For example, Ford almost certainly has an ongoing business relationship with MS, for their office PCs, maybe they use Outlook, etc. - they probably don't want to sour that by saying in public that their car-OS is crap.
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It's called K&R?
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Yo dawg! I heard you like hurd, so I put a hurd in your herd so you can herd while you hurd!
In all seriousness, what I want the iPhone to do that Android does is be able to control the hardware from a quick access screen - ie, turn the wifi or bluetooth on and off quickly without having to use the main settings app.
If the Australian Pirate Party go for 10 years not 5, then we can assume RMS won't object to that either.
Current PPAU policy is for 15 years, so I'm guessing RMS would be OK with it?
FYI, there's a method behind the madness of this "silly" name...
You can sync an iPod with third-party media players like Winamp, etc.
I think this comic is relevant here.
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Slashdot confirms it. Netcraft is dying...