Until two months ago when I left them to.... rejoin them, but using under my partners contract.
Or a mouse without a few wires & dongles and shit coming out of it.
While it is a cool hack, without wireless screen I'm not sure it is worth while.
The Galaxy Note PDAs are what I want out of a phone. I've bought into the Android ecosystem, to change that (i.e. get rid of Play Store and the content from that) would leave me no where to go. No other manufacturer currently makes PDAs.
Eurasian Land Bridge does not roll off the tongue. Maybe Bogie exchange?
> Most of you will die in a car accident
We should "humanely put down" anyone who drives!
> Nope, it means you were lucky!
Crap. Yes evaluate the projects first. Do a little internal math and check if the company has asked for enough to complete the project. Do they appear to have the skill set required to get the project out the door? Have they lied in the project description?
I've backed a few projects on Kickstarter (and alikes). I've got some fantastic big name games and cool indy games and the warm glow of knowing I helped them on their way.
Its a risk but a risk but one you can do derisk quite a way.
> Anyone who contributes money to a Kickstarter project deserves what they get.
I agree. I've got naught but awesomeness.
>mostly it seems like it a moot point if it's cheap and offers the functionality specified
I disagree, if the hardware is open source or not is neither here or there but trust in the company providing the product is important and it looks like Anonabox have lost trust.
I use Google Now fairly regularly. Mostly to ask my phone to set an alarm.
Do they run You Tube, Skype (or Google video chat) and a web browser?
If so, I'm sold. Please tell me where I can get a sub 30 GBP tablet.
Where did you get the $35 Android tablets from? The lowest I've seen is in the $50 (£30) range.
Or they have figured out what is best for the customer, and it is what everyone else is providing.
Personally I hope the 6C is closer to the size of the iPhone 4/5, as what is good is options. I love my big PDA (don't give a shit about phones and phablets), but I can see good reasons for others to want a smaller device.
Assuming a $25 contract I guess?
$600.99 or $600.99 - the cost of 2 years worth of credit - two years worth of phone usage?
Now this number will be maybe $450. Some "throwing numbers about" puts two years of credit at $85. So that is $515.99 for the phone + mobile contract. Take away the phone ($450.99) and you have a mobile contract at $32.50 a year or under $3 a month.
I'm not sure I see that as all that bad.
Yes. Or some form of two phase auth. Email followed by SMS for example.