Also, put some encrypted files on each. From ROT13 to something serious. Make sure the encrypted content is creative commons so that you can't be accused of copyright violation.
What does a fleshlight app do? How does it... um... work?
Also - "Had the key been leaked Nokia would not have been able to ensure that the phones accept only applications approved by the company."
This choice of words implies that the money somehow miraculously prevented the key from leaking. The key already HAD LEAKED. All nokia got for the money was a promise that the leaked key won't be misused.
And over ear headphones not being popular somehow deterred you from buying them until Beats made them popular?
I translated this to "farts" automatically.
I got a ticket in Switzerland for ~1000$. I crossed a solid white line to pass a truck with a motorcycle (there was plenty of room, I was not over the speed limit) I also had no highway toll sticker.
Well. There were three arguments here. Lets backtrack to where it started.
Someone said that cars don't last 20 years with the exception of a Volvo perhaps. To which i replied that Volvos aren't very "sturdy" any more since they share the technology with Ford.
That got sidetracked with the arguments whether Volvo has used Ford engines (they have) and the number of cylinders in a Volvo. That being settled - I have had in my family and company different cars. During the warranty period we had to visit Ford's and Volvo's dealership several times. Ford even had some EZrust galvanic processing applied so that all the doors were replaced under warranty. With Honda and Subaru - not a single time, just scheduled service.
Well, i might not have an idea, but i can read. It is an amazing skill. If you bothered to click the link, you would see specs for current s60:
T5 Drive-E FWD
Engine Description 2.0 Liter, 4-Cylinder, Turbocharged, Direct-Injection
T6 Drive-E FWD
2.0 Liter, 4-Cylinder, Supercharged & Turbocharged, Direct Injection
Yes, there are a couple of 5 or 6 cylinder models as well, but you cannot say that ""T6" is a turbo V6 engine. No, they don't sell any 4-cylinder models here."
Volvo doesn't sell any cars with 4-cylinder engines in the US? Really?
Don't let the fact that it is called "T5" or "T6" fool you. Some of them have 4 cylinders despite the name, for instance:
http://www.volvocars.com/us/al... (this is a US site)
Of course if you compare their reliability with a typical American car, they are reliable. If you compare it with Japanese, they are not.
Anyway, the argument was that Volvo does not use Ford engines, but in fact they do use them in most of the current models. Also other parts of the current model range share stuff with Ford lineup. The Geely stuff will start coming later this year.
Unlimited. Although speed is capped at 2mbit/s for that price - but that is enough speed for my mobile.
Lots of Volvos listed.
Which contain lot of components by Ford.
Ford selling its interest and model development are two different things. Most of the current Volvo models are designed during the Ford reign and have many Ford components from body to engines. The reliability compared to Japanese (Toyota/Honda/Subaru) is abysmal.
Car systems are usually outdated even before the vehicle hits the market as the industry is used to a 5-6 year development cycle. So 18 months is not "already".
Double? I pay ~5$ a MONTH for data.