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I find this decision difficult to understand. I was forced to get a BlackBerry for work, ended up with a Z30. The hardware seems decent, but the absolute worst thing has always been the software.
I've heard that the corporate side for controlling, monitoring, and updating remote handsets is very good - and this is who they mostly sell it to.
That surprised almost no one. Except the last guy in my office who still uses a BB.
I'd just filed my thumbnails to points to be able to use the keyboard you insensitive clod
This certainly has consequences for B2G OS. For the community to continue working on B2G OS they will have to maintain a code base that includes a full version of Gecko, so will need to fork Gecko and proceed with development on their own, separate branch.
Translation: We found it is useless so we've thrown it over the fence.
How many lives does the music industry have anyway? Can't it just stay dead? It must have been killed by enough new technologies by now, with cassettes, CD-ROMs, MP3 players, USB thumb drives, and now Youtube rips laying into it.
Don't forget the player piano
IFPI, RIAA, and BPI have sued users who have the audacity to recall verses and lyrics from songs they heard on Youtube and the radio.
RIAA spokesperson commented, "Each time one of these social deviants hums, sings, or otherwise repeats our intellectual property to their peers represents an enormous loss of revenue to our members. We intend to aggressively pursue legal action whenever possible to recoup all potential losses. It's clear the recent declining revenue in our industry is directly caused by these unauthorized reproductions of our copyrighted material"
They backed down this time but I'm sure they'll keep trying
Dynamically binding, you realize the magic. Statically binding, you see only the hierarchy.