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Yeah, according to Memory Alpha:
Rising from the ashes of the Eugenics Wars of the mid-1990s, the era of World War III was a period of global conflict on Earth that eventually escalated into a nuclear cataclysm and genocidal war over issues including genetic manipulation and Human genome enhancement. World War III itself ultimately lasted from 2026 through 2053, and resulted in the death of some 600 million Humans. By that time, many of the planet's major cities and governments had been destroyed. (ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II"; Star Trek: First Contact; VOY: "In the Flesh")
Unfortunately, there is nothing in the market that can compare to Pebble, now or in the future. As long as these watch designers insist that smartwatches must look and act like little phones instead of watches, we'll never get good battery life or always on screens on them.
“Let’s make sure that history never forgets the name Enterprise. Picard out”
For basic tasks, Google Docs is usually fine, and it doesn't require an install of any sort. Unless you have a real specialized need, there are plenty of decent alternatives that don't make you pay an arm and a leg.
...How many people even know that there are "apps" for these devices? It's not like they are really advertised or promoted. The Echo certainly doesn't tell you about them or ofFer suggestions. Other than a small banner on the Amazon site that can be easily missed, I would imagine few people even know that they can expand the capability of their devices.
Read my comment above. It still lives, at least for the time being...
I read them, but according to an update at the Continues indiegogo site, CBS is reviewing everything on a case by case basis and has not suggested that Continues stop what it's doing as of yet: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/star-trek-continues#/updates
Wait, what? I haven't heard anything about Star Trek continues not being able to um.... continue, and there is nothing on their Web Site or Twitter feed that indicates that. Are you aware of something that I'm not?
So gerrymandered... it's hard to see, really...
That is not the legal definition of a monopoly. By law, a monoply is a company that is large enough to either dominate or significantly influence a market. Since there is a large market for iPhones and Apple exerts complete control, a strong argument can be made that they exert monopoly power in violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act.
I'm glad someone is finally making a case for this. I've long believed that Apple operates their store illegally.
People WITHOUT appendices are also much LESS likely to get Ulcerative Colitis, but much MORE likely to get its cousin, Crohns Disease... which also suggests there is something immune related to the organ. If you get an appendectomy before the age of 20, you are less likely to get either Inflammatory Bowel Disease!!
It has for me. I love my Pebble and will wear it until it no longer functions anymore.
"shifting entirely to its new 'unlimited' data plans that impose bandwidth limits on video and tethering unless customers pay extra"
How in any universe could that be considered an unlimited plan?
Well, most Pebble apps were free, so I guess people would continue to do it for the "love of the game" so to speak.
People still develop new software for devices like the Commodore 64 and Sinclair Spectrum. They do it, because they want to.
Practical people would be more practical if they would take a little more time for dreaming. -- J. P. McEvoy