That's cool Faulkner, I'll have to check into that.... it sounds quite lucrative!
That's what I thought Denco, $3.99!!! Thanks for the charts Bro!!!
This ones for my brother, don't stay gone so long!!!
Peace out people!!!
Edit: One more thing, to the host, every time I refresh this site my antivirus alerts to a Trojan Horse that's being deleted. Don't know if you all are under attack like some other SIRI sites, but you may want to look into it. BUZZ, if your out there, you might want to investigate, I would hate for us to crash, especially now.
Very interesting keyword searches below (Sirius, Agero, HERE) and reading between the lines/trying to connect the dots.
Seems like Nokia L&C and HERE have been chummy with Agero and SiriusXM for at least the last year. SiriusXM is one of the few successful cross-OEM partners and Agero was quickly becoming the second. Looks like SiriusXM is the #1 by a long-shot now- perfect circumstances when they decide to build out some form of a global LTE platform.
America HERE recently had its "coming out campaign", wants to be the dominant in-dash center stack provider, and recently opened up to all OSs. SiriusXM was L&C's largest data distributor partner before. The L&C branding efforts and wanting to directly market capabilities beyond maps appeared to conflict with "partners and white labels" which made it an acquisition target or spin-off probability.
Could this be the real reason why Microsoft bought Nokia's devices division and Nokia left HERE alone? Maybe the white label technology is embedded already? It looks like Softy is already trying to exert its force by trying to nix some of Nokia's upcoming line-up despite not merging until Q1. Softy says its a redundant line-up but I'm skeptical.
Nokia's new line-up of devices are said to be coming out 22 Oct and one device is codenamed 'Sirius'. I have a hard time thinking that this is coincidence. I'm also still waiting on the "revolutionary web 2.0" that Mel Karmazin boasted about and this Christmas, in addition to T-3, would seem to be as good a time as ever.
From what Chrome says, it appears that someone on this site posted some links to malware-laden files and someone reported them. Don't click on any suspicious links and you're probably fine. A definite headache for Charles though to find the needle in a haystack.
Originally Posted by Redcloud
Looks like today is the day we break 4.
Tks for the heads up RC an Switch. My Kapersky did not show any issues on my side until after I did a computer reboot. After my reboot it notified me of a Trojan horse which I was able to delete with the software. What software do you use RC?
Yes, looks like today could be the day for TheDog...:thumbup:
We finally did it, guys. Congratulations to all!
Here's the current look on the triangle...:money:
EDIT: Same to you csl8 and all THELONGS..:cheers:
EDIT2: I wonder why my Kaspersky did not pick up the Trojan on my refreshes:mad:
Where's my man WOLF damnit!!.........Let's do this SH@#T!!