Member since: May 29th, 2008
Nov 8th 2010 10:16AM I hope they slow down development at some point and focus solely on one release each year with smaller improvements to that one release throughout the year.
May 17th 2010 11:17AM for account deletion: Help Center>Profile>Account Settings and Deletion>How do I permanently delete my account>read through and fill out the account deletion form
Apr 2nd 2010 3:09PM contests are always good
Feb 23rd 2010 4:47PM I really feel that a four directional pad with a center select/OK button would have greatly altered your experience with the N1. It would allow for an easier method of selecting links on a page, going back to fix a typo, and it would give you the option of not touching the screen in games as you mentioned. Although I miss the tactile buttons of my old mini disc player, I recognize that the physical hold switch prevented problems from occurring when the buttons were pushed in my pocket. I do miss the ease of simply reaching in and moving to the next track or adjusting volume, without having to take the hole device out to view.
Feb 4th 2010 5:19PM wow, no series 60 in the smartphone category. Times have changed
Dec 17th 2009 2:13AM I can't find the numbers from ComScore on how many people actually responded to the phone survey versus the number of people that were contacted during the 3 month period.
Dec 16th 2009 4:23PM The compact qwerty layout is great after a month or so of using it. I had a Shadow for two years and loved it. Now I opt for the compact qwerty keyboard on my Hero; it just makes for better use of the space in portrait mode.
Oct 26th 2009 10:49PM I didn't even notice there was a change to the homepage, but change is good. Just like trying a new restaurant or a new hairstyle.
Oct 22nd 2009 3:00PM all I really want is some sort of "iTunes lite" program that syncs selected files and does nothing else.
Oct 22nd 2009 2:33PM I wish MS would create a theme like Dust for Ubuntu
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
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