Microsoft might be rolling out fixes and updates to Windows Phone 8 over the course of the year, with a bigger “feature pack” planned for 2014, but Nokia appears to be frustrated by the company’s slow progress. In an interview with International Business Times, Nokia VP of App development, Bryan Biniak, says the Finnish smartphone maker is “trying to evolve the cultural thinking [at Microsoft] to say ‘time is of the essence.’”
Unknown title - Pascal-Adolphe-Dagnan Bouveret
This blog is wearing me out. http://po.st/ZH6wqK
Miniaturization is rarely a bad thing in the world of technology, but there’s a fine balance to be struck when trying to make something as small as possible without discarding the traits that made it appealing in the first place. Companies from Apple to Motorola to Samsung have tried their hand at distilling their already successful products into smaller, cheaper, and typically less powerful forms, attempting to deliver a compromise-free flagship experience in a more pocket-friendly size.
HTC believes it’s succeeded at that task with the One mini, which retains the two best things about the original One, namely its superb display quality and a unibody aluminum shell. Plenty of other corners have been cut, in order to fit within a new price bracket as well as within tighter dimensions, so questions about the resulting handset do linger.
Does the trimmed-down One feel as good as the full-fat version? And finally, can we, as Android phone users, come up with a less emasculating title for 4.3-inch phones that don’t suck?
Green Tara, Seated in Pose of Royal Ease (Lalitsana), with Lotus Stalks on Right Shoulder and Hands in Gestures of Reasoning (Vitarkamudra) and Gift Conferring (Varadamudra), Ming dynasty (1368–1644), Yongle reign mark and period (1403–24)
Art Institute Chicago
Do-Ho Suh, amazing new sculpture: karma - 2013
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