So the solution isn't that simple.
Maybe it is: Brake Assist, that works like you've described: analyzing rates pedal are being operated with, current vehicle speed, etc. I just wonder if BAS cuts off gas line in case of emergency braking.
He was replying to my earlier post mentioning all classes of devices, even specifically mentioning 20 Euro Nokia phones.
He also alluded to a, well, peculiarity of the UI which is typical for all kinds of Symbian phones regardless of their price. It doesn't really matter in case of a 100-dollar-phone, but for smartphones it ruins the functionality.
And it's no wonder your wife has difficulty using a phone that doesn't exist...I'd say it's almost a miracle she manages to make calls.
Or was it N82? I've tried to memorize Nokia nomenclature, but stuck on 6120.
'We will reduce the clutter and improve the input methods including multi-touch and single tap,' Kallasvuo told delegates. 'It should be just two taps to get to your favorite music or videos, rather than eight. We'll improve browser experience so that it's a quicker, flash improved, media experience with pinch-to-zoom and so on.'
Are you sure he was talking about
nearing $100 mark without contract
devices? My wife's N87, though being 3G-phone equipped with GPS, is practically unusable for anything but basic calls, and the UI is the primary reason. Trying to push Symbian into smartphone market, instead of keeping it right where it belongs - as an OS for low-end cheap phones, is just a weird way to waste money.
I wonder how far these cryonic suspension companies have advanced in regards to the development of cryoprotectants
Why not use Brawndo? It's got electrolytes!
We had one slaughtered and the other cried and behaved oddly -- the first cow was butchered near the barn, not at some far away place.
Do you find it strange that the herbivore was frightened of the smell of blood?