If I was dumb enough to buy it, first thing I would do would be to take it to the Apple Store and ask them how to launch iPhoto on it.
Queue the Apple and Google circle jerk.
They're the exact same price as every other smartphone. But I agree, they should try to undercut the competition.
I know several people and all of the surrounding stores were sold out in a few minutes after going on sale.
The BSOD thing is kind of old man....and your phone won't BSOD or any variation of it.
...when you get to the past, call me and I'll tell you how to get back!
Companies like bit.ly just move the domain to the Cook Islands' commercial TLD and rename the company to something like "big" or "fat". In case you didn't already know or didn't want to look, the tld would be
.co.ck (ie big.co.ck). They could also protest Libya by registering libyasucks in the same TLD.
Verizon charges "corporate" customers an extra $15/mo to access "corporate" (aka Exchange) email. This is true with all of their smartphones and is similar in pricing to what ATT & Sprint charge. Personal accounts can access Exchange w/o any additional charges.
**sarcasm** Don't see why not, they did such a good job with TechTV.
Just got a Zune HD and the built-in support for 3rd party apps is pretty slow, it takes several seconds to load each of the handful of apps they have in the Zune app store.
An online store that sells music, movies, games, etc....sounds like XBox Live.
Makes sense to me since you can get around most content filters with Google's cache.
No, he is at fault for the mistake....at least that's what I'm going to put in our bug tracking system at work.
Just have an App Store where the user can download and install non-essential applications.