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It's a beautiful thing. No, not the phone. But the fact that MSFT is totally irrelevant in the mobile space. Add to that the fact that there are much better options for consumers than their lame offerings. Consumers are more than happy to turn their backs on MSFT after decades of being force-fed over-priced, buggy, bloated, counter-intuitive, third-rate products. Good riddance!
MSFT to Apple: "Mine's bigger than yours"
We need to start a national referendum - it's time to give East Texas back to its rightful owners.... Mexico.
[QUOTE=neiltc13;1979977]Quote: Originally Posted by FreeRange A perfect example of why Microsucks is such a joke and incapable of innovating. Building "third rate", buggy, bloated, over-priced products is their life. neiltc13 response: If you had actually used Microsoft's latest products (like Windows 7, Office 2010 and Windows Phone 7.5) you wouldn't be saying this. Quote: In the consumer space everything is going mobile, and in the business space web-based and...
A perfect example of why Microsucks is such a joke and incapable of innovating. Building "third rate", buggy, bloated, over-priced products is their life.
What an idiot! There are many bargains on cruise ships, just like any other type of vacation.
These "mine is bigger than your's" reports are getting ridiculous. First, is it sales or shipments? Second, Apple sold over 4 MILLION iPhone 4Gs' in the first weekend. No story here...
Come on guys. Let's not over think this! There is no question that Steve was a revolutionary, and led the company to develop revolutionary products. But he was also a guru in leading the company, and building and mentoring the team. Balmer on the other hand, monkey-boy. Spoiled little brat that throws temper tantrums with a slash and burn mentality.
You have to be joking. The marketplace has already told. Microsucks that no one wants their tablets. That's why they have been a huge failure even after being on the market for years. There is nothing to suggest that W8 versions will fare any better.
What nonsense. The marriage has been deemed no such thing as "a huge success" as it hasn't worked yet. Further, in the interim, because of the timing and the way they announced it, it severely hurt their existing business as people quit buying their immediately obsolete symbian phones. Also, try to get your facts right. Nokia does not "own" the smartphone market globally. The only success they have had recently, to keep their market share from totally collapsing, is in low...
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