The very first Android phone (or one of the first few), the T-Mobile G1, had a physical keyboard.
The hard part is if you don't remember how something's written you have to fall back to speech to text
On Slashdot it seams theirs a lot of Americans with similar problems.
But... think of the children!
Tech = people. Assuming the acquirer wants to use and develop the tech, they will need people to do it, and who's better for it than those that have developed it? Of course, if the acquirer just wants to shut it down they may fire everybody, but in that case they may do so even without the acquisition.
Yes, he should have stopped at 6.3 wins!
If it were not possible to trade the new shares later, nobody would buy them when they are offered.
The only failure so far was a rear brake seizing and overheating, which can happen to EVs just as well.
Totally with you - I also much prefer pre-pubescent photos of them.
40 that would drive the kids to school, and the same 40 returning from driving kids to school.
<quote>Beginning with that materialistic world-view, you get no rational origin for morality or ethics</quote>
If we all treat each other nicely, everybody is happier for it. Therefore I must treat others nicely. I don't need to fear gods, cops, or parents.
As far as required power: smaller electrical cars consume 12-18 kWh/100 km. Assuming 100 km/h top speed (thus average speed a little less) is acceptable for the rare times you run out of battery, a 10-15 kW engine suffices. It will keep the battery not-entirely-empty, so you'll still be able to accelerate normally.
Yes, they suck in terms of riding for enjoyment/sport/speed. I have my own bikes for that.