listen or act on our concerns.
Of course not. They'll just push it on more and more people, wait until "we forget the whole" matter, then they'll make the "/. classic" button smaller, then they'll hide it somewhere deep and then they'll just shut it off claiming "no one was using it anyway".
Now it's the time for boycott! They have to get rid of the whole new design and maybe make some *small* changes to this one (like Unicode and disable the f*#^% autorefresh).
somebody that likes having actual control of their files instead of handing everything over to FB
This applies to nobody using that "feature". The only target for "sharing what I played" is children/teenagers who want their classmates to see how "great" they are. Facebook is the obvious solution.
Taking the option to go to the police station is often a good bet if you are near the limit
No it's not. Usually you start driving shortly after you drank. Some alcohol is still beeing digested and until you arrive at the police station your blood alcohol percentage will be higher than when you are stopped.
But I don't understand the logic in Samsung's statement:
- benchmarks usually warn you that they stress and potentially harm your hardware.
- Samsung white-lists benchmarks (and "other apps") for "best user experience" - so the "user experience" running a benchmark would be "whoa, my new phone is burning, but fuck, yeah, Samsung, thank you very much for letting me see the great Mhz. number of my display before I had to buy a new $500 exploding toy"
tldr; In my opinion, *limiting* the clock for targeted benchmarks would be the better choice.
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