He exceeded the posted speed limit by 10 mph then braked to avoid an oncoming car when he lost control. So yes, he both "broke the laws of the road" and was "killed in traffic."
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Really? A plug for a paid app? I feel like you're trolling me slashdot. The only possible reason I can see to post this is as prologue to an American lawsuit the first time a user dies using this app on a highway.
On a similar note, perhaps a story about the lawsuit against Strava would be more appropriate? A free cycling gps app that has the ability to ghost race yourself, your friends, and strangers was sued for negligence when a user broke the laws of the road trying to win a virtual race and was killed in traffic. See what I did there? A piece of free software, most people own a bicycle, tricky legal questions arising from technology, more than just an add.
But hey, what do I know? I'm no Samzenpus!
That's what people say, however I know several very long term vegans and they seem quite a bit healthier than your average red meat loving American.
disclaimer: I love hamburgers.
"It's not "almost all China". That's completely retarded."
It's completely slowed? Meaning it will be right in the future?
Oh, no, I get it. You're making fun of the mentally handicapped.
Seriously, the local planetarium used to put on laser shows with fog machines and way cooler effects than this, they worked on the same principal. Not to mention the music was a lot better.
Let me guess... your parents are geeks?
I've met lots of geeks and don't have any children, autistic or otherwise. Am I doing it wrong?
To be fair, that did require scrolling. I mean, come on. Reading?
Am I missing your point? The source code for Gingerbread is, and has been, available. Sure.
The article is talking about Ice Cream Sandwich.
I remember more Natalie Portman, Grits, and First Post personally.
It's OK to be wrong.
Didn't we already discuss this?
To get into their ap store cost $200. Without that you are DOA.
There's a link discussing the $200 fee to have your app listed in their ap store circa 2009.
I get my "facts" from developing apps in 2009. How about you?
At the time? We're talking through the end of 2010. A little slow to react!
For years RIM charged $200 to register as a developer before you could make any apps. Just a few months ago they announced they are "waiving" the fee.
You spent years "waiving" potential developers to other platforms. No one wants to spend $200 on a weekend hobby, and that's what most apps are.