WinInfo Short Takes, September 14, 2012Commented on: 4 years ago
(September 14, 2012)
There is nothing that can be done that will work. Windows is broken. It has been for a very long time. Wrapping it up in a fancy wrapper changes nothing. The only option is a ground up rewrite of...
WinInfo Short Takes, August 10, 2012Commented on: 4 years ago
(August 10, 2012)
Interesting how Lenovo didn't announce pricing for their tablet. I guess I'm not really surprised. Something tells me they will wait until Microsoft has announced pricing for their...
WinInfo Short Takes, July 20, 2012Commented on: 4 years ago
(July 20, 2012)
Do you really believe tech blogs tried to discredit Windows phone? And honestly I think tech blogs would have been doing their audience a disservice if they didn't report that it wasn't...
Nokia Posts $1 Billion Loss but Lumia Sales StrongCommented on: 4 years ago
(July 19, 2012)
Kind of surprised you didn't mention that they only moved 600,000 handsets in the USA. Given that the thing is only 49 bucks it will be interesting to see how many they sell next quarter.
Microsoft Delivers Office 2013 Public PreviewCommented on: 4 years ago
(July 16, 2012)
I initially thought this announcement was going to have something to do with Nokia, after all the Lumia 900's price was chopped in half to $49.99 today. Instead we get yet another version of...
PC Sales Flat as Market Waits for Windows 8Commented on: 4 years ago
(July 12, 2012)
A point of concern with your title. It is conjecture, not fact. You have no data whatsoever that people are waiting for Windows 8 to ship. I would suggest most people who buy PC's have no idea...
Microsoft RisingCommented on: 4 years ago
(June 25, 2012)
"The most exciting company in tech, hands down? I think the case can be made, yes."
Let's reexamine what happened last week:
1) Microsoft alienated and angered their entire Windows...
Microsoft Announces Windows Phone 8Commented on: 4 years ago
(June 21, 2012)
What a slap in the face for people who rushed out and bought the Lumia on Easter weekend. I guess, like the <sarcasm> iPhone lemmings </sarcasm>, the handful of users will again rush out...
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