ok, so now users will be tempted
.. to take the phone out whilst bouncing around, thus increasing tenfold the number of units returned after being dropped on the pavement. good thinking!!
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.. it seems not, so we're already heading for 1984 (are we? have the other EU countries with ID cards become totalitarian states?)
Way more people seem to be against it than for it. So how does this constitute a democracy? Is there a referendum?
Ok there's a general election coming up, who can I vote for that will actually stop the already launched mission to introduce ID cards?
"The iPhone and the Blackberry are still the dominant market players"
Could you define "market" here? Ahh, is it the famous "Blackberry and iPhone market?" (one containing 2 radically different devices, let's forget about all those other weird devices out there that make up the vast majority of sales in any other "market" you care to define)
Or perhaps you mean "dominant" in terms of "amount of hype"? If so I apologise. It is your right to perpetuate said hype with statements like this.
.. is the factory it's made in solar powered too?
.. and is it shipped to us in sailboats?
.. and does every member of staff in the shop I bought it from cycle to work?
.. and is it made from renewable resources?
.. and is the industry whose content it delivers carbon neutral? What? Even if I don't watch the latest Hollywood action trash laden with petrol explosions?
.. and does it work in London (i.e. does it require actual sunlight)?
I don't see an N95 on the list....
N95 8GB? Fixes most of the gripes about the N95. Firmware update to N95 solves all the software slowness/stability issues.
Can't say the web browser is nicer to use than the iPhone's.. but on more than one occasion the N95 has found a wifi network and the job is finished before the iPhone has even managed to get a connection.
.. and I echo the cry
E71! E71! E71!
.. and are all Blackberry devices *that* bad that they don't make the list at all? In my very brief exposure to one, I was wowed by the little trackball thingy. Is it just a gimmick?
If the British Establishment are valuing humanities above science, perhaps their priorities are in the right place (even if not for the right reasons). Maybe science has already developed a bit too far ahead of the humanities in a world that's managed to nearly nuke itself to bits several times, and still is nowhere near out of the woods in that respect alone.. To say nothing of all the other problems technology's brought to this short-sighted, immature bunch of scared children called the human race.
Anyhoo. Enough high level simplistic babbling. Nobody ever got paid for saving the world. I'm off to make some more mobile phone software.
the updater tells me my version, *12*.0.013, is the latest
.. and upon further reading I find "0546659" is the product code for my operator, who shall not be named.. but if it's anything like the delays I experienced with my P910 (no updates in 2 years), I'm won't be holding my breath :-)
I have an N95 (product code 0546659) and the updater tells me my version, 20.0.13, is the latest.
Presumably I have my friendly network provider to thank for this delay, while they stamp their logo all over my shortcuts, steal one of my app buttons to run some bloated "value added" menu and "repair" my homepage bookmark?
When, oh when will I be able to load the full front page of cuteoverload.com without an out-of-memory error?
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