They did get around to (mostly) repairing that after a bit
Yeah, about 3 or 4 weeks. How long do you think you would have waited on Android?
Blame the carriers for that one. One would almost think they would want more secure devices on their network, but, whatever.
I propose a novel treatment: Seal pure water into a container and place it into a microwave oven for 1 millisecond (or a microsecond for extreme cases). Sell it as a homopathic treatment for $50/ounce.
Then shake shake shake. Then shake some more. Once you're done, shake....Shake, shake, repeat.
I tried to google this but I told me the news was too old.
Why did you tell you that?
You didn't. It was me. Stop stealing my thunder.
Let's assume for a moment that the principal spent the last 35ish years off this planet and hence does not know what a Stormtrooper is...
What does he see? A guy in a plastic suit. Why would anyone who has anything indecent in mind put himself into gear that impacts his ability to move and see negatively?
The principal's behaviour is irrational at best. Insane at worst.
What does SHE see?
Remove the licenses for other taxi companies, and they will offer the same price as Uber.
Those companies already got the cars, trained drivers, a complete support network, decades of experience... They would bury Uber in any case where they would be allowed to play by the same rules.
Hell... they could probably forgo on the whole "mobile app" thing. Calling a dispatcher and getting assigned and forwarded the closest car is nothing particularly innovative and has worked since... well since one was able to use a phone to call a taxi. No need for GPS or touch screen or whatever...
Hell... call it a feature. "Retro-Taxi". For all the hipsters out there.
You know, I do need to get from point A to point B, but NOT if it involves skinny jeans...
You might want to look up Edwin de Castro, and Ken Olsen.
I personally, look up to both of them.
Space (specifically the Apollo program) was responsible for a purchasing program that drove logic ICs down to consumer level pricing - without which PCs would not have reached the volume that drove the prices far lower.
Analog ICs would not have got far without the logic ones, because production tolerances were so loose that the concept of "it works or it does not" was critical to volume production of ICs in the early days. (Yield was under 3% for the 7400 family (first TTL logic ICs)).
You want to narrow down the De Castro reference a little? I know of Olsen already, but I am sure the first couple pages of Google were NOT what you meant for De Castro.
"The most important thing in a man is not what he knows, but what he is." -- Narciso Yepes