Petition to SONY, Google, Inc
Android Wear 2.0 on Sony SW3
The Sony Smartwatch 3 is an amazing smartwatch with incredible potential. Despite its age, it is still comparable to new watches and is still quite remarkable; however, it is clear Sony doesn't believe so. Despite its release date of October 2014, the devices specifications are up to par with today's Smartwatch standards. It has a Snapdragon 400 equivalent processor, 512 Mb of RAM, and it has NFC capabilities, which can be used with one of Android Wear's newest capabilities: Android Pay. Devices such as the Asus Zenwatch 2 and the Moto 360 2nd Generation have identical specifications; yet, the Sony Smartwatch 3 seems to be the one left out of the game. In some cases, the SW3 outshines the others with its GPS, WiFi, NFC, and IP68 capabilities. Sony made an outstanding watch and I hate to see how companies give up on devices after two years. While other devices may get slow and sluggish, the SW3 is still snappy, responsive, and can last me almost 2 full days of battery life running Marshmallow 6.0.1 on Android Wear 1.5. A forum has been made on XDA Developers (here) where people have also been voicing their opinion and I highly suggest you take a look at that too. So, to Sony, please don't give up on the Smartwatch 3. It's an amazing device and even if a new iteration of the device is announced, this one is still outstanding and should be treated as such. Give the Smartwatch 3 Android Wear 2.0.
Petition to Apple
Change the iOS emoji Snake back to its original form
On December 13, 2016, Apple released iOS 10.2, an update to the operating system which brought, among other new features, brand new iOS Emojis (hereinafter referred to simply as "emojis") as well as updated versions of those available on previous iOS versions. Many of the emojis that received cosmetic updates in this update were altered by adding more certain elements, such as shading, to create a 3-D effect while still maintaining the original essence. However one particular emoji suffered an entirely unnecessary overhaul: the emoji Snake, an emoji which has been with us since the beginning. The form of the Snake has shifted from cute and lovable minimalism to well-designed but ultimately unapproachable and cold realism. The Snake was changed in a way that strips it of its former personality, rendering it completely unrecognizable to its fans. To us this feels like Disney World wiping Mickey Mouse's likeness from the park and replacing him with images of an unfamiliar, anatomically realistic mouse. We, the undersigned, applaud Apple for their efforts to bring us new, exciting and diverse emoji sets. However, we feel that the Snake should be reverted back to its iOS 10.1 likeness in a way that adheres to the current design standards while still maintaining the appearance of the Snake we once knew and loved.