open source is just as far behind the leader today as it was 25 years ago. If it is used in supercomputers- its mostly by accident because the real OS code is involved in activating the advanced processing capabilities of the supercomputer and no 'sux has that capability without major major modification
MSFT shares up 80% over past 12 mos
HPQ shares up 30% over past 12 mos
INTC shares up from 25 to 33 over past 12 mos
looks like you haters and bashers can always cite some example like MSFT down 3% over past hour and half
since the haters and bashers only know stooopid
apparently I can read and you don't want to read -- and its all part of your wanting to be a RWNJ sucksas
Is that the same Democrat Party that gave you Womens Suffrage, Social Security, Medicare, Labor Union rights, Obama Care, Voting rights and Civil Rights in 1964-5 etc etc--- in the face of drop dead resistance from the Republican party??
did you wear your cleanest sheet to George Wallace funeral? didn't think so
Obama a Marxist?? he is no more a Marxist than I am- or the entire Democrat party membership--fecies you are sick--sick with hate--why blame successful people for your lifetime of failure--you still get your welfare check and tho you bash Marxism-- never forget that the loudest basher often is guilty of the very thing that he is bashing
my suggestion for you is avoid all attempts to vaccinate yourself-- if measles or polio or mumps or diphtheria etc etc etc doesn't get get you with a possible fatal case I will be supprised
Why all the fuss-- everybody knows that Fox News went to court with a Florida Appeals court and got permission to lie on the news all they want--- cant we be fair about this
The attorneys for Fox,
media baron Rupert Murdoch, argued the First Amendment gives broadcasters the right to lie or deliberately distort news reports on the public airwaves.
In its six-page written decision,
the Court of Appeals
held that the
Federal Communications Commission position against
not a promulgated law, rule, or regulation.
Fox aired a report after the ruling saying it was "totally vindicated" by the verdict.
Only a few weeks after Samsung revealed it's preinstalling Microsoft's apps on the upcoming Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, the two companies are getting even closer. Microsoft just announced that Samsung will also be bundling its Office apps, Skype, and OneDrive on select Android tablets sometime in the first half of the year. And when it comes to tablets Samsung sells to businesses, the Microsoft apps will also work together with its Knox security offering, which makes devices more secure and lets you switch between personal and professional profiles. That's what you call synergy, folks. Microsoft's been struggling to make a dent in the mobile market with Windows Phone, so it makes sense for it to team up with the biggest player on the largest mobile platform to promote its services. And of course, the integration with Microsoft's apps -- especially Office -- makes Samsung's wares a worthier option for businesses.
"Great things happen when you converge services and devices," Peggy Johnson, Microsoft executive video president of business development, said in a statement. "Our partnership with Samsung is emblematic of our efforts to bring the best of Microsoft's productivity services to everyone, on every device, so people can be productive wherever, however and whenever they want."
Microsoft's also delivered some solid Office apps for iOS, including one of the best email apps on Apple's platform with the new Outlook. At this point, its new mobile plan seems pretty simple: Bring its offerings to as many platforms as possible in the hopes of bringing more people to its ecosystem. That may be disappointing to Windows Phone fans, but it's a smart move for Microsoft, which has more to gain by building up its cloud platform than trying to catch up in mobile.
FoxNewspeak went to one of your Florida courts and got permission to lie when reporting the news--- so what are you bellyaching about hawturd????
Business Insider Microsoft's new Outlook app is really good.
Microsoft released a new version of its Outlook email app for iPhone Thursday.
Holy moly is it good.
It's based on another email app called Accompli, which Microsoft bought a few months ago.
I downloaded the new Outlook to my iPhone shortly after it hit the App Store. In a telling move of a new, more open Microsoft, the app works with most major email services, including Gmail, which I use for both work and personal.
It only took me five minutes to decide to switch to Outlook and delete the Gmail app from my phone. (Gmail has been giving me a lot of trouble lately. Messages don't always load, even when I get a notification that a new email has arrived. Annoying!)
Here's what I like about the new Outlook app:
• It syncs perfectly with Gmail.
• You can sync it to your Google Drive, Dropbox, and Microsoft OneDrive file storage services, which makes emailing files a lot easier.
• It also syncs with Google Calendar, so you don't need to open a separate app to get a look at your schedule.
• The "People" tab makes it really easy to get in touch with the people you email the most.
• You can quickly archive or delete messages with a swipe.
I'm sure there's more, but after briefly noodling around with Outlook, I could already tell Microsoft released a winner. You can download Outlook here.
Chromebooks?? when surface 2 and 3 clones are available for the same price??? Bozo you are clearly crazy
use bing or google or whatever to inquire on the internet and you cant find one refutation of this evil fact. Just what kind of liar are you Fred? Let us know
you are the joke doosh-- in fact I bet you could still make a living as a comedian supporting opensores--- why not see if you can get a contract with Hollywood or something--- oh - you would have to give up those awful habits you have