Microsoft Opposes Apple's App Store Trademark AttemptCommented on: 6 years ago
(January 12, 2011)
While I agree that the term App Store should be considered generic - I also feel that this type of frivolous lawsuit is a waste. I also hate the "dumbed down" use of the "word"...
Windows Everywhere? Wake Up, Microsoft! It's 2011!Commented on: 6 years ago
(January 11, 2011)
@Jones - Alrighty then...nice try at shifting the argument to one that shines a favorable light on you. Are you really stooping to the level of Infiniteloop? Really? I thought better of you.
As Expected, Verizon Gets the iPhone 4Commented on: 6 years ago
(January 11, 2011)
Congratulations, Verizon. Now it will get interesting in the AT&T vs Verizon marketing battle and the Android vs iPhone sales figures.
Ballmer Delivers Confident CES KeynoteCommented on: 6 years ago
(January 6, 2011)
@Weir - It is no stranger than Apple and its fans claiming that the iPad is the fastest-selling consumer electronics product of all time. That is a pretty broad category...and I would challenge it on...
Web Browsers Jockeying for Usage Share as 2011 DawnsCommented on: 6 years ago
(January 4, 2011)
I have been sitting back watching for a few weeks and see that the double standard that so many of you, including Paul, have is still strong. A perfect example is in Jones' statement:
WinInfo Short Takes, November 29, 2010Commented on: 6 years ago
(November 29, 2010)
@Oscar - Some of the Applications (I hate the term "apps"...have we dumbed down so much that we can't call the Applications?) written specifically for the 10 inch screen are actually quite...
WinInfo Short Takes: November 19, 2010Commented on: 6 years ago
(November 19, 2010)
I think what Paul is pointing out is that the blind Apple supporters would be and have been all over MS in similar situations. It's the blind MS supporters' turn. Me, I think it is best that the...
Microsoft Launches New Communications ServerCommented on: 6 years ago
(November 18, 2010)
This is an example of MS setting the standard and driving it forward in Enterprise systems. If you've never experienced the platform, you don't know what you are missing! Great stuff!
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