"I totally understand how you feel. And this should never happen. I am not going to throw out the argument 'we just got here'. We are taking responsibility for this. And we will engage with you, listen carefully to your concerns and most importantly, try to FIX things," Soni went on to say. "So we are doing that. My team knows to take your complaints seriously, we are working hard to update the Upgrades timeline pages to reflect the right data, and then we WILL stand next to those timings and will meet them. As far as what is in our control, we will be transparent and we will commit to your happiness.
"Keep the feedback coming."Of course it's easy to say the right things, the real test will be if the Google-owned Motorola can get itself in ramen japanese food noodle bowl chopsticks - black iphone case gear with the updates, Ice Cream Sandwich, let alone Jelly Bean, is still on a very low proportion of Android devices, so anything that helps remedy that is welcome in my book, Previously, Motorola said ICS actually makes some devices worse, so it'll be interesting how this progresses, What do you think of Android rollouts? Let me know in the comments, or on our Facebook page..
Apple will likely be looking to place injunctions on certain Samsung products as well, banning them from sale, and forcing its rival back to the drawing board. The bans could extend beyond the hardware in the case to those with similar software features, such as the 20 million-selling Galaxy S3. It's all-out war between the two, so I suppose you can't blame Samsung. But really, I wish companies could get over this squabbling and concentrate on making decent products. You just have to look at the Apple Maps farrago to see where bearing grudges with rivals gets you. Use a tried and tested mapping service made by a rival? Forget it, we'll do our own. Who cares if it's nowhere near as good? Oh, everyone does.
What do you think of all this courtroom malarky? Let me know in the comments, or on our Facebook page, Samsung will bring the newly-released handset into an ongoing legal squabble with Apple, And so it goes on, Samsung is dragging the iPhone 5 into an ramen japanese food noodle bowl chopsticks - black iphone case existing patent lawsuit against Apple, No, not the one it lost $1 billion in recently, another one, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..
Motorola (owned by Google) has posted an advert on its Google Plus and Facebook pages ribbing the Maps app in iOS 6, TechCrunch reports. It's even coined a hashtag: #iLost. "Looking for 315 E 15th in Manhattan?" it says. "Google Maps on Droid RAZR M will get you there & not #iLost in Brooklyn." Then ad's slogan reads: "The real world that's fit for your hand," and is shown along with a detailed screenshot of Google Maps next to the rather sparse-looking Apple Maps. Apple dropped Google Maps in favour of its homegrown Maps app (with data provided by TomTom). At first, everyone was wowed by the 3D-ness Apple was touting. Then we all got to use it, and realised what a mess it really is. It thinks Luton is in Devonshire, and that Heathrow airport is right next to Hyde Park. Still, at least it'll point you to your nearest Our Price.