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  • ossobucco2012 ossobucco2012 Apr 26, 2013 7:05 PM Flag

    Within 12 months, Widows 8 Tablets and Phones will be standard for Business customers...

    AND AAPL, Google and AMZN based devices will be for consumer use ONLY....

    Needless to say that Windows 8 Tablets and Phones will be adopted by the consumers also and that is where AAPL, Google and AMZN devices will have a chance to survive.



    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • hahahacreek Apr 27, 2013 12:40 AM Flag

      Windows 8 = Game Over !

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • I agree and you got that bizarre scrot hate Troll wonton all agitated,good job!

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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      • Folks like him have got no clue what is going on....

        Here is what I wrote before:

        "This was expected as CIOs want compatible OS in their organizations and if they are running Windows, Office and other MSFT products, they would want a Windows based Tablet and Phone for their employees as well and that they would do away with AAPL and Google OS and hardware/software as a result....

        IF they elect to buy Surface Pro or RT and coming soon Surface 7, that would be great, if not as a minimum they would be buying Windows 8 OS which is a good thing....

        SO I expect AAPL and Google based Tablets take a hit as Windows based Tablets will be the king of the road/mobility....

        And that accounts for over staggering "80%" of the companies worldwide....

        The numbers will be astronomical for Windows Tablets and Phones thus killing our competitors....

        NOW you see why they are so afraid of Windows 8 and want MSFT to abandon it!

        What a joke".



        Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • More schoolgirl hysteria, as if you were swooning over the latest teenage heart-throb. I'd say wait a year and see how right you are, but you won't be here that long, not under the same alias anyway. Microsoft *probably* will still be around by then, but we can't be as sure of that as we once were.

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