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  • jeffreber44 jeffreber44 Oct 10, 2012 1:08 PM Flag

    NEW-More Win 8 release problems

    Good point. That is there goal. Apple has been doing it for years. It's funny that MS and Nokia are so late to this idea and are still struggling to get it done right. Go with the best and buy APPL makes more sense.

    To tell you the truth I am shorting APPL and NOK. There is to much competion and they will all get hammerd, but Nokia is laughable and wouldn't even touch it untill they prove something!

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    • i am using the Windows 8 system on an old PC. it appears to be final, bug free, and complete. i just wish i had a tablet to use the OS on, as it looks very promising for that platform.
      it shouldnt take too much to scale down the OS to fit the Phone platform. i see all the apps currently working with no bugs, and i do not expect any delays, nor a buggy release. sure, there will always be security patches, and service packs.

    • The only thing laughable are your own absurd comments! Nokia is already heavily discounted, and the price will go up after Q3 earnings are released. You're too late to arrive at the table, and the only scraps you'll be picking up are this:

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