We need to evolve to adapt to this new threat to the species, and instead of seriously *resisting* its effects on our being, we - the true power - direct the feature to our favour. If, out of the NSA catastrophe, we gain a "New Internet" wherein *everything, everywhere* for 15 years, was available to everyone, then we'd have indeed a new era in the human species. A truly evolutionary step, made by mistake - perhaps.
The problem is OEMs have no incentive to put money into handsets they sold two years ago.
The OEMs should be profiting from their own app stores
I suppose its because of the draconian US laws about content delivery over telephone networks, in the end, though
I love Robotron, play it regularly, Defender too
Crazy Climber 2
Currently, I just can't stop playing Juno First
I wouldn't be so quick to jump on the SmartQ7
-- Hey, he can keep his blackberry, but only use it in the Oval office.
-- He keeps his blackberry, takes it with him, but it is open and public and well-maintained, and he shares it a lot with whoever he's with
Hey, come to think of it, he's the President now. Why doesn't he just get someone to **make** him the perfect wirehead rig, eh
.. this will be my *last* MacBook.
I wish someone else from the 90's would make laptops as cool as Apple though
Something that people overlook is that there are liquids that can be used to bring down a plane which are *not* explosive, but in fact CORROSIVE. Just a few drops in the right place and wham! the wings are off their hinges, so to speak