I sure hope that doesn't work for all three articles, since sharks aren't fish...
Or the fact that HTC did the same crazy naming scheme and released the One X then doubled down next generation with what else but the One.
Most mobile phones don't have Ethernet cables. A live demo on a phone....means wireless.
A jug of distilled water is about $2. I don't know what kind of car you have where that much gas will take you 200 miles.
The fact that other cultures have done something may set a precedent but it does not make it any less arbitrary. To make something less arbitrary it has to have meaningful justification.
You don't trust Google to keep a basic list of phone numbers? Sounds like you are missing a lot of convience for no reason when you consider it comes as part of a larger package that makes a new phone pick right up where the old one left off.
I would buy a pair in an instant. Most of what I do on my phone is read things, so what better than having it in front of your eyes? Also, completely private personal movie viewing. Four people could with in a room and watch four different movies without any external devices if they wanted.
Given your predictions for transformation of humans into enhanced beings and eventually a transhumanist society do you feel there is an age in mind where if you are at or below said age death will be avoidable? If so, are we at that point and will twenty, thirty, or forty year olds today be able to cheat death in increments long enough to sustain them to immortality ?
...welcome our new hedge pruning, tree trimming, log cutting, Edward Chainsaw-hands overlords.
While that is one plan, they also Have A $15 a month for unlimited texting plus 10 cents a minute for voice. They also have a slightly less flexible plan that has not monthly charge. It's like 10 cents to send a text, 5 cents to receive, and a dollar a day plus 10 cents a minute when you use voice; voice calls after 7 do not incur the 10 cents/minute charge.
T-Mobile will sell you a SIM only (No Need To Buy A phone) for pay-as-you-go and is a pretty cheap option. Otherwise, many of the pay-as-you-go providers are CDMA based, But for SMS anyone should do.
It's funny when the editors don't catch unit typos in the summary. Feet instead of inches make me think a 9.5 foot display would be just fine. Only when you see they meant the Kindle display is the typo clear.
We have plenty of rare earth ores and oil....its just cheaper to get it elsewhere. Add a couple bucks per gadget/tank of gas and we could do it all here. Frankly, most oil lately has been coming from Canada which is essentially an immortal ally.
Its called an analogy. I dont have to go around explaining why I mention cars in them all the time, do I?