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  Crazy you have described quite a few problems I have with Google Maps. Specifically, Google Maps telling me to exit the highway after I already passed the exit. It also auto corrects routes quite a bit slower than Apple. Some of the other things you mention are fair points, especially the point of interest and lane navigation needed improvements. Apple, however, has come a long way with POI  improvements.
  While we are making completely irrelevant to the story comments, I'd like people to know I am hungry and would love a pizza.
Josh, I didn't know the Apple Watch could take care of my hernia. Cool.
Agreed. It was the doing away with coupons and changing the pricing model around before finishing the other improvements that did him in. He, however, was likely trying to pay for the upgrades by cutting costly coupons and sales.
I agree. Jc Pennies hired him to shake things up and he did. He cleaned the stores up, brought in better merchandise, and brought the store within a store concept to pennies. He also came up with the jcp rebranding.He needed more time to bring in people who hadn't in the past thought of pennies. He also made some mistakes that alienated old time shoppers, namely getting rid of expensive coupons. It was a catch twenty two though because pennies brought him into bring in...
Beats runs on Android and has a web based interface.
No Ally Bank %uD83D%uDE13 Some "supported" merchants have spotty implementation.
First, Ford gets it just fine. Sync is great and was ahead of its time. Myfordtouch stinks, and Ford got rid of it. Ford's approach is probably fine. It is supporting both iOS and android. It is also letting its own apps work. There is nothing wrong with that and it is smart not to give up total control to Apple or Android. You want your car to work with whatever phone you chose.
I don't know about the price, but Nokia has great data. Nokia gets some of it data from ups. It also has Navtec trucks driving around. The software implementation using the data stinks. Apple doesn't own its own mapping data, but relies on third parties to provide it. I could see Apple wanting to own the data.
No T-Mobile does not. I use my phone to power my computers Internet every day. No extra charge.
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