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you left out Motorola .
thank you !

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i know someone , he had been using iPhone's literally since day one .
he recently came over to show me his new smart-phone .
this was his new phone Moto X - 2nd Generation .
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Android version 4.4.4
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Android version 5.0
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review video >>>
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmnHycYY5Fs
availability >>>
http://www.amazon.com/Motorola-Moto-Generation-Verizon-Wireless/dp/B00NO2WXM4/ref=sr_1_1?s=wireless&ie=UTF8&qid=1416992351&sr=1-1&keywords=moto+x+2nd&pebp=1416992378209
he explained that the available Android features .
and the build quality of Android phones had caught up with Apple .
and when you consider the price , then Apple no longer holds any advantages .
he demonstrated the voice command and it was flawless .
it responded to every one of his commands .
and the phone's voice sounded like a real person .
and did i mention ? his phone was unlocked and running a custom ROM .
to say the least he was very-very pleased .


i found this on BleepingComputer.com >>>
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/551640/i-think-i-have-the-trovi/
but it appears to be very complicated ?
Firefox got so bad for me. Not just this kind of problems but random errors on opening various websites. In the end I stopped using it altogether.
Using Chrome now and loving it.


yes , it would be nice if all browsers performed equally as well .
then our choice would be made solely from available options/apps .
thank you .

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So you are basically saying every ones experience different because of different hardware
So this entire thread is pointless Why are you even posting then? Just avoid my entire debate lol.
Hipsters will be hipsters enjoy your open source charity coded browser.
The fact that you say Firefox is in competition with internet explorer is mind boggling explorer hasn't been relevant for years.image


if i offended you , that wasn't my intention , i apologize .
when i came back to this thread , i saw those 5 deleted comments .
my first thought was that some Super-Mod had performed a clean-up .
but then i realized that you had removed your own comments .
and yes i agree with you that it can be difficult to keep any of these help threads relevant ?
not just this thread but any help thread .
it can be like pulling-teeth to get users to furnish enough information .
for any one to try and diagnose their problem .
the subject doesn't have to be Firefox .
it could be anything , like Vista .
i know users who have never had that first minute of trouble with Vista .
but that in no way means that many maybe most did have issues .
i was only describing , why it can be so difficult at times to resolve some issues .
thank you .

Reasons I use Firefox:
1. Add-ons. As was mentioned above, it's the most privacy friendly browser.
2. Control. It's my browser and I can do what I want with it - there is such a thing as a free lunch.
3. Trust. 1+2=3 :)
I'm a little concerned about Mozilla's decision to implement the HTML5 DRM features. However, I understand that it's an option to run the sandbox as a module and it won't be integrated in the base code of the browser. I guess Mozilla do have to compete with Internet Explorer and Chrome.


ok , your comment made me look for any kind of an HTML5 test .
and yes there is one >>>

https://html5test.com/index.html

and that test link also gives DRM results >>>

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Reasons I use Firefox:
1. Add-ons. As was mentioned above, it's the most privacy friendly browser.
2. Control. It's my browser and I can do what I want with it - there is such a thing as a free lunch.
3. Trust. 1+2=3 :)
I'm a little concerned about Mozilla's decision to implement the HTML5 DRM features. However, I understand that it's an option to run the sandbox as a module and it won't be integrated in the base code of the browser. I guess Mozilla do have to compete with Internet Explorer and Chrome.


in this article Mozilla explains why DRM must be a part of Firefox >>>
https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2014/05/14/drm-and-the-challenge-of-serving-users/

quote from that article >>>
We’ve contemplated not implementing the new iteration of DRM due to its flaws. But video is an important aspect of online life, and a browser that doesn’t enable video would itself be deeply flawed as a consumer product.
Firefox users would need to use another browser every time they want to watch a controlled video, and that calls into question the usefulness of Firefox as a product.


basically Mozilla/Firefox is saying that if DRM was left out of Firefox ?
most Firefox users would be forced to use another browser to watch protected content .

reading-between-the-lines , ... Firefox saw a greater loss of market share .
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