Hopefully there's a uSD slot so we can add more ROMs.
I would be very surprised for an item with this price point to have any kind of scalability, especially considering they already have a platform for monetizing old content. But if it's popular enough then I bet once it has been out for a while someone will post instructions for modding.
You can't run any scam forever.
+1 that. Maybe they figured the fallout would be worth the profits if they could keep it up long enough (and maybe it was). Also based on history I find it hard to believe anyone will actually do jail time for this.
many people on here couldn't even name a Motorola phone model
I think that's mainly because almost all of their phones have coded names that are hard to remember, rather than a lack of impact on the market (back in their day). Today the impact certainly isn't great.
a couple of armed individuals inside the club would have a good chance of disrupting the carnage and lowering the death toll
But we DO know that putting guns into law abiding hands LOWERS violent crime rates
So, let's be honest, you need to disarm the bad guys, not the good guys.
The US has an incurable illness.
Competitive markets rely on informed participants. By withholding data, Uber's actions are clearly anti-competitive.
The data is already available via their app. There is no obligation on a player in the market to have to inform the other players using a real-time data service that they made available specifically for their own benefit. Just because a company refuses to provide an optional service to make competition easier doesn't make them anti-competitive in the normal use of the term. I think it's quite a stretch to apply that here.
A company cannot just stuff anything into an EULA, and expect to be able to enforce it.
This is not "anything". It's pretty specific, and apparently they can enforce it quite easily.