Microsoft Finally Starts Discussing Windows RT DevicesCommented on: 2 years ago
(August 13, 2012)
That at least starts to give us some information about the likely advantages of these products, and why you'd choose them over x86 (although, many of these were advantages of the ARM platform...
Microsoft Posts Record Quarterly RevenuesCommented on: 2 years ago
(July 20, 2012)
Wow, you guys are all so insightful.
Paul gets it bang on by pointing out the blindingly obvious - that Microsoft would have made a profit of $6n if they hadn't had the write down, and all you...
WinInfo Short Takes: July 7, 2012Commented on: 2 years ago
(July 6, 2012)
This is one where I /will/ criticise.
SBS is a popular product for small businesses. The cloud is only going to be the answer for some businesses - not all.
Hosted, SaaS products like Office 365,...
Microsoft Figures Out How to Sell Windows 8 to UpgradersCommented on: 2 years ago
(July 6, 2012)
That being the case, then Microsoft are already making bold changes. Windows 8 is a big risk, and one that is clearly resulting from major creative freedom given to Steven Sinofsky....
HP Chooses Windows 8 Over Windows RT … For NowCommented on: 2 years ago
(July 4, 2012)
Those questions are fairly easy to answer. WIth Apple's approach, software ('apps') are largely silo'd. You can do stuff with them, but the software is extremely...
Microsoft to Take On the iPad with Surface TabletCommented on: 2 years ago
(June 20, 2012)
I'm rather of the opinion that this is simply a 'Reference Design' product. And whilst there are plenty of people here claiming it isn't 'innovative', it's also not...
WinInfo Short Takes: Week of July 26, 2010Commented on: 4 years ago
(July 23, 2010)
Loving the irony of us being told not to choose the iPhone 4, when Paul hasn't actually tested it, but is suggesting that an unproven handset that hasn't even been released yet, is a stronger...
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