Any disruption in the market will hit the bigger two competitors—AT&T and Verizon—significantly harder
How do you figure? I would think ATT has a larger buffer of customers to lose before it goes into the red. Tmo and Sprint are struggling for customers as it is.
In particular, when the game is "heads up" (only two players), and the chips are not deep, which happens at the end of every tournament, then the correct strategy is to "jam or fold" all hands.
I never understood this. It just seems to ruin the game. Can you elaborate?
Part of the problem is that Lollipop offers little new, but does destroy existing functionality. Google Calendar is much less usable than before. Personal and business email is now handled by the same application, making it much more difficult to keep private and business separate. Etc..
What? Google Calendar comes from the play store and should be the same on any version of android. I use business email and gmail, which are managed by separate apps. I'm not sure what you've been smoking. Lollipop doesn't reduce any functionality aside from Xposed. I've never run into a single app that works KitKat but not Lollipop (including my own).
There are other cheap Android phones you can buy that offer more than the Amazon phone.
This is all it comes down to. People are going to pay high dollar for a weird 3rd party OS, hardware gimmicks, and lock-in unless the price is right. That's why the earlier cheap kindle tablets succeeded and the overpriced phone failed.
I would also estimate that probably 70 percent of the folks I know in the area are against legalization.
Then they can pay for the law enforcement required. Can't have your cake and eat it too.
Not sure why they truncated my submission
Because questions like that are basically just trolling.
Nobody was else even
Very forward looking behavior from apple. You're going to need 64 bit to use more than 2GB of ram without major pain (32 bit addressing is a bitch and workarounds are slow)
Nobody was sampling because 64 bits literally doesn't matter in the mobile space until you start needing more than 4GB of RAM. I'm sure Apple still appreciates all your support though.
Leadership of companies can still go to prison.
Unless it's massive corruption they generally don't. Normally the company is charged a fine, shareholders lose a tiny bit of value, and life goes on. Meanwhile, peaceful protestors are routinely arrested. I don't think your analogy matches reality.