Here is great and getting better on daily basis. I really dig Here when hiking and I too also believe that it can save people from wondering to far toward the wrong direction. Here does a great job pin pointing you in the woods and tracking your every move all the while showing a 3D image of what's around you. I can definitely see how that can save someone from walking to far the wrong way. And to think soon all Android and Apple customers will be able to try it and compare. My only complaint is that Here Drive doesn't name the actual number of the exit rather it just speaks the name of the exit and Here doesn't have a street view yet. But that's all in the works and coming soon.
Okay menu sounds like bar night and it's all good. But can we make sure bathroom windows automatically open and stay open about 5 hrs. after serving.
It's a software issue, my wired head phones used to trigger a freeze on the phone very often on my 928 but none of those issues with my 929. Soft reset will cure that every time. When that first happened on my 928 some service reps didn't even know that soft reset was an available solution. Windows OS has definitely been and still is a bit of a struggle on Yahoo Finance. I'm hoping that 8.1 update cures some issues. BTW do you have the 8.1 update?
Woman at the bank ask Cook hey is that an iPhone in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?
I'm also not ruling out buying a new Android, I'm thinking with the newest Nokia's Z Launcher which can make Android phones run faster and smother and with offline maps on Android it's definitely something to consider if Microsoft doesn't keep up with more Apps development.
Planet I take more serious some people on this message board including yourself than I do SA. I know some are spot on but few and far in-between and most is self serving kinda like heritc.
Thank you that's very good advice but my cycle ended today and with 2 phones we used just over 7g's of data using our WiFi. So I'm kinda trapped so I may give T-Mobile a try over the winter on my down time. I'm very pleased with my 929 so upgrading to the newest flagship phone is definitely in my plans and I have no problem dishing out full price for Lumia phone, offline maps world wide is worth the device as a GPS and WiFi device alone and the price is right. I'll definitely be following Nokia Networks closely this is getting very interesting.
It could cost their margins on the 6plus 1/3 or more. My guess they will ship out free cases to all plus owners. But what is the point of such a beautiful phone if you have to cover it. Apple lucky only 6plus have this problem so far. Everyone carries phones in their pockets, always did and always will. Maybe Apple can make a gold necklace to hook iPhone 6 plus around the neck(that's a joke).
Wrong. Point is people were using their old iPhones in their pockets without issues before and now that newer phone is out so are the newer problems, which in my opinion is a serious issue. I had same issue with my old Motorola Droid I hated it and switched to Nokia now never an issue with phone in any pocket under any circumstance and without a case. iPhone 6 plus is a disaster and Apple will probably sent out a steel case to all owners and force them to use or else Apple will lose 1/2 their margins or more on the iPhone 6 plus.
Joshua a lot of friends are telling my wife that T-Mobile phone service is much better than before in terms of phone signal. Works much better and at a lot more locations. I'm referring to my area around the New York city area and the Suburbs just outside of Manhattan. Nokia Networks is delivering leading mobile infrastructure , it seems like this beautiful company NN was hidden behind all the problems of the old D&S business. Although I'm very happy with my Verizon service and for my business I need great mobile phone service but I'm certainly looking to save money. With NN implementing newest technology with T-Mobile and soon Sprint I may be changing simply because of Nokia Networks and smiling all the way to the bank.
Rumor has it that Apples iLost maps work great on the new iBent phones. So all that was needed for iLost maps to be accurate was to twist the iBent phone into a pretzel. Imagine that, that Cook fellow really knows how to innovate.
Suggestion while we are still on the east coast how about we stop at Montauk? There is a restaurant less than 50 yards from the train stop. Navy Beach the food is great and plenty of eye candy that's friendly. I suggest charred shishito peppers just keep in mind that one in ten are hot and the buttermilk fried chicken is delicious, and of course the fresh daily caught Atlantic Salmon and Tile is fantastic.
Okay, I'll take nothing and write off all of it. This is how the cookie crumbles sometimes when investing in high risk stocks. I'm just glad I have something to write this off against. Management let me down and that wasn't a big surprise to me but the fact that their assets are less value than I thought was the big surprise.
Analyst have not factored in any increase above 1% run rates higher than what they were getting before. So I don't see a 50% drop ever but of course if the market isn't happy with the amount from Samsung it will hurt NOK but not as much as you think.
But as a risk play I do like RAD and I think they will succeed in the long run. I wished I picked up some a long time ago but right now Nokia is safer and prettier by far. I couldn't believe that for a while RAD actually traded higher than NOK but seems like reality is starting to set in.