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That's because baking a cake is in no way a religious act. The baker injected religion into an otherwise secular transaction and used it to terminate the transaction.On the other hand, presiding over a wedding in a church is directly religious and a pastor's denying to marry a gay couple would be protected by the first amendment.
1. This is your most balanced and focused article ever. Congratulations! 2. You can claim security lapses are frequent and serious, but can you point to frequent and serious security breaches? I doubt you can because Google keeps Android surprisingly secure with its malware detection and removal tools built into Play Services. 3. How can you conflate Google's data collection with 3rd party data collection? They're completely unrelated. Google hasn't built in...
It only works with major apps. I think that Samsung has to build compatibility for each app because Android multi window support is in development still.
They have put split-screen multitasking on all of their flagship products since 2012, so there are hundreds of millions of Samsungs already on the market with this feature. That actually matters.
 What does that have to do with I/O compared to WWDC?
 There's no problem with that at all.  My initial post was meant to draw attention to the comical situation into which DED has once again placed himself after his article about Google bringing nothing new to Android.  M is mostly focused on stability and polish rather than new features just like iOS 9, but Google still managed to make major changes to the platform, some of which are just bringing feature parity (granular permissions) and some of which are genuine...
 No, just telling the truth.  I think this is a catch-up release.  There's nothing at all that's new.
I'm looking forward to this update.  There aren't any particular features I wanted to see added to OS X, so a focus on performance sounds perfect to me.
What a hilariously lackluster release after DED's article lambasting the comparatively major changes to Android revealed at I/O. Edit: The split-screen multitasking is a big change for iOS, and a much-needed feature. Unfortunately it's not big news in the mobile world since Samsung has done this since 2012.
 Even a broken clock is right twice a day.
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