Google this: Windows Phone smartphones have gotten quite good, so why doesn’t anyone buy them? WSJ Personal Tech Columnist Joanna Stern tests the HTC One (M8) with Windows Phone 8.1 to find out. Photo/Video: Drew Evans/The Wall Street Journal.
MS has a powerful brand. Everyone knows it. Their brand is "unreliable" "unenjoyable" "expensive" and "criminal monopoly" -- very powerful brand indeed. They have no issue with establishing one.
No negatives except no one else uses one, fewer/crappier apps, made by the same company that has made PC users' lives miserable for 30 years, and a shaky mobile future at best. Yeah, no negatives.
Yes, Wally. Except for MacBooks, iMacs, Mac Pros, Chromebooks. And oh yeah, hardly anyone outside your trailer park buys desktops anymore, and no one outside Redmond ever bought a Surfish or WindowsPhone. Hmmm... looks pretty grim for the criminal one-time monopolist.
And yet, paid shill, no Surface has ever been spotted outside Redmond.
"Microsoft says" = guaranteed lie
They will toss those and get real iPads next year when the freebie desperation deal on the Zuneface runs out.
is that the strategy? Release the abysmal Windows 8, then trumpet "big sales" when version 10 is rammed down people's throats? What a despicable criminal low-quality company you shill for.
Better yet, delete all the MS garbage and start over. Do this for your whole life. Get a MacBook Pro, a computer that works, and forget MS monopoly garbageware forever. I know you MS employees hate to hear this, but truth hurts.
He always plays the "oh, I didn't know..." or "...just heard" card. Getting old. Tired old tactics.....
"professor of Constitutional law " False. Widely debunked. In fact, you probably knew that when you posted the lie.
Oh, I am sure he loves all this. The only job he ever held was professional agitator. We're agitated. Now he waits for a fed-up white person to respond in kind, and the narrative his press swings into high gear. It's pure Alinsky magic.