Except when they just disconnect you. Which has happened to me more than one time. However I've found in those cases it is almost always effective to start swearing at the IVR and it gets you over to a CSR.
Not everyone running the company has enough power to do this unfortunately and many that would try would be removed by the board.
One of these days...
Google takes the same size cut of the pie as Apple.
To be perfectly fair this is roughly how Microsoft achieved success. Let someone else blaze the trail and then come pave them over.
I suspect it is your phone mostly. The biggest problem Android has is that there is a huge quality range from phone to phone and manufacturer to manufacturer. The software and modifications that HTC, Motorola, and Samsung force on Android users are horrendous and lead to some absolutely horrible experiences with worse performance.
If you use the Android that Google releases (or something close to it, like Asus) there is a world of difference and (to me) a superior experience to iOS.
To be perfectly honest it's not really "in" the cargo pants...
Apple has been steadily decreasing the number of Samsung parts. Also is Samsung has to stop selling a few parts in order to sell a few phones (which I suspect are higher margin AND higher revenue) it makes perfect sense.
You're reading it wrong. He is saying Apple objected because they were asked to pay more for Samsung's FRAND patents then other FRAND patents (from other companies) not that Samsung was trying to charge them more than they were charging other companies.
The post was not worded as clearly as it could have been.
So you're saying the Real GDP quadrupled? Seems pretty good to me...
Heh, it required a little back in the days of 40 man raids but it was never that hard.
When they completely removed all challenge and need for skill WoW became a very pretty Zynga game that was all about grinding out time and not about fun... Since we don't care what Zynga does (unless it's go bankrupt) is this even still new for nerds?
This is likely a large part of why Google's newest boondoggle (the Nexus Q) is designed AND built in the USA.
Not just win the Senate mind you but win at least 60 votes in the senate, they might have a realistic shot at a simple majority depending on which candidate screws the pooch harder between now and November but getting 60 votes total when only 33 spots are up for grabs (23 are democrat though) means they need to win 13 of 23 seats and not lose any themselves... with a US Senate incumbent reelection rate of greater than 75% over the last 30 years that seems like a very long shot.