Didn't Donald want to bring manufacturing home? Becoming the world's largest panel manufacturer to blanket *every* dwelling in the united states could be a job creation program.
It has been 59 days since a recall was announced, which is longer than the phone was even on the market (Aug 19 - Oct 11).
So there has been plenty of time for anyone to exchange their phone for a different handset. Verizon haven't personally telephoned every one of their affected customers to arrange this?
Indeed, I'm not sure how anyone can develop such an emotional attachment to a handset, with less than 2 months from release to recall.
It has a few evolutionary features over the previous Note 5 (sd card, dual sim, waterproof, usb-c, iris scanner) but not anything I'd risk personal injury for.
*Only* 8 hours? Your poor darling!
Trans pacific flights take several hours longer. e.g. Sydney to Vancouver
When are MS going to save the day with their new Windows 11 Surface phones, anyway?
I have a nexus model and it's stuck on 5.x
Used Nexus 6 phones can be had on ebay for $AU206 but if it costs me two hundred bucks just to get the lastest OS on a soon to be unsupported phone then they really aren't that much better than the competition.
(Yes, I'm cheap.)
Funnily enough the article is talking about cities with millions of people. I haven't visited the other 3 but it certainly is possible to live without a car in Madrid.
And, sadly, if anyone could have fixed the Stargate before the army's budget was cut, it was Aldrin.
Onshore curved screen factory.
Let's not forget the "good guys" from the UK and the USA overthrew Iran's democratically elected Prime Minister Mosaddegh back in 1953.
Russian fake news deemed more credible than American fake news!
The summary suggests carrying a secondary burner phone to connect to the mobile network via wifi tethering.
But can't the benevolent folks at the 5-Eyes then still track a suspect by the location of the wifi hotspot?
Any self-respecting enviro-foodie would only eat seaweed-flavoured beef
Perhaps the seaweed can be made into pellets for similar nutritional benefit, to be fed to grain-fed livestock..
The article doesn't state whether it's the process of chewing or the chemical composition of the food that causes the reduction. Maybe grass-fed animals can also benefit by taking a dietary supplement of seaweed-juice added to their water supply?
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