We can see DisposableTard started foaming at the mouth again. Oh yeah. Linux "dominates" so much it has a 1% usage share on the desktop, accounts for only half the server hardware revenue as Windows, and is virtually non-existent in mobile. (If Samsung's Tizen makes any inroads, we will be sure to take that into account. Until then, all Linux got is that ridiculous Ubuntu phone or something, and that is an unmitigated disaster! Android, of course, is an entirely different OS from Linux.)
Oh yeah, that's some "dominance", bum. What a "dominance"! ROFL!
Some people want to create masterpieces. This guy wants to copy someone else's painting.
God, what a clown Torvalds is!
Google engineers have trouble writing code to validate SSL certificates correctly. They are still learning how to compare signed integers with unsigned ones. ROFL!
This is true. Squat isn't won by open source.
It's hard to believe that Linux can become any more of a joke than it used to be, but Linux pulled off the seemingly impossible and turned into a bigger joke.
Google stock continues the downward spiral.
Things are not looking good for Google.
"Google patched both flaws, but in some cases, users have not updated their devices and, in others, the device vendor may not have made a patch available."
This is what life on Android is like. No patches for you! You shall be fecked by the numerous Android security holes, and you have only yourself to blame for using Android.
It's curious that hereticTard's assertions notwithstanding, one can't find confirmation for the fantastic figures ("lies") he posted.
It's par for the course for hereticTard.
Yeah, Apple is selling lots of phones. Tablet sales are down though. SP3 is aiming for a different market and is now very successful in that market. Enterprise and government uptake should seal the deal.
A couple of years back, there was talk of people using tablets in a BYOD coroporate scenario. Tablets from Apple & the Android tablets proved to be duds of unprecedented proportions, and the talk subsided. Now, SP3's success ensures any tablet migrations in companies will be to SP3. (There are other worthy competitors that came on the market recently, but they all run Windows.)
As for consumers, some people may not mind toys, so the mediocre tablets from Apple & Samsung continue to live on for a bit, though the tablet sales have leveled off.
Is true. Chromebook continues to enjoy an abysmally low web usage share - what they call "miniscule" over here in North America.
HereticTard lies in vain.
HereticTard lies profusely if he thinks it helps his 'cause'.
The Linux fecktards are long on stupid ideology & short on technical ability. In 22 years, the bums' OS managed to obtain a 1% usage share on the desktop. No wonder they can't stop laughing at Linux over in India.
Again, when the stock market is up, the Linux fecktards seem to busy themselves with some other activity. Or, is it because it's Thursday, and the sole Linux fecktard is due for his day-long electroshock therapy or something?
Wottard probably thinks Dell is "readying" the next batch of Ubuntu PCs for home users as we speak.
"Ubuntu for home users" is a dark phase in Dell history that it wants to forget in a hurry.
Reviews from users are uniformly positive. For example, Surface Pro 3 models have hundreds of ratings, and the average comes to 4.6 out of 5 stars.
SP3 started a quiet revolution. The Linux fecktards are in for a shock of their lives. (HereticTard will probably die from a heart attack! LOL!)
DisposableTard is flopping & flailing, but Yahoo keeps shutting the fecker down. LOL!
That reply was 'invalid', disposableTard. Try again. And again. And again. ROFL!
[ Currently, there is no patch for the bug, but Alert Logic reported the issue through RedHat and Bugzilla four months ago when it discovered the vulnerability. ]
There it is! Four months, and still no patch. God, what clowns Linux feckers are!
Torvalds will have no reason for existing if they cease to 'patch' Linux. So they keep patching.
Some of that patching involves introducing an untraceable lock-up bug, of course. ROFL!