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Apr 16 2013

Windows 8 continues to push the irrelevance of a Microsoft Operating System


Back in May of 2011, I wrote a post about Windows 8 and that people shouldn’t buy it. The discussions over Windows 8 are highly mixed and there’s a group of people that love Windows 8 there’s a group of people that absolutely despise Windows 8. That demographic of people can be separated into those …

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Jun 01 2010

The Break-up: Google Dumps Microsoft


In a stunning move by Google this week, they’ve decided to replace Microsoft as the primary Operating System for the company. Almost on cue with another story I recently posted, but Microsoft losing it’s influence in the market; Google is on a mission to drive Microsoft in to the proverbial ground. And what better way …

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May 01 2010

The Bad Apple, Android Grows , Nokia – oh my.


Here’s some random stuff from the week. Stuff I thought was really fascinating. Apple is still hitting, and stepping high through, the PR nightmare they’ve created. Right or incorrect, this is bad for them. Smartphones are just continuing to astound in size and abilities. And with everything they can do; I don’t know why they’re …

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Apr 30 2010

Is Apple Locking Itself Out Of The Market?


I find myself asking questions about the actions and thought processes of Apple lately… I’ve to wonder with some of the decisions that Apple is making right now; are they doing the right thing? Are they playing a hard right stance to attempt to push technology the way THEY think the future should be? And …

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Oct 23 2009

Question to Microsoft: Why must you have so many versions?

One of the biggest questions I’ve had for a while now is, why does Microsoft have so many darn versions of their Operating System? From a tech support standpoint, it’s a nightmare. Just from my experience, when I’ve asked people which Operating System their using [knowing they’re using Windows] I’ve had people tell me Microsoft …

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