Please say that you are unaware of the following information:
"Yes, the Lumia unit still generates a loss over at Microsoft and the 'news' that Lumia set a record is only bogus Microbrain propaganda, as the Nokia smartphone unit has not RECOVERED yet even to the sad sales levels it had as recently as Q1 of 2012 (when Nokia sold 11.9 million smartphones) and the sad Lumia recovery is far far from Nokia's peak of 28.3 million in Q4 of 2010 when Nokia was more than twice the size of the iPhone, had 29% market share and was four times the size of Samsung, and reported Nokia record profits in its smartphone unit. Incidentially since Lumia was launched, it has not produced one quarter of a profit. And yes, one in three Lumia units that has shipped from the factory to the retail channel, has never been activated. So yeah. That is a dead OS right there, Windows. No wonder all handset makers and developers are bailing out from the OS. Even Sony's Vaio unit which was supposed to launch Windows smartphones alongslide the Vaio laptops that run on Windows, no, they are now launching on Android instead. This when Vaio is an independent company now, not part of Sony. They examined Windows - even as its 'synergies' with the Vaio laptops - and they will launch Android instead. But Lumia yes it finished outside the Top 10 for year 2014 with a market share of about 2.7% (down AGAIN, from the pitiful 3.1% it held a year ago). Microsoft taking over from the mess Elop created at Nokia did not revive the Lumia unit. It is dead."
If you knew about this and then created a misleading post to try to hide it then you are not to be trusted, ever.
Dim bulb honkie donkey redirects an exceedingly foul racist brain fart out through his key board! Imagines he has something to offer.
Being an ignorant blowhard can cross any political lines but he can't allow that idea to enter his mind as it will conflict with all his other closely held opinions and beliefs.
Fail: "many, many" is not a list.
Nor does it address any points in the post to which you are giving an unresponsive reply.
He said that users would still pay for operating systems, but Microsoft isn't charging for their operating systems on small devices that aren't free.
What happened there?
"Hooson, who initially tried to claim he had forgotten he had put the tablet in his bag and returned it when he realised, admitted theft at North Tyneside Magistrates' Court.
Lynne Russell, prosecuting, said the offence happened on November 11.
"He removed a computer tablet, valued at £50, which was in the window display," she said. "He put it in a carrier bag and left the shop.
"Eight days later, he returned to the same charity shop. He returned the stolen computer tablet. Because of CCTV, he was then identified by staff and arrested."
Ms Russell added: "He was taken to the police station. He admitted taking the item. He said he saw it in the window and thought it would be cheap or free, as it was in a charity shop, so took it."
"He took it and realised it didn't work without further equipment, so returned it to the shop."
You didn't at all accurately describe what happened. Was that on purpose or because you lacked understanding? will you ever do better?
Article title at Trend Micro:
"An Analysis of the “Destructive” Malware Behind FBI Warnings"
Article by Kaspersky analyst:
"Sony/Destover: Mystery North Korean Actor's Destructive and Past Network Activity"
"The chain of intermediary components leading to the destructive payload follows multiple stages (which have previously been described elsewhere), with capabilities set to run in several modes, just like Shamoon:
The sample is run on a 32-bit OS for the first time.
The sample is run on a 32-bit OS as a self-installed service, with one of several code paths.
The sample is run on a 64-bit OS as a self-installed service.
On a first run, it creates the 'Backup and Restore Management' Windows brmgmtsvc service, adds its own executable and sets a startup '-i' switch. It also drops several copies of itself and starts each of them with a different switch: -m, -d, and -w."
You aren't under-lying though.
Just as it was, and still is, with Windows Phone.
Is this another #1 at Amazon joke? Not humorous if so.
Lumia 800. 900. 1020. All number one at Amazon. No meaningful volume of sales to end users except the 800.
Nokia brand now deprecated at MSFT.
Number one at Amazon ...
Know any better jokes?
They use it to license Billux and Melindix: