The feed back from consumers reveal it all
they hate this win 8 with touch interface
how will it succeed in smart phones?lol
that baldy scam $ss should be fired along the entire board of directors at msft and replace it asap
even email is a disaster: mean outlook
gmail is number one email on planet earth
singhlion are you a Microsoft board liar? Dont you know lying is a sin- guess what your fate will be if the Evangelicals and fundamentalists find out aboout your lies- they will be reserving a place for you in the lower regions with Beelzibub
I notice you're the same guy (well anyway the same alias) who replied to me according to the same MO. I.e. you pretend to refute or deny something without actually doing so. That gives you plausible deniability, I guess. If anyone challenges you, you can simply deny having said anything, and that will be true, you didn't say anything.
"The feed back from consumers reveal it all"
Reveals. there is one feed back, right? What do you think of it yourself? I was thinking about getting it.
Gmail is cumbersome. AOL web mail is better than gmail, seriously.
I use to use Skype long time ago
Than Google offered free unlimited calling USA/CANADA.
dumped skype and so happy with Gmail and Gvoice and now Google+ free video conferencing worldwide too
Free Office vs Microsoft office
MSFT management so $ucked that can not make dent in music/video/smart phone OS
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Mobile devices, operating systems, attention and apps are exploding in a way that is unlike anything the computing world has ever seen. In the consumer world, these trends are already wreaking havoc. But what does the meteoric rise of mobile mean for the enterprise world? It can be summarized in one word: Deconstruction. Enterprise systems have evolved over the course of decades. One can only imagine the complexity of some of the older enterprise systems. With less real estate and often less bandwidth to work with, mobile tends not to reward feature complexity. Meaning, systems that were once defined (and valued) by their features and complexity, will soon need to become the opposite; suites of lightweight, mobile first apps that work together to accomplish the task at hand. So perhaps the only question that remains is this: Who will be the Deconstructors?
Sentiment: Strong Sell