A quick Google Pulled up the Phones as:
Phones (and associated test platform)
* Android(Dev G1)
* iPhone(locked 2.0)
* Windows Mobile (HTC Touch)
I have the HTC Touch. It has a built in security feature: It will crash whatever you are running to try to exploit it. If anyone here figures out how to exploit it, please tell Microsoft. Not so that they will patch it, but so they can use it as an example to developers for how to code.
DIE HACKER DIE
Your German is unintelligible to me.
...let her know that you will definitely not vote for her again...
She'll be 79 years old when her current term ends. I don't know that she cares about future votes. And by the way, how many 75 year olds do you know that you would feel comfortable dealing with all of these issues?
I'm no more interested in the quality of another customer's service with this product than any other -- when I go out to eat, I'm not going to let them overcook my steak to be sure they get your souffle just right. Why should this be different?
They didn't sell you a steak and me a souffle. They sold us both a buffet. All of the other customers get their food as normal, but I'm a big fat guy. Instead of taking my plate, sitting down, and eating, I stay up at the buffet and eat there without even putting the food on my plate. I'm in the way of others trying to get food and eating most of it myself. Now the management is going to make me get in line to eat rather than stay at the buffet.
If you want your steak, you've got to get a dedicated line.
P.S. Hometown Buffet is gross.
Just as an example: I'll bet Apple patented the magnetic cord of the MacBook
US patent application number 11/876,733 filed October 22 2007.
And lets look at what happened with that. My girlfriend left her charger at home on a trip so we were going to get a new one. Come to find out that they cost $80. $80.00! For a charger! And of course, there are no other options. Keep in mind that this $80 charger has ratings of 1.5/5 (60W) and 2/5 (80W) on Apple's own webstore.
Programmers do it bit by bit.