math. If the risk of brain injury was truly that high, nobody should be playing it.
I've used Eclipse, and while I don't like the UI or feature set, it has at least been more stable during the times I've used it.
I'd take those odds.
Even for a shitty movie from Sony?
Considering that this build was not supposed to make its way out of Redmond and that the company is not releasing any new builds this year, this may be the best look we get until the Consumer Preview arrives.
If they're not releasing new builds, why did they recently introduce the fast/slow opt-in mode for how quickly you get access to the new builds?