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would you support microsoft buying facebook?   61 members have voted

  1. 1. would you support microsoft buying facebook?

  2. 2. do you think they would do a better job managing facebook?


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as the poll indicates.....

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What does Microsoft need with Facebook?

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Well, they couldn't possibly screw it up like news corp did with myspace? :)

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I don't know why they would. Also could they afford it? :laugh:

If for some weird reason they did. I wouldn't mind so long as they kept it separate and let it operate the way it is now.

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Renamed...

XboxBook.

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I would support it if MS swore to use military grade 7777 pass zeroing low level electromagnetic flame throwing super car crusher on the FB servers

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I'd rather they didn't. I think it's good to keep companies seperate for privacy reasons. Now if Microsoft were to change the privacy policy and improve it a substantial amount, then I would want them to buy it.

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MS already tried to buy Fb, and Fb refused. Why should they agree now?

Also the poll choices are a joke, just put "yes" or "no" as a choice, nothing more.

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As I'm thinking of switching to using Apple products, no :p I'd like much more integration of Facebook into Windows, Windows Phone, OS X, and iOS, and I don't think Microsoft buying Facebook would result in that; even if they kept it as a fully independent entity (like they have with Skype), I imagine they'd focus on integrating it best with their own products.

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I asked this becuase someone said that microsoft would fix a lot of the problems they had and windows phones would be even better and seemless... I was like WTF? so I posted here.

and why switch to apple though calum? are you ditching MS entirely for mac (selling your pc and using the money to get a mac) or keeping both?

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No. Microsoft would screw it up royality.

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Just put it this way - They bought Skype, and a year later that thing still sucks at life. Microsoft buying Facebook wouldn't change a thing. They have better ways to blow cash.

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I would be a very expensive purchase and would probably use up all of Microsoft's on hand cash.

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Just put it this way - They bought Skype, and a year later that thing still sucks at life. Microsoft buying Facebook wouldn't change a thing. They have better ways to blow cash.

Lol wut? Skype is awesome.

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try using skype with an actual usb phone on server 2008.... fun fun for everyone

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I asked this becuase someone said that microsoft would fix a lot of the problems they had and windows phones would be even better and seemless... I was like WTF? so I posted here.

You think they made Windows Phone in a day? MS tried to buy Fb before the WP release, when they were working on it and thinking about the integration inside the OS.

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I wouldnt. There are tons of other more valuable companies which microsoft can invest in or further develop their tech.

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