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Excellent substance, but the overuse of "beleaguered" was distracting. Other options: waning, tired, besieged, plagued.
I just can't believe how bad Windows 8 is! Sure, like most I always thought it was probably a bad idea to mix tablet and laptop functionality, blah, blah, blah, but I had never actually tried to use it. That is, until my brother in-law bought his parents a Windows 8.1 laptop and my wife and I became their help desk.It's an unfinished product! It reminds me of Windows Mobile 6.5 - a thin coat of touch-sensitive paint on all the same old stuff. Drill down past the top...
In that world we would only be able to read bibles, and, ironically, watch porn.Seriously, though, we also wouldn't have seat belts or a single auto recall, non-propriety network protocols, or even train track rails that are a consistent width apart.
You guys making this point sound insane to me, but I guess I am in the minority. I thought small business was the backbone of the economy. I though small business created 70(?)% of all new jobs. I thought we wanted less people on government handouts. It reads like we don't like this because of who suggested it rather than basing it on the its merits. Here is something that costs nothing and provides benefit. It's not mandatory - just an idea.
Eh, probably! The show Veep reminds me of his campaign for President. Seemingly no foundation to belief system due to being a slave to public opinion.
I hope you don't mean anything like the dongle I used to need to plug standard headphones into my HTC something-or-other Windows Mobile phone.  In practice I just never had it with me when I wanted it.
Seriously, though I agree.  Neither product is for me, but why have Chromecast and Android TV???
Welcome, Microsoft, to 2011!  Hopefully Cortana won't have millions of people looking for the premiere of Terra Nova.
I am confused by Samsung's apparent surprise over Touch ID. Didn't we all figure out at least a year ago that Apple didn't buy Authentec for nothing, and deduce from rumors that the reader would be in the home button?
 Now you're just splitting hairs.  Can we all agree an iPhone is a much more capable device than an 80's calculator watch or even an 80's PC?
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