Last I heard, Berg was gonna shut down.
More people need to understand this.
And they are trying not to repeat that.
Probably things like this prevent HTC from growing their marketshare inspite of making good phones.
This is such a good idea.
This is right. It feels unnatural, and fucks up my entire flow. It induces the same feeling you get when you use Windows 8, only much more intense. It makes me uncomfortable and I don't care how shiny/user-friendly it is or why or why not.
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* With an Android device, the manufacturer outright abandons updating the phone the moment their next handset is on sale. (Samsung seems to be the worst about this, but, even Google has done it to stock Nexus phones.)
This is wrong. Samsung supports its S series devices (S2, S3, S4, etc) for a looooooong time. S2 got updates till KitKat. And with every update it got faster, not slower. They even back ported some of the features they introduced on later devices (Smart Stay, etc).
Nexus devices have guaranteed updates (on the same day of announcement, too) for 18 months. The new Android One handsets also have guaranteed updates. It should be noted that these updates are from Google so they are very quick and very frequent, sometimes to the brink of annoyance.
That actually looks like an improvement on Win7. Are these guys idiots? Why was this not Win8?
Tesla is selling $100k cars, while other battery factories make batteries for $100 phones and $500 laptops. Maybe it is too expensive for them to set up a fully renewable process.
The screenshots also show a desktop that includes some new flat design to match the Metro-style design in the Start screen.
In the Windows Technical Preview build 9834, the charms seems to be fully integrated in the app title bar by clicking the a button on the left.
Apps also show a border-less design, a new app switcher, and, of course, the Smart menu returns to the in the bottom left corner of the screen."
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Chess is not compliant with the Apple User Policy 4.3.6:
Thou shalt assume that the user is a dumb fuck.
So how would Dropbox work? New account every time you install? Kind of useless as a cloud storage app, though.
Google, if you set up a white listed email system, my friends and family will happily sign up.
They did, it's called Google+. Nobody seems to like it.