this is standard troll-perception. the truth becomes incorrect if it is uttered by the opposition. (-;
sort of like a butler. (-;
only instead of a gentleman's gentleman he is a loser's loser.
that's why nobody cares about your weak excuse about "the burden of entry into a market"; it's an irrelevancy tossed out to cover up the failure of their software for phones. nokia had 96% of the msft phone market and lost $15 billion on it. wm 5/6 sold way better.
once nokia went android in order to stop losing money msft had to buy the handset division. they haven't made, and won't make, any money on it. they are now forced to offer their software on other platforms because of that.
it's just your usual spew. and, as usual, you are the only one swallowing it. (-;
everyone else knows those aren't really 'yachts'. X-D
who forced them to make mice, keyboards and web cams? were there no hardware vendors making those to run on their o.s.?
here is what sounds great to me:
"Samsung promises more bloatware, but now you can delete it"
"Samsung and Microsoft announced the companies are expanding their partnership to include extra Microsoft features on the Android maker's devices, but now users can do something new with their devices, delete stuff."
and that solid e-mail app was written by someone else, acompli, and renamed 'outlook' after msft bought it. X-D
of course i'm right. (-;
which, of course means that you failed because, as you said, w10 is not there so it -can't- mean that he didn't bust it as you said.
the dithering about version is just a silly, even picayune, waste of time; it clearly says "Windows" and doesn't grant any version-exception(s).
you aren't normally this gracious about your errors.
it's not in there, brucie. you must have dreamed that while digging up fresh corpses. ~~~~~~~~~~~o^x)+
from last week (the 13th)
"Finland starting to build its first 5G test network"
"The idea is to trial different 5G concepts so we can gain the best possible understanding of their performance already before the [5G] standard is set," Kyösti Rautiola, research team leader at VTT, told ZDNet. "But the test network is also an application platform for building new early stage applications and to gain better understanding of the real-world benefits of 5G."
"The network will consist of two parts: public and private.
The public network is an open test environment available to third parties. It will cover parts of the University of Oulu campus and also be offered to its circa 20,000-strong student body for real world results. The restricted private network, located inside VTT's premises, will be used by industrial partners."
so what you are feeling is probably just an artery.
you were always puke. at least now you admit it even if you blame it on someone else. (-;
shows what you know.
and why aren't you embarrassed about that?
or any of the other nonsense you spout?
i see a pattern here ... (-;
what they don't say is that if spartan is i.e. 12 then how will there be both a spartan and an ie. in enterprise versions of w10?
(only fat_zo asserts that. (-;)
"People Who Use Firefox or Chrome Are Better Employees"
"Cornerstone OnDemand, a company that sells software that helps employers recruit and retain workers, analyzed data on about 50,000 people who took its 45-minute online job assessment (which is like a thorough personality test) and then were successfully hired at a firm using its software. These candidates ended up working customer-service and sales jobs for companies in industries such as telecommunications, retail, and hospitality.
Cornerstone’s researchers found that people who took the test on a non-default browser, such as Firefox or Chrome, ended up staying at their jobs about 15 percent longer than those who stuck with Safari or Internet Explorer. They performed better on the job as well. (These statistics were roughly the same for both Mac and PC users.)"
they also say:
"Complex, Legacy Code Creates Security Headaches for Microsoft Users"
"Some of the biggest hacking episodes of the last few years, from Target Corp.TGT +0.67% to Home Depot Inc.HD -0.79%, share a common thread. Microsoft Corp.MSFT +0.32% platforms were involved at some level."
"The weakness is the set of Windows application program interfaces, or APIs."
"Microsoft can’t end the use of those older APIs without cutting off support for users of older software programs, which it is loath to do. Instead, the company issues one software patch after another, fixing bugs and vulnerabilities as they arise. CIOs have learned to live with the endless updates, the price they pay for continued support for a massive base of Microsoft software."
it's easier to learn to live without them tho ...
whenever the stores open. or now, if they order online.
this excludes new p.c.s that were available the past, which is also a correct answer.
are they still covering today? (-;
actually it's a bath tub. and for all the poop there is no cat ...
spoken like a vaca vero. (-;
"Apple dodges $100M lawsuit over alleged infringement of wireless tech patents"
"A U.S. federal court jury on Monday found Apple not to have infringed on wireless technology patents asserted by Canadian licensing firm Conversant Technologies, which sought damages totaling $100 million for the alleged misuse."
"The case dates back to 2012, when Conversant subsidiary Core Wireless Licensing filed suit against Apple with the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, known to be a plaintiff friendly jurisdiction, reports Reuters.
Luxembourg-based Core Wireless, operating out of an office in Texas, initially asserted 14 patents covering wireless data transmission technology, all of which came from a cache of 2,000 granted and filed inventions originally assigned to Nokia. Conversant took control of Core's IP hoard when it purchased the non practicing entity in 2011.
Following a number of case paring motions, Core whittled its case down to five patents-in-suit, seeking $100 million in damages."
"When Conversant bought Core, Microsoft held licensing rights to the Nokia patents, and court documents show the NPE agreed to pay two-thirds of revenue from licensing and litigation to the tech firms. A Microsoft spokesperson could not confirm that deal to still be in effect, the report said.
Aside from finding Apple not to have infringed on Core's patent holdings, the jury denied Apple's claim that Core breached fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) licensing terms for its deemed-essential patents."
update -- cyanogen now looking for $110 mio., msft opts out, may ask to be added to platform. (-;
"Cyanogen Said to Raise $110 Million Round Without Microsoft"
" (Bloomberg) -- Cyanogen Inc. is close to an agreement on a new $110 million round of financing, people with knowledge of the matter said, as the startup seeks to get its version of Android software into more smartphones.
PremjiInvest, the investment vehicle of Wipro Ltd. Chairman Azim Premji, will be among the investors in the new funding, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the news isn’t public. Microsoft Corp. decided not to invest after negotiations, although it may still be interested in a commercial deal to get its software onto Cyanogen’s mobile operating system, one person said."
you don't need bridges in the desert!
if you come to a canyon you can just jump into it because there is no water. try it; we'll like it! X-D