Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Steven58, Aug 23, 2011.
Every 15 minutes? Slacker.
that's Terrel Suggs outside linebacker for thr RAVENS
he announced his university during MNF as "hard ball university"
What is that? Sounds like a Verizon tech support hero who can leap a telephone pole in a single bound.
Dude, how many wives do you have?
ahhh - otay. Not a follower of sports - I can tell you if my team won and usually watch the game but that's about it.
Wait, we get upgrades for wives too?! Nah, I got the perfect one already.
Here's an interesting little read I stumbled across...
Will the Samsung Galaxy Nexus the best ?Google-phone? to date? - Features - Know Your Mobile
When pranks go bad. Should have looked like this --> Galaxy Nexus Shows up on Verizon Wireless Testman!
Or This: Galaxy Nexus Shows up on Verizon Wireless Testman!
"WIVES"? Geez, I can't hardly afford ONE! Good on ya, man
Get 'em all Nexi and they'll be happy - for awhile...
EDIT: BTW this family thing is dragging me away from the thread! but I DID see LT's info about the 17th. I'm still going with 6 days to go!
Good article, stupid headline.
Gee, the 2nd one was better than the 1st. Will the 3rd be the best of them all?
She's looking over your shoulder?
I'm a Ravens fan, that's why I knew
What the heck???
Has THIS been covered already?
Steve Jobs Was Right: Adobe Halts Flash For Mobile Devices | Fox News
Oh, no... this does not bode well... how will this affect us in the months to come?
That was my second thought.........
My first being I was gonna vomit a little.
Correct answer. The wife is in the room, isn't she?
I was thinking the exact same thing! LOL!
No she's not looking over my shoulder, I just think she's awesome.
haha, ok she's gone now... I do think that for real though.
I don't think it will be a big deal. HTML5 is being used more and more these days, and I think that they are less battery-draining than Flash, if I understand it correctly.
... and judging by the pic he's got 45% battery left after using it for 5+ hours on battery unless I'm reading it wrong. Really nice battery life if that's the case.
Yeah, and on top of that, it won't have any affect on us for a while. Adobe's still gonna maintain and support Flash Player 11 for Android, so really we won't notice anything until not only the release of Flash Player 12, but the mass adoption of Flash Player 12 (which I don't see happening for at least a year).
Key quote: "Some of our source code licensees may opt to continue working on and releasing their own implementations..."
All was never equal among the various handset manufacturers, as comparing flash in the mobile browser can quickly show. Compare, for example, a Motorola Android unit's in-browser flash video performance to one of HTC's.
Can't stand the dismissal of the camera like that, and I am pretty sure as a whole it WILL be the best Android handset when it comes out, and stay that way for 3-4 months at least. But very educational article, thanks!
Oh and I skipped the conclusion... What a load of crap... if you want the best hardware, wait 4 months. And their article about a phone in 4 months (I predict).... if you want the best hardware, wait 4 months.
oh the joy