Pareos are one-size, too.
are frustrated they can't play, watch videos, access their dlna servers, nor their web 2.0 sites... So let's all go Android !
Fair warning: these people don't want to be taught about IT. They want a powerpoint presentation about why the choices they have made (ie, you have made for them) are the right ones (other hint: "our competition is doing that" is the best argument, by a mile). That's a good place to sneak in a few limitations you anticipate to cause issues too, so you have an "I told you so" fallback.
No problem. India and co will just drone them.
Oh wait, thats only OK one way, isn't it ?
They might require more milk though ?
So, Maths teachers should also be tops in history, english, PE, biology, IT... etc, etc ?
I think adware does make sense for trialware. About half the apps on my phone are free ones, because I barely use them, or because I'm testing them out. For test purposes, I'd rather have a full app with ads, than a neutered app that won't let me test the advanced features I'm probably most interested in. For apps I barely use... I understand the dev's need to make some money.
What I can't stand is pure adware apps, that don't let me pay up to get rid of the ads.
Try against ?
Are you saying more guns = less rapes ? do you have any data to backup that up ?
31,076 gun deaths in 2012. that's 85 per day.
Yes. But luckily, you've got plenty of guns, which once again proved their usefulness on this occasion, by... Oh, never mind.
to put things in perspective, guns kill about 100 people per day in the US.
- unannounced update from the generally-accepted Hotmail app. Hotmail just stopped working yesterday.
- limited to 1 month of messages
- no widget
- no themes
- horrendous ergonomics, with "menus" sometimes popping submenus, sometimes doing things straight away, with no hint as to which."
Link to Original Source
the thing is, contrary to the Ouya, devs don't have to support each and every device: Android offers a Gamepad API (since 2.3, I think). Implement/support that, and you've opened up the market of *all* Android devices with a gamepad. Not just the MK808B, but every Android phone, tablet, stick... I'm even wondering if the Ouya isn't using that very same API, in which case work is essentially zero.
The advantage of the "standard" approach is that there are millions of devices out there, probably hundreds of thousands with access to a gamepad, and more willing to get one once games are available.