Just did some searching, some places say it is an active stylus with pressure sensitivity, but nothing about the quality of it.
It does come with an active stylus. I can't find any mention of pressure sensitivity though.
Actually, Apple accidentally published an older buggy version Google had submitted for testing. It was swapped out after about 2 hours with the release version.
In Canada we have ePost. It is run by Canada Post and companies can send out bills, paystubs, T4's, etc electronically, all in the same place.
Haha, you almost had me there. Thought you were serious for a while.
prunedude tips this quote from a post at Freakonomics about Japan's nuclear crisis: "The folks over at IV Insights, the blog associated with Nathan Myhrvold's Intellectual Ventures, point out that it was the complete loss of power that disabled the cooling systems protecting the plant's reactors. Which raises the question: Is there nuclear technology that could withstand such a catastrophe? Possibly. TerraPower, an Intellectual Ventures spin-off that also boasts Bill Gates as an investor, is working on a new reactor design called a traveling wave reactor that uses fast reactor technology, rather than the light water technology used at the Fukushima Daiichi plant. The two biggest advantages of the fast reactor design is that it requires no spent fuel pools and uses cooling systems that require no power to function, meaning the loss of power from the tsunami might not have crippled a fast reactor plant so severely."
So you are saying that driving instructors are also just as irresponsible as they are taking out 16 year olds who have never driven before? Endangering the other drivers! Some of those cars they use don't even have a brake on the instructor's side, let alone a steering wheel. So much more irresponsible compared to Google's car it seems.
To be infected you have to go into settings and approve non-market installation, browse to a Chinese site, download their market installer, install it, find the Steamy Windows app, say okay to the permission window where it says it can send text messages that may cost you money, and then open it? I'd say Android is still pretty safe.
Windoze, M$... Though you may have some good points, writing it that way invalidates any relevance you may have in my eyes. All I see is an overweight balding linux lover in his basement, taking his anger out on Microsoft. Why do you say IE, when you could be saying I€?
You should look into sending your phone back in for warranty or something. But if the manual states it should be rebooted, they may not consider it a flaw.
:( My phone has an uptime of about 4 months now. No issues at all. Stock Android. It's the Motorola hardware and software that is horrible.
To rephrase what you said in even simpler terms, "Google's Gmail app looks like Google's Gmail app? What a shock!" And the app page looked Apple like probably because it used those new fancy 'icons' Apple invented.
The software they used was had a log of the traffic data. They did not know about it, they didn't plan to collect it. And the moment they found out about it they told everyone. If they had just silently deleted it no one would have known. But Google felt it was best to be open about their mistake.
Um, wow. He was talking about South Korea outsourcing to North Korea, calling North Korea 3rd world.
I thought that your first tougth must have been a pretty bad typo. But then you said tougth again...
They knew exactly what was in it, and when they found out they immediately released a statement and told everyone. They said they already fixed the problem and wouldn't capture that data anymore, and that they were deleting everything already collected. Then suddenly governments everywhere were saying, don't you dare delete it, we need that as evidence to sue you and further our political careers!